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    Great win by Bukowiecki over Walsh!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LuckySpikes View Post
    After Sofia Ennaoui's 4:04 in the London DL I thought she would push on but I've been shocked by how poor her last 3 races have been (4:20 today!)

    What did she say in her TV interview after today's race? (Thanks!)
    She was talking about various injuries she's been struggling with (sore Achilles among them) and announced she would miss the WC to focus on getting ready for the Olympic season.
    Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...
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    1 Konrad Bukowiecki 22.25 PB, European U23 record (22.04-22.25-x-21.35-21.01-21.69)
    2 Tom Walsh NZL 21.90
    3 Michał Haratyk 21.88
    4 Mesud Pezer BIH 20.88
    7 Jakub Szyszkowski 19.99
    wHT
    1 Malwina Kopron 75.23 SB (73.81-73.30-75.23-74.50-74.23-71.87)
    2 Joanna Fiodorow 73.18
    3 Iryna Klymets UKR 72.06
    mHT
    1 Wojciech Nowicki 79.55
    2 Paweł Fajdek 79.33
    m400
    1 Steven Gardiner BAH 44.14
    w400
    1 Allyson Felix USA 51.47
    2 Justyna Święty-Ersetic 51.54
    4 Małgorzata Hołub-Kowalik 52.44
    5 Patrycja Wyciszkiewicz 52.63 SB
    Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powell View Post
    She was talking about various injuries she's been struggling with (sore Achilles among them) and announced she would miss the WC to focus on getting ready for the Olympic season.
    Ah, shame. Makes sense not to go to Doha though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powell View Post
    mSP
    1 Konrad Bukowiecki 22.25 PB, European U23 record (22.04-22.25-x-21.35-21.01-21.69)
    2 Tom Walsh NZL 21.90
    3 Michał Haratyk 21.88
    4 Mesud Pezer BIH 20.88
    7 Jakub Szyszkowski 19.99
    wHT
    1 Malwina Kopron 75.23 SB (73.81-73.30-75.23-74.50-74.23-71.87)
    2 Joanna Fiodorow 73.18
    3 Iryna Klymets UKR 72.06
    mHT
    1 Wojciech Nowicki 79.55
    2 Paweł Fajdek 79.33
    m400
    1 Steven Gardiner BAH 44.14
    w400
    1 Allyson Felix USA 51.47
    2 Justyna Święty-Ersetic 51.54
    4 Małgorzata Hołub-Kowalik 52.44
    5 Patrycja Wyciszkiewicz 52.63 SB
    Nice performance by Gardiner. Hope things get straightened out for Doha.

    Felix still tuning up. How far will Swoboda go in Doha?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powell View Post
    mSP
    1 Konrad Bukowiecki 22.25 PB, European U23 record (22.04-22.25-x-21.35-21.01-21.69)
    2 Tom Walsh NZL 21.90
    3 Michał Haratyk 21.88
    4 Mesud Pezer BIH 20.88
    7 Jakub Szyszkowski 19.99
    wHT
    1 Malwina Kopron 75.23 SB (73.81-73.30-75.23-74.50-74.23-71.87)
    2 Joanna Fiodorow 73.18
    3 Iryna Klymets UKR 72.06
    mHT
    1 Wojciech Nowicki 79.55
    2 Paweł Fajdek 79.33
    m400
    1 Steven Gardiner BAH 44.14
    w400
    1 Allyson Felix USA 51.47
    2 Justyna Święty-Ersetic 51.54
    4 Małgorzata Hołub-Kowalik 52.44
    5 Patrycja Wyciszkiewicz 52.63 SB
    Any results links please?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dpasv View Post
    Nice performance by Gardiner.
    Very nice, given that it was fairly cool and he won by nearly 2 seconds. A new Polish all-comers record, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powell View Post
    1 Malwina Kopron 75.23 SB (73.81-73.30-75.23-74.50-74.23-71.87)
    Another medal coming?
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