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  • eTN

    Will there be one this week? (Dan, since you're the only T&FNer I see posting, I'm guessing you're the poor slob who gets to do it. Sorry, we'll miss you in Austin!)
    "Run fast and keep turning left."

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    now that Ostrava is in, you'll have it anon

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      Since some people are sticklers for accuracy in minute details, this latest eTN, in the results under the St. Anne meet, has the 150 and 300 being won by Tyler of Canada.

      From looking at the rest of the results, it seems your procedure is to identify people by their last names (ie Webb, Jennings, etc). Tyler is actually the first name of Tyler Christopher (http://www.tilastopaja.net/db/atm.asp?ID=44976 ).

      I realize first names as last names can make things confusing.

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        >Since some people are sticklers for accuracy in minute details, this latest
        >eTN, in the results under the St. Anne meet, has the 150 and 300 being won by
        >Tyler of Canada.

        From looking at the rest of the results, it seems your
        >procedure is to identify people by their last names (ie Webb, Jennings, etc).
        >Tyler is actually the first name of Tyler Christopher
        >(http://www.tilastopaja.net/db/atm.asp?ID=44976 ).

        Someone wasn't paying attention:

        http://www.trackandfieldnews.com/tfn/di ... sage=60067

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          >Since some people are sticklers for accuracy in minute details, this latest
          >eTN, in the results under the St. Anne meet, has the 150 and 300 being won by
          >Tyler of Canada.

          It's the IAAF too:


          "Canadian Christopher Tyler (45.90) and defended Daniel Caines’ attack on
          the last 50 metres. The Briton was third in 46.05. But the fastest
          man had come from the B-Race: Jermaine Gonzalez."

          http://www.iaaf.org/news/Kind=2/newsId=25555.html

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