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  • Good W 800 with a 0.7s PB for Kate Grace winning in 1:57.60. Nakkayi 2nd and Lore Hoffmann's best run since her 1:58.5 last September, 3rd in 1:59.06.

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    • Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post
      Good Women's 5000. Obiri 14:26.38 and in 4th a new British Record for Eilish McColgan, 14.28.55 ! Well done!
      Fair play to McColgan, a much improved athlete.

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      • Great win in the DreAm Mile for museum, grice shied again why he isn’t in the British team.

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      • Four men sub-3:50 in that Mile. A long time since we've seen that I think.

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        • Warholm's finally done it!!

          46.70!!!

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          • Well, that will do. 46.70 WR Warholm!

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            • WR at home for Karsten Warholm, brilliant performance.

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              • Rai Benjamin, over to you.

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                • Get in, Karsten!! Love watching him run. Just pedal to the metal all the way around!

                  Dos Santos another South American record, 47.38 !

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                  • Stunning from Warholm and at Bislett too! Stuff dreams are made of.

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                    • Do Santos btw continues to impress... Another AR with 47.38, moving up to =15th on the world all-time list, and not that far behind Warholm in the end.... And he only turned 21 on the 3rd of June! Massive talent.

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                      • *HAH!* Just watching that world record run again and in the slow-mo replay afterwards, when it shows Warholm crossing the line from face on, it shows Dos Santos following him and looking at the trackside clock... and the look of surprise and shock on the young Brazilian's face at what it showed is just priceless!

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                        • Originally posted by RunUnlimited View Post
                          *HAH!* Just watching that world record run again and in the slow-mo replay afterwards, when it shows Warholm crossing the line from face on, it shows Dos Santos following him and looking at the trackside clock... and the look of surprise and shock on the young Brazilian's face at what it showed is just priceless!
                          I wonder if that was just "wow 46.70 that's quick!" or "46.70 that's quicker than I thought because I'm quite close"?

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                        • Originally posted by Jogger
                          Great run from McColgan, I really didn't expect that. She deserves credit for the way she stuck to the Africans for so long, and was rewarded with a British record.
                          Absolutely, excellent courage in that run.

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                          • Originally posted by Occasional Hope View Post
                            Great win in the DreAm Mile for museum, grice shied again why he isn’t in the British team.
                            I'm an admirer of McSweyn . great run by him. Lewandowski certainly knows how to pour it on over the last few hundred metres. In the OG he will do well in a slow tactical race. The Kenyans nothing special based on this race.

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                            • Walsh7
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                              Agreed! With Cheruiyot not going to Tokyo, McSweyn will have to do the heavy pace work by himself if he wants to get a medal. If Tokyo is a tactical race, then McSweyn has no chance at a medal!
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