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¶2009 WC m20W: Valeriy Borchin (Russia) 1:18:41

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  • Sinafan
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    Originally posted by Tiago
    Borchin best racewalker in the world at the moment.

    He should make the triple(olympics,world,europe next year. 8-)
    No particular reason for joy considering that he has already a doping ban behind him and with all the Russian positives in the walk, it's a rather unfortunate first winner of this WC.

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  • LopenUupunut
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    Position Bib Athlete Country Mark
    1 986 Valeriy Borchin RUS 1:18:41
    2 273 Hao Wang CHN 1:19:06 (PB)
    3 826 Eder Sánchez MEX 1:19:22 (SB)
    4 650 Giorgio Rubino ITA 1:19:50
    5 283 Luis López COL 1:20:03 (NR)
    6 147 Jared Tallent AUS 1:20:27
    7 879 Erik Tysse NOR 1:20:38
    8 827 Jesús Sánchez MEX 1:20:52 (PB)
    9 1070 Matej Tóth SVK 1:21:13
    10 942 João Vieira POR 1:21:43 (SB)
    11 698 Koichiro Morioka JPN 1:21:48
    12 267 Jianbo Li CHN 1:21:54
    13 265 Yafei Zhu CHN 1:21:56
    14 553 André Höhne GER 1:21:59
    15 621 Robert Heffernan IRL 1:22:09 (SB)
    and so on (I won't post any longer spam.) Good show by the Colombian guy.

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  • Jnathletics
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    Do I get partial credit for having a chinese 2nd??? :wink: My pronosticating skills always the right color just not very good with the numbers. (also note the Mexican and Australian uniforms were the same color. )

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  • T&F_LA
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    Great result for Sanchez !!!... after his frustrating expierience in Osaka when he got bronze but was then 4th after Fernandez claimed silver.

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  • Tiago
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    Borchin best racewalker in the world at the moment.

    He should make the triple(olympics,world,europe next year. 8-)

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  • nevetsllim
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    Borchin wins - 1:18.41. Wang and Sanchez win silver and bronze respectively.

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  • T&F_LA
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    Brochin is looking tired...

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  • nevetsllim
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    Wang has finally got a warning!

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  • Tiago
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    Go go Borchin.

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  • nevetsllim
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    Apparently Fernandez has retired :?

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  • Sinafan
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    Not much love for the walks. However I would have considered Andre Höhne for the Top 10 being 4th in Helsinki and 4th in Osaka before being misled and collapsing 200m before the finish line (never got a walker so much attention in Germany). He may not have performed extraordinarily this year, but being one of three athletes from Berlin (four if you count Heidler who is based in Frankfurt am Main), he is very motivated.

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  • Jnathletics
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    Originally posted by AS
    A rare news story on a medal contender:
    Nice AS, Thanks 8-)

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  • AS
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    A rare news story on a medal contender:

    http://www.theage.com.au/news/sport/tal ... ntentSwap1

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  • bhall
    started a topic ¶2009 WC m20W: Valeriy Borchin (Russia) 1:18:41

    ¶2009 WC m20W: Valeriy Borchin (Russia) 1:18:41

    THE FORMCHART
    1. Valeriy Borchin (Russia) ..............1:17:38 (’09)
    2. Francisco Fernández (Spain) ......1:17:22 (’02)
    3. Eder Sánchez (Mexico) ................1:18:34 (’08)
    4. Erik Tysse (Norway) ......................1:19:11 (’08)
    5. Yafei Chu (China) ..........................1:18:44 (’06)
    6. Hao Wang (China) .........................1:19:27 (’09)
    7. Jared Tallent (Australia) ...............1:19:41 (’08)
    8. Giorgio Rubino (Italy) ...................1:19:37 (’09)
    9. Ivano Brugnetti (Italy)...................1:19:36 (’07)
    10. Robert Heffernan (Ireland) .........1:19:22 (’08)
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