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    Quote Originally Posted by eightsevensix View Post
    That’s the question. What was the carbon footprint of this championship? Was it worth it?
    you realize in that part of the world there's so much petroleum that they burn it for electricity ???? (although i understand qatar's wealth is from natural gas apparently...)
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    Based on the quality of the winning marks, was this the greatest women's global championship meet in history?
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    I’ll remember astonishing performances in the Women’s 400m and 400m hurdles, Brazier’s courageous third 200, and the US men not dropping the baton in an AR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzcyclist View Post
    Based on the quality of the winning marks, was this the greatest women's global championship meet in history?
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    Quote Originally Posted by maggot View Post
    I can't read this. How about actual text instead of a crappy jpeg file?
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    Quote Originally Posted by effable View Post
    I’ll remember astonishing performances ...Brazier’s courageous third 200,...
    That is certainly at the top of my list, also on my list are Barshim, Kovacs , Christian Taylor and both hurdles, Holloway and Warholm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Weights&Shoes View Post

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    Location. Many were against it for various reasons but to see that stadium empty the whole meet,
    Well, however they did it, they got the stadium quite full starting with "Barshim day". On TV, anyway, it seemed like a WC crowd and noise after that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Shank View Post
    Well, however they did it, they got the stadium quite full starting with "Barshim day". On TV, anyway, it seemed like a WC crowd and noise after that.
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    Free admission will do it every time!
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    Lol ^
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    Quote Originally Posted by uakari View Post
    you realize in that part of the world there's so much petroleum that they burn it for electricity ???? (although i understand qatar's wealth is from natural gas apparently...)
    Actually, most countries are burning carbon hyrogen fuel for electricity, from natural gas to coal it makes up the lions share of energy source for electricity globally. Hopefully that can change, nuclear could easily meet global electricity demand.
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