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  • PSD Bank Meeting, Dusseldorf

    Is underway at the moment. Live results here:
    http://www.athletics-meeting-duesseldorf.de/4378.html

    So far, David Gillick ran a 400m WL of 46.18 in his first race of the year - he's clearly in great form to defend his European Indoor title.

  • #2
    its live on eurosport now if anyones interested

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    • #3
      thanks

      online here

      http://www.myp2p.eu/broadcast.php?match ... art=sports

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      • #4
        Wrong thread, Eldy. Already posted that link on the correct thread for the Bercy meet.

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        • #5
          Sturrup, now 37 years old, just equalled the 60m WL with a time of 7.17 - her fastest time in nine years :shock:

          Anyone know who her coach is now? I presume Trevor Graham no longer coaches her?

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          • #6
            to save you having to drill another step into the URL

            http://www.duesseldorf-tourismus.de/psd/index.html

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            • #7
              Poor Lolo takes her trademark hopper in the final. Does anyone know why she barely scraped through to the final in the first place? I hope this doesn't become a career-long trait...

              Shamar Sands is awesome. He's racing VERY often, yet running consistently blistering times.

              Petyluk looked supreme in the 600m. Thought the 400m runners had dropped her but after they tired up, she turned the screw.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Rineanna
                Poor Lolo takes her trademark hopper in the final. Does anyone know why she barely scraped through to the final in the first place?
                she did exactly the same in the heats by clattering the first hurdle, but luckily she regained her balance that time, obviously not so lucky in the final!

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                • #9
                  Ismail beats Borzakovskiy again, this time in front of him through the entire last lap, winning time of 1.46.76

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