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    Quote Originally Posted by Powell View Post
    44.47 for Kirani James, winning by over a second. Not a bad comeback.
    Wonderful to see James back on the track, and running a time that (for a first effort) puts him in the frame for Doha.
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    Did he not do it on the LAST POSSIBLE DAY for qualification?!
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    James looked good, coming out of lane two.

    I also enjoyed the camera angle for the shot put, which gave you a good view of the entire throw.

    Overall, a lot of close races
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    I am not sure who was announcing the TV coverage of the meet for the Olympic Channel, but he could use some remedial work. He seemed to add extra vowels and occasional extra consonants into the athletes' names. But then he mispronounced Antonio McKay's name.....twice. Replacing the Kay with a Chi. I have never heard that approach taken prior to this. :???:
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    #35
    The last few years, I'm getting more and more Track meets auto-recorded on my DVR, and it's great!

    Besides the DL, I'm getting more "second tier" (IAAF Challenge?) and third tier meets (this one).
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    I also liked seeing 6 men basically even at hurdles 7 and 8 in the m400IH.

    Quite a good race!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinR View Post
    I am not sure who was announcing the TV coverage of the meet for the Olympic Channel, but he could use some remedial work. He seemed to add extra vowels and occasional extra consonants into the athletes' names. But then he mispronounced Antonio McKay's name.....twice. Replacing the Kay with a Chi. I have never heard that approach taken prior to this. :???:
    Since he said "one thousand and five hundred metres"and "People's Republic of South Africa," it must be the same guy who was doing ISATF Berlin.
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