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    Fair enough. Can we at least agree, however, on the point that I have previously made, which is that the procedures document should have (certainly could have) foreseen this situation and explicitly provided an answer.
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    so everybody is on same page on where we're headed in terms of wrapping things up, here's the IAAF Timeline:

    7 March 2018
    Start of the qualification period for 10,000m, Marathon, Race Walks, Relays and Combined Events

    7 September 2018
    Start of qualification period for all other events

    12 May 2019
    Relays qualification at IAAF World Relays in Yokohama

    31 May 2019
    Preliminary Entries deadline

    26 August 2019
    Deadline for submitting names of unqualified athletes

    6 September 2019
    End of qualification period for all events

    7-15 September 2019
    Confirmation of athletes and relay teams qualified through Top Performance Lists

    16 September 2019
    Final Entries deadline

    25 September 2019
    Final Confirmations for first day of competition (12:00, midday)

    26 September 2019
    Technical Meeting

    27 September 2019
    Start of IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019
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    So the list compilers have marked Adriana Rodriguez from Cuba as selected in the women's long jump. She does not have the auto qualifier, so does that mean some reports of the invites being extended have started to surface?
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    Quote Originally Posted by donley2 View Post
    So the list compilers have marked Adriana Rodriguez from Cuba as selected in the women's long jump. She does not have the auto qualifier, so does that mean some reports of the invites being extended have started to surface?
    She's clearly in the top 32, so if she's selected, she is going to be accepted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by donley2 View Post
    So the list compilers have marked Adriana Rodriguez from Cuba as selected in the women's long jump. She does not have the auto qualifier, so does that mean some reports of the invites being extended have started to surface?
    We have no information about possible invites. But we do have info about from Cuba who they were expecting to receive invites for. Since we don't have a "selected if invited" feature, i made a judgment call.
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    Any reason why Sade Olatoye, with 2 Shot Put marks of 17.88, is not on the list at all?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tandfman View Post
    Any reason why Sade Olatoye, with 2 Shot Put marks of 17.88, is not on the list at all?
    Probably because she's still listed as American and not Nigerian both on the IAAF website and Tilastopaja.
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    I hadn't noticed that. She competed for Nigeria in the African Games last month. I wonder if the IAAF ever approved that change in nationality. (She had competed for the US in the World Juniors in 2016.) If the answer is no, then the NGR federation really screwed up.
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