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  • #16
    Very poor that there was no live stream for the Manchester World Indoor Tour meeting! The promised 30 minute highlights video hasn't materialised yet either. Instead, all we got were some 5 second videos on AW's Twitter.

    I don't know about the 3 new Chinese meetings but ALL of the other meetings on the World Indoor Tour will be live streamed or broadcast on TV.
    Last edited by LuckySpikes; 23-01-22, 12:46.

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    • Occasional Hope
      Occasional Hope commented
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      Agree - pretty rubbish effort from the promoters.

  • #17
    After her pb at 60 recently, Amber Anning has run a pb at 200, 23.38.

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    • LoveSprints1
      LoveSprints1 commented
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      Amber slowed to the line in the 200m from the video posted online, so a lot more to come from the looks of it.

  • #18
    Eugene Amo-Dadzie ran 6.60 for 60m at the London Indoor Games yesterday. Holly Mills shaved her 60H PB to 8.19. I think she many have done some other events as well.

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    • carterhatch
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      Power of Ten is saying Holly Mills matched her PB in the SP with 14.03, she must be happy with that.
      Last edited by carterhatch; 24-01-22, 14:56.

    • LoveSprints1
      LoveSprints1 commented
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      Waiting to see her HJ result from London Games. Results not on Po10 from Sunday. Interesting that none of our leading Heptathletes seems to be entered into the World Indoor trials. Saving everything for the Summer perhaps or do they get a bye?

    • Occasional Hope
      Occasional Hope commented
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      Andy Robertson and Jeremiah Azu both ran 6.60 as well on Saturday, at Manchester.

  • #19
    Lovesprints - Combined Events entries for World Indoors are Top 5 from outdoors last year; 2021 Combined Events Challenge Winner; Top 5 from Indoors 2022 and 1 Other at the discretion of World Athletics. I know KJT is definitely not doing indoors. Holly is doing a Pentathlon in Estonia in a couple of weeks time - I guess if she gets a decent score there she will probably do World Indoors.

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    • drobbie
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      emerson? any news

  • #20
    There is now a 43 minute highlights video of the Manchester World Indoor Tour meeting at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtNKppnIyww

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    • #21
      Originally posted by Ladyloz View Post
      Lovesprints - Combined Events entries for World Indoors are Top 5 from outdoors last year; 2021 Combined Events Challenge Winner; Top 5 from Indoors 2022 and 1 Other at the discretion of World Athletics. I know KJT is definitely not doing indoors. Holly is doing a Pentathlon in Estonia in a couple of weeks time - I guess if she gets a decent score there she will probably do World Indoors.
      Thank you Ladyloz

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      • #22
        Early big names signing up for the Brum indoors.

        https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/athletics/60151930

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        • #23
          Emily Borthwick 1.91 WL in Karlsruhe! Could last for anything up to 23 hours!

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          • #24
            Very good start to the year for Emily Borthwick, equalling her indoor PB and sharing the WL with 1.91 at Karlsruhe.

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            • drobbie
              drobbie commented
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              all credit to her after the awful last couple of months she must have had

            • trickstat
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              Some good scalps there as she had the lowest PB in the comp!

          • #25
            Andy Pozzi otoh was hitting hurdles all over the place.

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            • #26
              Andrew Pozzi, managed to his 60% of his hurdles. 🙄

              Dead last! 😰

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              • #27
                Elliott Giles just managed to win the 800.

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                • Grassmarket
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                  Always have to beware of the wide guy in indoor racing!

              • #28
                Jaz Sawyers in NY: not her best day, 4 NJs & 6.17 only.

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                • #29
                  European indoor 3000m champion Amy Eloise Markovc came 4th in the women's 3000m at the Millrose Games with 8:49.49, trailing quite a way back behind the American winner Alicia Monson who's finishing time of 8:31.62 was not only a personal best and a WL, but also a Millrose Games record and the fastest time ever run in that arena too.

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                • #30
                  Remarkable finish by the New Zealander Beamish plus a NR for him at 3000.

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                  • RunUnlimited
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                    It was a belting race all round. The two US Collegiate rivals Cooper Teare and Cole Hocker, both set substantial PBs in their first race as professional athletes, Teare pipped on the line by the storming New Zealander Beamish with a time of 7:39.61, with Hocker a step behind in 7:39.83
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