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    Quote Originally Posted by LuckySpikes View Post
    Sotteville les Rouen (FRA)

    wDT:
    1 Yaime Perez 69.39 PB WL
    2 Denia Caballero 69.08

    w100H:
    1 Tobi Amusan 12.49 PB (+1.9m/s)
    2 Queen Claye 12.63

    The m800 was notable for a rare appearance on the circuit by Taoufik Makhloufi:
    1 Alfred Kipketer 1:45.59
    2 Taoufik Makhloufi 1:46.33
    Makhloufi's return to competition is interesting (to me, at least). After Rio 2016 he raced two more times that year, with the last competition being Van Damme, 9 September. So, it is just two months shy of a full 3 years since his last competition. I know he's not all that old, but I assumed he had retired.
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    He took a shorter sabbatical leave after 2012 as well.
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    For those who miss 10000m racing, check out the results from Hengelo yesterday (the Ethopian trials):

    Men
    10.000m 1 Hagos Gebrhiwet (eth) 26.48.95; 2 Selemon Barega (eth) 26.49.46; 3 Yomif Kejelcha (eth) 26.49.99; 4 Andamlak Belihu (eth) 26.53.15; 5 Jemal Yimer Mekonnen (eth) 26.54.39; 6 Abadi Hadis 8eth) 26.56.46; 7 Berehanu Tsegu (eth) 27.00.73; 8 Solmon Berihu (eth) 27.02.26; 9 Julien Wanders (sui) 27.17.29; 10 Tamirat Tola teh) 27.18.10; 11 Abdallah Mande (uga) 27.22.89; 12 Mogos Tuemay (eth) 27.23.49; 13 Vincent Kiprotich Kibet (ken) 27.24.09; 14 Belay Tilahun Bezabeh (eth) 27.31.76; 15 Guye Adole 27.46.65; 16 Milkesa Mengesha (eth) 27.51.89; 17 Stephen Kissa (uga) 27.52.54; 18 Selemun Kahsay (eth) 27.58.17; 19 Haftu Teklu (eth) 28.13.71; 20 Leta Abebe Desis (eth) 28.23.01; 21 Bayelign Teshager 28.31.03; 22 Mulat Bazezew (eth) 28.31.22
    Women
    10.000m 1 Letesenbet Gidey (eth) 30.37.89; 2 Netsanet Gudeta (eth) 30.40.85; 3 Senbere Teferi (eth) 30.45.14; 4 Zeineba Yimer (eth) 30.46.24; 5 Dera Dida (eth) 30.51.86; 6 Tsehay Gemechu (eth) 30.53.11; 7 Gete Alemayehu (eth) 30.53.32; 8 Girmawit Gebrzihair (eth) 30.53.53; 9 Tsigie Gebreselama (eth) 30.57.54; 10 Yasmin Can (tur) 30.59.20; 11 Degitu Azimeraw (eth) 31.03.32; 12 Stella Chesang (uga) 31.38.70

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    EU U20 in Sweden right now:

    mHT:
    KOKHAN (UKR) and FRANTZESKÁKIS (GRE) both throwing over 84 m.

    EDIT: Kokhan wins. His series:
    81.94
    83.47
    84.73
    83.72
    83.45
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    Quote Originally Posted by trackfieldfan View Post
    mHT:
    KOKHAN (UKR) and FRANTZESKÁKIS (GRE) both throwing over 84 m.x
    . . . with junior implement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    . . . with junior implement.
    Yes, a 6 kg hammer. New age best (previous was 82.97 by Cienfuegos). He threw 5 kg hammer close to 90 m and this year he threw 7,26 kg hammer to 77 m.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriella2 View Post
    Laura Muller did improve in Rehlingen, running another PB of 11.15 ahead of Semoy Hackett 11.40.
    Once again unlucky with the wind, which was just 0.2. If she gets a good 1.0+ she'll go 11.0 something.
    This has to make her think about doing the 100/200 in Doha now
    Sadly Muller tore her hamstring 4 weeks ago, only announcing it yesterday after she returned to competition. She ran I n Mannheim, running a 100m heat, final and then a 200, within the space of 3 hours. (Not sure that was the best thing to do on your return!) She ran 11.56, 11.43 & 23.67, so is quite a bit behind the form she was in earlier. She was beaten by Kwadwo in the 100 final and Wessoly in the 200. However, she said she was happy to be able to run and needs to be patient.
    The German championships is in 3 weeks. If I understand the Q correctly, she needs to run the QT either there or at an approved qualifying meeting, as well as finish top 3.
    If she finishes outside the top 3 and the 3rd runner doesn't have the QT she could in theory be selected. Norunner will know more.

    At present, only she and Luckenkemper have the QT but it's likely at least Pinto will also get it. Maybe others.
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    Asafa Powell goes 10.02 at age 37 yesterday in Germany behind a 9.93 from Cisse(1.9 wind).

    http://www.loopjamaica.com/content/a...-bayer-classic
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ztrappity View Post
    Asafa Powell goes 10.02 at age 37 yesterday in Germany behind a 9.93 from Cisse(1.9 wind).

    http://www.loopjamaica.com/content/a...-bayer-classic
    Still a chance to add to his career sub-10s count this season? Anyone recall what total he's on?
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    97 with legal wind.
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