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  • #16
    Originally posted by Alan Shank View Post
    No men's 200 in Shanghai; Lyles is advertised in the 100, with Su, Coleman, Prescod (defender), Baker and Rodgers.
    Cheers,
    Alan Shank
    Woodland, CA, USA
    Thanks for the clarification. Should be a really good 100m! Also looks like there is 200m for men, just non DL event.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by ATK View Post
      Thanks for the clarification. Should be a really good 100m! Also looks like there is 200m for men, just non DL event.
      Here's a link to a neat graphic that shows which events are to be held at each DL meet, plus in some cases additional, non-point-scoring event.



      Cheers,
      Alan

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Alan Shank View Post
        Here's a link to a neat graphic that shows which events are to be held at each DL meet, plus in some cases additional, non-point-scoring event.



        Cheers,
        Alan
        Thanks! Yea I've seen the graphic. I usually just go to the page where they post the entries/results though. I'm guessing most of the names in races are coming from press/news releases since no entries are posted.

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        • #19
          and here's links to 2 far-easier-to-read files by us, one by-meet, the other by-event

          In the first 7 editions of the Diamond League, each of the 16 events was contested 6 times (for each... Read More


          In the 2019 version of the IAAF’s Diamond League, only the 2 final meets have 16 events, Zürich and Brussels... Read More

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          • #20
            Originally posted by ATK View Post
            Sub 49 would be amazing, but I'm betting Sydney doesn't even beat Naser, who doesn't even run a world lead.
            Koch/Kratochvilova, Perec/Freeman, now M-U/Naser and can McLaughlin make it 3 under 49? (I'm in no doubt Naser is going there fast) Been watching rivalries for a while and this one is heating up to be as good or better than anything ever.

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            • #21
              What was Syd's recent fast relay leg? 49.7/49.8? In which case she's prob not in sub 50 form in the individual.
              This is vey early season for Naser, even if it was the Asian Championships recently. She won't be anymore near her best form.
              I'm expecting a close race between. 50.0-50.5. Naser could sneak under, but I'm
              Think 50.2.

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              • #22
                I'm thinking even 50.5-51.0. It's VERY early season for this year's Champs.

                target guess: 50.7.

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                • #23
                  That 49.6 or 7 relay leg was her season debut and will be over a months time from the Shanghai race. Very likely she’s in better form now than she was then. Also ran a 50.1 lead off leg at Mt sac, which is likely more accurate to an open 400 race. (Also about a month in between time).

                  Would not be surprised at all to see her run sub 50...
                  Last edited by _Jay; 05-12-2019, 04:01 AM.

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                  • #24
                    I can't wait.
                    Coleman! Lyles! Syd! Rai! Samba! Kerley! Sandi!

                    (Clearly, I'm not a distance guy, but I'm sure there are some good'uns in there)

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                    • #25
                      Shanghai DL--Preview & Results

                      YOWSA!!!!!
                      Samba vs Benjamin & McLaughlin vs Naser!!
                      All else pales, but here's my best events to watch, and who's gonna be there!!
                      (In order of the schedule!)

                      JT-W
                      Khaladovich. Ince only American!

                      HJ--M
                      Bondarenko!

                      SP--W
                      Ealey, Ewen, Gong, Thomas-Dodd

                      PV--W
                      Stefanidi, Morris, Nageotte, Bradshaw, Kiriakopoulou

                      400H--M
                      Samba, Benjamin
                      (Why are the others there?? LOL)

                      5000--M
                      Barega, Kejelcha, Gebrhiwet, Chelimo, Mead

                      LJ--M
                      Manyonga

                      400--W
                      McLaughlin, Naser
                      (Again, why are the others even there??)

                      200--M
                      De Grasse, Guliyev

                      JT--M
                      Hofmann, Rpohler, Yego

                      1500--W
                      W Chebet, Efraimson, , Hassan, Tsegay

                      100--W
                      ET, Hobbs, Ahye, Okagbare, Prandini

                      400--M
                      Makwela, Cherry, Bloomfield, Gardiner

                      110H--M
                      Shubenkov, McLeod

                      3000SC--W
                      Chepkoech, F Cherono, Chespol, Mel Lawrence only American!!

                      100--M
                      Lyles, Coleman, Simbine, Rodgers, Su

                      A,ong the MIA's---
                      Simpson, Echevarria, Barshim, Suhr & McCartney, Holloway & Roberts, Miller-Uibo, Coburn, Frerichs & Quigley, Asher-Smith, Schwanitz, Winger

                      But with those two head-to-heads, this meet can be a CLASSIC!!!
                      Last edited by aaronk; 05-15-2019, 07:07 PM.

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                      • #26
                        Why did you list 2 different groups for the men 200? I think that was meant to be the 100m.

                        Is there a link to the start list?
                        Last edited by proofs in the pudd'in; 05-15-2019, 06:19 PM.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by proofs in the pudd'in View Post
                          W...

                          Is there a link to the start list?
                          yes, go to the results link on our home page

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                          • #28
                            sorry, that's not start list; at this point just entry list. Start lists for DL meets typically aren't available until about 24 hours out, after the technical meeting takes care of assigning lanes

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                            • #29
                              Coleman vs Lyles hardly "pales".
                              Last edited by BCBaroo; 05-15-2019, 06:48 PM.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by aaronk View Post
                                YOWSA!!!!!
                                Samba vs Benjamin & McLaughlin vs Naser!!
                                All else pales
                                The Naser/McLaughlin matchup may "pale" in comparison to some of the other events listed.

                                Syd the kid may turn out to be great over flat 400m but she's not at Naser's level at this point. The matchup in this even would be Naser and SMU....at least right now.

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