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Athletics Qualification to Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games

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4 hours ago, Shravan Kumar said:

Good to see he is back and in reasonable form


strength does not come from physical capacity but from an indomitable will. - Gandhi

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On 23/01/2020 at 16:29, Wumo said:

@Johne

I have a question. Does your Road-To-Tokyo tool take indoor performances into account? I'm asking because it seems high jumper :USA Darryl Sullivan's jump of 2.33m doesn't appear on your list from this week's update. 

https://www.worldathletics.org/athletes/united-states/darryl-sullivan-309585

 

Good question.  It didn't previously but tonight's update will.  Thats a good example where I can check the code is working.

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Karlsruhe

 

High Jump Women

 

Imke Onnen :GER at least 1,96m (Competition is still running)

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21-year-old :GBR Jemma Reekie has set a new British indoor 800m record in Glasgow with a time of 1:57.91. Her former personal best was 2:01.45 (outdoor). Reekie’s time is the fastest time set since 2006 on a indoor 800m and it moves her to 11th on the world all-time list on women's indoor 800m. :GBR Laura Muir finished second in 1:58.44. 

 

There has also been some discussion about footwear. It has been stated by some that Jemma Reekie and Laura Muir used a new Nike prototype of spikes. These types of spikes are only available to selected elite athetes sponsored by Nike. 

 

It has to be said it is not clear if Reekie used the new protoype during the race, as it appears to be Muir who is holding the shoes on the picture to the right. 

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From 2.01.5 outdoor to 1.57.9 indoor in 6 months, great progression :mumble:

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1 hour ago, Wumo said:

21-year-old :GBR Jemma Reekie has set a new British indoor 800m record in Glasgow with a time of 1:57.91. Her former personal best was 2:01.45 (outdoor). Reekie’s time is the fastest time set since 2006 on a indoor 800m and it moves her to 11th on the world all-time list on women's indoor 800m. :GBR Laura Muir finished second in 1:58.44. 

 

There has also been some discussion about footwear. It has been stated by some that Jemma Reekie and Laura Muir used a new Nike prototype of spikes. These types of spikes are only available to selected elite athetes sponsored by Nike. 

 

It has to be said it is not clear if Reekie used the new protoype during the race, as it appears to be Muir who is holding the shoes on the picture to the right. 

Looking at the bottom of her show they’re not the same.


“Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. Sport can create hope where once there was only despair” - Nelson Mandela

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