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    OK, I now see the four feeds. When I looked at the site an hour ago, only the one track feed was shown. I expect that ralmcg is right--they're still sorting out which events will be on which feed. And I wouldn't be surprised if one or two of those feeds went on before the track feed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tandfman View Post
    OK, I now see the four feeds. When I looked at the site an hour ago, only the one track feed was shown. I expect that ralmcg is right--they're still sorting out which events will be on which feed. And I wouldn't be surprised if one or two of those feeds went on before the track feed.
    The first feed should be the women's discus throw since it will start at 7:45 a.m. Eastern Time.
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    The schedule is up now:
    4:15 PDT W DT M JT
    5:05 PDT W PV M HJ
    6:00 PDT general feed, hopefully with more use of split screen to continue distance runs, but I'm not really expecting it.
    6:10 PDT W LJ

    I will be getting up to watch the W DT; all the big names are there, and no one has clinched a spot in the final yet.

    Note that there are heats in the M 100 and W 100H before the TV window starts at 6 AM PDT. In the best of all possible worlds, there would be a separate feed for these, but perhaps there will be replays, unlikely on NBC Gold, but likely on Olympic Channel. I always watch both, because on the DVR I can replay, slow-mo, etc., while fast-forwarding through the Lewis Johnson moments.

    I think the broadcast is on Olympic Channel Monday, 1 PM PDT. Check your local listings!
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    Coleman is out (link on home page)
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    Quote Originally Posted by gh View Post
    Coleman is out (link on home page)
    Rule #1 for Doha prep:
    "When in doubt, sit it out."
    Last edited by Atticus; 08-16-2019 at 07:26 PM.
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    #16
    The women's 200m is on fire!!! 6 of them will probably be in the final in Doha, 7 if Miller-Uibo does the double.

    ASHER-SMITH, Dina
    BRYANT, Dezerea
    FRASER-PRYCE, Shelly-Ann
    MILLER-UIBO, Shaunae
    OKAGBARE, Blessing
    SCHIPPERS, Dafne
    STUMBAUGH CHADWICK, Payton
    TA LOU, Marie-Josée
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    One of these is not like the others
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    The W DT feed on NBC Gold tomorrow is now listed for 4:45 AM PDT, which jives with the meet schedule. Other feeds are 5:05, 6:00 and 6:10.
    Cheers,
    Alan Shank
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    Quote Originally Posted by dupontred View Post
    One of these is not like the others
    The usual reserved spot for not-yet-elite local talent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 18.99s View Post
    The usual reserved spot for not-yet-elite local talent.
    It's an American athlete.

    That spot was at first taken by (British) youth superstar Amy Hunt, so probably a pretty late reserve.
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