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  • Originally posted by marilyn1 View Post

    Lucky, thanks for the Youtube website ref you gave us the other day;full of good stuff, particularly happy to see the mens 400m semis in the NCAAs, where Allison and Ross ran low 44s and did not seem too stressed; will be hot final tomorrow early, maybe sub 44 secs
    That link you referred to hasn't uploaded any videos since Day 1 but https://www.youtube.com/c/NCAAChampionships/videos has videos of track finals. I've also added that to the relevant document in the LSL thread.

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    • Sprint double for Joseph Fanbulleh running 10.00 and 19.83. Not sure what happened to Micah Williams, he didn't appear injured but was only 7th in 10.19.

      13.00 for Trey Cunningham.in the.sprint hurdles, 3rd for Josh Zeller.

      Randolph Ross won back to back titles in the 400m with 44.13. Also Sean Burrell in the 400H after an indifferent season.

      Moad Zahafi with a sub 1:45 clocking to win the 800.

      Surprise defeat for Alekna in the Discus. Anna Hall on for another PB score, let's see what she runs in the 800 after running the 400H 15 minutes earlier.

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      • Occasional Hope
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        Fahnbulleh possibly a threat for the WCs at 200? He competes internationally for Liberia. Hall would be on for another pb if not for that hurdles race which has got to take it out of her.

      • trickstat
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        I think Hall is aiming to make sure that her lead is so big after 6 events that she can run a very steady 800 if she feels very tired after the 400H.

    • Senbere Teferi won the New York Mini 10k (Women's only race) in 30:43. Peres Jepchirchir seemed to clip Teferi's heels with about 3km to go and fell hard. She finished 5th in 31:19. Keira D'Amato was the top American, 3rd in 31:03. Emily Sisson 7th in 31:29. No idea what Charlotte Purdue ran (the leaderboard only goes 10 deep) but she was well off the front within the first mile.

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      • 13.48 pb for Sasha Zhoya over the senior hurdles in Geneva.

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        • Spanish NR in the Hammer for Laura Redondo at the Women's Spanish Club Championships Final - 71.63, improving her own record by 23cm. The standard for Munich is 71.80 but she's currently comfortably within the Rankings quota spots.
          Last edited by LuckySpikes; 11-06-22, 16:49.

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          • World Qualifiers over 400m at Athletica Geneva.

            Zoey Clark PB of 51.22
            Ama Pipi SB of 51.31

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            • And another Spanish NR at the same event for 21yo Sara Gallego in the 400H, running 54.87, improving her own record from 55.20.

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              • Anita Wlodarczyk might be out of the WCs following surgery: Anita Wlodarczyk: Polish hammer thrower to have surgery after thwarting car thief - BBC Sport

                Obviously not someone to get on the wrong side of

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                • After a SB in the Javelin Anna Hall now on 5578. Under normal circumstances she would be set to score 6600+ but the 400H will take something out of her. I think she can still PB though.

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                  • No - 6385. Still a commanding victory plus second in the hurdles.

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                    • Yes Hall was unsurprisingly cream crackered in the 800.

                      Abby Steiner won the big 200 showdown with Favour Ofili running 21.8 and also ran an impressive looking 4x4 leg and was 3rd in the 100m won by Julien Alfred.

                      I was also particularly impressed by Courtney Wayment in the Steeplechase and Talitha Diggs in the 400.

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                      • Well worth watching Abby Steiner's 21.80 200m run. The question now is whether she can maintain her form through the US Championships in a couple of weeks time until the World Championships.

                        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OdlQ0P16N24
                        Last edited by Chafford1; 12-06-22, 11:43.

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                      • And Steiner's 3rd leg on the 400m relay is also very impressive! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L9dcceSXnyE

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                        • trickstat
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                          Her split was 48.92 which doesn't surprise as she took 2-3 seconds out of some of the other women on her leg.

                          I can certainly see her running in the US 4x4 team if she qualifies for the 200m. The US could field a superb team with no flat 400 specialists with her, Mu, McLaughlin and Muhammad.
                          Last edited by trickstat; 12-06-22, 11:25.

                        • MysteryBrick
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                          Incredible leg. Gabby Thomas also has sub-50 credentials from the Ivy League Championships a while back.

                      • McLaughlin is running the 400 flat tonight, I thought we might see a low 49 from her, however the weather doesn’t look like it will be conducive to quick times

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                        • Originally posted by treadwater1 View Post
                          McLaughlin is running the 400 flat tonight, I thought we might see a low 49 from her, however the weather doesn’t look like it will be conducive to quick times
                          Just about every meeting this year so far , in DL meets and other CT meets has either had cool, rainy,and windy conditions or combinations of all three. Just spring though. Is it that Pacific water temperature condition 🙄

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