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  • #16
    I'd guess no woman has had all 4 records at once. The 1500 didn't become a championship event until 1972. European women tended to have the 1500 records in the early years of the event, and they didn't run the mile too often or indoors too often. Mary Decker Slaney would be the one of the few who ran a lot of miles, 1500s, indoors, and outdoors. I don't think she ever had the outdoor records.

    Off to do some research.

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    • #17
      Here's the Dibaba video:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vsRRMYwptk

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      • #18
        Originally posted by aaronk View Post
        Iguider over Kejelcha in the 3000, winning time was a slow 7:39.04.
        It's only a world leader ??

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        • #19
          For some perspective, her 3:50.07 is worth about 4:08.5.

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          • #20
            The meet is still available for replay on beIN (Wednesday). Pretty good meeting besides the aforementioned record events with extensive coverage of the women's HJ and PV featuring Kiriakopoulou, Murer, the 16 year old sensation Gunnarsson.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by 26mi235 View Post
              For some perspective, her 3:50.07 is worth about 4:08.5.
              But the new record is worth as much as her 1500 WIR
              Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Bob Duncan View Post
                The meet is still available for replay on beIN (Wednesday). Pretty good meeting besides the aforementioned record events with extensive coverage of the women's HJ and PV featuring Kiriakopoulou, Murer, the 16 year old sensation Gunnarsson.
                Indeed, the coverage was superb. They gave a lot of space to field events and didn't put too many running events (and, didn't waste tons of minutes with replays, presentations...). If only DL meetings were shown this way....

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                • #23
                  "If only DL meetings were shown this way...."

                  BeIN did show the DL live last year. And a bunch of other meets. Great stuff.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Powell View Post
                    But the new record is worth as much as her 1500 WIR
                    Yes, but the indoor/outdoor differential is no where near five seconds. Of course, she has learned not to have the indoor her peak season, although I would guess that last year it was still too much of a peak in that she was no longer at her peak at the Worlds.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by cubehead View Post
                      "If only DL meetings were shown this way...."

                      BeIN did show the DL live last year. And a bunch of other meets. Great stuff.
                      Did they use to show also live coverage of the field events? Because DL meeting are often being shown with almost no field events and almost only running events with LONG presentations of the athletes, replays and so on. Very often it happens you overhear a huge clap for someone that it's shown live only minutes later.

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                      • #26
                        In today's Sacramento Bee, NOT A PEEP about the world records!!!

                        Dibaba was paced for the first almost four laps by 800 specialist Joanna Jozwik, who recently ran very close to 2:00 indoors. The times, taken at the finish line, so the first split is 209 meters, were:

                        31.73
                        63.59 (31.86)
                        1:34.98 (31.39)
                        2:06.69 (31.71)
                        2:38.84 (32.15)
                        3:10.77 (31.93)
                        3:42.31 (31.54)
                        4:13.31 (31.00)

                        That's great pace judgment, no? She was timed in 3:56.46 at 1500, about a second behind her own WR for that distance. Her mile time converts to roughly 3:54.6 per the "8-percent rule".

                        In the 1000 WR, pacemaker Bram Som took them through took them through in 25.42, 52.08 (26.66), then Souleiman took over and put up 1:19.44 (27.36), 1:46.97 (27.53) splits before finishing with 27.23.
                        Cheers,
                        Alan Shank

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                        • #27
                          Watching the race I'd say Dibaba could have lost that second (the one which prevented her from getting Masterkova's record) in the very first part of the race. Her reaction to the gun wasn't great and she wasted a bit of time running the bend outside first lane.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Alan Shank View Post

                            In the 1000 WR, pacemaker Bram Som took them through took them through in 25.42, 52.08 (26.66), then Souleiman took over and put up 1:19.44 (27.36), 1:46.97 (27.53) splits before finishing with 27.23.
                            Cheers,
                            Alan Shank
                            To give Som proper credit, he actually took Souleiman through 600m. As Som was approaching the line, he moved out to the second lane and let up just enough for Souleiman to edge ahead and be the split leader at 600m.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Sasuke View Post
                              Indeed, the coverage was superb. They gave a lot of space to field events and didn't put too many running events (and, didn't waste tons of minutes with replays, presentations...). If only DL meetings were shown this way....
                              Hehe, leave it to us Swedes to make the DL broadcasts then. This was a Swedish production and all of our hopefuls are basically in the field events so they always get as much attention as the track. We love our jumps.

                              Though like you say, it's not hard to combine the two, it all comes down to how much you care. You don't need to show every little second of a middle & long distance run(at least not a GP event), you certainly don't need extensive presentations, and you can also use screen-in-screen to show a jump or throw LIVE while the track event is ongoing. What the DL(and many other GPs) are doing is treating the field events as second class athletics, basically everything you get shown are taped attempts in between the track events. Unless something very special is happening. It's a shame.

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                              • #30
                                The Stockholm meet had the feel of a regular summer DL meet. I was pinching myself to make sure that I wasn't dreaming.

                                Screen-in-screen is something that we rarely see. The field events are so much better when you can keep up with the action.

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