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  • Originally posted by drobbie View Post

    im predicting an olympic bronze for ugen, its probably her year to do something decent, after not being very good for the last few
    there is a whole bunch of LJers in the womens event this year; three or four Americans plus mihambo , and a few european and even the top Aussie;cannot see Ugen getting in amongst the top group.

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    • MysteryBrick
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      6.77m for Proctor this weekend. Didn't think she had it in her any more.

  • Cracking Continental Tour Gold meeting this coming Sunday in Walnut (!) AKA Mt Sac.

    Entry Lists at https://www.runnerspace.com/eprofile...news_id=618072

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    • MysteryBrick
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      That is an unreal set of entries

    • RunUnlimited
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      Fantastic line ups in the programme and a fair few British entrants too. Hopefully the weather will be better here than it was in Oregan a couple of weeks ago.

    • drobbie
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      i assume this is on a stream somewhere?

  • One of the first good European meetings of the season - Savona (ITA) on 13th May - seems to be shaping up nicely.

    The latest announcement is that Dasher, Lalova-Collio & Dobbin will run the 200.

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    • carterhatch
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      I wonder what Dobbin's plans are? I got the impression, had there not been the pandemic, that she was looking to step up to 400. I suspect the 400 is looking a little more congested for Olympic berths than say, 18 months ago, but the 200, one would think, is almost Dasher and Amy Hunt plus one...

    • RunUnlimited
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      @caterhatch Maybe Dobbins is doing a spot of speed work as she migrates to being more of a 400m runner? Or even, that she might try the 200/400m double? (Unlikely I know, but the schedule for Tokyo does allow for an attempt.)

      Do note that though it's pretty clear Jodie Williams is also heading towards the longer distance as her main event these days, she still has run plenty of 200m races so far in the early outdoor season compared to running the 400m (Four runs at the shorter sprint against a single race in the one lap sprint). I expect Jodie to up the number of 400m appearances at the season develops, as will Dobbins most likely.

      I'm sure Dobbins and her coach know exactly what they are doing, so I look forward to how her season progresses regardless of the distance she's running.
      Last edited by RunUnlimited; 05-05-21, 12:08.

  • drobbie , Yes it seems that these days WA show all the Continental Tour Gold meetings on their YouTube channel.

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    • Catching up on some throws from the last 10 days - 22.72 from Kovacs and 91.50 by Vetter.

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      • Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post
        Cracking Continental Tour Gold meeting this coming Sunday in Walnut (!) AKA Mt Sac.

        Entry Lists at https://www.runnerspace.com/eprofile...news_id=618072
        it will be quite something if they all turn up; there are 30 entries shown for the women's 800m; very surprised if they are all there; a few entrants of athletes in an OG year trying to resurrect their past glories; Lashawn Merrit for one, but plenty of others . In what looks like somewhat better conditions than the last USA Gold meet(or was it silver) the temperature may be warm.
        I think that the events will be held in many cases at GMT which is not too onerous. The meet starts at pre mid day in Walnut with good events at 8 to 11 p.m. here.

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        • Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post
          drobbie , Yes it seems that these days WA show all the Continental Tour Gold meetings on their YouTube channel.
          Indeed; i just hope that the event is well organised and any false starts are treated in acc with the rules,, unlike he women's 100m at Miramar.

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          • Here’s Vetter’s throw in slo mo. Yes, indoor runway at his Offenburg training base.

            Just look at the technique, the length of that last stride. The stresses are enormous, it’s no wonder spear chuckers break so often.

            https://youtu.be/yp-QXb26oJ8

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            • trickstat
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              I remember when Tom Petranoff in the early '80s threw the 'old' spear 99m and a javelin thrower from my local club expressing concern about the strain that would put on your back in particular. I think that Petranoff did have quite a long career, although I wouldn't be surprised if he has some lingering issues.

          • "Track Meet" in California on 14th & 15th May is looking brilliant if everyone turns up!

            Entries listed at https://www.soundrunning.run/trackmeet (including loads of Brits entered)

            Part of the meeting is on ESPN (I'll provide a link) and I think/hope that the rest of it is on YouTube.

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            • MysteryBrick
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              Oh wow, loads of entries. I'm seeing (from a British perspective):

              Women's 10000m: Jess Judd, Steph Twell, Amy-Eloise Markovc
              Men's 10000m: Matt Leach
              Women's 800m: Adelle Tracey, Laura Muir, Jemma Reekie, Hannah Seagrave, Ellie Baker
              Men's 800m: Guy Learmonth, Kyle Langford, Charlie Grice
              Women's 1500m: Holly Archer, Katie Snowden
              Men's 1500m: Marc Scott, NeilGourley, George Mills, Jake Heyward
              Women's 5000m: Jess Judd
              Men's 5000m: Josh Kerr, Andrew Butchart, Chris Olley

              And then there's a heap of global stars like Hassan, Amos and 100s of Americans too.

            • LuckySpikes
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              MysteryBrick, you missed a couple ... I wasn't "checking your work" but I remembered seeing their names there ...

              W 800 - Georgie Hartigan
              W 5000 - Verity Ockenden
              Last edited by LuckySpikes; 07-05-21, 16:09.

            • MysteryBrick
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              If I'm right, Hartigan is now competing for Ireland, but I'll give you Ockendon

          • bennett second in the throws meet this week end... 75 and bits just behind Apak.

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            • MysteryBrick
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              Some very good scalps there, including Fajdek. Will dramatically help his chances of Olympic qualification via ranking.

          • Originally posted by philipo View Post
            bennett second in the throws meet this week end... 75 and bits just behind Apak.
            just saw a nice 20.25 shot putt by Lincoln ; another great jav throw by Vetter, two over 90 metres and a shorter one of 89 m and bits

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            • Trafford BMC results: https://www.britishmilersclub.com/re...-prix-8th-may/

              Louise Evans wins the 400m in 51.67 - massive breakthrough!

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              • MysteryBrick
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                I'm suspicious that it might be an incorrectly recorded result, based on the fact it was a mixed race.

              • LuckySpikes
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                Yes, no Louise Evans in that race. It was a bloke who ran 51.67!

            • Originally posted by philipo View Post

              just saw a nice 20.25 shot putt by Lincoln ; another great jav throw by Vetter, two over 90 metres and a shorter one of 89 m and bits
              scott finished third so we have two podium places !!

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              • keely H was second to Evans in 53.63 which will need to be much faster for A top place in the 800m W this year I suspect.

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                • At the BMC meeting in in a damp, windy and cool Trafford, Alex Bell produced a very impressive run of 2:00.16. In better, warmer conditions that would have been a sub 2 minute performance, easily.

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