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  • Matt1
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    They are fantastic - but no-one is missing anything from previous editions if you download the Berlin version. Great anecdotes about winners and races. Statistical heaven, as well!

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  • gm
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    Originally posted by tandfman
    They have.

    http://www.iaaf.org/mm/Document/AboutIA ... _10381.pdf

    That's the May order form and it shows that the Osaka stat book was still available then. (It probably still is.) I imagine that the Berlin book will be added to that list the next time it's updated.
    Perhaps if they made it just a TAD easier to order from them :lol:

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  • gh
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    I think that's just after-the-fact remaindering; no good to people in the runup to the meet.

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  • tandfman
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    They have.

    http://www.iaaf.org/mm/Document/AboutIA ... _10381.pdf

    That's the May order form and it shows that the Osaka stat book was still available then. (It probably still is.) I imagine that the Berlin book will be added to that list the next time it's updated.

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  • gh
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    The media will also get paper (what's that?!) copies of the book in Berlin; I've never understood why the IAAF hasn't tested the waters with making these available to the general public.

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  • gh
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    The media will also get paper (what's that?!) copies of the book in Berlin; I've never understood why the IAAF hasn't tested the waters with making these available to the general public.

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  • Half Miler
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    This is a very nice compilation. I hadn't seen gh's original link earlier, so I've been enjoying the trip down WC memory lane with this.

    However, after reading through the history of the sprint events it's quite sobering to see all those retroactive DQs.

    Ben Johnson, Montgomery, Chambers, Gatlin, Kenteris, Pettigrew, Young, Calvin Harrison...

    Some of those finals with multiple retro-DQs look pretty thin.

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  • AS
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    Great link thanks. Should make for excellent reading in the wee small hours of Champs watching...

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  • tandfman
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    gh posted that a month ago.

    http://www.trackandfieldnews.com/discus ... hp?t=36281

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  • Deuce
    started a topic IAAF statistics handbook - Berlin 2009

    IAAF statistics handbook - Berlin 2009

    Sorry if someone posted it before, I accidentally found this today:

    http://www.iaaf.org/mm/Document/Competi ... _11301.pdf
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    http://www.iaaf.org/mm/Document/Competi ... _11303.pdf (part 2)

    688 pages (6.8 + 4.7 MB) for stats freaks.
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