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Cassius
Sep 20th, 2002, 11:36 PM
I can't remember all the results, but they can be found at www.iaaf.com
I was disappointed that Kim Gevaert didn't do better, but I can only assume that she's knackered. She's not run at all well since winning 2 silver medals in the Europeans.
I was inpressed yet again by my favourite athlete, Yelena Zadorozhnaya. She ran in the 3000m against Szabo and Adere, and only narrowly lost out to those two, by a few thousandths of a second, with Adere just dipping past Szabo on the line.
What with Gevaert and Feofanova not being at their best, the only reason I had to be happy was Yelena's fine run.
A little extract from www.iaaf.com

'Berhane Adere gave us one of the best, and it was all the more exciting because the final straight featured three rivals - Adere, Yelena Zadorozhnaya and Gaby Szabo - who have illuminated this end of season in the middle distances. The race was uneventful until the final lap, when Spaniard Beatriz Santiago shot into the lead, and woke the crowd from its post-downpour torpor. But she was quickly relayed by Zadorozhnaya in the backstraight. Until Szabo shot past. The Russian stayed abreast with Szabo with Adere falling back. But when Szabo finally edged clear of Zadorozhnaya, Adere came with such a rush that she made up three metres in the last ten, and swept past Szabo as the Romanian made the mistake of celebrating too soon.'

TheBoiledEgg
Sep 21st, 2002, 03:15 AM
can't believe Feofanova lost :eek:

still in the womens champs we're just a point behind Europe and 2 ahead of USA.

IAAF World Cup, Madrid, Spain:

Standings MEN after 10 events
Rank Team Points

1 Africa 65
2 United States 61
3 Europe 60
4 Americas 52
5 Asia 47
6 Spain 46.5
7 Great Britain & N.I. 44
8 Germany 41.5
9 Oceania 31

Standings WOMEN after 10 events
Rank Team Points

1 Europe 63
2 Russia 62
3 United States 60
4 Africa 56
5 Americas 55
6 Germany 43
7 Spain 40
8 Asia 39
9 Oceania 28


Did you see Syrine Balti of Tunisia in the Pole Vault ???
she was HOT ;)

King Aaron
Sep 21st, 2002, 05:40 AM
Gaby lost again :(

I hope US pick up the womens title especialy with Marion there it's possible.

TheBoiledEgg
Sep 21st, 2002, 09:41 AM
We will win the Womens title :D

Marion has done her bit already

We should win long jump today,
High Jump should be won by Kajsa (EUR) so we hope to get 2nd with Marina Kuptsova.

Tatyana Tomashova should do good in 1500m but Arhan should win that again for EUR.

Shot Putt should be ours :) as should hammer :)
5000m again should be ours if its quick

plus our team should come in 1st two in 4x400m

Saturday timetable


Saturday 21 September 2002

17:15 Women HAMMER THROW FINAL Start list
17:50 Men TRIPLE JUMP FINAL Start list
18:05 Men POLE VAULT FINAL Start list
18:15 Women HIGH JUMP FINAL Start list
18:35 Men JAVELIN THROW FINAL Start list
18:40 Men 110 METRES HURDLES FINAL Start list
18:50 Women SHOT PUT FINAL Start list
18:55 Men 800 METRES FINAL Start list
19:05 Women 1500 METRES FINAL Start list
19:20 Women 100 METRES HURDLES FINAL Start list
19:35 Women 200 METRES FINAL Start list
19:40 Men 200 METRES FINAL Start list
19:45 Women LONG JUMP FINAL Start list
19:50 Men 3000 METRES STEEPLECHASE FINAL Start list
19:50 Men DISCUS THROW FINAL Start list
20:05 Women 5000 METRES FINAL Start list
20:30 Men 3000 METRES FINAL Start list
20:40 Women 4 X 400 METRES FINAL Start list
20:50 Men 4 X 400 METRES FINAL Start list

The Vampiress
Sep 21st, 2002, 10:26 AM
www.iaaf.com doesn't work. On going on to it, a windows box appears saying it needs a password and a username :confused:

To TBE: Thanks for that:) It works much better, still I can't understand why it would want my password and username, i never no the site was privatised, i looked at internet setting etc but nothing was relevant to it ???

Oh well thanks for that again

TheBoiledEgg
Sep 21st, 2002, 10:31 AM
try it again
or use www.iaaf.org

Cilla
Sep 21st, 2002, 10:36 AM
Originally posted by TheBoiledEgg
can't believe Feofanova lost :eek:

Sveta lost! :eek: :sad: To who :sad:

TheBoiledEgg
Sep 21st, 2002, 10:53 AM
Annika Bekker with 4m55

Cassius
Sep 22nd, 2002, 12:31 AM
Oops, sorry Allegra, I meant www.iaaf.org not www.iaaf.com

The African men win for the fourth time in a row, and the Russian women have won also:D:D:D
Yeah EGGY, the Tunisian pole vaulter was very delicious:drool:.