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  • philipo
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    Originally posted by Grassmarket View Post
    This is what we’ve missed during the lockdown - Gabby & Colin sitting in a studio talking about athletics, instead of showing us actual athletics.

    If, like me, you prefer your sport Gabbyless, you’ll find it here.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4mmq_XRiCs
    well said !!!!

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  • oxfan
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    To be fair to the BBC, they showed every minute of the international feed. Hopefully Gabby and Colin can now find some coverage of the Brits in the LJ.

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  • Grassmarket
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    Gemili gets the 200m, but can’t say he was in with the best.

    Holly Bradshaw also gets the win, 4.69!

    Jemma Reekie also gets the win, bit of confusion with the pacemaker cost her a faster time.

    Not the miracle time from Warholm, but comfortable win all the same.
    Last edited by Grassmarket; 23-08-20, 16:41.

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  • Grassmarket
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    Originally posted by Christy93 View Post
    Diamond League 1-2-3. Don't see that often. Brilliant from Muir.
    And not against a field of duffers either, plenty big names.

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  • Grassmarket
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    Duplantis going for the WR 6.15, but the infield’s windy.

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  • Christy93
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    Diamond League 1-2-3. Don't see that often. Brilliant from Muir.

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  • Grassmarket
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    Lavaia Nielsen getting no luck with her lane draws, but 52.16 SB again. Jess Knight 52.42 PB slso.

    Laura Muir, wow!

    Geez, British 1-2-3!
    Last edited by Grassmarket; 23-08-20, 16:03.

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  • Grassmarket
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    This is what we’ve missed during the lockdown - Gabby & Colin sitting in a studio talking about athletics, instead of showing us actual athletics.

    If, like me, you prefer your sport Gabbyless, you’ll find it here.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4mmq_XRiCs

    Last edited by Grassmarket; 23-08-20, 15:00.

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  • Christy93
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    Originally posted by Christy93 View Post
    Charlie Dobson ran 45.84 in his first ever 400, according to Ian Hodge on Twitter. He ran 6.64 over the 60 this winter too, so eyes on a potentially swift 200 soon (trials?).
    10.12 (2.5w) for Dobson today in the 100.

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  • Christy93
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    Keely Hodgkinson ran a PB of 54.69 for the 400 today. Takes her top of the U20 400 ranks this season. She races again on Tuesday in the 800 at Trafford BMC.

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  • Christy93
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    Originally posted by Christy93 View Post
    Couple of 1.46 PBs tonight for Josh Lay & Alex Botterill in Bromley, the former touching off the latter 1.46.78 to 1.46.82. A 1.5s PB for young Yusuf Bizimana to win the 'B' race in 1.48.18.

    Khahisa Mhlanga 2.01.91 PB in the womens 'B' race ahead of Georgie Hartigan in a PB of 2.02.99. Isabelle Boffey won the 'A' race in a big 2.02.10 PB in her first 800m race in 12 months. Katie Snowden (2.02.40) second in her first 800 since 2018.

    Our 800 ranks look stronger than they have for a very, very long time. Hodgkinson & Boffey look ready for massive PB revisions (sub 2?), and I wouldn't be surprised to see Mhlanga continue to push towards that barrier. The battle for 800 spots will be ferocious for both men and women next summer.
    Mens 3000 possibly the race of the night. Marc Scott won in 7.43. James West also under 7.45, Jonny Davies & Alex Yee 7.45.

    15s PB for Alex; What could he do for 10000 at the minute I wonder.

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  • Christy93
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    Couple of 1.46 PBs tonight for Josh Lay & Alex Botterill in Bromley, the former touching off the latter 1.46.78 to 1.46.82. A 1.5s PB for young Yusuf Bizimana to win the 'B' race in 1.48.18.

    Khahisa Mhlanga 2.01.91 PB in the womens 'B' race ahead of Georgie Hartigan in a PB of 2.02.99. Isabelle Boffey won the 'A' race in a big 2.02.10 PB in her first 800m race in 12 months. Katie Snowden (2.02.40) second in her first 800 since 2018.

    Our 800 ranks look stronger than they have for a very, very long time. Hodgkinson & Boffey look ready for massive PB revisions (sub 2?), and I wouldn't be surprised to see Mhlanga continue to push towards that barrier. The battle for 800 spots will be ferocious for both men and women next summer.
    Last edited by Christy93; 21-08-20, 18:57.

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  • Grassmarket
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    Brussels DL, 4 September

  • Stew-Coach
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    when is his 1 hour record attempt meant to be?

  • Grassmarket
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    Well, don’t think this is exactly a promotion

    Briton Mo Farah will be the pacemaker for the elite men's race at October's rescheduled London Marathon.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/athletics/53862234

    On the other hand, it gives Steve’n’Paula something to talk about for the first 90 minutes of the broadcast.

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