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    What is THIS all about - out of Fukui, Japan today (from trackinsun.blogspot.com)

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    1 Shotaro Shiroyama 8.40 (1.5)
    2 Yuki Ashioka 8.32 (1.6)
    3 Hibiki Tsuha 8.23 (0.6)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    What is THIS all about - out of Fukui, Japan today (from trackinsun.blogspot.com)

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    1 Shotaro Shiroyama 8.40 (1.5)
    2 Yuki Ashioka 8.32 (1.6)
    3 Hibiki Tsuha 8.23 (0.6)
    Series at: http://www.fukui-jaaf.com/sokuhou/rel007.html

    You left out the 110H NR of 13.25 for Takayama!

    Want to watch the LJ? Go to about 3:20:00 here -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-o5QHZkO9H4
    Last edited by gm; 08-18-2019 at 04:19 AM.
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    The conditions must have been pretty ideal.

    That said, it's clear that Japan is getting ready for the 2020 Olympics and that these are all very talented jumpers. Shiroyama was the 2014 WJC bronze medalist and jumped 832w/5.0 earlier this year. Hashioka, who had a very good series, is this year's Asian champion (with 822) and last year's World Junior Champion.

    I'm not entirely sold on their chances in Doha but no one, even Manyonga or Echevarria, has really been setting the event alight this year.
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    In an epic Shot Put showdown in Luxembourg, my boy, Bob (Bertemes), got edged out by Nigeria's Chukwuebuka Enekwechi 21.80 to 21.55.
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    This ain't bad. At the Swiss Nat'ls:

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    1 Mujinga Kambundji 11.00 (-0.2)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    This ain't bad. At the Swiss Nat'ls:

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    1 Mujinga Kambundji 11.00 (-0.2)
    Her 2nd fastest run, behind her PR of 10.95 last year.
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    There was a 2nd Brussels meet that was supposed to be today, I think, but I can't for the life of me find results on this site for this edition.

    https://brusselsgrandprix.be/
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    While Jonathan Sacoor was running 46.30 in Brussels, the Borlees were running in Oordegem:
    1) Dylan 45.74, Kevin 46.07, Jonathan 46.41
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    Alan Shank
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    Quote Originally Posted by steveu View Post
    There was a 2nd Brussels meet that was supposed to be today, I think, but I can't for the life of me find results on this site for this edition.

    https://brusselsgrandprix.be/
    Here: https://trackinsun.blogspot.com/2019...19_24.html?m=1
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    Entries for the Meeting Madrid today
    http://www.rfea.es/competi/calendari..._INSCRITOS.pdf

    Asafa Powell, Mike Rodgers and Tori Bowie all running the 100m
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