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  • #31
    Originally posted by Ursus View Post

    Tremendous!!

    2nd on our all time list.

    He’s still not 25. Surely 80 is now a matter of time.
    so good to see. well done to him ; a bit of competition for our no. 1

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    • #32
      Its always the tough bit to get into relative consistency; So 76 plus is the aim for his next few meets.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by philipo View Post
        Its always the tough bit to get into relative consistency; So 76 plus is the aim for his next few meets.
        So far this season, Campbell has been doing precisely that. Most of his competitions he's been in, he's thrown between the 74-76m mark. Today's throw in Hungary was no fluke and isn't likely to be a one-off special effort either.

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        • #34
          Currently at the Hungarian GP Series meeting at Tatabanya, both Morgan Lake and Emily Borthwick have cleared 1.90m, Borthwick getting there the hard way with third time clearances at 1.87m and 1.90m. Next height is 1.93m

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          • #35
            At the same meeting, Richard Kilty runs 10.44 in coming 2nd to veteran Micheal Rodgers' 10.38 in heat 1 of the 100m. The final will be in a couple of hours time.

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            • Occasional Hope
              Occasional Hope commented
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              10.25 for Andy Robertson in the other heat.

          • #36
            Originally posted by RunUnlimited View Post
            Currently at the Hungarian GP Series meeting at Tatabanya, both Morgan Lake and Emily Borthwick have cleared 1.90m, Borthwick getting there the hard way with third time clearances at 1.87m and 1.90m. Next height is 1.93m
            And now Lake has cleared 1.92m on her second attempt!

            And Borthwick clears 1.92m on her third attempt! A new PB!
            Last edited by RunUnlimited; 05-06-21, 16:47.

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            • #37
              Borthwick!!! :-)

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              • #38
                Sorry. Getting a bit carried away. (I blame #MommyRocket.)

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                • #39
                  Lake close at 1.94, but no cigar. Gerashchenko looked in just a tad better form today.

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                  • #40
                    Any predictions for the 10K in Birmingham this Evening? Marc Scott has been quite spiky (see below) and it wouldn't actually shock me if he beat Mo Farah. Would love to see Jake Smith get the standard too but it could be touch and go. Apparently the pacemakers have been instructed to go out at 27:20 pace. There is also Wavelight Technology there but I am not sure if that will be at the same pace or if that will be set for the actual standard itself.

                    In the Women's race McColgan should be top Brit. I think Judd; Markovc and Ockendon could all get the standard too. The weather looks to be playing ball.

                    Marc Scott has "no fear" taking on Mo Farah - AW (athleticsweekly.com)

                    The European Athletics previews also lead on the Brits but do obviously include a wider preview of the events.

                    McColgan leads European 10,000m Cup hopefuls on the road to Tokyo | European Athletics (european-athletics.com)

                    Focus of attention on Farah at the European 10,000m Cup | European Athletics (european-athletics.com)

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                    • #41
                      British women a bit off the qualifying pace at the moment - fine for McColgan who already has the standard but not looking good for the others like Ockenden and Judd or Markovc who is even further back

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                      • #42
                        Jessica Judd gets the qualifying time as 2nd British runner - well done.

                        Teferi was a class apart though.

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                        • drobbie
                          drobbie commented
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                          until the end obviously when mcclogan caught her

                        • Occasional Hope
                          Occasional Hope commented
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                          A mere detail, LOL. (I actually missed that, I was concentrating on Judd and her time )

                      • #43
                        Originally posted by Occasional Hope View Post
                        Jessica Judd gets the qualifying time as 2nd British runner - well done.

                        Teferi was a class apart though.
                        She got beat! Eilish ran her down at the line.

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                        • #44
                          Cracking last 4 laps by McColgan and Judd!

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                          • LuckySpikes
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                            And another Albanian NR for Luiza Gega, 32:16, improving her own record by 15s.

                        • #45
                          Fair play to McColgan and Judd, they really stepped up in the last 1K. Eilish overhauled Teferi the long time leader with Judd doing enough to punch her ticket to Tokyo. Verity Ockendon dropped off sadly so will have to try again in the 5K in Manchester in 3 weeks time.

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