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    Quote Originally Posted by Davidokun View Post
    I think NBC does not have any production control; they are merely passing on feeds provided by the meet organizers.
    Then NBC needs to tell the meet organizers/local TV that they need to provide a stream for races, so that they (NBC) can satisfy their viewers. How did they get the field-event-only streams? Those were never provided for DL meets before NBC Gold came along, except for 2016 Olympics, when they also had a races-only stream, as they did at last year's WC. So, let's put more pressure on NBC; send e-mail to support@nbcgold.com and/or go to https//www.facebook.com/NBCSportsGold and ask them to lobby the meet organizers/TV providers.
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    tehre have been multiple separate "streams" at major championships for decades. Only the director tends to see most of them, but they've long been there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Shank View Post
    They didn't "touch arms"; Chelimo gave him a SHOVE. IMO, it was blatant, and not the first time Chelimo has fouled someone. Boring out is one thing, shoving your opponent is quite another.

    I agree 100% with Fortius, all 19 of him/her!
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    He gave him and elbow pushing out but the next contact really was not an issue of a winner, as Chelimo was behind and then falling for second, so nothing at all was affected in the race. I have seen worse things with no DQ possibly hundreds of times.
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    For those of you who might have been
    interested the lineup for (Chn) who ran
    38.86 was:

    1. Xu Zhouzheng (Chn),
    2. Bie Ge (Chn),
    3. Liang Jinsheng (Chn),
    4. Xu Haiyang (Chn)
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