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  • nevetsllim
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    Re: Doha 2009: W-1.500m (Burka 4.06,67 WL)

    I've just realised Ehssan Arbab (the one who made the overnight 20sec 1500m improvement in this race last year), was given a 2y doping suspension within days of this race!

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  • mump boy
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    Originally posted by Jon
    Originally posted by gh
    Originally posted by doug091463
    nice 18 second improvement of her personal best by the 17 year old arbab, sudan last year had 2 good runners for the men (kaki and ismael) maybe arbab will be their first good female runner.
    A unique record triple for Arbab? Not only did she get the Sudan Record, she also got the Sudan Junior Record and Sudan Youth Record!
    Not that unique. She's not even the first Sudanese athlete to achieve such a feat! Nawal Al-Jack set a NR, NJR and NYR triple when she ran 51.19 to win the world youth 400m title in 2005. Mona Jabir Ahmed did likewise with the 200, 400 and 800 records in 2004, as did Abdulgadir Idriss with the national Sudanese 400H records in 2004/2005, and Sileh Tagir El Nour with the 100m record in 2007.
    no one likes a know all Jon :P

    bbut we all bow to your greatness :-)

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  • gh
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    you win!

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  • Jon
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    Originally posted by gh
    Originally posted by doug091463
    nice 18 second improvement of her personal best by the 17 year old arbab, sudan last year had 2 good runners for the men (kaki and ismael) maybe arbab will be their first good female runner.
    A unique record triple for Arbab? Not only did she get the Sudan Record, she also got the Sudan Junior Record and Sudan Youth Record!
    Not that unique. She's not even the first Sudanese athlete to achieve such a feat! Nawal Al-Jack set a NR, NJR and NYR triple when she ran 51.19 to win the world youth 400m title in 2005. Mona Jabir Ahmed did likewise with the 200, 400 and 800 records in 2004, as did Abdulgadir Idriss with the national Sudanese 400H records in 2004/2005, and Sileh Tagir El Nour with the 100m record in 2007.

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  • gh
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    Originally posted by doug091463
    nice 18 second improvement of her personal best by the 17 year old arbab, sudan last year had 2 good runners for the men (kaki and ismael) maybe arbab will be their first good female runner.
    A unique record triple for Arbab? Not only did she get the Sudan Record, she also got the Sudan Junior Record and Sudan Youth Record!

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  • EPelle
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    Twell has neither opened her season this early nor run this fast in her career to-date. Her previous best season-opening mark was a 4.14,79 last year (Watford 14-june).

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  • nevetsllim
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    Originally posted by doug091463
    nice 18 second improvement of her personal best by the 17 year old arbab, sudan last year had 2 good runners for the men (kaki and ismael) maybe arbab will be their first good female runner.
    They already have Nawal El Jack, who was close to making the world final in 2005 at the age of 16, they also have a good 400m hurdler and a useful SC'er too.

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  • doug091463
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    nice 18 second improvement of her personal best by the 17 year old arbab, sudan last year had 2 good runners for the men (kaki and ismael) maybe arbab will be their first good female runner.

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  • AthleticsInBritain
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    Is that Olympic Champion Nancy Lagat one position ahead of Twell in 8th???

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  • Kai88
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    Although to still beat Jepkosgei, Melkamu and Lyshynska is not too bad for Twell.

    Looks like Lishynska left her best in Beijing thats for sure...

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  • Jnathletics
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    1 320 BURKA Gelete ETH 11 4:06.67 WL
    2 324 CHERUIYOT Vivian KEN 10 4:07.41
    3 329 ARBAB Ehssan SUD 3 4:08.49
    4 331 LAKHOUAD Btissam MAR 13 4:08.94
    5 328 HILALI Siham MAR 2 4:09.19
    6 326 KIBIWOT JELAGAT Viola KEN 7 4:09.22
    7 323 VARGA Judit HUN 1 4:09.75
    8 327 LAGAT Nancy Jebet KEN 8 4:10.27
    9 322 TWELL Stephanie GBR 5 4:11.15
    10 319 ASSEFA Meskerem ETH 12 4:13.44
    11 325 JEPKOSGEI Janeth KEN 9 4:13.87
    12 321 MELKAMU Meselech ETH 6 4:14.33
    13 330 LISHCHYNSKA Iryna UKR 4 4:16.35

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  • Powell
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    Originally posted by nevetsllim
    Didn't one of the Sudanese girls make one of the finals in Bydgoszcz? I assume it was a different runner...
    Yup, and it was in the 800.

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  • Kai88
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    Hmmm so she is younger than Steph Twell who actually won the same World Juniors which they were both at by a very considerbale margin......

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  • nevetsllim
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    Originally posted by Powell
    Originally posted by nevetsllim
    Very impressed by the Sudanese runner who was third. I've never heard of her and I assumed she was the pace-setter before the race
    She's supposedly just 17, and the only results Tilastopaja lists for her are from last year's WJ, where she only managed 2:13 and 4:26
    Yikes! Didn't one of the Sudanese girls make one of the finals in Bydgoszcz? I assume it was a different runner...

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  • Powell
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    Originally posted by nevetsllim
    Very impressed by the Sudanese runner who was third. I've never heard of her and I assumed she was the pace-setter before the race
    She's supposedly just 17, and the only results Tilastopaja lists for her are from last year's WJ, where she only managed 2:13 and 4:26

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