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    Re: 2013 Outdoor Results
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    long jump today in Bad Langensalza/GER:

    1. Godfrey Mokoena RSA 8.30m (+1.9)
    2. Alyn Camara GER 8.29m (+2.0)
    3. Christian Reif GER 8.27m (+1.8)
    4. Chris Tomlinson UK 8.21m (nwi)
    5. Ignisious Gaisah GHA 8.19m (nwi)
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    This has not be a great year for the LJ, and it looks like this is the best overall result set I have seen. Fifth is still over 8 meters (NWI, but the others are just about 2, so similar might be expected).
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    Luis Rivera, Mexico, 8.30 (wind legal) in Poland today
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    Two surprising results in men's track events from the Bulgarian NC:

    100: Denis Dimitrov (94) 10.16/1.5 NJR! (previous best 10.71 from '10!)
    3000SC: Mitko Tsenov (93, 2012 ECCC silver) 8:27.09 (solo run, previous best 8:45.86, did 8:52.24 last year) (fastest since Kashanov in early 80s? NR is 8:25.02 by Mikhail Zhelev in winning the 1969 EC)

    Add to men's 100: Kirilov 10.34, Kremenski (91) 10.35, Boyan Petrov (92) 10.40

    Stambolova lost 400 to Nikolova, 52.61 to 52.75
    SP: Mavrodieva 18.48
    Danekova won 3000SC (9:46.54) and 1500 (4:36.07, don't know if Yordanova competed)
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    Quote Originally Posted by norunner
    long jump today in Bad Langensalza/GER:

    1. Godfrey Mokoena RSA 8.30m (+1.9)
    2. Alyn Camara GER 8.29m (+2.0)
    3. Christian Reif GER 8.27m (+1.8)
    4. Chris Tomlinson UK 8.21m (nwi)
    5. Ignisious Gaisah GHA 8.19m (nwi)
    Finally found the wind info, Tomlinson +1.5m/s, Gaisah +4.0m/s
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    Don't have the details...or confirmation......but it was just reported on Twitter that Luguelen)Santos ran 43.98 in Puerto Rico
    Meet was in San Juan sometime this past weekend, according to the tweet.
    Assuming it's true, this gives Santos the WL mark, and a PR by a large 0.47!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronk
    Don't have the details...or confirmation......but it was just reported on Twitter that Luguelen)Santos ran 43.98 in Puerto Rico
    Meet was in San Juan sometime this past weekend, according to the tweet.
    Assuming it's true, this gives Santos the WL mark, and a PR by a large 0.47!!
    Alas, today's 17-June, not 1-April.

    Which 'real' trustworthy sites, actual Dominican Republic news, speedy results services like Trackalerts, or any auto-updating stats-carrying database have you looked this up on? Try this site's own homepage for starters. Not there? Cause it didn't happen.

    http://www.all-athletics.com/node/335070
    http://www.tilastopaja.org (athlete#116993)
    http://www.iaaf.org
    http://www.trackandfieldnews.com
    http://www.trackalerts.com

    Moreover, one'd assume that he'd state it had others 'forgot' to mention it:
    https://twitter.com/LuguelinSantos
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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronk
    Don't have the details...or confirmation......but it was just reported on Twitter that Luguelen)Santos ran 43.98 in Puerto Rico
    Meet was in San Juan sometime this past weekend, according to the tweet.
    Assuming it's true, this gives Santos the WL mark, and a PR by a large 0.47!!
    I find that hard to believe, Santos ran a 45.69 in Oslo on thursday evening. He then flew back to Puerto Rico on friday and a day or two later ran a 43.98?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EPelle
    Quote Originally Posted by aaronk
    Don't have the details...or confirmation......but it was just reported on Twitter that Luguelen)Santos ran 43.98 in Puerto Rico
    Meet was in San Juan sometime this past weekend, according to the tweet.
    Assuming it's true, this gives Santos the WL mark, and a PR by a large 0.47!!
    Alas, today's 17-June, not 1-April.

    Which 'real' trustworthy sites, actual Dominican Republic news, speedy results services like Trackalerts, or any auto-updating stats-carrying database have you looked this up on? Try this site's own homepage for starters. Not there? Cause it didn't happen.

    http://www.all-athletics.com/node/335070
    http://www.tilastopaja.org (athlete#116993)
    http://www.iaaf.org
    http://www.trackandfieldnews.com
    http://www.trackalerts.com

    Moreover, one'd assume that he'd state it had others 'forgot' to mention it:
    https://twitter.com/LuguelinSantos
    Tilastopaja has results from several meets this past weekend, including four from yesterday, but nothing from Puerto Rico.
    Cheers,
    Alan Shank
    Woodland, CA, USA
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    Guess that tweet was a "twick"!! :lol:
    Seriously, the reason I put it up without waiting or further research was because the original tweet was retweeted by Jesse Squires, who is reliable.
    Guess it was too good to be true!

    BTW, I DO think he CAN go sub-44!!
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