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    Quote Originally Posted by tandfman View Post
    A bit more than an hour later, the tv commentator said it's gotten cooler in the course of the evening.

    But I just checked Weather Underground and they're saying it's now 62F.
    Bit late on this, but from about half way through it was notably chilly. Very blustery and spells of heavy rain. There were a number of marks that would have been significantly faster in better conditions
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    Quote Originally Posted by JRM View Post
    Great to see that De Grasse is back in form! He was narrowly edged out of a 2nd place there. The 200m in Doha will be on fire (both figuratively and thermally...).
    Yes! Ripe for lots of sub-20 action!
    You there, on the motorbike! Sell me one of your melons!
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    I find Obi Ibokwe's 44.96 run amazing. A SB, and only .02 off his PB. He ran every possible DL after NCAA's, except for Monaco, even the London DL which was just 4 days prior to the start of USA's.
    All wearing his Houston jersey since January.
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    Also glad with her win that Danielle Williams will make the Worlds team.
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    Cheruiyot looks really good - big favorite for Doha? The same for Sifan Hassan, in whichever event(s) she chooses to compete in.
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    Did anyone else notice Omar Craddock step out onto the track after one of his jumps and disrupt the leading runners in the Women's 5k? I would think the triple jump runway could do with shifting a bit further infield.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Weights&Shoes View Post
    Also glad with her win that Danielle Williams will make the Worlds team.
    I was impressed with how much more snap she had in bringing her lead leg down over the hurdles. Even Keni looked like she was sailing over them a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catson52 View Post
    Cheruiyot looks really good - big favorite for Doha? The same for Sifan Hassan, in whichever event(s) she chooses to compete in.
    Too bad the 15/5 is impossible. She'll have too choose one of them, and the W 10,000 is early (2nd day), so if she runs it it might hurt her chances in the 5 or 15. She's very untested at 10,000, just that Stanford race (31:18) on May 2, but she also has that 65:15 half. Nice problem to have, in a way, but frustrating.
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    5km and 1500m seem like obvious doubles. IAAF's inability to schedule anything properly is shocking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinR View Post
    Even Keni looked like she was sailing over them a bit.
    It's now within the realm of possibility that KH, WR-holder and in the midst of a very good season, won't even medal. Wms, Amusan and Ali look good enough to push her out!
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