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  • LuckySpikes
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    Aha, more live Race Walking on Saturday & Sunday ... We've only got the best of all the national championships - the Chinese (Autumn) RW Championships! And all their stars are competing (the women's 50km specialists are even dropping down to the 20km).

    It's all on Chinese TV - details & links have been added to the document above. The two 20km races are on at a good time for us.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Live streams/broadcasts for Friday 18th September to Sunday 20th September:

    Ok, I've consolidated the ongoing Japanese Inter-Corporate Championships & today's Alytus Race Walking into this post and have added to the document the 5 other events below.

    Friday to Sunday
    • Japanese Inter-Corporate Championships (Kumagaya, JPN) - I haven't yet perused the startlists but I did first read a Japanese preview before remembering that JapanRunningNews would have a preview. Anyway, these championships look really good! This is no surprise really because, post-University, virtually all of Japan's top athletes (& East Africans) compete for companies rather than clubs; The 'A' races for the 5000s and 10,000s immediately caught my attention - they are loaded with most of the best Japanese and some pretty good Kenyans! Included in the Women's 5000 are two very talented Japanese 19 year olds who I've written about before on this forum - Ririka Hironaka (15:05 last year) and Kaede Hagitani (15:06 at the last of the Hokuren DC meetings this July). Either or both might soon be joining Nozomi Tanaka in a quest to break the NR, 14:53.22.
    Friday
    • Alytus International Race Walking Festival (Alytus, LTU) - European Race Walking Permit meeting; Good field in the Men's 20km including Perseus Karlstrom, Christopher Linke & Callum Wilkinson. The Women's 20km field is less strong but still includes a few good athletes; Athletes from 12 European nations competing
    Saturday to Sunday
    • Balkan Championships (Cluj-Napoca, ROU) - Missing a few of the biggest names of Balkan athletics but there's still some decent fields here, bolstered in part by a strong Ukrainian team. Ukraine was admitted to the Balkan Athletics Federation 2 or 3 years ago and it now numbers 21 member federations despite there only being (depending on who you speak to) 10 or 12 Balkan nations! All events are straight finals (some timed section finals) except the 100m
    • Chinese (Autumn) Race Walking Championships (Tai'an, CHN) - No need to name athletes in the best national race walking championships in the world; Suffice to say it's a who's who of current Chinese race walking!
    Saturday
    • ?? Ústí nad Labem Half Marathon (Ústí nad Labem, CZE) - For the last 2-3 years this and three other halfs in the RunCzech series have been European-only races; Not very good fields this year but you might fancy it if you're really missing road-racing; Streaming is likely but still TBC
    • Gouden Spike (Leiden, NED) - This is usually a decent meeting but there's much fewer international entries than usual; However, the 10,000s they traditionally hold look fairly good (these also double as the Dutch Championships). In the men's there's recent 12:51 man Nicholas Kimeli, big improver Mike Foppen, and Solomon Boit. The women's race includes rising Dutch 21yo Diane Van Es (ready for a 32-low 10,000 I think) and Sarah Lahti (SWE) who was also a rising 21yo when she ran 31:28 at Rio 2016 but is now on the comeback trail after lots of injuries in the last 2-3 years
    • Spanish Championship of Autonomous Federations (Cuidad Real, ESP) - Similar idea to our Inter-Counties but the similarities stop there because a lot of Spain's top athletes actually turn up for this resulting in some good fields, e.g., the women's 1500 includes Esther Guerrero, Marta Perez & Solange Pereira - Perez looked in good shape winning the Spanish 5000m champs last week but she might struggle to cope with Guerrero who's been flying this year
    Sunday
    • ?? Istanbul Half Marathon (Istanbul, TUR) - Don't know who's entered for this WA Gold Label race or whether it will be streamed yet! It usually is streamed but if, say, it's just a domestic field they might decide not to? Anyway, I'll update when I find out more
    All the links & details at https://www.dropbox.com/s/m8mnpmlzil...09-20.odt?dl=0

    Next major post on Monday night if there's streaming for Tuesday's international meeting in Barcelona. It was streamed in 2018 but not in 2019, so who knows?
    Last edited by LuckySpikes; Yesterday, 23:22.

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  • Grassmarket
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    Lots of red-headed women celebrating. The Irish must have won the Junior Women’s race.

  • LuckySpikes
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    Yep, being multi-lingual there's no probs for me either.

    The coverage is pretty decent and due to a few DNS the fields are smaller than expected so it's actually not chaotic trying to follow it.

  • Grassmarket
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    Got Lithuanian commentary, so no worries.

  • LuckySpikes
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    The YouTube streaming link for the Alytus Race Walking has been added to the document. It starts at 3.30pm today.

