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    Third 400 global final in a row where Miller-Uibo gets an outside lane. Hope she keeps her head, runs her own race, and clocks in the 48.5 I know she's capable of delivering.

    2 1546 Iga BAUMGART-WITAN POLPOL 51.02 51.02
    3 1183 Shericka JACKSON JAMJAM 49.78 49.78
    4 1185 Stephenie Ann MCPHERSON JAMJAM 49.92 50.70
    5 376 Salwa Eid NASER BRNBRN 49.08 49.17
    6 1982 Wadeline JONATHAS USAUSA 50.07 50.07
    7 226 Shaunae MILLER-UIBO BAHBAH 48.97 49.05
    8 1966 Phyllis FRANCIS USAUSA 49.92 50.22
    9 1557 Justyna ŚWIĘTY-ERSETIC POLPOL 50.41 50.85
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    Quote Originally Posted by damiansport2 View Post
    I like Swiety
    not a chance!
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    something definitely up with S. Wimbley that she did not want to talk about right after the race. She ran 300 meters but did you see the sweat pouring from her and how out of breath she was? She looked and sounded like she just ran 1500m.
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    something definitely up with S. Wimbley that she did not want to talk about right after the race. She ran 300 meters but did you see the sweat pouring from her and how out of breath she was? She looked and sounded like she just ran 1500m.
    She noted she had a groin injury entering the meet. She felt pain warming up but didnt tell her coach so that she could just try and run. She felt pain at 300m and stopped so that it wouldnt end up worse with the Olympic season coming up.
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    Just one track final today. Something seems off about the spacing of finals.
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    bundling the multis puts a big demand on the facility's carrying capacity
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    Swimming manages to maintain a predictable championships schedule, and there are way more multiple-event athletes. I do not understand why the IAAF cannot do the same.
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    Swimming manages to maintain a predictable championships schedule, and there are way more multiple-event athletes. I do not understand why the IAAF cannot do the same.
    Only one event can be in the pool at a time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etuoyo View Post
    Just one track final today. Something seems off about the spacing of finals.
    The IAAF: Where nothing makes sense anymore
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    Quote Originally Posted by gm View Post
    Only one event can be in the pool at a time.
    Not sure I get your point. There can only be one race on the track at a time. And the days of Carl Lewis type track athlete /field eventer are like no longer existent. And you can have multiple field events at a time. So seems easier to manage the athletics scheduling although I appreciate swimmers seem to be able to do much more events with limited rest in between.
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