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  • World Under 20 championships, Cali: Day 3, 3 August 2022

    LOCAL TIME MY TIME SEX EVENT ROUND
    08:30 14:30 W 100 Metres Hurdles Heptathlon
    09:00 15:00 M 3000 Metres Heats
    09:11 15:11 W Hammer Throw Qualification - Group A
    09:35 15:35 M 3000 Metres Steeplechase Heats
    09:40 15:40 W High Jump Heptathlon
    09:45 15:45 W Long Jump Qualification
    10:25 16:25 M 400 Metres Hurdles Heats
    10:30 16:30 W Hammer Throw Qualification - Group B
    11:25 17:25 M 200 Metres Heats

    AFTERNOON SESSION

    LOCAL TIME MY TIME SEX EVENT ROUND
    15:00 21:00 W Shot Put Heptathlon
    15:05 21:05 W 400 Metres Hurdles Semi-Final
    15:35 21:35 M 200 Metres Semi-Final
    15:55 21:55 W Pole Vault Final
    16:05 22:05 W 100 Metres Semi-Final
    16:30 22:30 W 200 Metres Heptathlon
    17:00 23:00 W 400 Metres Semi-Final
    17:14 23:14 W Discus Throw Final
    17:25 23:25 M 400 Metres Semi-Final
    17:55 23:55 M 1500 Metres Final
    18:10 00:10 W 800 Metres Final
    18:25 00:25 M 110m Hurdles (99.0cm) Final
    18:35 00:35 W 100 Metres

    Ella Rush and Eloise Hind go in the heptathlon.

    Nia WG and Joy Eze in the w100.

    Molly Palmer in LJ qualifying

    Okoh in the 400h heats

    Jeriel Quainoo in the 200 heats

    Then in the evening session, Yemi Mary John in the semi final, and Ethan Hussey and Abigail Ives in their finals

  • #2
    LOL... for a brief moment I was very confused by the header 'My Time Sex Event' ... I've been to Bangkok and one can imagine that as a chat up line hahahaha ...

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    • Mikka
      Mikka commented
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      A cheeky bit a solicitation to break up the serious athletics chat

  • #3
    We also have athletes in the women's 400H semis, PV and DT finals.

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    • #4
      PB for Ella Rush in 100 hurdles.

      And now also for Eloise Hind.
      Last edited by hemlock; 03-08-22, 14:41.

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      • #5
        Not to go on about Meadowsisms. but I'd have thought Sato was a simple surname to manage...

        ...but no, Keita Sota currently leads the second heat of the 3000m.

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        • #6
          I am hoping for God bless in the 100m tonightšŸ˜

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          • #7
            Out with the Colemanballs and in with the Meadowsisms. I guess Coleman was, along with the amusing slips, the go-to commentator for quite a few years. I think that a parallel can be drawn - neither perfect, but both able to communicate the excitement through a very obvious enthusiasm and empathy.
            Jenny last night: "I am speechless. And that is not good for a commentator!" --- Outstanding.

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            • #8
              Oi Oi. The Blue Wildebeest coming up in the 200 heats in a few minutes.
              (Wait, have I got that right guys!?! ;-) )

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              • #9
                19.98! In the heat.


                Oh and meanwhile, Eloise Hind 1.78 =PB in the HJ.

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                • #10
                  That puts Eloise in 4th place after two events, and well within reach of a medal at this stage.

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                  • Occasional Hope
                    Occasional Hope commented
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                    Although she's a very poor shot putter which is the next event.

                  • Mikka
                    Mikka commented
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                    She's slight and small, so a tough event for her. Similar build to JEH (but a slightly better PB) at that age, and JEH managed to turn it into a decent event.

                • #11
                  51.13 pb for Okoh and through to the next round.

                  6.31 pb for Molly Palmer sees her to the LJ final and one of the best efforts too.

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                  • #12
                    Decent qualification from Quainoo, 2nd in his heat.

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                    • #13
                      Originally posted by Occasional Hope View Post
                      Decent qualification from Quainoo, 2nd in his heat.
                      A good run by Quainoo and tonight we see the semis. Well worth staying up for some fascinating finals.

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                      • #14
                        No one is going to be beating Tebogo. As long as he avoids false starting, he's pretty nailed on to do the double.

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                        • #15
                          I had Quainoo down for a medal, and still a good chance after seeing the heats, but was surprised by how easy the Israeli looked.

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