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  • norunner
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    You forgot Belgiums 2:59.33 from this years world relays.

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  • Powell
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    And the women

    4x100
    from World Relays 2014
    BRA
    FRA
    GBR
    GER
    JAM
    NGR
    TTO
    USA
    by time
    NED 42.40
    CHN 42.83
    CAN 42.85
    SUI 42.94
    RUS 43.22
    ITA 43.26
    UKR 43.37
    BAH 43.46

    4x400
    from World Relays 2014
    BRA
    FRA
    GBR
    ITA
    JAM
    NGR
    POL
    USA
    by time
    UKR 3:24.32
    RUS 3:25.02
    GER 3:27.69
    IND 3:28.68
    CAN 3:29.65
    CUB 3:29.69
    AUS 3:30.03
    JPN 3:30.80

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  • Powell
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    Working under the assumption only one performance counts, here's the current list of qualifiers in the men's relays:

    4x100
    from World Relays 2014
    BRA
    CAN
    GBR
    GER
    JAM
    JPN
    TTO
    UKR
    by time
    USA 37.38
    CHN 37.99
    FRA 38.33
    RSA 38.35
    CUB 38.44
    NED 38.52
    BAH 38.52
    SUI 38.54

    4x400
    from World Relays 2014
    BAH
    BRA
    CUB
    GBR
    JAM
    TTO
    USA
    VEN
    by time
    BEL 2:59.33
    RUS 2:59.38
    POL 2:59.85
    FRA 2:59.89
    IRL 3:01.67
    GER 3:01.70
    JPN 3:01.88
    BOT 3:01.89
    Last edited by Powell; 06-10-2015, 11:47 AM.

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  • Powell
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    Originally posted by norunner View Post
    @Powell: Two reasons why it's not as clear as it looks: For the OGs 2012 and Rio next year the aggregate rule was/is being used, so it seems strange that they should use a different rule for WCs.
    But in the last dozen years or so, the relay qualification criteria for WCs have differed from OGs - one was based on a qualifying standard, the other was top 16 teams. WCs and OGs have also had differing rules in individual events regarding A and B qualifiers. So I wouldn't be suprised if the rules were not the same in this case, either.

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  • norunner
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    @Powell: Two reasons why it's not as clear as it looks: For the OGs 2012 and Rio next year the aggregate rule was/is being used, so it seems strange that they should use a different rule for WCs. And i remember looking reading qualification documents for Rio where that aggregate rule wasn't mentioned either and got added later.

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  • Powell
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    Originally posted by norunner View Post
    The problem with relays is, nobody seems to know if the best time counts or the aggregate of the two best times.
    I see nothing in the IAAF qualification criteria to suggest it's the aggregate of two performances. The wording is:

    Relay Teams can qualify (...) as a result of being one of the best ranked teams at the end of the qualification period.

    Everywhere else in the document, they use 'best ranked' to mean simply 'having the best performance during the qualification period. Why should the meaning be different here? I believe when they used the aggregate-of-two method in the past, it was clearly stated so in the rules.
    Last edited by Powell; 06-10-2015, 04:49 AM.

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  • tm71
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    This is great ! I hope u keep updating after the us, Jamaican abs Kenyan trials and account for withdrawals for injuries etc

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  • donley2
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    Tell your friend this is great stuff!! This and the recent NCAA formchart app are great examples of people creating awesome resources to share with other hard core fans. Many thanks to your friend and you.

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  • norunner
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    @player: I forwarded it to the programmer.

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  • player
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    As best I can tell, the 1500m list seems to be programmed only to take mile times into account if they put the athlete into the national top three.

    Centrowitz, who qualified both from Millrose and Eugene, therefore doesn't show. Along with several Kenyans from the Eugene mile.

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  • norunner
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    Isinbayeva will be changed to DNS next time the lists update.
    Pakilo: The problem with relays is, nobody seems to know if the best time counts or the aggregate of the two best times.

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  • tamabi
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    It's an amazing tool, thank you!

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  • Pakilo
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    Relays lists are missing and I really need them.
    Last edited by Pakilo; 06-09-2015, 11:44 PM.

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  • polevaultpower
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    Would he consider removing Isinbayeva from the WPV list? She has an auto entry but has clearly stated many times she will not return to competition until next year.

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  • norunner
    started a topic Adjusted world lists for Beijing qualification

    Adjusted world lists for Beijing qualification

    A friend of mine programmed this: http://toplist.leichtathletik-mehrkampf.de/

    These are world lists that take all the IAAF rules for qualification for Beijing into consideration. For example three athletes per nation in the 100m & Justin Gatlin as the DL winner and Usain Bolt as defending champion.
    The lists also take injured athletes into consideration, for example Teddy Tamgho is listed as defending champion but not counted in the actual qualification list.
    Feel free to post any errors, suggestions, i will forward them.
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