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  • ¶2018 WIC m1500—Samuel Tefera (Ethiopia) 3:58.19 (no, really!)

    FIRST 2 IN EACH HEAT (Q) AND THE NEXT 3 FASTEST (Q)

    HEAT 1
    1 370 Dey Tuach DEY SSD SSD 3:45.54o
    2 310 Abdelaati IGUIDER MAR MAR 3:34.10 3:35.79
    3 216 Aman WOTE ETH ETH 3:35.31 3:38.35
    4 403 Ben BLANKENSHIP USA USA 3:35.28 3:39.19
    5 315 Dario IVANOVSKI MKD MKD 3:52.59 3:52.59
    6 236 Chris O'HARE GBR GBR 3:37.03 3:37.03
    7 341 Marcin LEWANDOWSKI POL POL 3:37.37 3:37.67
    8 368 Mohamed Ismail MOHAMED SOM SOM 4:11.68

    HEAT 2
    1 374 Kalle BERGLUND SWE SWE 3:37.69 3:39.55
    2 179 Jakub HOLUŠA CZE CZE 3:37.68 3:37.91
    3 108 Ryan GREGSON AUS AUS 3:36.50 3:38.00
    4 299 Musa HAJDARI KOS KOS 3:53.18
    5 214 Samuel TEFERA ETH ETH 3:36.05 3:36.05
    6 295 Vincent KIBET KEN KEN 3:34.91 3:36.86
    7 258 Harvey DIXON GIB GIB 3:50.19
    8 196 Marc ALCALÁ ESP ESP 3:39.33 3:39.45

    HEAT 3
    1 242 Jake WIGHTMAN GBR GBR 3:37.43 3:37.43
    2 187 Ayanleh SOULEIMAN DJI DJI 3:35.2 3:35.39
    3 311 Brahim KAAZOUZI MAR MAR 3:36.95 3:36.95
    4 414 Craig ENGELS USA USA 3:38.53 3:38.53
    5 144 Oddom SAT CAM CAM
    6 138 Sadik MIKHOU BRN BRN 3:38.48 3:38.48
    7 244 Benjamín ENZEMA GEQ GEQ 3:53.07 3:53.07
    8 298 Mikhail SOLOSHENKO KGZ KGZ 4:04.83 4:04.83
    Last edited by gh; 03-04-2018, 03:28 PM.

  • #2
    Souleiman ist out, also visa problems: https://www.efe.com/efe/english/spor...000266-3540718

    That's the third big favourite missing these championships. Who is at fault here, British authorities? Athletes? IAAF?

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    • #3
      1 1 1 310 Abdelaati IGUIDER MARMAR 3:40.13 Q
      2 2 1 216 Aman WOTE ETHETH 3:40.20 Q
      3 3 1 403 Ben BLANKENSHIP USAUSA 3:40.23 q
      4 4 1 341 Marcin LEWANDOWSKI POLPOL 3:40.78 q
      5 5 1 236 Chris O'HARE GBRGBR 3:42.46 q
      6 1 2 214 Samuel TEFERA ETHETH 3:44.00 Q
      7 2 2 295 Vincent KIBET KENKEN 3:44.26 Q
      12 1 3 242 Jake WIGHTMAN GBRGBR 3:47.23 Q
      13 2 3 414 Craig ENGELS USAUSA 3:47.55 Q


      8 3 2 108 Ryan GREGSON AUSAUS 3:44.44
      9 4 2 196 Marc ALCALÁ ESPESP 3:45.49
      10 5 2 179 Jakub HOLUŠA CZECZE 3:45.84
      11 6 2 374 Kalle BERGLUND SWESWE 3:46.61
      14 3 3 311 Brahim KAAZOUZI MARMAR 3:47.65
      15 7 2 299 Musa HAJDARI KOSKOS 3:47.68 NIR
      16 8 2 258 Harvey DIXON GIBGIB 3:49.89 NIR
      17 6 1 315 Dario IVANOVSKI MKDMKD 3:51.83 PB
      18 7 1 370 Dey Tuach DEY SSDSSD 3:56.10 NIR
      19 4 3 298 Mikhail SOLOSHENKO KGZKGZ 4:05.52
      1 368 Mohamed Ismail MOHAMED SOMSOM DNF
      3 244 Benjamín ENZEMA GEQGEQ DQ
      3 144 Oddom SAT CAMCAM DQ
      3 187 Ayanleh SOULEIMAN DJIDJI DNS
      3 138 Sadik MIKHOU BRNBRN DNS

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      • #4
        Originally posted by norunner View Post
        Souleiman ist out, also visa problems: https://www.efe.com/efe/english/spor...000266-3540718

        That's the third big favourite missing these championships. Who is at fault here, British authorities? Athletes? IAAF?
        This is just sad. Honestly, the organizers of these champs are seeming more and more amateurish each day

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        • #5
          meet organizers can't do anything about athletes and their federations/managers cocking up the process.

          Don't know any details on Souleiman, but Korir apparently couldn't get a visa because the British office in NYC (where he went to apply) had a systems breakdown and couldn't process anything. And he was there a week

          https://www.nation.co.ke/sports/athl...o04/index.html

          As for McLeod, the Jamaican federation dropped the ball on his visa application:

          http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/s...ods-withdrawal

          both these stories were on our front page at the time

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          • #6
            What's the over / under on multiple DQs in the final?

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            • #7
              Would have been a fitting tribute to Bannister if no one broke four minutes today; but they couldn't quite manage that.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by LopenUupunut View Post
                Would have been a fitting tribute to Bannister if no one broke four minutes today; but they couldn't quite manage that.
                They had a 109m start of course.

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                • #9
                  1 214 Samuel TEFERA ETH ETH 3:58.19
                  2 341 Marcin LEWANDOWSKI POL POL 3:58.39
                  3 310 Abdelaati IGUIDER MAR MAR 3:58.43
                  4 216 Aman WOTE ETH ETH 3:58.64
                  5 403 Ben BLANKENSHIP USA USA 3:58.89
                  6 242 Jake WIGHTMAN GBR GBR 3:58.91
                  7 414 Craig ENGELS USA USA 3:58.92
                  8 236 Chris O'HARE GBR GBR 4:00.65
                  9 295 Vincent KIBET KEN KEN 4:02.32

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                  • #10
                    Wow...now those dudes truly were "jogging"

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                    • #11
                      I'm taking aaronk's absence from this thread as a sign that this race gave him an aneurysm

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by americantrackfan View Post
                        I'm taking aaronk's absence from this thread as a sign that this race gave him an aneurysm
                        Sir Roger Bannister is weeping!

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by aaronk View Post
                          Sir Roger Bannister is weeping!
                          He might be, if he didn't die today
                          Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by LopenUupunut View Post
                            Would have been a fitting tribute to Bannister if no one broke four minutes today; but they couldn't quite manage that.
                            They were aiming for 3:59.4, but the finishing kick was a little faster than the pacesetters would have guessed.

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                            • #15
                              Dibaba could have won this race. Wow.

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