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    Quote Originally Posted by gh View Post
    perhaps, but you're not going to find much in the way of sponsors for such a nebulous concept, unlike backing "university students"
    Then they need to join the 21st Century where 91yo's are getting their degrees.
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    Sounds like an interesting compilation project. Has anyone put together a full set of
    results ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by andyjgt View Post
    A third thing, what are the rules about keeping athletes from the same country apart? The two Ukrainians were drawn in the same w400 semi, the first two aforementioned USAnians in the w800 were in the same heat and two Hong Kong athletes ran in the same heat of the m100.
    I know in the past the IAAF's rules on seeding allowed tweaking of the composition of heats to keep athletes from the same country apart but didn't insist that this had to be done.
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    Two medal events on Day 1:

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    Bukowiecki POL 21.54 MR
    Liskowitz USA 20.49
    Munoz Galarza MEX 20.45

    W10000m
    Zhang CHN 34:03.31
    Goshima JPN 34:04.65
    Seliya JPN 34:05.84
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Mirthmaker View Post
    Sounds like an interesting compilation project. Has anyone put together a full set of
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    Depends what you mean by compilation. Results are available from links on the Universiade page on Wikipedia.

    You have to drill down from the Universiade table, it will show a list of sports at that Universiade and a medal table.

    Clicking on "Athletics" takes you to a medallists table and for later Universiades, there is a "detailed" link showing all results.

    Strangely, the FISU website only seems to have results back to 2002.
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    Highlights from Day 2

    MHT
    1. Baltaci TUR 75.98
    2. Reheda UKR 74.27
    3 Campbell GBR 73.86 PB

    WLJ
    1. Bekh-Romanchuk UKR 6.84
    2 Tavares Da Veiga POR 6.61
    3. Iusco ROM 6.55

    WDT
    1. Osakue ITA 61.69 PB (Reigning NCAA Div 2 champ)
    2. Vita GER 61.52
    3. Zarankaite LTU 56.75

    W100m
    1. Chand IND 11.32 (0.0)
    2 Del Ponte SUI 11.33
    3. Kwayie GER 11.39

    M100m
    1. Camilo BRA 10.09 (-0.1)
    2 Van Wyk RSA 10.23
    3. Pereira Do Nascimento BRA 10.32

    M10000m
    1. Kekana RSA 29:29.43
    2. Abe JPN 29:30.01
    3. Wildschutt RSA 29:36.39

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    Matusevicius LTU 84.93 NR
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    Then they need to join the 21st Century where 91yo's are getting their degrees.
    The first class I taught, I was 22 (looked 18-19, got carded when I went to see Last Tango in Paris, my faculty ID was not enough...) and just got out of Basic Training (joined the Reserves just before the end of the draft), had a semester of grad school and one year of undergraduate economics under my belt. It was a 4pm class and more than half the class was older than I was, 1973.
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    Michael Carr was supposed to compete in the pole vault, but something got screwed up with his paperwork, so they wouldn't let him in. He and his coach are enjoying Europe and looking for other meets to compete in!
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    Quote Originally Posted by polevaultpower View Post
    Michael Carr was supposed to compete in the pole vault, but something got screwed up with his paperwork, so they wouldn't let him in. He and his coach are enjoying Europe and looking for other meets to compete in!
    Is his middle name Carmichael? :lol:
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    Pretorius, from the University of Pretoria.
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