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  • #46
    Sadly, the Trackinsun results blog is no more. This forum won't approve the link so I'll post the text of his announcement ...

    "After almost 10 years of work, nearly 30,000 unique followers, about 4 million pages visited, I have decided to stop updating my blog, Trackinsun.
    I will continue to work the statistics in more depth and detail but privately.
    Health first.

    Thanks to all !!!!!!!"


    I don't know what we'll do without it - it seemed to be the only place that comprehensively published significant worldwide track results, no matter how big or small the meeting.

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    • philipo
      philipo commented
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      sadly missed because it gave the full results of a biggish meet not just a few details, as it did with tiny insignificant meets.The T and F posters are kidding themselves that they will cover for the missing details; no they wont, they cannot see much further than American Track and Field. Typical Yankee stuff.
      Last edited by philipo; 07-04-21, 08:52.

  • #47
    A promising 13.16 pb in the TJ for U20 Temi Ojora over in the US a few days ago.

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    • #48
      Good news!

      Carles Baronet of the Trackinsun results blog has posted that he will publish PDFs of results every week or two (on Tuesday evenings). They will have the same depth of results as he's always published. For 2021 at least, these PDFs will be free.

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      • #49
        Again, Ian Hodge is a very helpful source 'Continuing his return to top flight athletics @timmahduck competed in the first 4 events of a decathlon in California last night: 11.06 (100m), 7.80 (long jump), 12.85 (shot) 2.12 ( high jump).' I wonder if he lurks on this site - Ian Hodge or, for that matter, Tim Duckworth...

        Whatever happened to Sam Talbot? I recall he had an injiury, then declared he was taking a break from atheltics, I think, made a tentative return, or am I making this all up?

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        • #50
          Chris Bennett threw 75.69 today which is very encouraging. Men’s hammer is becoming a very competitive event again, with the likes of Bennett, Campbell, Norris, Jones and Murch backing up Nick Miller.
          Last edited by treadwater1; 10-04-21, 20:57.

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          • #51
            Headline marks from the Miramar Invitational in Florida:

            W100 (+1.6): S Richardson 10.72 (#6 all-time)
            W 400: S Little 49.91, Q Hayes 49.92
            W 100H (+2.7): K Harrison 12.38, C Sember (nee Ofili) 12.55, T Porter 12.57
            M 110H (+2.3): G Holloway 13.04

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            • #52
              Well then.... At the Miramar Invitational in Florida just about an hour ago, Sha-Carri Richardson, who ran a wind legal World Junior 100m record of 10.75 at the NCAA Final in Austin, Texas in 2019, has now gone to 6th fastest of all time at the distance with a wind legal (+1.6m/s) run in 10.72.

              Only Flo Jo (10.49... yeah right!), Jeter (10.62) , Marion Jones (10.64A) , Fraser-Pryce and Elaine Thompson (both 10.70) have run the 100m faster.

              Though Richardson *is* coached by.... Dennis Mitchell(!!!) So yeah....
              Last edited by RunUnlimited; 10-04-21, 21:06.

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              • #53
                Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post
                Headline marks from the Miramar Invitational in Florida:

                W100 (+1.6): S Richardson 10.72 (#6 all-time)
                W 400: S Little 49.91, Q Hayes 49.92
                W 100H (+2.7): K Harrison 12.38, C Sember (nee Ofili) 12.55, T Porter 12.57
                M 110H (+2.3): G Holloway 13.04
                First of all, damn you for beating me to the punch! (Only joking!)

                But secondly, that's great to see the sisters running so well early season, even though the times were wind aided.

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                • #54
                  At the Kanaguri Memorial yesterday there was a very good debut at 10,000 for 20yo Ririka Hironaka (14:59 PB at 5000). She won in 31:30.03 (15:58 / 15:32), 5 seconds outside the Olympic standard.

                  The early pace didn't help her cause, the pacer starting the race with 3:13 and 3:20 kilometres before Hironaka decided to push it on.

                  Running with Yuka Ando to 8km the pace continued to that point at 31:55 tempo and she left herself too much to do for the standard (5:52 needed for the final 2km), especially given that she hasn't got great speed at 1500/3000. Nevertheless she took off with 2km to go and ran 2:59 & 2:58 for those 2 final kilometres.

                  I'd imagine she's looking at doubling in Tokyo and she should comfortably get the standard at the Japanese 10,000m Championships in 3 weeks' time. With Hitomi Niiya and maybe also Mao Ichiyama in that race it's likely to be fast.

                  You can watch the race from the 9 hour 33 minute mark at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVuCt_Ol7ws. Hironaka is in her already trademark pink cap with hip number 2.

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                  • #55
                    Still 17 year old U20 athlete Christine Mboma (Namibia) - 400m - 49.24s in Lusaka, Zambia. U20WR (A) - Stadium in Lusaka is 1279m AMSL. Taken an almost 30 year old record from Grit Breuer, Germany. (49.42s) This obviously all assumes record ratification.

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                    • #56
                      That is quite astonishingly fast. Fellow 17 year old Beatrice Masilingi also under 50 in that race.

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                      • #57
                        Originally posted by Occasional Hope View Post
                        That is quite astonishingly fast. Fellow 17 year old Beatrice Masilingi also under 50 in that race.
                        For the birds; have a look at the young womans PBs as late as 27th March; 50.97 for 400m; she is a carthorse in the 200m; best of over 25 secs and not a glimmer of special talent in the 800m.
                        I do not believe that this woman of nearly 18 years suddenly ran an amazing time alleged of sub 49.50.

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                        • #58
                          could be a special track or the timing was hand timed badly or the electrics was not functioning.

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                          • Laps
                            Laps commented
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                            Dubious, like the times/wind guage(s) in Florida.

                        • #59
                          To add to the above - she competed on lane 1 and had a very late start - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEjK_nh8jRU

                          All sounds a bit...

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                          • #60
                            Oh wow, had not seen the vid... would have been 48.x with a proper start/reaction

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