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  • eldrick
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    9'06 converts to ~ 8'25 ( just outside her 8'23wr ) with 1.08

    amazing thing is her actual split was only 8'33 - she musta really put in a huge burst in that last lap !

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  • 26mi235
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    Originally posted by jlt
    Shouldn't overlook a great 800 here tonight in Prague...

    1. Ismael SUD 1:44.75 WL NR no.4 all-time
    2. Lalang KEN 1:45.15
    3. Bungei KEN 1:45.91
    Lalang's mark is quite impressive - seems to be continuing to step up.

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  • EPelle
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    Will be quite a highlight this indoor season when/if both Ismael and Kaki actually compete in the 800m on the same evening.

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  • jlt
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    Shouldn't overlook a great 800 here tonight in Prague...

    1. Ismael SUD 1:44.75 WL NR no.4 all-time
    2. Lalang KEN 1:45.15
    3. Bungei KEN 1:45.91

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  • Marlow
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    Jump-off marks most certainly DO count, PR or WR!

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  • gh
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    since it was a yard race, here's Defar's 440y splits as eyeballed by our spy in Prague

    67.7
    69.5 2:17.2
    70.1 3:27.3
    70.6 4:37.9
    68.3 5:46.2
    70.0 6:56.2
    67.9 8:04.1
    62.2 9:06.3

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  • LopenUupunut
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    Talking of unnecessary posts, here are some further "precise" splits (ribbit's up to 1600m, Defar's from then on):
    600m 1.41.36
    800m 2.15.77
    1200m 3.25.73
    1400m 4.00.52
    1600m 4.35.88
    1800m 5.10.95
    2200m 6.19.70
    2400m 6.53.62
    2600m 7.27.78
    2800m 8.01.39

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  • IFK_Vaxjo
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    9:06.27 WR (not sure on the decimals) with an 8,33 clocking for 3000m.
    2.52, 2,54, 2,47 for the km splits!

    Guess my post was a bit unnessacary!

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  • lapsus
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    2 miles:
    34
    1:07
    1:41
    2:16
    2:51.13 (1000m)
    3:25
    4:00
    4:36 (1600m)
    5:11
    5:45.77 (2000m)
    6:19
    6:53
    7:28
    8:01
    8:33.64 (3000m)

    9:06.27 2 miles
    corrected to 9:06.26 in the live results

    Well, you can guess who won
    :wink:

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  • LopenUupunut
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    Originally posted by lapsus
    Watching women's high jump, I started wondering about something. I guess a PB set in a jump-off wouldn't officially count as a PB? Has it happened somewhere that a competitor has exceeded his or her PB in a jump-off jump?
    First to leap to mind is '32 Los Angeles wHJ final...

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  • lapsus
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    Watching women's high jump, I started wondering about something. I guess a PB set in a jump-off wouldn't officially count as a PB? Has it happened somewhere that a competitor has exceeded his or her PB in a jump-off jump?

    I tried a search on the message board but got an error:
    SQL Error : 1062 Duplicate entry '762138105' for key 1

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  • joeltetreault
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    Thanks!

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  • lapsus
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    1000 meters:
    25.50
    52.17
    1:20.69
    1:50.04
    2:17.22
    Kaki wins

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  • LopenUupunut
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    Originally posted by joeltetreault
    If someone can give a few splits for the 5000,1000 and 2Mile it would be much appreciated. The video feed isn't cooperating with my computer...
    Earlier splits for 5K-
    2000m in 5.14
    3000m in 7.52

    Novotný seems to be in great shape. 8.05(PB) and 8.01 already and one narrow foul well over 8m.

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  • lapsus
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    5000 meters:
    ~8:24 3200m
    ~9:26 3600m
    10:32.16 4000 meters
    Kipsiele Koech & Cherkos leading
    ~11:37 4400m
    ~12:10 4600m
    ~12:41 4800m
    13:07.83 at 5000m, Cherkos wins

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