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    Quote Originally Posted by LopenUupunut View Post
    Another medal coming?
    That could very well be. After last season and most of this year I'd sort of given up on Kopron, but it looks like she's back. Having said that, I'm still not sure which of the Polish female HTers I would pick as the more likely medalist. Fiodorow has been throwing consistently well and she's a good peaker/ championship performer. But either way, after today's competition I am more confident there will be a Polish medal in this event in Doha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powell View Post
    That could very well be. After last season and most of this year I'd sort of given up on Kopron, but it looks like she's back. Having said that, I'm still not sure which of the Polish female HTers I would pick as the more likely medalist. Fiodorow has been throwing consistently well and she's a good peaker/ championship performer. But either way, after today's competition I am more confident there will be a Polish medal in this event in Doha.
    One thing is for sure. Kopron loves competing in her home country of Poland.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TWalsh View Post
    One thing is for sure. Kopron loves competing in her home country of Poland.
    She actually set her PB in Taipei. Not to mention she medalled at the last WC.
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    The WC squad was finally announced today. Here's the list (with SBs)
    Men
    800 Adam Kszczot (1:44.61)
    1500 Marcin Lewandowski (3:31.95)
    3000SC Krystian Zalewski (8:28.99)
    110H Damian Czykier (13.37)
    400H Patryk Dobek (48.80)
    PV Piotr Lisek (6.02), Paweł Wojciechowski (5.87), Robert Sobera (5.71)
    SP Michał Haratyk (22.32), Konrad Bukowiecki (22.25), Jakub Szyszkowski (20.99)
    DT Piotr Małachowski (67.23), Robert Urbanek (65.81), Bartłomiej Stój (64.33)
    HT Wojciech Nowicki (81.74), Paweł Fajdek (80.88)
    JT Marcin Krukowski (85.72)
    Dec Paweł Wiesiołek (8204)
    20kW Dawid Tomala (1:20:30)
    50kW Artur Brzozowski (3:46:42), Rafał Augustyn (3:47:04), Rafał Sikora (3:49:54/2018)
    mixed 4x400 Łukasz Krawczuk, Rafał Omelko, Wiktor Suwara
    Women
    100 Ewa Swoboda (11.07)
    400 Justyna Święty-Ersetic (50.85), Iga Baumgart-Witan (51.12), Anna Kiełbasińska (51.51)
    800 Anna Sabat (2:01.21)
    3000SC Alicja Konieczek (9:36.09)
    100H Karolina Kołeczek (12.75)
    400H Joanna Linkiewicz (55.55)
    HJ Kamila Lićwinko (1.95)
    SP Paulina Guba (18.65), Klaudia Kardasz (18.34)
    DT Daria Zabawska (62.36)
    HT Malwina Kopron (75.23), Joanna Fiodorow (74.71)
    JT Maria Andrejczyk (63.39)
    4x400/ mixed 4x400 Święty-Ersetic, Baumgart-Witan, Kiełbasińska, Magorzata Hołub-Kowalik, Patrycja Wyciszkiewicz, Aleksandra Gaworska
    20kW Katarzyna Zdziebło (1:32:03)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powell View Post
    The WC squad was finally announced today. Here's the list (with SBs)
    Men
    800 Adam Kszczot (1:44.61)
    1500 Marcin Lewandowski (3:31.95)
    3000SC Krystian Zalewski (8:28.99)
    110H Damian Czykier (13.37)
    400H Patryk Dobek (48.80)
    PV Piotr Lisek (6.02), Paweł Wojciechowski (5.87), Robert Sobera (5.71)
    SP Michał Haratyk (22.32), Konrad Bukowiecki (22.25), Jakub Szyszkowski (20.99)
    DT Piotr Małachowski (67.23), Robert Urbanek (65.81), Bartłomiej Stój (64.33)
    HT Wojciech Nowicki (81.74), Paweł Fajdek (80.88)
    JT Marcin Krukowski (85.72)
    Dec Paweł Wiesiołek (8204)
    20kW Dawid Tomala (1:20:30)
    50kW Artur Brzozowski (3:46:42), Rafał Augustyn (3:47:04), Rafał Sikora (3:49:54/2018)
    mixed 4x400 Łukasz Krawczuk, Rafał Omelko, Wiktor Suwara
    Women
    100 Ewa Swoboda (11.07)
    400 Justyna Święty-Ersetic (50.85), Iga Baumgart-Witan (51.12), Anna Kiełbasińska (51.51)
    800 Anna Sabat (2:01.21)
    3000SC Alicja Konieczek (9:36.09)
    100H Karolina Kołeczek (12.75)
    400H Joanna Linkiewicz (55.55)
    HJ Kamila Lićwinko (1.95)
    SP Paulina Guba (18.65), Klaudia Kardasz (18.34)
    DT Daria Zabawska (62.36)
    HT Malwina Kopron (75.23), Joanna Fiodorow (74.71)
    JT Maria Andrejczyk (63.39)
    4x400/ mixed 4x400 Święty-Ersetic, Baumgart-Witan, Kiełbasińska, Magorzata Hołub-Kowalik, Patrycja Wyciszkiewicz, Aleksandra Gaworska
    20kW Katarzyna Zdziebło (1:32:03)
    Powell, did Poland name their marathon team earlier? I expected to see Karolina Jarzynska on that list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TWalsh View Post
    Powell, did Poland name their marathon team earlier? I expected to see Karolina Jarzynska on that list.
    She never intended to compete in Doha. There will be no Polish marathon runners competing.
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    Is Klaudia Siciarz injured? I was looking forward to seeing her in Doha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Marcinkiewicz View Post
    Is Klaudia Siciarz injured? I was looking forward to seeing her in Doha.
    I don't think she is, she just decided to end her season. Her main goal this year was the European U23s.
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    Adam Kszczot announced he is leaving Zbigniew Król, his coach of many years, and is moving to train with Tomasz Lewandowski, Marcin's older brother and coach.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powell View Post
    Adam Kszczot announced he is leaving Zbigniew Król, his coach of many years, and is moving to train with Tomasz Lewandowski, Marcin's older brother and coach.
    I wonder if this is going to work... Marcin completed a nice transition from 800 (where he has still run 1.43 this year) to a world medal (!!) at 1500 with a big 3.31 pr... I don't know if Kzcszot wants to move up as well (I heard something regarding it a couple of years ago, I reckon he even ran a decent paced time at NC at 1500). In these last years I fear he has lost ton of speed, increasing his mileage considerably... I don't know if Lewandowski will try to change this or move him towards 1500... I think Lewandowski's training type has always been 800-1500 instead of 4/800.
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