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    Quote Originally Posted by Conor Dary View Post
    Interesting women 10,000....Canadians running away with a sub 32 pace ....only one going with them is a Kenyan running for Mexico....not bad for 5000 ft...

    Wodak from Canada....31:55....impressive for that altitude....
    Coulda sworn the meet was in Lima.
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    Not sure what exact altitude the stadium's at, but the highest point in Lima is around 1300 ft., while the city center is around 500 ft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powell View Post
    Not sure what exact altitude the stadium's at, but the highest point in Lima is around 1300 ft., while the city center is around 500 ft.
    577 feet
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    You're right...not quite so impressive ....

    Quick glance at Wiki which lists 0-5000ft.

    A bit confusing since the commentary is in Spanish....
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    Already a lot of names missing. Teahna Daniels, only one Dec, only one W400H, only one W800. Good for those who honored their commitment. With all the fuss. Amazing they didn’t name more alternates.
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    Who are the TV commentators?
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    Andressa de Morais breaking her own South American record with 65.98 in the second round, and at halfway she's well ahead of the two Cubans who lead the world lists. Caballero isn't even in the top 3 at this point.
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    Too bad the meet isn't in La Paz...that would have been interesting...
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    Perez coming through with a Games record of 66.58 in the final round. But Caballero finishes out of the medals with a measly 60.46, her worst result of the season by a long way.
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    Canadian head-to-head in Decath

    After Day 1:
    Warner 4499 (10.32, 7.74, 15.01, 1.97, 47.77)
    Lepage 4418 (10.51, 7.64, 14.35, 2.00, 47.74)

    Victor GRN 4252 (10.82, 7.39, 15.04, 2.00, 49.28)
    Jaramillo Casares VEN 4124 (10.87, 7.18, 15.84, 1.85, 48.91)

    In terms of 2019 form,
    Warner was 4596 after Day 1 at Gotzis (eventually finishing with WL of 8711),
    Lepage was 4558 after Day 1 at Talence (evetually finishing with PR of 8453 (a new PR by 282 pts)),
    Victor was 4385 after Day 1 at Gotzis (eventually finishing with 8473).
    Jaramillo Casares was 4167 after Day 1 in his PR of 8126w (2017). His SR is 7784 (also in Lima).

    It seems that Pan-Am Games count in the IAAF Combined Events Challenge. As athletes need three scores to top the standings, that would be driving Warner, Lepage and Victor's presence. And it pertty well positioned in the calender if you're chasing three (i.e. late May (Gotzis) or late June (Talence), early August (Lima), early October (Doha).
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