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  • Rieti Grand Prix meet - Sunday, 6 Sept 2009

    The URL for this Sep. 6 meet needs a "www" as in: http://www.rietimeeting.com

    "Unofficial" (?) Schedule of Events:
    4.30pm - Long Jump (W)
    4.43pm - 110mH (M)
    4.45pm - Discus Throw (W)
    4.53pm - 100mH (W)
    5.00pm - Pole Vault (M)
    5.03pm - 100m - Semifinal (M)
    5.15pm - 3000mSC (W)
    5.28pm - 1500m (W)
    5.38pm - 100m (W)
    5.46pm - 100m - Final (M)
    5.46pm - High Jump (W)
    5.56pm - 1500m (M)
    5.56pm - Triple Jump (M)
    6.05pm - 800m (M)
    6.12pm - 400m (M)
    6.19pm - 3000m (W)
    6.32pm - 200m (W)
    6.39pm - 200m (M)
    6.47pm - 3000m (M)

    The listed times could be at Rieti (about 50 miles northeast of Rome) and that would require some conversion to the time zone of persons reading this post -- or going to the website for details currently available in Italian.

    This is the last meet to achieve qualifying performances for the "World Athletics Final" on Sept. 12-13 in Greece.

  • #2
    well of course the times listed are local times, would it make any sense whatsoever to list times relative to some other time zone?

    Anyway in the italian section of the site the timetable is the same, so it should be pretty much official.

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    • #3
      No official start lists seen as of Saturday morning, the day before 2009 Rieti meet. But some athlete names are provided at this URL: http://www.rietimeeting.com/files/4settembremed.html

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      • #4
        Anyone have a link for a webcast of this event?

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        • #5
          SL up
          http://www.rietimeeting.com/info/results/index.html

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          • #6
            Start list - 200m Women
            World Record 21.34 Florence Griffith-Joyner USA Seoul 29 SEP 1988
            World Lead 21.88 Allyson Felix USA Stockholm 31 JUL 2009
            Meeting Record 21.88 Irina Privalova URS 1993
            Order Bib Athlete Nation
            1 204 LALOVA, Ivet BUL
            2 195 KAPACHINSKAYA, Anastasiya RUS
            3 180 FREEMAN, Emily GBR
            4 232 STEWART, Kerron JAM
            5 215 MOTHERSILL, Cydonie CAY
            6 175 DUNN, Debbie USA
            7 241 WILLIAMS, Shericka JAM
            8 244 ZAYTSEVA, Olga RUS

            I wonder what Kerron and Sherieka are gonna clock in this one
            Am surprised that Kerron is running in the 200 and not the 100

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            • #7
              Start list - 100m Women
              World Record 10.49 Florence Griffith-Joyner USA Indianapolis, IN 16 JUL 1988
              World Lead 10.73 Shelly-Ann Fraser JAM Berlin 17 AUG 2009
              Meeting Record 10.81 Irina Privalova URS 1992
              Order Bib Athlete Nation
              1 152 AKINYEMI, Folake NOR
              2 183 GIOVANETTI, Martina ITA
              3 155 ASUMNU, Gloria USA
              4 179 FRASER, Shelly Ann JAM
              5 193 JETER, Carmelita USA

              6 228 SIMPSON, Sherone JAM
              7 204 LALOVA, Ivet BUL
              8 222 PISTONE, Anita ITA

              SAF vs Jeter again.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by t_monk
                Start list - 200m Women

                Am surprised that Kerron is running in the 200 and not the 100
                If SAF and CJ are in the 100m and no AF or VCB in 200m and there's prize money for places, it would make sense to me.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by DecFan
                  Anyone have a link for a webcast of this event?
                  http://www.rai.tv/dl/RaiTV/diretta.html ... 46214c1b5d

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by jpaule
                    Originally posted by t_monk
                    Start list - 200m Women

                    Am surprised that Kerron is running in the 200 and not the 100
                    If SAF and CJ are in the 100m and no AF or VCB in 200m and there's prize money for places, it would make sense to me.
                    :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
                    I think she is sadly tapering off for the season it seems.
                    She peaked perfectly for the WC though, lol.

                    Its a pity that SS won't make the World Athletics Tour Final in the 100 or 200 it seems. She needs a LOT more points to qualify

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                    • #11
                      gabyanderson has asked for the following link to a stream for Rieti to be on-posted here (from the AW forum):
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                      Rai tre stream
                      http://www.worldlivetv.it/en/

                      The fourth channel on the left .
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                      (By the way, if any moderator is reading,
                      gaby explains that s/he has been banned here due to her/his error, due to an imperfect understanding of English "rude words".
                      Maybe the punishment could be kept to a minimum in light of that reason? English is not her/his first language.)

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                      • #12
                        18 starters in the W1500m.
                        Let's just hope Shannon Rowbury doesn't try to complete her collection of Charlene Thomas's spikes. :twisted:

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                        • #13
                          Thomas wins the 110m hurdles in 13.36 (-1.3).

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                          • #14
                            Foster-Hylton wins in 12.78

                            Yay for Nickesha Wilson in second!
                            http://img2.pict.com/c9/f0/bf/2845608/0/b.jpg

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                            • #15
                              And Foster-Hylton continues her streak, taking first with a time of 12.78 (-2.5).

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