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    Efraimson 4:06.12 (SB) 2nd to Muir 4:05.01

    Drew Hunter 3:36.77 (SB) (PB?) 3rd to Sawe 3:36.56. Souleyman in between

    Felix up soon.
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    22.80 -1.0 for Felix wins over Phyllis Francis 23.10
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    WILSON Ajee 1:59.19
    Last edited by Atticus; 07-16-2017 at 07:23 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    Thanks for posting. Andrew Hunter at 3:36.7 not bad for 19.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NotDutra5 View Post
    Drew Hunter 3:36.77 (SB) (PB?)
    PB. Previous PB 3:38.39
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    Quote Originally Posted by tandfman View Post
    PB. Previous PB 3:38.39
    And worth 3:54.11 for the mile.
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    Amel Tuka 1:45.61 M 800
    Note Mohammed Aman 1:46.28 for 3rd; he was also at Madrid. Sowinski 4th, 1:46.62.
    1500 Nick Willis 3:36.95 behind Hunter. The winner, Sawe, was world U20 champion in Eugene, 2014.
    W 200 English Gardner 23.76, 7th in Felix's race.
    Ajee beat Rose Almanza, Joanna Jozwik 2:03.05 for 7th.??
    Efraimson's 3rd consecutive race of 4:06.xx.
    W 1500 had 24 finishers! Last was Anna Dibaba, "Baby Baby Baby" 4:23.08. Other "also rans" were Amanda Eccleston, 12th, 4:09.38, Hannah England (former world medalist), 13th, 4:09.52, Lauren Johnson, 17th, 4:11.23 and Violah Lagat, 20th in 4:13.91.
    W 100H -- Queen Harrison 12.84, Dawn H-N 12.86, Alina Talay 13.02
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    Aman is still some ways from his old self ... 1:45.68 in Madrid and 1:46 here, but at least a fairly close 2nd place. Man is Sowinski racing a ton. At this point I'm surprised when I don't see him in the results from nearly any meet with a men's 800.

    Lasitskene 2.00 to win the HJ. Although she had more fouls on her card than I think I've seen from her at any meet this season; a first-attempt failure at 1.85, then took 3 tries to clear 1.96. She cleared 2.01 to win at some local Russian meet only 2 days ago, I believe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HasBeenNeverWas View Post
    Aman is still some ways from his old self ... 1:45.68 in Madrid and 1:46 here, but at least a fairly close 2nd place. Man is Sowinski racing a ton. At this point I'm surprised when I don't see him in the results from nearly any meet with a men's 800.

    Lasitskene 2.00 to win the HJ. Although she had more fouls on her card than I think I've seen from her at any meet this season; a first-attempt failure at 1.85, then took 3 tries to clear 1.96. She cleared 2.01 to win at some local Russian meet only 2 days ago, I believe.
    Yeah, she had a few misses in London and topped out at 2.00. I wonder whether she has peaked too early?
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    Probably doesn't matter, no one even jumps 2m and higher other than her this year.
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