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    lapsus
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    I'm toying with picking Gevaert. It could backfire and she could finish 8th in a "farewell race", though.

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  • croflash
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    Kiprop has been very consistent this season, even if he doesn't win he should at least be able to crack the Top 3 again. Same goes for DKK as long as it's not a championship race.

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  • mump boy
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    Originally posted by lapsus
    Originally posted by mump boy
    Originally posted by lapsus
    Well, Sihine is almost as good as Bekele so he has to be the favourite. And I don't see anyone better than Kipchoge entered in the 5000 meters. For 1500 meters and 800 meters, who knows? I see that Kamel and Kiprop are back to their "better" distances, so maybe there could be a repeat of Lausanne winners there? Although Kamel never seems to win at 800 meters, just run fast times every now and then.

    But don't listen to me, I've shown great aptitude in this contest for picking athletes on their bad day.
    i have no idea who the people you mention are ops: they all blur into one for me.

    thankyou i may bow to your greater knowledge
    Thinking a bit more, I actually think Kipchirchir Komen and Kirwa Yego would be pretty good picks too - after all, both finished strong in Lausanne. But there are at least 4 people in 800 with good chance of winning - Bungei, Kamel, Chepkirwok and Kirwa Yego. For 1500 just about any of the Kenyans could do it - just pick one who's not pacing the race :wink:

    The middle distance races have been been very exciting and interesting this season - it's just hell on predictions :P
    i don't really want to choose any of them but i'm running out of options :-( there is no point picking women sprinters as they seem to make it up as they go along. has anyone won 2 races in a row this year ?? otherwise i;m guessing for 2-3-4. i might go with

    shihine
    kipchoge
    vivian cheryiut
    danny mcfarlane
    wilfred yego ( i have a feeling about him) :-)
    or al sabee in LJ

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  • lapsus
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    Originally posted by mump boy
    Originally posted by lapsus
    Well, Sihine is almost as good as Bekele so he has to be the favourite. And I don't see anyone better than Kipchoge entered in the 5000 meters. For 1500 meters and 800 meters, who knows? I see that Kamel and Kiprop are back to their "better" distances, so maybe there could be a repeat of Lausanne winners there? Although Kamel never seems to win at 800 meters, just run fast times every now and then.

    But don't listen to me, I've shown great aptitude in this contest for picking athletes on their bad day.
    i have no idea who the people you mention are ops: they all blur into one for me.

    thankyou i may bow to your greater knowledge
    Thinking a bit more, I actually think Kipchirchir Komen and Kirwa Yego would be pretty good picks too - after all, both finished strong in Lausanne. But there are at least 4 people in 800 with good chance of winning - Bungei, Kamel, Chepkirwok and Kirwa Yego. For 1500 just about any of the Kenyans could do it - just pick one who's not pacing the race :wink:

    The middle distance races have been been very exciting and interesting this season - it's just hell on predictions :P

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  • mump boy
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    Originally posted by lapsus
    Well, Sihine is almost as good as Bekele so he has to be the favourite. And I don't see anyone better than Kipchoge entered in the 5000 meters. For 1500 meters and 800 meters, who knows? I see that Kamel and Kiprop are back to their "better" distances, so maybe there could be a repeat of Lausanne winners there? Although Kamel never seems to win at 800 meters, just run fast times every now and then.

    But don't listen to me, I've shown great aptitude in this contest for picking athletes on their bad day.
    i have no idea who the people you mention are ops: they all blur into one for me.

    thankyou i may bow to your greater knowledge

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  • lapsus
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  • lapsus
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    Well, Sihine is almost as good as Bekele so he has to be the favourite. And I don't see anyone better than Kipchoge entered in the 5000 meters. For 1500 meters and 800 meters, who knows? I see that Kamel and Kiprop are back to their "better" distances, so maybe there could be a repeat of Lausanne winners there? Although Kamel never seems to win at 800 meters, just run fast times every now and then.

    But don't listen to me, I've shown great aptitude in this contest for picking athletes on their bad day.

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  • mump boy
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    started a topic IAAF FANTASY LEAGUE- IVD : HELP

    IAAF FANTASY LEAGUE- IVD : HELP

    i've had a mare over the past couple of meets forgot to predict in Zurich and got about 250 in Lausanne so i want to do good this time and want some advice. i know absolutely nothing about mens middle distance races they bore me to death and different people win every week. therefore i have practically every athlete still available to choose

    would predictions of

    wilfred Yego
    daniel kipchirchir komen
    eliud kipchoge
    silesie shilene

    make sense at IVD ??
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