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  • #46
    mHT
    Nowicki 81.43 !
    Kokhan 77.80
    Frantzeskakis (Gre) 77.19
    Donnelly (USA) 75.27

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    • #47
      Originally posted by DentyCracker View Post
      WA just got a stay of execution on the M and M problem. Please use the added time to sort this out Mr. Coe
      M and M may be out for a bit but Seyni is still in the picture.

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      • #48
        And Niyonsaba

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        • #49
          Originally posted by clementina View Post

          10.67 not out of the ordinary ??
          Silly comment on a race so early in the season. After all she had altitude but not the great 1.9 m.winds which we see every year in States
          I think we need to adjust our perception of early season. World's is early so everyone is adjusting as we seen pretty much across the board

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          • #50
            Originally posted by Atticus View Post
            mHT
            Nowicki 81.43 !
            Kokhan 77.80
            Frantzeskakis (Gre) 77.19
            Donnelly (USA) 75.27
            Nowicki had 3 other 80+ throws in his series!!
            BTW, that 81.43 is 267-2 in English!!
            LOL

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            • #51
              Wanyonyi's win bodes well, following up his WJr win last year.

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              • #52
                Originally posted by aaronk View Post
                Nowicki had 3 other 80+ throws in his series!!
                BTW, that 81.43 is 267-2 in English!!LOL
                Hell has frozen over! I am actually more comfortable in Meters now!!!

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by aaronk View Post
                  Does the -0.4 wind offset the altitude, making Shelly's 10.67 exactly a 10.67??
                  10.71
                  There are no strings on me

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                  • #54
                    w1500 winner Kejelcha (4:01 !) was Welteji (3:58) last year.

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                    • #55
                      SAFP interview is a delight. Her Jamaican accent and the interviewer's Kenyan accent are marvelous. The commentators' 'received British' is banal compared to these two.

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                      • #56
                        Kerley sure didn't look like he was pushing the middle. Great win for the home guy!

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by Atticus View Post
                          Wanyonyi's win bodes well, following up his WJr win last year.
                          7th F Rotich 1:47.98 . . . que?

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                          • #58
                            +2.0 m/s
                            RANK LANE BIB NAME NOC R.TIME RESULTS
                            1 4 4 Ferdinand OMANYALA
                            KEN
                            9.85
                            2 5 6 Fred KERLEY
                            USA
                            9.92
                            3 7 5 Isiah YOUNG
                            USA
                            10.13
                            4 8 3 Hendricho BRUINTJIES
                            RSA
                            10.13
                            5 2 1 Emmanuel MATADI
                            LBR
                            10.14
                            6 6 7 Kenny BEDNAREK
                            USA
                            10.15
                            7 3 8 Filippo TORTU
                            ITA
                            10.24
                            8 1 2 Mike RODGERS
                            USA
                            10.37

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                            • #59
                              What happened to Jacobs?

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                              • #60
                                Kenyan beats American in event (a long way) under 800m

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