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  • #16
    Re: 7/6 in Lausanne

    not a mac thing, a french thing.

    can someone list the complete 200m results? thanks!

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    • #17
      Re: 7/6 in Lausanne

      >High five to Frank Fredericks, taking the 200 in 20.21.

      Nice job Frankie!

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      • #18
        Men's 200...way to go Frankie!

        1 Fredericks Frank NAM 20.21
        2 Buckland St├ęphane MRI 20.27
        3 Wissman Johan SWE 20.50
        4 Torrieri Marco ITA 20.52
        5 Dzingai Brian ZIM 20.70
        6 Schneerberger Marc SUI 20.87
        7 Waugh Ainsley JAM 21.09

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        • #19
          Re: Men's 200...way to go Frankie!

          and
          1 Lebedeva Tatyana RUS 15.33 +1.2

          she's the female Edwards of this decade - so consistently excellent!

          Mutola :-(
          Fredericks :-)

          btw - Sles's height was 2.03 - now what is that in feet and inches . . .?

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          • #20
            Re: 7/6 in Lausanne

            Frankie Fredericks will be 37 years old this October. On the men's side of things, I can't think of anyone performing at that age at his current level. L. Christie won gold at 32 and kept going awhile, but this guy rocks!!

            Don't get me started on Merlene Ottey.

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            • #21
              Re: Men's 200...way to go Frankie!

              I second that!

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              • #22
                Re: 7/6 in Lausanne

                << >well here's a surprise
                1 Jawher Mushir Salim BRN 13:02.47
                2
                >Wendimu Mulugeta ETH 13:02.78
                3 Abate Abiyote ETH 13:03.33
                4
                >4 Limo Richard KEN 13:05.12
                5 Hassan Abdullah Ahmad QAT 13:05.55
                >
                I hate to admit it, but I've never heard of the winner. Brunei is quite the
                >comer - is he really Bruneian? >>


                I think that BRN stands for Bahrain, not Brunei. There have been rumors of Bahrain recently giving citizenship to African runners a la Qatar.

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                • #23
                  Re: Men's 200...way to go Frankie!

                  6-7.75

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                  • #24
                    Re: Men's 200...way to go Frankie!

                    Sorry, but 2.03 is 6-8. See Louise Ritter's AR. Tafnut, you got it on the nose! And congrats on your other great picks! (I also would have picked Heshko in the 1500. I did pick Mutua in the 800. He was 3rd in the Kenyan Trials, but with their new selection system he must run like a demon in Europe to secure his spot for Athens.)

                    (Iaaf text report has Sles at 2.02, but the results table has the correct 2.03.)

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