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  • ¶Monaco DL: w800—Wilson 1:57.67 (WL)

    1 FEDRONIC Justine FRA 2:00.97 2:01.50
    2 JUDD Jessica GBR 1:59.77 1:59.77 1 6
    2 LAMOTE Renelle FRA 2:00.56 2:00.56
    3 POISTOGOVA Yekaterina RUS 1:57.53 1:58.55 2 3
    4 NANYONDO Winnie UGA 1:59.27 1:59.27
    4 ROESLER Laura USA 1:59.04 1:59.04
    5 WILSON Ajee USA 1:58.21 1:58.70 3 2
    6 BECKWITH-LUDLOW Molly USA 1:59.12 1:59.30
    6 JEPKOSGEI Janeth KEN 1:56.04 1:59.73
    7 SUM Eunice Jepkoech KEN 1:57.38 1:58.48 16 1
    8 JERUTO Agatha KEN 2:00.95 2:00.95
    Last edited by gh; 07-18-2014, 10:54 PM.
    Apparently Ignorance is bliss

  • #2
    wow - Wilson powers away - 1:57 and change.

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    • #3
      1:57.67 win for Wilson
      Never looks like she's overworking herself!

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      • #4
        Wilson outkicks Sum! Horrible pacemaking again by Jeruto. Wilson ran nearly even 400s.
        1:57.67
        Cheers,
        Alan Shank
        Woodland, CA

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        • #5
          Nice:
          BECKWITH-LUDLOW Molly 1:59.32
          ROESLER Laura 1:59.44

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          • #6
            Wilson is such a savvy runner. She stays in contact, seems to have such a good sense of pace and moves when she apparently should. Easy to say when she's winning a race, of course, but she does not often make tactical errors.

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            • #7
              Winnie Nanyondo NR for Uganda, 1:58.63; SB for Jepkosgei, coming back into form, 1:58.70.
              Cheers,
              Alan Shank
              Woodland, CA

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              • #8
                Sum lost that in the first 100m
                i deserve extra credit

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                • #9
                  Whatever happened to Niyonsaba? Is she injured? Couldn't find any results for her this year and for some reason watching the "new" kid from Uganda reminded me of her.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by gm View Post
                    1:57.67 win for Wilson
                    Never looks like she's overworking herself!
                    WOW!!! congrats to Ms. Wilson

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                    • #11
                      Very impressive from Wilson. I worry for Judd a little. Such a massive talent but she seems to put a massive amount of expectation on herself and gets very nervous. Hope she doesn't over train to early on in her career and burn out.

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                      • #12
                        1 Wilson , Ajee USA 1:57.67 4
                        2 Sum , Eunice Jepkoech KEN 1:57.92 2
                        3 Nanyondo , Winnie UGA 1:58.63 1
                        4 Busienei , Janeth Jepkosgei KEN 1:58.70
                        5 Poistogova , Ekaterina RUS 1:59.31
                        6 Beckwith-Ludlow , Molly USA 1:59.32
                        7 Roesler , Laura USA 1:59.44
                        8 Judd , Jessica GBR 1:59.99
                        9 Lamote , Renelle FRA 2:00.06
                        10 Fedronic , Justine FRA 2:00.41
                        Kimaswai , Agatha Jeruto KEN DNF

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                        • #13
                          A little disappointing Roesler was only 7th, but heck, two in a row under 2:00 for a new pro ain't bad!

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                          • #14
                            Very happy with how all the Americans did in this race, WOW Wilson. I'm going to go ahead and predict she is our next Olympic Champion in 2 years.
                            Hopefully Martinez is back soon.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by huntinwr View Post
                              A little disappointing Roesler was only 7th, but heck, two in a row under 2:00 for a new pro ain't bad!
                              I wouldn't blame Roesler if she's a little tired after a long season.

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