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  • #31
    Nice run from Cameron Fillery in the 110m hurdles, gets 2nd place and qualifies for the final in the weekend, and he might have run a PB with a strong second half of the race. 13.64 (+0.6 m/s) just outside of his PB a very good run from the 20 year old. Winning the heat was Spain's Ortega who clocked 13.39 and looked comfortable.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Occasional Hope View Post
      Nice run by Cameron Fillery in the heats of the 110 hurdles - pb, 2nd place, and scalp of the guy who beat him in the u23s.
      Not quite a PB, 13.64 was Fillery's time, but as you said, be beat one of the athletes who finished ahead of him in the U-23's last month. A good run from the young lad.

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      • #33
        Kilty making that 200m heat, from a tough inside lane 2, look pretty easy as he wins it in 20.72 (+0.2 m/s), beating the newly crowned French 200m champion Fall (20.82) who is a specialist at the event. I'm telling you guys, Kilty is gonna be a decent 200m runner from now on.
        Last edited by RunUnlimited; 10-08-19, 01:14.

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        • #34
          Just gotta say, whoever designed that bobcat mascot for this event.... needs to find another job. It looks hideous!

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          • trickstat
            trickstat commented
            Editing a comment
            Wildlife pedant's corner - It would be a European Lynx. Only the American Lynx is called a Bobcat.

        • #35
          Jodie Williams looking good in the 200m...22.97 into a bit of a headwind (-0.9 m/s) and on the tight lane 2, she shut it down well before the end and personally, I think she's currently in 22.5/6 shape at the moment and will be hard to beat in the final, though Kambungji will be her main competitor for maximum points.

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          • #36
            Great to see Niclas Baker, the 400m runner who came out of nowhere this season, doing such a good job on opening leg in the 4 x 4 mixed relay. And then Yasmin Liverpool, Jessica Turner, and young Alex Knibbs finished the job to win it comfortably.

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            • #37
              Did anyone else notice how our caption name changed from Great Britain and North to Great Britain and NI and then Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
              Kept me entertained to see what it'd be next between the action. 🤣

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              • #38
                Originally posted by RunUnlimited View Post
                Jodie Williams looking good in the 200m...22.97 into a bit of a headwind (-0.9 m/s) and on the tight lane 2, she shut it down well before the end and personally, I think she's currently in 22.5/6 shape at the moment and will be hard to beat in the final, though Kambungji will be her main competitor for maximum points.
                She looked very relaxed and easing through. My only concern is she has the 4x400m an hour after her final!

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                • #39
                  After the BBC talking head segment to start proceedings.... We're getting live... field event action?! This can't be!?!?

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                  • #40
                    Conditions are looking a bit breezy, but warm. Could get some fast times/long distances but a few efforts might be over the legal wind limit for anybody looking for Doha standards. Also could be difficult for the ole vaulters and high jumpers.

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                    • #41
                      What a great men's 400m hurdles race! Dobek gets the win with a gutsy final 100m to overtake Vailliant of France, winning in 48.87 and getting maximum points for Poland. Vaillant gets 11 points in second with a season's best of 49.98. In 3rd place and scoring 10 points was Germany's Luke Campbell in a SB of 49.24, and as I predicted yesterday, GB's Chris McAlister chasing and closing down in the finishing stages, runs not only another PB of 49.28, but also achieved the Doha standard... oh, and gets 9 points for the team! A great run from Chris.

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                      • #42
                        How can Rosie Clarke still not hurdle...

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                        • #43
                          It's a shame that the wind has swapped around from what it was yesterday... the times in the sprints will definitely be affected.

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                          • #44
                            Disaster for GB in the hammer. Nick Miller, 4th in the world rankings with 78.68m, bombs out of the hammer with a "best" of only 66 meters, with his other two events being fouls. That was at least 10 points thrown away there by Nick, who finishes way down in 10th place.

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                            • #45
                              Awuah-Rees-Williams-Miller

                              Wouldnt be surprised if Switzerland win the event from the 'B' race. GBR will do well to get top 3.

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