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  • Occasional Hope
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    Emma Nwofor, mainly a heptathlete, ran an 8.07 pb over 60m hurdles at the weekend over the US, taking her to the top of the UK rankings this year:
    https://vocal.media/unbalanced/nwofo...t-big-ten-meet

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  • RunUnlimited
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    Originally posted by treadwater1 View Post
    Harry Coppell went over 5.80 again today in France
    Excellent consistency from the young man! 5.80m is the kind of height that gets you through qualifying into the finals of pole vault comp at the Olympics/World Champs level, so this is very encouraging to see.

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  • treadwater1
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    Harry Coppell went over 5.80 again today in France

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  • Sovietvest
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    Watch out for Emilia Rock. She ran 39.73 indoors last year as a U15. She has a really long stride - not your typical indoor runner. Interested what she does over 400 in the future.

  • LuckySpikes
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    Excellent and dominant 800m victory for Jemma Reekie in Lievin.

    Where did Eurosport get that guy Tim Caple from though? Some really awful pronunciation (did you hear his attempt at "Rodgers"?!), and also thinking that Samuel Tefera was a pacemaker and then in the women's 1500 thinking it was Seyaum in 2nd place when it was in fact Lemlem Hailu. Then when he realised his mistake he tried to cover it up by calling her Seyaum Hailu, LOL.

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  • LoveSprints1
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    Originally posted by CAML View Post
    Isabelle Boffey, 53.65 to win BUCS 400. There's going to be some exciting young British talent in the women's 800 in Tokyo.
    A real talent.

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  • LoveSprints1
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    Jessie Knight's run yesterday was beautiful. She was so controlled and strong. Love it that she is a teacher and sent greetings to her year 6 class! She will be on fire this season.

    Amber Anning's 200m split was 24.35s. She has always looked incredibly relaxed, but she is motoring. She is still the only UK U15 girl to have run three sub-13 second 100m's in a row, to set the UK 300m age group best of 38.73s. I reckon her 100m and 200m times would be much faster if she hadn't focussed on the 400s and had a season stopping injury a couple of years back.
    It will be interesting to see IF she does any more 200s, but unlikely before the conference and national finals. Just seen that she ran a 51.85s relay split on the anchor of the 4x400m: https://twitter.com/amberanning/stat...24001688023042
    Coach Lloyd Cowan set Anning up very nicely for LSU.

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  • CAML
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    Isabelle Boffey, 53.65 to win BUCS 400. There's going to be some exciting young British talent in the women's 800 in Tokyo.

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  • hemlock
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    Yes. Every middle distance runner in the world, seeing Reekie's last 100, just had to revise their race strategies.

    Can she do it on a rainy night in Stoke though? (By which I mean, can she do it in a final after two fierce rounds?)

  • Occasional Hope
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    Ridiculous.

  • drobbie
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    wtf is this nonsense in the long jump

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  • Occasional Hope
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    Morgan Lake not looking good.

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  • carterhatch
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    thinking the very same line up this morning...

  • Christy93
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    Jessie Knight showed great strength there. Thought Swiety-Ersetic would get her at the line.

    Jodie Williams, Laviai Nielsen, Jessie Knight, Amber Anning...

    Early days but we might be developing a really strong 4x4 again.
    Last edited by Christy93; 15-02-20, 14:56.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Might she be our next sub-54 hurdler capable of Top 5 in global finals?
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