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    We've had a couple of German WLs in Berlin this evening. Malaika Mihambo 6.99m in the long jump, she also had 6.98m and 6.94m in her series. Pamela Dutkiewicz 7.89s over the hurdles ahead of Cindy Roleder 7.91s.
    Sam Kendricks cleared 5.86m WL and had three decent attempts over 6.01m.
    Full results here: https://static.sportresult.com/feder...RENTEVENT_JSON

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    Since it wasn't mentioned in the Millrose thread: Konstanze Klosterhalfen broke two very old German records. She ran 4:19.98 for the mile and 4:02.70 for the 1500m along the way. The previous German records were 31 and 34 years old. Koko is only the 5th woman in history to run a sub 4:20 mile indoors, if the IAAF lists are correct.
    i Really hope we get to see a clash with Laura Muir in Glasgow.

    In other news, Christina Schwanitz set a WL in Sassnitz with 19.31m.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by norunner View Post
      Sam Kendricks cleared 5.86m WL
      And then went to Rouen France for a 5.90 SL.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by norunner View Post
        Since it wasn't mentioned in the Millrose thread: Konstanze Klosterhalfen broke two very old German records. She ran 4:19.98 for the mile and 4:02.70 for the 1500m along the way. The previous German records were 31 and 34 years old. Koko is only the 5th woman in history to run a sub 4:20 mile indoors, if the IAAF lists are correct.
        i Really hope we get to see a clash with Laura Muir in Glasgow.
        Muir ran 8.48 to win the British Trials 3000m yesterday, closing in 56.x. She’s running the mile next weekend but said she hopes to double at the EIC, despite the fact the timetable isn’t as favourable as previous champs

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        • #5
          The 1500 heats in Glasgow come 2.5 hrs. before the 3000 final, so the double ain't easy. But maybe Muir reckons the heats are going to be just a stroll for her.
          Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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          • #6
            German TJ record in Chemnitz today, Kristin Gierisch 14.59m. Puts her in 3rd place in the world in 2019.

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            • #7
              German nationals in Leipzig day 1:

              Highlight was the w3000 with Klosterhalfen and Reh. Reh started with a decent pace, 2:55 each for the first and second 1k, after 2400m Klosterhalfen simply took off, ran the last 400 in 61s for a German record and world lead of 8:32.47. Alina Reh second in 8:43.72.

              w60H: Pamela Dutkiewicz 7.90

              m60: Kevin Kranz 6.59 (6.56 in heat)

              wSP: Christina Schwanitz 19.54

              mSP: David Storl 21.32

              wPV: Lisa Ryzih 4.60, Katharina Bauer 4.55

              wTJ: Kristin Gierisch 14.38
              Last edited by norunner; 02-17-2019, 12:05 AM.

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              • #8
                thanks for the update, norunner: Terrific performances for both KK and Reh. Am I correct that Reh's mark makes her #2 on the German a-t list at this indoor distance? Another excellent young talent, along with KK.

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                • #9
                  Alina Reh is now third in the German alltime-list, Kathrin Ullrich 8:41.79 in 88 is second.

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                  • #10
                    Thank you -- it seems whenever I am trying to keep up with GER a-t lists, I always overlook someone.

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                    • #11
                      Perhaps you look at performances by unified Germany only
                      Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Powell View Post
                        Perhaps you look at performances by unified Germany only
                        You are exactly right about that. Which is why I often make the best guess I can and assume I will be mistaken -- but am confident that someone knowledgeable will be nearby on here will know for sure.

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                        • #13
                          It's so easy: Some webpages list all German athletes as GER, some still list East German athletes as GDR, as long as they never competed for GER. Some still list West German athletes as FRG for the same reason. Some list them with the country for which they achieved the result, for example Heike Drechsler would be GDR for her world record, but GER for her Olympic titles. Someone like discus thrower Wolfgang Schmidt, who competed for GDR, FRG and GER, could be listed with any of the abbreviations.
                          Any Questions? ;-)

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                          • #14
                            Norunner, has Klosterhalfen announced which distance she'll be running in Glasgow?
                            Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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                            • #15
                              Sam Parsons and Amos Bartelsmeyer, who have announced intentions to compete for Germany, but whose IAAF affiliation is still indicated as USA, took 1-2 in the 3000m in Leipzig with times of 7:53.71 and 7:54.39

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