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    Looking at the other videos, 11.8 seems about right for the final 100. It's like,
    "there's the starting gun." It's about Michael Johnson closing, right? Except it's a kick, not a hold on.
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    Do you know about those "Race Analysis" files? If you look at the Live Results, just above the places, there is a drop-down list box called "Reports". Usually, the list is "Startlist", "results", "Info Sheet" and, sometimes "Race Analysis". They have started producing them for the 400 and 400H this year. Here's what it shows for Naser and Seyni:

    Naser 12.2 (2), 23.7 (1), 36.3 (1), 50.13
    Seyni 12.8 (7), 24.5 (6), 37.1 (5), 50.24
    So, their last 100s were 13.9 and 13.2, if we consider their times 50.2 and 50.3. Nothing like 11.8.
    Steve Cram was familiar with her fast finishes from earlier races. Her 24.5, 25.8 is, in my view, a good way to run 400 meters.
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    I believe Hassan has said she want to double in 5/10. She ran 31:18 at Jordan and also that Euro record half, 65:45, and 14:44 road 5, but she got beaten at Hengelo by Margaret Kipkemboi in 14:38.xx.
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    So from that thread am I not reading the 100 correctly? I'm looking at the Irena Szewinska Memorial Youtube. One poster says it is a 13 split on the 51.12 time running in lane 5. But at 38 (13.1 to finish), she's well in the curve crossing lane 1/2 extended. At 39.4 (11.72 to finish), she's in last place just entering lane 3/4 extended about to straighten out. Am I missing my 100 meter mark that badly? Is it that far in the curve for lane 5? For the 50.69 (also in Lane 5) hit basically that same spot in 38.8 (leaving 11.89). Of course I'm also depending on the TV clock. Lots of uncertainty. Why I wondered if there were official splits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Shank View Post
    I believe Hassan has said she want to double in 5/10. She ran 31:18 at Jordan and also that Euro record half, 65:45, and 14:44 road 5, but she got beaten at Hengelo by Margaret Kipkemboi in 14:38.xx.
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    But her 3:55 may make her and Salazar think otherwise.

    That said, the w1500 is stacked and her main opponent in 5000 is Obiri (and Ayana?).
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    i'm glad there are better splits.
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    So for those who don't know go to the rabat website to get the race reports, not the IAAF results page.
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    How was Omar McLeod not DQ'd in that 110h race? He stumbled out of his lane and made contact with Shubenkov, causing him to fall, as well. You can see a photo of the incident here: https://buff.ly/2IKUePg.
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    I brought up the replay of the NBC Sports Gold discus-only coverage to watch Dacres' disputed throw for myself. He walked into the circle at the 2 hours 10 minutes mark.

    They showed replays from different angles. It looked like his foot went up against the inside rim of the edge of the circle, but didn't go over. He was visibly dismayed at the foul call.
    Can you link that video?
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