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  • #16
    Disappointing to se Charlie Dobson DNS, hope not injured.

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    • trickstat
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      That's a pity as Look East on the BBC did a preview item yesterday featuring him and Sophie McKinna.

  • #17
    Some encouraging runs, but it has the be said, the number of names missing from the womens 60 is disappointing. I guess a lot of people are giving indoors a miss due to the 5yr cycle just gone.

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    • Occasional Hope
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      The three outdoor champs this summer possibly more of a factor?

    • Occasional Hope
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      Our top male sprinters all seem to be giving it a miss too.

  • #18
    Jessie Knight made it look easy in qualifying for the women's 400m, well ahead of European junior silver medallist Mary John.

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    • #19
      Easy win for Keely in her heat.

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      • #20
        Keely was in 2nd gear throughout her heat of the 400m, and won at a canter in 53.62.

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        • #21
          Good run by Thomas Somers, indoor PB, second fastest Brit this year behind Ed Faulds.

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          • #22
            I'd love to be proved wrong, but I can't say I'm expecting much from this men's TJ.

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            • #23
              Originally posted by Occasional Hope View Post
              I'd love to be proved wrong, but I can't say I'm expecting much from this men's TJ.
              It's a sad, sad state of affairs for men's triple jump right now in the UK. The only hope it seems is Daniel Falode, and he's not here.

              Ok, maybe I was being a bit harsh since 17 meter man Ben Williams is competing, but he's not been in his 2019 form for awhile now.
              Last edited by RunUnlimited; 26-02-22, 13:42.

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              • Occasional Hope
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                Since 2019 in fact and that was the only year he ever jumped over 17.

              • Occasional Hope
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                And unfortunately seems to have injured himself today.

            • #24
              Some quietly impressive runs in the 400s, Hannah Williams and Tom Somers in particular

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              • #25
                Originally posted by treadwater1 View Post
                Some quietly impressive runs in the 400s, Hannah Williams and Tom Somers in particular
                Teenager Sam Reardon was another one.

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                • #26
                  Kyle Langford DNS and Sally Gunnell and John Bigg's son, Luca Bigg, is also a non starter in the men's 800m heats.

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                  • #27
                    Oh dear oh dear..... The injury jinx strikes Ben Williams yet again.....

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                    • #28
                      Cheyanne Evans-Gray wins the opening semi-final of the women's 60m in 7.25, once again running within the World Indoor quali time of 7.30. Alisha Rees came 2nd in a PB of 7.32

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                      • #29
                        Super run from Jeremiah Azu, 6.56 pb and top of the UK rankings.

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                        • #30
                          Jeremiah Azu with a great new PB of 6.56 to beat Andrew Robertson in the 2nd semi final of the 60m!

                          That moves Azu up to =21st in the world this year, and to =18th on the UK all time list
                          Last edited by RunUnlimited; 26-02-22, 15:23.

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