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  • marilyn1
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    Shelley Anne looked smooth in her opening heat..
    10.70 , legal. Jackson easy in 10.98. The OG champ in 11.01 but nice and relaxed.
    The awful Richardson in the USA trials did not qualify for the semis...ran 11.31. The overrated Cole Hocker also failed to go through in his heat, in the 1500m.
    Fred kerley 9.83 in his heat. He is Amican no 1 for me in the 100m. No other sub 10s I recall.
    Noted at the Jamaican champs Oblique Sevill looked easy looking round, 9.98. If the wind is kind may see a nice sub 9.90. Johan Blake sub 10 ..still doing ok after 11 years.
    This w/e there will be more than 15 national champs... sure to shake up the quota list on WA rankings

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  • LuckySpikes
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    2.03 WL for Mahuchikh at the Brněnská laťka meeting in Brno (CZE) yesterday. Gerashchenko 2nd with 1.97.

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  • marilyn1
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    Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post
    At the Madrid Silver meeting there were 4 national records, all European women's ...

    Sara Fantini improved her own 74.86 NR in the Hammer, first to 75.76 and then to 75.77! Laura Redondo (ESP) added 37cm to her NR with 72.00.

    The other 2 NRs were for Denmark:

    Ida Karstoft (DEN) improved her 200m mark again, winning in 22.68 (-0.5). Paula Sevilla ran sub-23 for the first time, 22.86.

    In the 100H Mette Graversgaard won in 12.89 (-1.2), improving her recent NR by 0.03s. Sarah Lavin improved her PB by 0.01s to 12.93.

    Neele Eckhardt-Noack won the TJ with 14.48, a European Lead and outdoor PB.

    Luguelin Santos showed some form in the 400, winning in 45.09 SB ahead of Ireland's Christopher O'Donnell, 45.26 PB.

    Ellie Baker was a very good 2nd in the 1500, 4:06.64 SB, beating some good names like L Hall, Trost, Perez & Mezulianikova. After a 63.7s first lap the pace dropped to 68.8 on the 2nd lap, the altitude obviously doing them no favours.
    Great to see little Denmark has a decent short hurdler.

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  • treadwater1
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    Stahl threw 71.47 today to take the world lead from Ceh, the second best throw of his career. Mens discus could be particularly good in Eugene, Weisshaidinger has also thrown a NR this year

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post
    Don't sleep on the Balkan Championships this weekend. There's lots of good athletes competing and some nice line-ups. The details are now updated in the latest document in the Live Streaming Links thread. Startlists at http://www.balkan-athletics.eu/2022/...%20Craiova.pdf

    One thing that really stood out from the startlists ... ... Ivana Vuleta is in the Long Jump AND Triple Jump.

    Before last weekend she hadn't Triple Jumped in competition for 8 years but at the Vojvodina Championships (!) six days ago she jumped 13.80, improving her PB by 2cm. There's a nice field for that event with Karydi, Danismaz, Nacheva & Akgoz (TUR) who've all jumped 13.79 or better this year. So, she might not have it all her own way.
    On Day 1 of the Balkan Championships ...

    Vuleta won the TJ with 14.24 PB (+1.1) from Tugba Danismaz (TUR), 14.07.

    Luiza Gega won the Steeple in 9:17.89, her 2nd fastest time ever.

    Claudia Bobocea pipped Anita Horvat to the 800m title, 2:01.84 to 2:02.05.

    18yo Adriana Vilagos won the Javelin with 60.51.

    Three men jumped 8m in the LJ, headed by Gabriel Bitan (ROU), 8.07 (+1.7).

    Mikhailo Havryliuk (UKR) won the Hammer with 75.49, just edging Serghei Margiev, 75.24.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    At the Madrid Silver meeting there were 4 national records, all European women's ...

    Sara Fantini improved her own 74.86 NR in the Hammer, first to 75.76 and then to 75.77! Laura Redondo (ESP) added 37cm to her NR with 72.00.

    The other 2 NRs were for Denmark:

    Ida Karstoft (DEN) improved her 200m mark again, winning in 22.68 (-0.5). Paula Sevilla ran sub-23 for the first time, 22.86.

    In the 100H Mette Graversgaard won in 12.89 (-1.2), improving her recent NR by 0.03s. Sarah Lavin improved her PB by 0.01s to 12.93.

    Neele Eckhardt-Noack won the TJ with 14.48, a European Lead and outdoor PB.

    Luguelin Santos showed some form in the 400, winning in 45.09 SB ahead of Ireland's Christopher O'Donnell, 45.26 PB.

    Ellie Baker was a very good 2nd in the 1500, 4:06.64 SB, beating some good names like L Hall, Trost, Perez & Mezulianikova. After a 63.7s first lap the pace dropped to 68.8 on the 2nd lap, the altitude obviously doing them no favours.

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  • marilyn1
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    Reinstated. I e seen worse than that
    !!

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  • marilyn1
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    Sad for Giles...not this year methinks.

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  • Occasional Hope
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    Robert DQ, not a big surprise really, it was pretty blatant.

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  • RunUnlimited
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    At the Paris DL meeting, French 800m no.1 Benjamin Robert smashes his PB with a 1:43.75 as he barged through past Tony Van Diepen and countryman Tual to take the win in the last 30m or so. Aussie Peter Bol was 2nd and took apart the Area and National records with a 1:44.00. Van Diepen himself set a 2nd consecutive PB with 1:44.14 in 3rd place, while Gabriel Tual also ran a lifetime best with 1:44.23.

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  • Occasional Hope
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    Brilliant finish by Benjamin Robert in France, but it was definitely a bit physical there. In a champs there would be protests.

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  • Grassmarket
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    All of 500 miles away or whatever.

  • Ursus
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    Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post
    It's tipping it down in Kuortane, Finland for the Silver meeting.
    Must be relatively localised as we’re in Stockholm and it’s a glorious evening here…..

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  • LuckySpikes
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    The rain in Kuortane is bothering all the Women's Jav throwers except Liz Gleadle who's thrown a 63.33 SB. Two rounds to go.

    In the LJ Kristian Pulli nearly had a nasty accident, his foot slipping on the board and landing very awkwardly on one leg.
    Last edited by LuckySpikes; 18-06-22, 14:22.

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  • RunUnlimited
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    Yeah, heavy rain, expected to last several hours, and a "high" temperature of 14C throughout... Don't expect any worthwhile performances there, certainly nothing for anybody looking WC qualifying times/distances/heights.
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