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¶2009 WC mDT: Robert Harting (Germany) 69.43 NR

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  • Abebe Bikila
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    Cmon Alekna

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  • Powell
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    Malone nearly catches Kanter with 65.64. Pestano is out. Kovago only just made the top 8.

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  • gh
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    some good throwing for an essentially dead stadium (wind-wise).

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  • jeremyp
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    Originally posted by Powell
    Kanter has a win streak of 28 going back 13 months, but after 3 throws, he's not even in the top 3 :shock:
    He didn't win Beijing until round 4. Cool thy jets.

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  • Powell
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    Kanter has a win streak of 28 going back 13 months, but after 3 throws, he's not even in the top 3 :shock:

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  • Jon
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    Poland is once again having a great championships. At this rate, I wouldn't be surprised if Glanc won a medal in the wDT either.

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  • Powell
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    Another 68+ for Małachowski in round 2, after he had to wait in the circle for a few minutes for the 1500 to start.

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  • Powell
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    Harting 68.25, Alekna 66.36 and Kanter 65.91 in round 1. We're going to see a great competition tonight.

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  • croflash
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    Might take 70m to win gold today.

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  • jeremyp
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    Originally posted by Powell
    Wow! How wrong I was, and how happy I am about it, too

    Małachowski 68.77 in round 1. That surely has to be worth a medal of some color.
    Could well be the gold!!!

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  • Powell
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    Wow! How wrong I was, and how happy I am about it, too

    Małachowski 68.77 in round 1. That surely has to be worth a medal of some color.

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  • gm
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    Originally posted by 3a
    Anyone feel a Harting Fairytale coming on?
    Thank goodness you didn't mistakenly switch the first letters on those :lol:

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  • Powell
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    Originally posted by 3a
    Anyone feel a Harting Fairytale coming on?
    I see it as a three-way battle between Kanter, Harting and Alekna. Any one of them could take it. Kovago is the most likely challenger to these three.

    Sadly, I don't see a medal coming Małachowski's way. He just hasn't looked the same since his injury. He said he was feeling fine now, but in the qualifying, he was still stuck in the 64's, as he had been in the last couple of competitions before the WCh

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  • 3a
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    Anyone feel a Harting Fairytale coming on?

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  • bruce3404
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    Nice jobs by Malone and Rome to make the final with automatic qualifying throws; and Waltz just missed after being awarded an extra throw. Would have been remarkable to see three Americans in the final, but I'll happily take two.

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