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    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    Ha! I didn't think about that. Yes the Doha DL is this Friday.
    Hope you remember it when you start a thread on the Pre meet in two years' time. Don't name it 'Eugene 2021'
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    There are a couple of names on the w800 start list that could potentially pull out is the CAS judgement is from immediate affect and rumours are true. They'd have to be XY as per the other thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronk View Post
    No Mariya Lasitskene or Mutaz Barshim in the HJ's!!
    Not sure what the deal is with Barshim. You'd expect him to be competing in Doha unless he's injured.

    Lasitskene will start her season at the Stockholm DL on 30 May.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronk View Post
    No Mariya Lasitskene or Mutaz Barshim in the HJ's!!
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    Not sure what the deal is with Barshim. You'd expect him to be competing in Doha unless he's injured.
    Maybe im missing something, but I see no Men's HJ on the schedule.
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    I should have known better than to trust aaronk :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powell View Post
    I should have known better than to trust aaronk :P
    Well....he wasn't wrong!
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    So apparently Semenya has landed in Doha and is now on the start lists for the 800m.

    It will be interesting to see how she runs, under this enormous scrutiny. Lesser mortals would have folded under the pressure by now.

    I hope she refuses to answer any silly questions raised in the press conference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriella2 View Post
    So apparently Semenya has landed in Doha and is now on the start lists for the 800m.

    It will be interesting to see how she runs, under this enormous scrutiny. Lesser mortals would have folded under the pressure by now.

    I hope she refuses to answer any silly questions raised in the press conference.
    Based on the discussion on the Let's Run podcast, I thought she was banned from running the 400, 800, or 1500/Mile!! Also, their (Semenya, Wambui, and Niyonsaba) increases the 800 field to 12!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronk View Post
    Based on the discussion on the Let's Run podcast, I thought she was banned from running the 400, 800, or 1500/Mile!!
    She is, but the ruling doesn't take effect until next week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gh View Post
    I doubt he feels he has anything to "shake off." It was his outdoor debut, first meet since February. He cleared 5 heights without a miss, passed 5.85 (which Nilsen cleared) and then took a single jump at 5.90, which he missed. I suspect he considered it raging success of a day

    It was moved indoors........https://results.drakerelays.us
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