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    Kipyegon DNS
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    That win in 12.32 puts Williams at the top of the Diamond League standings in the 100mh, so she also has a good shot at winning a bye to Doha if the Jamaican federation won't let her have one of the 3 spots.
     

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    9.98 for Japan's Koike in 4th. Man....that Japanese 4x1 team.
     

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    47.12, actually.
    Muir runs 57.6 last lap in 3:58.25 race, crushes Klosterhalfen.
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    Five under 10.00 in M 100, Simbine 9.93.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 18.99s View Post
    That win in 12.32 puts Williams at the top of the Diamond League standings in the 100mh, so she also has a good shot at winning a bye to Doha if the Jamaican federation won't let her have one of the 3 spots.
    The points lead is meaningless; it's all about the DL final, which she might very well win, based on these races.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tandfman View Post
    Oh, my! It looks as if that's exactly what they did. I tuned in at 10am, assuming they'd show the two-hour track window an hour late. But instead, they joined the meet in progress. I guess we'll never get to see the first hour.

    Definitely not happy.
    When there are quality events happening on the track before (or after) the television window NBC Sports Gold should have a separate feed (no commentary, if necessary) for that action. Just like they do for the field events that start before the TV window.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Shank View Post
    The points lead is meaningless; it's all about the DL final, which she might very well win, based on these races.
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    Points put athletes in the final, so not entirely meaningless. Now she has enough points to guarantee a spot in the final.
     

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    Meanwhile, they've extended Sports Gold track feed to include the para races that followed the main program. Not what I thought I was paying for.
     

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    Gebrhiwet 25.7 last 200 in 13:01.86 race, and he just ran 26:48.xx for 10,000 three days ago!
    Jakob smashes Henrik's NR, same last 200.
    Rhonex Kipruto couldn't keep up on last lap, 28.2 last 200. Results show "SB", but he has no track 5000 before today.
    PBs for Butchart, Crippa, Tiernan.
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