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    Start lists up. Some obvious choices and some diluted events. Interesting!
    Only 5 men's events.
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    Rut-ro.

    Muir was hoping lay down a marker to her rivals with a victory at Sunday’s Diamond League meeting in Birmingham. But the Scot suffered a calf problem at last month’s Anniversary Games in London to deny her a winning send-off before she jets out the Middle East. Instead, Muir is working hard to regain her racing fitness by training 1800m at altitude in the serene setting of the Swiss Alps in St Moritz. And while it will take another two-three weeks before she is back to her unstoppable best, the 26-year-old is focused on striking gold.
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    Picking 4 men is tough! Captain on the other hand...piece of cake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremyp View Post
    Picking 4 men is tough! Captain on the other hand...piece of cake.
    Picking 2 men is tough.
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    I don't see a clear cut men's winner.

    Hofmann vs Kirt in the jav, plus upset potential.
    Multiple options in 400m.
    Young Santos interesting in the hurdles, but will he replicate last week's efforts?
    Men's high jump has no clear favorite.
    100m needs the semis to pick one, a luxury not given here.
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    Another miserable performance - 140. My 4 men gave me a grand total of 25 points. I sure know how to pick them.
    "A beautiful theory killed by an ugly fact."
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    With my 185 points I should take the lead. The (previous) leader struggled this time and didn't choose Klosterhalfen. My team did quite well, apart from Degrasse but I was difficult to pick four men. Santos (2nd), Bloomfield (1st), Degrasse (5th) and Kirt (3rd) were a decent team. Objectively, It was too difficult to pick the athlete from Taipei in the JT or Starc in the mHJ. Women were great with 5 victories and three MRs (D. Williams, Klosterhalfen, Chepkoech).
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    135.... (shrug)
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    Go Sasuke!

    155 here.
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