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    Ain't no ham like Birmingham!
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    provisional start lists include:

    M DT Gowda, Harradine, Harting, Kanter, Malachowski, Stahl
    W PV Murer, Ryzih, Suhr, Steffanidi
    W TJ Ibarguen, Rypakova (no mark yet this year), Urrutia
    W 100 Bowie, Felix, Gardner, Jeter, Phillip, Soumare, Stewart, Tarmoh, J Williams
    W SP Adams, Schwanitz, Carter
    non-DL W 400 The Ohurougo sisters, Beard, J Atkins, S Williams
    non-DL M 600 Rudisha, Kszczot, Loxom, Sowinski, Olivier, Lewandowski
    non-DL M 100 Bailey-Cole, Carter, Collins, Lemaitre, Rodgers (DQ in Stockholm), Ujah
    M 400 Hudson-Smith, James, Makwala, Roberts, Rooney, Santos
    M HJ Barshim, Bondarenko, Drouin, Kynard (why do they keep letting Jesse Williams in these?)
    W 400H K Carter, Child, Moline, Spencer, T Williams
    W JT Jelaca, Mitchell, Molitor, Palameika, Rateh, Spotakova, Stahl, Viljoen
    M 200 Ashmeade, Edward, Livermore, C Mitchell
    M LJ Henderson, Li, Rutherford, C Taylor, Thompson, Torneus, Tsatoumas, Visser
    M SC Birech, C and B Kipruto, P Koech, Yego
    W 2M Dibaba, Cherono, Haroye, Jamal, Jelegat, Kibiwot, Kipyego, Saina
    W 800 Jepkosgei, England, Muir, Martinez, Sharp, Sum, A Wilson
    W 100H Ali, Billaud, Castlin, Harper-Nelson, Pearson, Harrison, Porter, Rollins !!!!
    M Mile Centrowitz, Cheboi, Chepseba, Cronje, Ingebrigtsen, Kiplagat, Kiprop, Magut, Manzano, Souleiman, Willis, Tesfaye, Wote
    non-DL M 2M a "coronation" for Mo Farah, which was postponed in the Glasgow DL

    M LJ and W 100H are repeats from today in Stockholm. Henderson did not even approach 8 meters, and Sally Pearson was DQ'd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Shank View Post
    M 200 Ashmeade, Edward, Livermore, C Mitchell
    Don't forget Dwyer, the new CWG champ....
    My heart is still in the Caribbean....
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    W 100H Ali, Billaud, Castlin, Harper-Nelson, Pearson, Harrison, Porter, Rollins !!!!
    Billaud withdrew following her fall in Stockholm. She will run in Zürich, though.
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    W 100 Bowie, Felix, Gardner, Jeter, Phillip, Soumare, Stewart, Tarmoh, J Williams
    Felix, J Williams out after the heat. (Gardner DNS)
    Startlist for the final is here: http://www.diamondleague-birmingham....ns-100m-Final/
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    men's 100m

    1) kemar Bailey Cole 20.08 into a head wind
    2) carter 10.13
    3) Rodgers 10.15
    4) Ujah 10.23
    My heart is still in the Caribbean....
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    men's 400m

    won by Kirani James in 44.60
    makwala second
    Rooney third
    My heart is still in the Caribbean....
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    women's 400m hurdles

    Kaliese Spencer wins again 53.81.

    child second

    one American dns another dnf
    My heart is still in the Caribbean....
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    men's 200m

    1) Ashmeade wins 20.33
    2) Edward 20.35
    3) Dwyer 20.58
    4) Mitchell 20.73
    5) Livermore 20.80
    6) Ellington 20.93

    Ellington's personal duel with Livermore once more works against him. At the CWG, Ellington vowed to finish ahead of Livermore to "shut him up", a vow that didn't work out, as Livermore took bronze. And here again....
    My heart is still in the Caribbean....
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    Damn, Tori Bowie pulled up.
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    women's 100m final

    Kerron wins in 11.22

    bowie pulls up injured...
    My heart is still in the Caribbean....
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