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    Kamila Skolimowska Memorial 2019 Men's 400m: Gardiner 44.14
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    Kamila Skolimowska Men's 400m
    1. SpeedyStevie 44.14 SB
    2. Yousif Rabah 46.02
    3. Tyrell Richard 46.27
    4. Rafal Omelko 46.28
    5. Jakub Krzewina 46.37 SB

    Has't run much this year but a fine tune up race before the Championships.
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    2 more huge winning PR marks: 4:01.80 by Shannon Osika in 1500 and 22.25 (73-0) by Konrad Bukowiecki in the shot!
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    Felix also at this meet

    51.47 over Swiety--Ersetic 51.54
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    Less than two weeks before the start of the World Championships.
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    Gardiner's first race since his 44.90 at national champs on Jul 27. He could well be setting himself for a well-timed peak. His all-time best was run in Doha too (43.87 in May 2018).

    Of course, he also might not be there if Bahama federation continues their shenanagins...
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    Quote Originally Posted by AS View Post
    Gardiner's first race since his 44.90 at national champs on Jul 27. He could well be setting himself for a well-timed peak. His all-time best was run in Doha too (43.87 in May 2018).

    Of course, he also might not be there if Bahama federation continues their shenanagins...
    We could witness the first 400m where 4 duck under 44.00. Gardiner Norman, Kerley and Bloomfield. Of course Kirani is also running well.

    With good health 2020 could even be better by adding WVN and Haroun.
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    Gardiner seems to like to run these obscure meets. Beginning to wonder if he will be able to handle the rounds and intensity level of Worlds?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Kritzler View Post
    Gardiner seems to like to run these obscure meets. Beginning to wonder if he will be able to handle the rounds and intensity level of Worlds?
    Magic 8-ball says, "Don't count on it," but then again, can Karani do it after his injury lay-off?
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    just to clarify (because this is pedantry central), James not "injured"; he's dealing with Graves' Disease.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Kritzler View Post
    Gardiner seems to like to run these obscure meets. Beginning to wonder if he will be able to handle the rounds and intensity level of Worlds?
    you mean like the last World Champs, where he ran 44.75 in the heats, 43.89 in the semis and then took silver in the final? :-)
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