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    When you click Edit, there should be a Go Advanced option at the bottom, that's where you can edit the title.
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    Quote Originally Posted by norunner View Post
    When you click Edit, there should be a Go Advanced option at the bottom, that's where you can edit the title.
    I tried that in the Finnish news thread, but it only changed the post title, not the thread title. Going by the current title of the first post in this thread, Powell had the same problem - is it really possible to change the thread title that way?
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    I didn't actually test it before, just saw the option there, tested it now, doesn't work. Another thing for the technicians to fix i guess.
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    Jakub Szyszkowski took 2nd place with 20.07 (behind Storl's 21.84) at the SP meet in Biberach.
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    Robert Sobera won the PV competition in Wrocław with 5.65. Łukasz Krawczuk ran the 400 in 46.19. Jakub Krzewina was a DNF, but reportedly there was no injury involved and he never planned to run the full race.
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    In her debut at 5000, Renata Pliś placed 5th in Liege with 15:18.75 (EC qualifier, 4th on the Polish all-time list). Maybe this distance is actually her better chance for a good placing in Zurich than the 1500...
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    In Karlstad:
    100h (+2.2) 2. Karolina Kołeczek 13.10 (would be PB and EC qualifier were it not wind-aided)
    mHT 4 Szymon Ziółkowski 75.40
    m800 2 Artur Kuciapski 1:48.65 (the time was slow, but he finished just 0.01 behind 1:43 man Edwin Melly)
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    Monaco DL:

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    1 Piotr Małachowski 65.84
    6 Robert Urbanek 62.56
    Małachowski continues to throw unspectacularly, but consistently (4 throws over 65), and once again that's enough to beat everyone in a Harting-less field. He's now 8 points ahead of Harting in the DL standings, so even if the German beats him in the two remaining competitions, taking 2nd in both will be enough to maintain his lead.

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    6 Marcin Lewandowski 1:44.24 SB
    Not a bad run, but Bosse's 1:42.53 means regaining the Euro title will be very, very hard. Still, Lewandowski and Kszczot are no. 2 and 3 on the European list this year, so it's not looking too bad.
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    Madrid
    w800 5 Joanna Jóźwik 2:01.32 PB (0.32 off the EC qualifier)

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    mTJ 1 Adrian Świderski 16.73 PB

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    w400 1 Justyna Święty 52.22 =PB EC qualifier; 2 Małgorzata Hołub 52.43; 3 Patrycja Wyciszkiewicz 52.48
    wDT 1 Żaneta Glanc 60.95 SB
    mJT 1 Keshorn Walcott TRI 82.90
    wPV 1 Anna Rogowska 4.40
    mHJ 1 Muamer Aissa Barshim QAT 2.28
    mPV 1 Paweł Wojciechowski 5.60
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    Artur Noga competed for the first time this year, coming back from a surgery. He was somewhat unlucky with the wind, but probably not in great shape, either, running 13.98 (-3.0) and 13.88 (-1.4) in Sosnowiec today.
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