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  • ¶ '22 WC w5000—Gudaf Tsegay (Ethiopia) 14:46.29

    T&FN formchart



    1. Sifan Hassan (Netherlands)

    2. Letesenbet Gidey (Ethiopia)

    3. Ejgayehu Taye (Ethiopia)

    4. Dawit Seyaum (Ethiopia)

    5. Margaret Kipkemboi (Kenya)

    6. Beatrice Chebet (Kenya)

    7. Karissa Schweizer (USA)

    8. Elise Cranny (USA)

    9. Karoline Grøvdal (Norway)

    10. Rahel Daniel (Eritrea)

  • #2
    Based on the heats sheet, Taye has been replaced by Tsegay.

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    • #3
      Semenya looks so heavy and laboured in a 5k.

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      • #4
        Poor Hironaka is going to be swallowed up.

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        • #5
          Also 5 time qualifiers is just ridiculous.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Juicy News View Post
            Also 5 time qualifiers is just ridiculous.
            It encourages fast heats (while also allowing for variance in the quality fo the two heats'fields), so what's the problem?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Vault-emort View Post
              Semenya looks so heavy and laboured in a 5k.
              Don't hear anyone complaining about her...now.
              I'm the best poster. Just ask me.

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              • #8
                Infeld may make it if Galvan continues to fade.
                I'm the best poster. Just ask me.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by AS View Post

                  It encourages fast heats (while also allowing for variance in the quality fo the two heats'fields), so what's the problem?
                  It benefits the second heats too much. Championship is about racing, we should have minimum time qualifiers.

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                  • #10
                    It has been said before, but it bears repeating. Giving the speed in km/hr during the race is totally useless.

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                    • #11
                      T&FN formchart


                      1. Sifan Hassan (Netherlands)

                      2. Letesenbet Gidey (Ethiopia)

                      4. Dawit Seyaum (Ethiopia)

                      5. Margaret Kipkemboi (Kenya)

                      6. Beatrice Chebet (Kenya)

                      7. Karissa Schweizer (USA)

                      8. Elise Cranny (USA)

                      9. Karoline Grøvdal (Norway)

                      Did Not Advance to FINAL:

                      -3. Ejgayehu Taye (Ethiopia)--dnc (replaced by Gudaf Tsegay, who did advance)

                      -10. Rahel Daniel (Eritrea)

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                      • #12
                        Infeld in. haha
                        I'm the best poster. Just ask me.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Juicy News View Post
                          It benefits the second heats too much. Championship is about racing, we should have minimum time qualifiers.
                          The athletes DO KNOW if they are in the first heat. They just need to run as fast as possible.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by AS View Post

                            The athletes DO KNOW if they are in the first heat. They just need to run as fast as possible.
                            Of course they KNOW they are in the first heats. But the second group will always have an advantage, even if you choose not to believe it.

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                            • #15
                              I agree with what England said in the commentary. EVERY middle distance runner in EVERY meet will think they are in the toughest heat.

                              It's always easier in the final heat as long as you or you or you (but not me) set the pace.

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