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  • marilyn1
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    McColgan looks awful

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  • marilyn1
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    Can we borrow a Norwegian pole vault?

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  • RunUnlimited
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    In direct contrast to McKinna's continued struggles with her new technique, over in Spain and the Castellon meeting, Amelia Strickler won the shot put there with 18.18m, a new PB!

  • RunUnlimited
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    Femke Bol, streets ahead of the rest in the Oslo DL 400m hurdles, winning in a meeting record 52.61(!).

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  • Ursus
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    Deeply underwhelming 16.64 from McKinna. If that’s rotational it’s not championship ready.

    Won by Ealey becoming the 2nd women over 20m this year with 20.13.

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  • Ursus
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    A complete set of heavy throws in Oslo!! wSP. mHT and wDT.

    No spear though. Wouldn’t have happened in the Thork’s day.

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  • Ladyloz
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    Good.to see India producing some depth across different events.

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  • Christy93
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    Originally posted by treadwater1 View Post
    As well as their 3 men over 8.15 in the long jump, India now have 3 men over 17m in the triple jump, and another on 16.99. Early signs of a Chopra effect perhaps
    13 (thirteen) men over 75m in Javelin and 22 over 70m. A startling 49 men over 65m so far in 2022. Four men over 80m, Chopra by far the eldest with the others all U23s.

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  • treadwater1
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    As well as their 3 men over 8.15 in the long jump, India now have 3 men over 17m in the triple jump, and another on 16.99. Early signs of a Chopra effect perhaps

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  • Ursus
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    Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post
    Ursus ... so close for Oliver Helander, 89.83 PB.
    Thanks LS. Only just picked up on that. The Finns dare to dream again....

    Then again there's some competition at the top now Chopra was second in a new NR of 89.30. That makes 2 over 90 and 4 more over 89 this year with Vetter and Hofmann keeping a bit of powder dry so far too.

    Nice to Stahl wake up from his slumber. Him vs Ceh will be worth watching.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    At the CITIUS Meeting in Bern ...

    A NR in the 200 for Mujinga Kambundji, 22.19 (0.0). Ashleigh Nelson 3rd in 23.14 & del Ponte 4th in 23.15.

    W 100H: 1 Ditaji Kambundji 12.77 PB
    W 400: 1 Klaver 51.21 ... 3 Zoey Clark 51.56
    W 800: 1 Jenny Selman 2:00.86 (outdoor PB)
    W LJ: 1 Ese Brume 6.92 (0.0)

    M 400: 1 Kevin Borlee 45.12, 2 Dylan Borlee 45.18, 3 Trevor Stewart (USA) 45.36
    M 400H: 1 Julien Watrin (BEL) 48.90
    Kyle Langford won a pedestrian 800 in 1:47 and bits.

    The pair who were presenting the program could really give Gabby & Denise a run for their money! In a 45 minute programme (uninterrupted by adverts) we saw a grand total of 5 sprint races and 1 Pole vault attempt!

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  • Occasional Hope
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    What a shame. One can only hope the thief came off worse.

  • Occasional Hope
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    But will everyone double (triple in the case of the Brits)? She's definitely putting herself in the conversation anyway.

  • Grassmarket
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    News from Poland is that Wlodarczyk’s heroic anti-crime efforts have put her out of the two majors.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Yeah, fair enough. But there's still Hodgkinson, Rekie & Lamote to contend with. And Alex Bell if she can get it together.
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