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  • #91
    British men not taking advantage of the altitude in the 400. Metzger the fastest Brit, 46.27, Rhoden-Stevens 46.34.

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    • #92
      Women doing better

      Laviai Nielsen gets a european qualifier with 51.7
      Carys McAuley PB 52.86
      Natasha Harrison PB - 52.87
      Hannah Williams - SB 52.88
      Amy Hilliard - SB 52.93
      Last edited by Loop-guru; 11-06-22, 13:02.

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      • #93
        Krystal Awuah 11.36 (1.8) legal SB

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        • carterhatch
          carterhatch commented
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          I want to ask/is there a case to be answered ... is Ms. Awuah one of those young speedsters [another example MLF] where their natural speed marks them out at a very early stage, but then they start to 'train' as a spinter, somehow 'technique' gets in the way of that god-given gift. Only asking, as her PB is from 2018 and hopes were very high that she would improve on that rapidly...

        • Occasional Hope
          Occasional Hope commented
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          Another SB of 11.27 in the final.

        • trevorp
          trevorp commented
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          Windy (+2.4) 11.27 in the final.

      • #94
        Miguel Perera in the 110MH new pb and commonwealth games standard with one week of the window for qualifying times remaining 13.6

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        • Occasional Hope
          Occasional Hope commented
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          David King a touch slower in 13.61. He doesn't seem to have sustained his indoor form.

      • #95
        Another pretty shabby stream by Vinco - completely devoid of any on-screen graphics and choppy pictures at times.

        They should just let the Swiss Athletics Federation produce it and overlay their own commentary. The Swiss fed usually do a great job, with multiple cameras, good close-ups and all the on-screen graphics you need.

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        • Runner88
          Runner88 commented
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          Would you expect anything less from Vinco… Yet to watch a good quality streamed meet on there unfortunately

        • LuckySpikes
          LuckySpikes commented
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          I'm watching the Women's Spanish Club Championships Final now on LaLigaSportsTV, another service that provides most of their streams (and all athletics streams) for free. And the difference could be measured in light years! A really professional production from them, great coverage with multiple cameras and loads of on-screen graphics to keep you informed.

      • #96
        Jess Hunter lowers her pb to 13.09. Backed up with 13.12 in the final.
        Last edited by Occasional Hope; 11-06-22, 16:02.

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        • #97
          51.22 pb and world qualifier for Zoey Clark. Her previous best was in 2018 and tbh I wasn't expecting her to return to that form, so well done.

          SB 51.31 for Ama Pipi also a qualifying time although I think she already had it from last year. Good time to come back into form though.
          Last edited by Occasional Hope; 11-06-22, 16:57.

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          • carterhatch
            carterhatch commented
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            pleased for Zoe Clark - She has really persisted. I hope she is able to be part of Scotland relay at CG that might exceed expectations for a medal [see my comment on other thread]

        • #98
          45.56 pb for Joseph Brier puts him 2nd on the British list for this year and gives him a Euro qualifier.

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          • Occasional Hope
            Occasional Hope commented
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            It's only about 300m above sea level. About the same as Lausanne which is on the same lake.

          • carterhatch
            carterhatch commented
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            thanks OH

          • trevorp
            trevorp commented
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            It's La Chaux-de-Fonds that's way up there at 992m altitude. Geneva's at 375.

        • #99
          Ian Hodge reports some good women's hammer results: 69.68 for Katie Head and 69.27 for Charlotte Payne.

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          • Nick Percy extends his disc PB to 64.95.

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            • 15.06.25 pb for Calli Thackery at Watford. Very strong run.

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              • At the Gouden Spike in Leiden (NED) today ...

                Great effort by Sam Atkin to get the Eugene standard in the 10,000 but he was just short again. At 6000m he and Iliass Aouani (ITA) were bang on schedule for the necessary 27:28 but then it started to go south. By 8000m Atkin was on his own and by 9000 he had fallen 10s off schedule. He couldn't quite pull it back in the last 1000, finishing in 27:33.52. Jake Smith was 7th in 28:14.10.

                Scott Lincoln won the Shot, 20.66, from Marcus Thomsen.

                Sara Kolak threw a big SB, 62.62, and had 2 other throws over 61m. Rebekah Walton was 3rd with 56.54

                Nafi Thiam LJ'd 6.54 (+2.4), good for 2nd behind Jogaile Petrokaite (LTU), 6.56 (almost a PB).

                Yassine Hethat (ALG) won the 800 in 1:44.80.

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                • Elise Thorner 5th in the NCAA final. She has the dubious distinction of bieing the only one in the race, apart from the girl who finished last, not to run a PB.

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                  • Originally posted by Occasional Hope View Post
                    15.06.25 pb for Calli Thackery at Watford. Very strong run.
                    Per Ian Hodge on Twitter, last night Sarah Inglis in Portland, Oregon, ran 15:05.51, a near 11 second improvement on her lifetime best. She becomes the 3rd Brit to run under the WC standard (15:10.00), joining Jess Judd and Thackery. (Technically the 4th as Elish McColgan ran 15:00.75 at the 5K mark of that outstanding 10,000m Scottish record last week).

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                    • Another British woman gets the world standard for 5000: 15.05.51 pb for Sarah Inglis in Portland. Starting to look as if it could be a competitive race at the trials if everyone shows up.

                      At the same meeting, 1.46.64 for Josh Kerr over 800.

                      13.20 .12 Euro standard for Pat Dever, not massively far outside his PB, and a less impressive 13.22.15 for Marc Scott, in a different race.

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