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  • #31
    Presumably as Lagat's manager he has inside info...

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    • #32
      Originally posted by jeremyp
      Originally posted by jlt
      Kaki has moved from the 800 to the 1000. Is hoping for 1:18-19 pace at 600. Lagat hoping to run a PR (2:16.18 last year in Gateshead; also 2:16.25 in this race in Stockholm just before Osaka 07)
      What is your source? He has not been changed on the start list.
      http://www.dngalan.com/main/lang-sv/startlista

      Yes he have since yeasterday...dunno what list you have.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Powell
        Does anyone know where I can find the results of the SP competitions?
        So far, I found this:
        Code:
        1 Nadine Kleinert    GER  19.48       
          2 Michelle Carter    USA  19.13       
          3 M G Tamayo         CUB  18.73       
          8 Helena Engman      SWE  17.08
        http://svt.se/svttext/web/pages/308.html
        and
        http://svt.se/2.110321/1.1639401/kleine ... pos=rubrik

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Deuce
          Originally posted by Powell
          Does anyone know where I can find the results of the SP competitions?
          So far, I found this:
          Code:
          1 Nadine Kleinert    GER  19.48       
            2 Michelle Carter    USA  19.13       
            3 M G Tamayo         CUB  18.73       
            8 Helena Engman      SWE  17.08
          Thanks. That's a great result for Carter, and a PB by a significant margin (if it counts - I know this was a street competition)
          Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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          • #35
            19.13 is 62'9"

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            • #36
              The womens 200m has been rather quiet/boring this year.


              Veronica, Kerron and Allyson have all been undefeated so far this year but none has run anything exciting.

              Tomorrow's race should be very interesting even though Kerron is not running the event at the WC. Her her new found 10.75 speed, Kerron will probably lead off the curve with Allyson in full pursuit. This is Kerron first race since she suffered an apparent cramp Paris two weeks ago.

              Start List
              200m Women
              21.34 SR:
              22.00

              47
              Anderson, Alexandria 87 USA 22.60

              38
              Chermoshanskaya, Yuliya 86 RUS 22.57

              39
              Felix, Allyson 85 USA 21.81

              46
              Ferguson, Debbie 76 BAH 22.19

              48
              Hooker, Marshevet 84 USA 22.34

              43
              Jones, Laverne 81 ISV 22.46

              42
              Stewart, Kerron 84 JAM 21.99
              Cows need love too

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              • #37
                Originally posted by IFK_Vaxjo
                Originally posted by jeremyp
                Originally posted by jlt
                Kaki has moved from the 800 to the 1000. Is hoping for 1:18-19 pace at 600. Lagat hoping to run a PR (2:16.18 last year in Gateshead; also 2:16.25 in this race in Stockholm just before Osaka 07)
                What is your source? He has not been changed on the start list.
                http://www.dngalan.com/main/lang-sv/startlista

                Yes he have since yeasterday...dunno what list you have.
                The English one!

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                • #38
                  Majewski is better and better every day:
                  1 Tomasz POL 21.95 PB 21.65 21.95 21.44 X X 21.83
                  Majewski
                  2 Reese USA 21.53 20.55 21.46 21.36 X 21.14 21.53
                  Hoffa
                  3 Adam USA 20.73 20.16 20.73 X 20.27 X 20.63
                  Nelson
                  4 Dylan CAN 20.42 20.11 20.42 X 19.88 19.85 19.80
                  Armstrong

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by jlt
                    Kaki has moved from the 800 to the 1000. Is hoping for 1:18-19 pace at 600. Lagat hoping to run a PR (2:16.18 last year in Gateshead; also 2:16.25 in this race in Stockholm just before Osaka 07)
                    That's great news for Aussie Jeff Riseley who's reportedly having a crack at the Aussie 1000m record:

                    SRs (& PRs):
                    1:45.48
                    3:32.93
                    3:51.25

                    Current Aussie leaders all-time (with 800m/1500m PRS):

                    2.16.61 Grant Cremer 2000 (1.45.21, --)
                    2.17.49 Mike Hillardt 1984 (1.45.74, 3.33.39)
                    2.17.98 Pat Scammell 1987 (1.45.74, 3.34.61)
                    2.18.22 Simon Doyle 1989 (1.45.38, 3.31.96)

                    In his current shape he may well take it down into 2.15 territory

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by trackdug
                      JW drops a low 44...like he did last year

                      He loves this track
                      I concur. JW will put the squeak back in Merritt's walk!

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by Mike67
                        Originally posted by trackdug
                        JW drops a low 44...like he did last year

                        He loves this track
                        I concur. JW will put the squeak back in Merritt's walk!
                        Let's get it cracking!!!!
                        on the road

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by jjimbojames
                          Such a tough heat that Nicola Sanders is in the b-heat!
                          I'm guessing she signed up late, because I'd have her in this heat over several others. The b heat is really quite poor compared to this one IMO[/quote]

                          and yet, i wouldn't be too shocked if she loses to one of the americans or jamaicans in that b race.

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