    I don't know how good the coverage will be but often with non-TV coverage of race walking it helps to be prepared with startlists at hand if you want to follow along well. Especially given that today the Men's 20km AND Junior 10km start at the same time THEN 5 mins later the Women's 20km & Junior 10km starts - All on the same 1 km loop course! It can seem a bit chaotic if you're not mentally "tuned in".
    Hopefully though, 1) the Seniors will have different bib colours to the Juniors and 2) there'll be names on bibs.

    I'll post again tonight with a further 5 events streaming this weekend.
    Last edited by LuckySpikes; Yesterday, 13:50.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Yes, the Olympic qualifying period re-opened on 1st September, but just for race walking and the marathon I think.
    The Olympic standards to hit are 1:21:00 for the men and 1:31:00 for the women.

  • Grassmarket
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    According to a Lithuanian guy on Totallympics the race walk is on the Olympic qualifying path in some way, so not just a routine meet.

  • LuckySpikes
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    Live streams/broadcasts for Friday 18th September:

    I've been asleep on the job! Tonight I almost totally forgot about these 2 events being streamed tomorrow!

    Tomorrow, I'll add the rest of the weekend's streams to the document linked below and will make a new post detailing them.

    Friday to Sunday
    • Japanese Inter-Corporate Championships (Kumagaya, JPN) - I haven't yet perused the startlists but I did first read a Japanese preview before remembering that JapanRunningNews would have a preview. Anyway, these championships look really good! This is no surprise really because, post-University, virtually all of Japan's top athletes (& East Africans) compete for companies rather than clubs; The 'A' races for the 5000s and 10,000s immediately caught my attention - they are loaded with most of the best Japanese and some pretty good Kenyans! Included in the Women's 5000 are two very talented Japanese 19 year olds who I've written about before on this forum - Ririka Hironaka (15:05 last year) and Kaede Hagitani (15:06 at the last of the Hokuren DC meetings this July). Either or both might soon be joining Nozomi Tanaka in a quest to break the NR, 14:53.22.
    Friday
    • Alytus International Race Walking Festival (Alytus, LTU) - European Race Walking Permit meeting; Good field in the Men's 20km including Perseus Karlstrom, Christopher Linke & Callum Wilkinson. The Women's 20km field is less strong but still includes a few good athletes; Athletes from 12 European nations competing
    All the links & details at https://www.dropbox.com/s/m8mnpmlzil...09-20.odt?dl=0

    Next major post tomorrow!
    Last edited by LuckySpikes; Yesterday, 13:46.

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  • Occasional Hope
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    1.44.10 for Daniel Rowden. Very impressive run.

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  • Occasional Hope
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    Crouser's lucky they don't count the hat falling off as out of the circle

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  • LuckySpikes
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    5.30pm start (we're not on GMT )

    Thanks though. The document has been updated.

  • Grassmarket
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    Zagreb details. 🤣

    https://www.worldathletics.org/news/...ntal-tour-gold

    NB early start - 16:30 in Blighty.
    Last edited by Grassmarket; 15-09-20, 12:43.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Live streams/broadcasts for Tuesday 15th September to Thursday 17th September:

    Tuesday
    • Hanžeković Memorial (Zagreb, CRO) - WACT Gold meeting; A really loaded 800 is the stand-out event with Rowden, Wightman, Giles & Burgin amongst a total of 10 Brits set to compete here
    • Galà dei Castelli (Bellinzona, SUI) - WACT Bronze meeting; Always a super little meeting and this year it's as good as the Zagreb meeting I'd say (with more of a track focus); Wayde Van Niekerk makes his return in the 400 and elsewhere there's strong line-ups pretty much across the board including Barega, Lewandowski & Girma in a 1500 along with Copeland & Lay; Tortu & Simbine in the 100; In the W 800, Reekie, Hynne, Buchel, Cichocka & Lore Hoffmann (down from 2:02 to 2:00.5 in the last 2 weeks); Schippers, Del Ponte, Hunt & Awuah in the 100; Bol & Sprunger at 400H; Visser, Bogliolo & Harala in the 100H; 9 Brits due to compete
    Wednesday
    • Kladno hází a Kladenské memoriály (Kladno, CZE) - WACT Bronze meeting; Some decent fields here, especially in the long throws & the W HJ; A few B/C-list Brits competing
    Thursday
    • Golden Gala Pietro Mennea - Rome DL (Rome, ITA) - live (it says) on BBC2 though the timings don't seem to fit with the meeting timetable, so possibly "tape-delayed" or the broadcast time will be adjusted?
    All the links & details at https://www.dropbox.com/s/xasd870rr4...09-17.odt?dl=0

    Next major post on Thursday or Friday evening. There's still some track & field to go and hopefully 2 or 3 road races at the weekend.
    Last edited by LuckySpikes; 15-09-20, 13:42.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Change to the link for the Poznan Grand Prix - it's now streaming at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SwFhigjJxAY and consequently it will now be available on-demand afterwards.
    Last edited by LuckySpikes; 11-09-20, 16:45.

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