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    #11
    Neither Felix nor Francis on the Zagreb startlist.

    http://www.has.hr/images/stories/HAS/hanzek/slw400.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by br View Post
    Neither Felix nor Francis on the Zagreb startlist.

    http://www.has.hr/images/stories/HAS/hanzek/slw400.pdf
    Perhaps that's because you looked at the 2018 entry list.
    The one for this year's edition has both Felix and Francis, but not Naser: http://www.zagreb-meeting.com/wp-con...90831_1900.pdf
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    Ah, I didn't see the date, but since it was from the link provided for the meet, I thought it was for 2019.
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    I wondered why start lists were up so early; what's available now is entry lists
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    #15
    Interesting Naser is not down. However, after the race in Zurich I thought she looked unusually tired and was sat on the ground for longer than usual. I know 400m running is tough, but she looked knackered. So I am wondering whether she was carrying a slight cold, or just back in hardcore training and found it bloody hard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gh View Post
    I wondered why start lists were up so early; what's available now is entry lists
    Real Start Lists available now. Correct link is:

    http://www.has.hr/images/stories/HAS...019/index.html
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    #17

    Men's SP, apparently held in the rain:

    1. Tomas Walsh 21.98/72-1

    2. Darrell Hill 21.50/70-6
    3. Joe Kovacs 21.22/69-7
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    Quote Originally Posted by wamego relays champ View Post

    Men's SP, apparently held in the rain:

    1. Tomas Walsh 21.98/72-1

    2. Darrell Hill 21.50/70-6
    3. Joe Kovacs 21.22/69-7
    Rain or not, that was a very consistent series from Walsh:
    21.63
    21.91
    21.13
    21.49
    21.74
    21.98

    The average of those six throws is 21.65, better than Hill's best throw.
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    Zagreb being televised live on Olympic Channel(1-3 PM ET)
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    #20
    Oh, shit! I just realized it's on NBC Sports Gold as well.

    No harm, no foul. The first international running event is starting just now. Whew!

    Actually, what was about to begin was the national women's 400. The international race (with Felix and Francis) is up next. They're running 15 minutes late.
    Last edited by tandfman; 09-03-2019 at 05:28 PM.
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