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  • Tokyo Olympics day 5 - Tuesday 3 August

    1:00 Men's Triple Jump Qualification
    1:05 's 1500m Round 1 - Heat 1 – Kerr, Cheruiyot, Tefera, Hocker, Hoare, Filip Ingebrigtsen
    1:16 Men's 1500m Round 1 - Heat 2 – Wightman, Centrowitz, Kipsang, Lewandowski
    1:20 Women's Javelin Throw Qualification - Group A – Andrejczyk, Khaladovich, Kolak, Lyu
    1:27 Men's 1500m Round 1 - Heat 3 – Heyward, Jakob Ingebrigtsen, McSweyn, El Bakkali, Souleiman, Simotwo, Lemi
    1:45 Women's 400m Round 1 - Heat 1 - SMU
    1:53 Women's 400m Round 1 - Heat 2 – Jodie Williams, Hayes, Montsho
    2:01 Women's 400m Round 1 - Heat 3 – Pipi, Felix, Vondrova
    2:09 Women's 400m Round 1 - Heat 4 – Yeargin, Candice McLeod, Bolingo
    2:17 Women's 400m Round 1 - Heat 5 - McPherson
    2:25 Women's 400m Round 1 - Heat 6 – Jonathas, Klaver
    2:50 Women's Long Jump Final
    2:50 Women's Javelin Throw Qualification - Group B – Hussong, Malone, Barber, Spotakova
    3:05 Men's 200m Round 1 - Heat 1 – Oduduru, Dwyer
    3:13 Men's 200m Round 1 - Heat 2 – Sani Brown, Jereem Richards, Maswanganyi
    3:21 Men's 200m Round 1 - Heat 3 – de Grasse, Ogunode
    3:29 Men's 200m Round 1 - Heat 4 – Gemili, Knighton, Alonso Edward
    3:37 Men's 200m Round 1 - Heat 5 – Fahnbulleh, Aaron Brown
    3:45 Men's 200m Round 1 - Heat 6 – NMB, Bednarek
    3:53 Men's 200m Round 1 - Heat 7 – Lyles, Forte, Leon Reid
    4:20 Men's 400m Hurdles Final

    11:10 Men's 110m Hurdles Round 1 - Heat 1 – Pozzi, Levy, Belocian
    11:15 Men's Shot Put Qualification - Group A - Buckowiecki
    11:18 Men's 110m Hurdles Round 1 - Heat 2 – Roberts, Damion Thomas
    11:20 Men's Pole Vault Final
    11:26 Men's 110m Hurdles Round 1 - Heat 3 – Holloway, Parchment, Shubenkov
    11:34 Men's 110m Hurdles Round 1 - Heat 4 – King, Ortega, Izumiya
    11:42 Men's 110m Hurdles Round 1 - Heat 5 – Allen, Kanai, Martinot-Lagarde
    11:56 Men's 5000m Round 1 - Heat 1 – Scott, Wale, Mo Ahmed
    12:16 Men's 5000m Round 1 - Heat 2 – Butchart, Katir, Kiplimo, Cheptegei
    12:35 Women's Hammer Throw Final
    12:40 Men's Shot Put Qualification - Group B – Lincoln, Crouser, Haratyk
    12:50 Men's 200m Semi-Final 1
    12:58 Men's 200m Semi-Final 2
    1:06 Men's 200m Semi-Final 3
    1:25 Women's 800m Final
    1:50 Women's 200m Final

  • #2
    I don't think I've ever known a shot put qualification where the 2 pools are not run at the same time from different circles. I have no idea why they are doing that as they didn't do it for the women and or for the decathlon and heptathlon?

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    • #3
      A lot of brits In action. Hopefully tomorrow starts a turn around

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      • #4
        Yes, hope the 1500 m men do better than the 800m men.

        And best of luck to Jemma and Keely in the w800 final!
        Occasional Hope
        Senior Member
        Last edited by Occasional Hope; 02-08-21, 18:34.

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        • #5
          If Mboma can get her start sorted I would love to see how fast she can go in the 200, when was the last time Namibia won an Olympic medal that wasn't won by Frankie Fredericks?

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          • Grassmarket
            Grassmarket
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            Grassmarket commented
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            And the answer is that not only is Frankie the only Namibian medallist, but that all four of his medals were silvers.

        • #6
          OK, fingers crossed for my "out there" bronze medal pick in the Women's Jav, Latvia's Anete Kocina.

          She's been ultra-consistent this season throwing between 62.44 & 63.70 in all 5 of her comps this season, distances that most of the field have struggled to hit with any regularity this year. This makes me believe (hope?!) that she's got a really big throw in her. 65 or 66-low might do for the bronze medal? Just get through tonight (Group A) and save that throw for the final!

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          • #7
            El Bakkali doubling in the 1500 (3:31.95 PB) - he's in Heat 3.

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            • #8
              Well, yikes...

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              • #9
                Josh Kerr relying on a little q ! Dearie me.

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                • #10
                  Careless from Kerr. Can't he count ? Crossed finger job now...

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                  • #11
                    3:36.29 should be OK to go through but if both the other heats have a decent early pace Kerr may be in trouble. Seems to have been a mix of a little mental and physical sluggishness in the last 40m or so there.

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                    • #12
                      62 first lap in heat 2 is good for Kerr.

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                      • #13
                        Lewandowski falls!

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                        • #14
                          Commentators bigging up Josh Kerr as a possible medal winner . Has to make the final first! A well done is always better than a well said!

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                          • #15
                            Lewandowski advanced? Didn't look like much, but we'll see.

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