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  • DN Galan M-800

    World Record: Wilson Kipketer, Danmark, 1.41,11.
    2006 World Leader: Amine Laalou, Marocko, 1.43,25.
    Stadium Record: Wilson Kipketer, Danmark, 1.41,73.

    Start List:
    • 331 CHEHIBI, Mohcine 78 MAR 1:44.16[/*:m:xr66iy35]
    • 358 MILKEVICS, Dmitrijs 81 LAT 1:43.67[/*:m:xr66iy35]
    • 354 LAALOU, Amine 82 MAR 1:43.25[/*:m:xr66iy35]
    • 381 KIVUNA, Jackson 89 KEN 1:45.8A[/*:m:xr66iy35]
    • 341 KOECH, Justus KEN[/*:m:xr66iy35]
    • 363 ROBINSON, Khadevis 76 USA 1:43.86[/*:m:xr66iy35]
    • 376 BORZAKOVSKIY, Yuriy 81 RUS 1:42.47[/*:m:xr66iy35]
    • 370 CLAESSON, Mattias 86 SWE Hässelby SK 1:46.46[/*:m:xr66iy35]
    • 335 MUTUA, Joseph 78 KEN 1:44.04[/*:m:xr66iy35]
    • 347 KAMEL, Saad Youssef 83 BRN 1:43.11[/*:m:xr66iy35]

  • #2
    Top performances all-time at DN-galan
    800m
    • 1:41.73 Wilson Kipketer DEN 1 1997
      1:43.75 Patrick Konchellah KEN 2 1997
      1:43.84 Johnny Gray USA 1 1986
      1:43.91 Rick Wohlhuter USA 1 1974
      1:44.09 Paul Ereng KEN 1 1989
      1:44.17 Sebastian Coe GBR 2 1986
      1:44.24 Vebjørn Rodal NOR 3 1997
      1:44.32 Sammy Kibet Langat KEN 1 1996
      1:44.41 Tom McKean GBR 1 1991
      1:44.50 Saad Youssef Kamel BRN 1 2006
      1:44.52 Mark Everett USA 2 1991

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    • #3
      50,87 at the bell. Borzakovskiy 2:nd-to-last; Claesson last.

      Borzakovskiy another dumb race. 1.44,51 for winner Kamel. Robinson 2:nd.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by EPelle
        50,87 at the bell. Borzakovskiy 2:nd-to-last; Claesson last.

        Borzakovskiy another dumb race. 1.44,51 for winner Kamel. Robinson 2:nd.
        I'll say it yet again: I had high hopes for Borza a few years ago, but I've given up on him entirely. He's simply too lazy for my taste...

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        • #5
          1.44,64 for K. Robinson.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by kuha
            I'll say it yet again: I had high hopes for Borza a few years ago, but I've given up on him entirely. He's simply too lazy for my taste...
            I don't know if it's lazy or crazy. His strategy sometimes works, and when it does, he can produce very exciting victories. But sometimes, it seems he just finds himself too far off the pace and never recovers from it. I actually enjoy watching races he's in. They're never dull because you never know when or if he's going to make that amazing move.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by tandfman
              Originally posted by kuha
              I'll say it yet again: I had high hopes for Borza a few years ago, but I've given up on him entirely. He's simply too lazy for my taste...
              I don't know if it's lazy or crazy. His strategy sometimes works, and when it does, he can produce very exciting victories. But sometimes, it seems he just finds himself too far off the pace and never recovers from it. I actually enjoy watching races he's in. They're never dull because you never know when or if he's going to make that amazing move.
              I would have agreed with all this a couple years ago. Not now.

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              • #8
                KD apparently 3rd.

                1 Kamel Youssef Saad BRN 1:44.50 20
                2 Laalou Amine MAR 1:44.64 16
                3 Robinson Khadevis USA 1:44.86 14
                4 Borzakovskiy Yuriy RUS 1:45.19 12
                5 Madi Nabil ALG 1:45.57 10
                6 Chehibi Mouhssin MAR 1:46.30 8
                7 Krummenacker David USA 1:46.66 6
                8 Koech Justus KEN 1:47.01 4
                9 Ellis Sam GBR 1:47.44
                10 Claesson Mattias SWE 1:48.75

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                • #9
                  Claesson made the mistake of following Borzakovskiy - and not the field.

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                  • #10
                    I don't have his season record in front of me, but Robinson now has a consistent string of very good performances. Very encouraging.

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