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  • Torino 2009 (10th Memorial Nebiolo)

    Turin, Italy - Cuba’s 110m Hurdles Olympic champion and World record holder Dayron Robles and Sudan’s 800m World indoor champion Abubaker Kaki will be in the spotlight as the Memorial Primo Nebiolo in Turin, named in honour of the late IAAF President, celebrates its 10th Anniversary on Thursday (4).
    Entire preview: http://www.iaaf.org/WAF09/news/kind=100 ... 50883.html

    Start lists: http://www.memorialprimonebiolo.org/ENG/risultati.aspx

  • #2
    Meet has started, first results:

    01 45 Heidler Betty GER 74.33
    02 49 Wlodarczyk Anita POL 71.36
    03 47 Pchelnik Darya BLR 71.20
    04 44 Claretti Clarissa ITA 69.98
    05 46 Klaas Kathrin GER 68.38
    06 48 Salis Silvia ITA 67.95

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    • #3
      I see where it's not that much of a womens sprint field, just the 100m & 100h.
      on the road

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      • #4
        live feed
        http://www.raisport.rai.it/dl/raisport/ ... a21f61eb07

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        • #5
          Live stream

          Looking for the channel RAi Sport Piu

          http://www.worldlivetv.it/en/

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          • #6
            Yay, nice to see Tim Benjamin winning a race - before he gets his next injury.
            http://twitter.com/Trackside2011

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            • #7
              Idowu 17.60m - this time with a legal wind
              http://twitter.com/Trackside2011

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              • #8
                Originally posted by nevetsllim
                Idowu 17.60m - this time with a legal wind
                He was overdue for that.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by nevetsllim
                  Idowu 17.60m - this time with a legal wind
                  The mTJ is shaping up nicely this year. Only early-June and we've already got 5 over 17.60.

                  17.66 Nelson Évora
                  17.65 Yoandris Betanzos
                  17.62 Alexis Copello
                  17.62 Arnie David Girat

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                  • #10
                    Kaki records sub-1.45,00 number nine (eighth outdoors) in his career:

                    01 18 Kaki Abubaker SUD 1:44.25
                    02 16 Milkevics Dmitrijs LAT 1:45.36
                    03 22 Kiplagat Richard KEN 1:46.32
                    04 19 Kibet Geoffry KEN 1:46.63
                    05 23 Nava Goran SRB 1:46.63
                    06 24 Scapini Mario ITA 1:48.06
                    07 20 Bogdanov Dimitry RUS 1:48.42
                    08 21 Meliani Walid ALG 1:49.13
                    09 82 Seck Mor SEN 1:51.05

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by nevetsllim
                      Idowu 17.60m - this time with a legal wind
                      His past two competitions (17.60w and 17.60) are his best ever jumps outside of championship finals. Arguably it's his best ever start to a season (or at the least on a par with last year), but will his form be good enough to beat three in-form Cubans and Evora in Berlin? Certainly, Idowu has plenty of motivation after last year!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by nevetsllim
                        Yay, nice to see Tim Benjamin winning a race - before he gets his next injury.
                        Interestingly he won at this same comp in 2007 with exactly the same time (45.80). That season he went on to improve to 45.28. He may never approach his form of 2005 again, but he'll be a welcome part of the 4x4 team, along with Bingham, Rooney and Steele.

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