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  • philipo
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    Listen, posters are all passing judgements all the time. No apologies!
    Edoburun a couple of years ago was being hyped up here by some posters: he should be better or is he another injured athlete.

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  • Grassmarket
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    Ojie Edoboron 10.52 in Turku. Work to do.

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  • MysteryBrick
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    Philipo will never miss an opportunity to pass some judgement.

  • drobbie
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    Originally posted by philipo View Post
    AshaPhilip,Lansiquot and Awuah are running poorly this year. Unimpressed!
    its heats and then a final mate, i would expect them to go faster later on

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  • philipo
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    AshaPhilip,Lansiquot and Awuah are running poorly this year. Unimpressed!

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  • MysteryBrick
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    The only one this year, but Proctor, Ugen and Irozuru all have it from 2019

  • MysteryBrick
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    Katie won't be upsetting the applecart, she is my firm choice for 2nd behind Muir at the trials given I expect Reekie to do the 800 and McColgan and Weightman the 5000

  • Occasional Hope
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    That makes sense.

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  • RunUnlimited
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    Originally posted by Occasional Hope View Post
    She's a fair way off a qualifying time in the 800, but has it at 1500. What's she running at the trials?
    She's down for the 1500m.

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  • RunUnlimited
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    Originally posted by philipo View Post

    in the event that our athletes mess about at the trials, Kate is the sort of athlete who might just upset the applecart.
    Her, Oskan-Clarke, Segrave, Ellie Baker (if she doesn't get the standard by the British Championships) or maybe even someone like Boffey could sneak in.

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  • Occasional Hope
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    She's a fair way off a qualifying time in the 800, but has it at 1500. What's she running at the trials?

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  • philipo
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    Originally posted by paul View Post
    In prague:

    Katie Snowden PB in 800m 2:01.58 (Or maybe not quite a PB, but fastest for a few years anyway.)
    https://www.memorial-odlozil.cz/app/...list-33009.pdf

    Definitely a PB for George Mills in the 15. 3:36 and bits.
    in the event that our athletes mess about at the trials, Kate is the sort of athlete who might just upset the applecart.

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  • paul
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    In prague:

    Katie Snowden PB in 800m 2:01.58 (Or maybe not quite a PB, but fastest for a few years anyway.)
    https://www.memorial-odlozil.cz/app/...list-33009.pdf

    Definitely a PB for George Mills in the 15. 3:36 and bits.
    Last edited by paul; 07-06-21, 18:58.

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  • carterhatch
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    'Ben Williams was starting his season by jumping in Finland today but seems to have fouled every attempt. Out of practice?'

    and all the way to Finland for that? Look, I have never been a professional athlete, but can someone explain to me why, given travel restirictions/quarantine in the worst pandemic in my lifetime, that you would choose this as your opener, as opposed to all the 'league' matches across the UK, yesterday, where, incidentally, young Jade O'Dowda landed a PB in shot up....

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  • Occasional Hope
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    Ben Williams was starting his season by jumping in Finland today but seems to have fouled every attempt. Out of practice?

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