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1 hour ago, juddy96 said:

Men's 20km Race Walk https://atletismo.gal/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/20km-masculino.pdf

:ITA Massimo Stano 1:17:45

:GUA Jose Alejandro Barrondo 1:19:55

:COL Jose Montana 1:20:18

:ECU Andres Chocho 1:20:30

:MEX Carlos Sanchez Cantera 1:20:39

:ECU Brian Pintado 1:20:44

:IRL Alex Wright 1:20:50

:MEX Julio Cesar Salazar 1:20:57

:ITA Giorgio Rubino 1:20:59

Very weird time by the italian guy, he improved his PB by more than 3 minutes ... :lol:

Let's pray that he will never win any medal!


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Massimo stano will be italian future......hopefully that any italian doctor,or chinese coaches,or colonia's antidoping officials leave him alone.

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NCAA Championships

Women's 400m: :GUY Aliyah Abrams 51.13 https://dt8v5llb2dwhs.cloudfront.net/NCAA/023-2_compiled.htm

Racers Grand Prix https://racersgrandprix.com/liveresults/

Women's 400m: :BAH Shaunae Miller-Uibo 49.54

Women's 400mH: :JAM Nikita Tracey 55.25 and :JAM Ronda Whyte 55.31

Women's Triple Jump :JAM Shanieka Ricketts 14.69m (1.0) and :USA Keturah Orji 14.45m (1.1) and :GHA Nadia Eke 14.33m (0.8)

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Women's 100 metres

 

Laura Müller :GER 11,15 in Rehlingen: https://laportal.net/Competitions/CurrentList/129039/1957

 

By the way, here are live results for the meeting: https://laportal.net/Competitions/Details/1957 There's quite a good field for such a comparatively small Meeting, not only from Germany but also international.

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18 hours ago, OlympicsFan said:

Very weird time by the italian guy, he improved his PB by more than 3 minutes ... :lol:

Let's pray that he will never win any medal!

 

there's nothing weird...he was already 4th at last year's Europeans and quickly improving...basically this is only his 3rd season within the NT...

and it's not that he won the race with 5 minutes margin over the other competitors...actually, he didn't even win the race and the top 8 are all within a minute or so (77 secs to be precise)...

the time overall is not so significant...if you look at the entire results' list, you can see the Japanese guys at 1h17mins too and a bunch of people at 1h18mins...and if you look at the women's race also, it's obvious that it was a run race and not a race walking competition...probably the judges were still doing their "siesta" at the time of the race...:whistle:

 

p.s. however, he improved said PB by "only" 2 minutes and 34 seconds, not "more than 3 minutes"...:evil:

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Also in Rehlingen: Irina Gerashchenko :UKR at least 1,99m in High Jump.

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:GBR Nick Miller 77.72 in Hammer Throw qualified for Olympics

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21 hours ago, phelps said:

 

there's nothing weird...he was already 4th at last year's Europeans and quickly improving...basically this is only his 3rd season within the NT...

and it's not that he won the race with 5 minutes margin over the other competitors...actually, he didn't even win the race and the top 8 are all within a minute or so (77 secs to be precise)...

the time overall is not so significant...if you look at the entire results' list, you can see the Japanese guys at 1h17mins too and a bunch of people at 1h18mins...and if you look at the women's race also, it's obvious that it was a run race and not a race walking competition...probably the judges were still doing their "siesta" at the time of the race...:whistle:

 

p.s. however, he improved said PB by "only" 2 minutes and 34 seconds, not "more than 3 minutes"...:evil:

Where did you get that information? On the IAAF website it says that his best time before this year was 1:20.51, which would mean that he improved his PB by more than 3 minutes. Did he already go faster than that before last weekend? In the end it doesn't really matter whether he improved his PB by 3 minutes or "only" 2 minutes and 34 seconds. Taking such a huge chunk off your PB in one single race at the age of 27 when you were already close to world class before that is very suspicious in my book.

 

For reference: A guy improving from 1:20 to 1:17 is roughly equivalent to a woman improving from 11 seconds to 10,6 seconds in the 100 m sprint. If a woman would do that (especially at the age of 27) there would be no doubt in most peoples mind that something fishy was going on.


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