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    RunUnlimited
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    Also in Hungary, Maksim Nedasekau won a high quality men's high jump competition with a world lead-equalling 2.37 m clearance on the 2nd attempt. With it, he beat Ilya Ivanyuk who had to settle for 2nd place with 2.33 m, though he had a couple of mighty close near-misses at 2.37 m.
    In 3rd place was fellow Authorized Neutral Athlete (aka Russian) Mikhail Akimenko, with the 2019 world championship silver medallist and former world U20 champion also clearing 2.33 m, equalling his season's best.
    Gianmarco Tamberi was 4th with 2.30 m

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  • philipo
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    The entries for Fridays DL is beyond tasty.
    Good victory for Giles and Webb this evening, beating some top guys, Murphyand Tuwei; but I note both Dobek and Dustin are in Fridays 800m together with Hoppel, Murphy and Giles. Exciting prospects.

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  • philipo
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    Originally posted by Grassmarket View Post
    Another thing is that all the Americans are just that little bit behind what they were doing at Oregon.
    no surprise; after all a lot of the American OG Trials times were with a rather nice following wind.

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  • philipo
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    Originally posted by RunUnlimited View Post
    Great times and performances today in Hungary... and according to the meeting director, the track is "soft", so not supposedly conducive to fast times... Well, looks like the athletes were eager to prove him wrong!
    The Jamaicans did not seem so affected by jetlag... just as far to come. Pleaded to see De Grasse coming back to form;

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  • philipo
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    Originally posted by RunUnlimited View Post
    I mean, nobody is talking about Femke Bol and Shamier Little having a virtually *identical* race to their amazing battle in Stockholm just 48 hours ago, and yet again, both women went below 53 seconds for 400 m hurdles... Bol managing to edge out Little 52.81 to 52.85.

    So now we have a new rivalry developing in this event. You've got McLaughlin/Muhammad, and Bol/Little!
    she is a tough cookie that Bol; hope she is at her best in Tokyo.

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  • RunUnlimited
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    I mean, nobody is talking about Femke Bol and Shamier Little having a virtually *identical* race to their amazing battle in Stockholm just 48 hours ago, and yet again, both women went below 53 seconds for 400 m hurdles... Bol managing to edge out Little 52.81 to 52.85.

    So now we have a new rivalry developing in this event. You've got McLaughlin/Muhammad, and Bol/Little!

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  • RunUnlimited
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    Great times and performances today in Hungary... and according to the meeting director, the track is "soft", so not supposedly conducive to fast times... Well, looks like the athletes were eager to prove him wrong!

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  • Occasional Hope
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    Unsurprising. It was clearly a fast track with good conditions for sprinting in particular, plus possible jet lag and post-trials hangovers.
  • Grassmarket
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    Another thing is that all the Americans are just that little bit behind what they were doing at Oregon.

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  • felix51
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    I'm loving the split screen for the mDT and mTJ at the Gyulai meet tonight. I somehow can't see the BBC following suit :-)
    felix51
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    Last edited by felix51; 06-07-21, 20:02.

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  • Occasional Hope
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    The w100 is going to be a real fight in Tokyo.

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  • Grassmarket
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    Thompson wins the 100m, 10.71! SAFP 10.82. Ta Lou third.

    Simbine takes the men’s 9.85! PB

    well, fast times all the way, but we haven’t had a full result for the mens. 12.34 for Camacho-Quinn in the hurdles.
    Grassmarket
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    Last edited by Grassmarket; 06-07-21, 18:00.

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  • drobbie
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    regarding minichello, its not coming from emerson , she thanked him today in her instagram post and stated that she was still working with him

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  • Ladyloz
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    Indeed, especially when you have a high profile
  • marra
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    Don't know anything about the alleged charges, so not going to comment on that. But you have to say that it is pretty arrogant behaviour to ignore a suspension.

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