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  • CAML
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    If Samba doesn't hit a hurdle in the final he could cause a real shock.

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  • RunUnlimited
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    Samba stepping through hurdles, still ran sub 47.5. Dos Santos is looking very impressive to win that semifinal in another Area record, 47.31. Sibilio with a late charge goes sub 48 seconds for the first time, 47.93. Becomes the 12th European to go under that barrier all time, and the 2nd Italian, behind 1999 world champion and Italian record holder, Fabrizio Mori (47.54)
    Last edited by RunUnlimited; 01-08-21, 14:27.

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  • Occasional Hope
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    47.31 pb for dos Santos.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Another South American Record for dos Santos! 47.31. Samba's best time for a long time, 47.47.

    Brilliant PB for Sibilio, 47.93,.

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  • Occasional Hope
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    Pretty impressive TJ too - 15.01 for Mamona in second.

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  • RunUnlimited
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    Mamona with a national record of 15.01 m!

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Haven't seen much oif the TJ - Mamona sitting in 2nd with a 14.91 NR behind Rojas, 15.41.

    Scratch! Mamona improves to 15.01 !

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  • Occasional Hope
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    Maybe, but he stopped Benjamin beating him. We'll have to see who can pull it out in the final.

  • marra
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    You reckon? I though Warholm looked like he was putting more into that than Benjamin.

  • Christy93
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    What a HJ competition we have here.

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  • RunUnlimited
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    Tamberi! 2.37!

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  • Occasional Hope
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    That was a totally stacked semi. Warholm told Benjamin who was boss there.

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  • CAML
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    Nedasekau is a beast of a competitor.

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  • marra
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    I agree that he'll be disappointed and it absolutely was a missed opportunity. Maybe Rowden didn't trust his kick enough given his issues and wanted to hold back until he was confident he could use it fully? It's definitely something he needs to learn from, but that's life.

    But as someone else said, unless you are Rudisha, the 800 is such a dogfight. There's a bunch of people missing the final who, judging by our predictions, we all thought would be medalling ahead of Rowden!

  • RunUnlimited
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    Now Nedasekau is clear on 2.37! Into 2nd place.

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