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  • pherekydes
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    Originally posted by Marlow
    Those East African nations are yanking the event out of everyone else's capability.
    Another 4 ran under the hour for the Berlin half! Today!!

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  • Powell
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    At the world championships, the competitor limit per country in the marathon is five.

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  • tandfman
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    Originally posted by Double R Bar
    I think the IOC will eventually change that rule (three athletes per event). It probably won't be very soon though. The no false start rule will come first.
    The IOC has nothing to do with the false start rule. That's up to the IAAF.

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  • Double R Bar
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    I think the IOC will eventually change that rule (three athletes per event). It probably won't be very soon though. The no false start rule will come first.

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  • Marlow
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    Those East African nations are yanking the event out of everyone else's capability. I like it! All the more reason why it's so silly to limit a nation to 3 athletes at the Big Games!

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  • Jon
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    Current best times-for-place for 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th are:

    7th - 2:07:53, Shadrack Kiplagat, Amsterdam 07
    8th - 2:08:16, Tsegaye Kebede, Amsterdam 07
    9th - 2:08:21, Kamiel Maase, Amsterdam 07
    10th - 2:09:23, David Kiyeng, Paris 08

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  • nevetsllim
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    I might need someone to confirm but I think they were record times for athletes placing in 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th.

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  • nevetsllim
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    10th place was 2:08:37!

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  • nevetsllim
    started a topic Incredible depth in the Paris Marathon

    Incredible depth in the Paris Marathon

    About 20 athletes were still in contention through 30km in 1:29:24 and these were the unofficial results.

    1 - Vincent Kipruto 2:05:43
    2 - Worku 2:06:11
    3 - Kiyeng 2:06:22

    Adhane, Kisri and Mandago all sub 2:07 too and two more under 2:08.
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