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2019 Doha IAAF World Athletics Championships Live Stream/Results

Posted 3 years ago

The Championships is scheduled Friday, September 27, 2019 - Sunday October 6, 2019.

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  • lobster User since:
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    Lobster said 3 years ago

    Close calls by Genevieve Lalonde, and Lindsey Butterworth ! Genevieve was the last Qualifier, but WTF, congrats to you both ! De Grasse and Brown qualified easily it seems, as did Alysha Newman, one of our two women pole vaulters. A pretty good start, nes’t ce pas ?

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    sub49 said 3 years ago

    Ahmed and Knight now both through as well, great first day, let's see if we can build on it!

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  • gl2728 User since:
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    gl2728 said 3 years ago

    The 5k heats were wild especially the 1st, best race of the night And the fans were going crazy

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    Anonymous said 3 years ago

    just me or knight looking a bit flat?

    Great both guys made it through, just a comment

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    Master2B said 3 years ago

    The 5k almost had all three Ingebrigtsens in the final but unfortunately Jakob got the DQ.

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    Master2B said 3 years ago

    Also surprised to see Hannah Green and Lyndsey Sharp get knocked out in the 800m heats! Eunice Sum is a World Champion and she was the last qualifier. Great for Butterworth to make it through!

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    Anonymous said 3 years ago

    marathon stream? can't find anything on cbc and youtube is blocked

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    Master2B said 3 years ago

    Jakob’s appeal was successful and all 3 Ingebrigtens are in the 5K final!

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    Anonymous said 3 years ago

    Tessier looks like she may move into top 10! That would be amazing!!

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    Anonymous said 3 years ago

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    "marathon stream? can't find anything on cbc and youtube is blocked"



    Download the CBC app and it will stream...you can catch lat 10 km!

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    Link here said 3 years ago

    https://www.cbc.ca/sports/olympics/trackandfield/world-track-and-field-championships-2019-doha-1.5289532

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  • oldlegs User since:
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    oldlegs said 3 years ago

    Tessier in 9th. Wow. Congrats. Top 10 is an IAAF auto-qualifier time for Tokyo 2020.

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    Annon said 3 years ago

    But will athletics Canada allow her to go. Anyone know how that works. Awesome first day.

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    Master2B said 3 years ago

    Myrand was 27th and Gollish dropped out before 25K due to heat exhaustion.

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    Josh Seifarth said 3 years ago

    Quoting: Annon
    "But will athletics Canada allow her to go. Anyone know how that works. Awesome first day."


    She is now eligible for selection, but nothing is guaranteed unless she wins STWM (trials), though she isn't running. Like Cliff (also not running the trials), she is now in the pool of athletes eligible for selection on the team, though more athletes will likely be joining them through the qualification period through the end of May next year.

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    Anonymous said 3 years ago

    I would think a top ten at world championships would/should trump any other result. An incredible performance today by Tessier and Myrand.

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    Oldster said 3 years ago

    Quoting: Josh Seifarth
    "She is now eligible for selection, but nothing is guaranteed unless she wins STWM (trials), though she isn't running. Like Cliff (also not running the trials), she is now in the pool of athletes eligible for selection on the team, though more athletes will likely be joining them through the qualification period through the end of May next year."


    No, this goes beyond being "eligible for selection". This is the equivalent to running sub-2:29:30 within the qualifying period. Winning STWM may also do it*, but finishing 2nd or lower in over 2:29:30 will NOT rate higher, particularly given this was a major championship marathon in similar conditions to those expected in Tokyo. At this point, I don't think anyone will make this team without either winning STWM or running at least 2:28-29-- a very good situation for Canadian women's marathoning!

    *Being first Canadian at SWTM in over 2:29:30 will not guarantee anyone anything as far as Tokyo is concerned, is my bet.

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    Josh Seifarth said 3 years ago

    Quoting: Oldster
    "No, this goes beyond being "eligible for selection". This is the equivalent to running sub-2:29:30 within the qualifying period. Winning STWM may also do it*, but finishing 2nd or lower in over 2:29:30 will NOT rate higher, particularly given this was a major championship marathon in similar conditions to those expected in Tokyo. At this point, I don't think anyone will make this team without either winning STWM or running at least 2:28-29-- a very good situation for Canadian women's marathoning!

    *Being first Canadian at SWTM in over 2:29:30 will not guarantee anyone anything as far as Tokyo is concerned, is my bet."


    I'm certain you know well enough that wining the trials and achieving standard equivalent (in any of its various forms, including a top 80 world ranking) during the qualifying period (to May 31, 2020) will do it and, assuming AC doesn't back track on their criteria, assures selection.

    From there we'll have the usual political battle I suspect as I predict we will have 5-7 on the women's side with various standard equivalents. Some will go to the olympics happy, other will feel wronged, and we can do it again in 4 years!

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    Josh Seifarth said 3 years ago

    ^This isn't to say Lyndsey isn't sitting pretty. I'd actually think her position for selection is stronger than Rachel's with this performance.

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    SteveWeiler said 3 years ago

    Quoting: Oldster
    "*Being first Canadian at SWTM in over 2:29:30 will not guarantee anyone anything as far as Tokyo is concerned, is my bet."


    The criteria are pretty clear that national champ listed in IAAF World Rankings is an automatic qualification, going so far as to say that the NTC must reserve a spot (initial nomination meeting) for national champs to allow selection at final selection meeting, i.e. providing full opportunity to achieve standard or World Ranking to solidify auto selection.

    AC could ignore their own criteria as you suggest, but it looks like an awfully strong case for successful appeals.

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    Lobster said 3 years ago

    In the men’s 100m semis there are a lot of sprinters running on memories. Hard to pick who might pull things together.

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    Anonymous said 3 years ago

    1. Can’t see the STWM not going under 2:29:30
    2. Even if it does the winner will almost certainly be selectable by world ranking

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    Anonymous said 3 years ago

    How will AC place weight on these performances? Logically, it makes sense for Tessier's performance to automatically be selected for Olympics. It seems like a no brainer, we have never had any women place that high in the marathon at a world championship event. I can't see AC taking someone that runs 2:29 over a 9th place finish. At the same time, half the field dropped out and our other top Canadian marathoners did not start.

    Would be nice if AC would provide more insight. Will time bump a top ten?

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    PerryG said 3 years ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "How will AC place weight on these performances? Logically, it makes sense for Tessier's performance to automatically be selected for Olympics. It seems like a no brainer, we have never had any women place that high in the marathon at a world championship event. I can't see AC taking someone that runs 2:29 over a 9th place finish. At the same time, half the field dropped out and our other top Canadian marathoners did not start.

    Would be nice if AC would provide more insight. Will time bump a top ten?"


    Jacqueline Gareau finished fifth at the 1983 World Track and Field Championships!

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    SteveWeiler said 3 years ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "How will AC place weight on these performances? Logically, it makes sense for Tessier's performance to automatically be selected for Olympics. It seems like a no brainer, we have never had any women place that high in the marathon at a world championship event. I can't see AC taking someone that runs 2:29 over a 9th place finish. At the same time, half the field dropped out and our other top Canadian marathoners did not start.

    Would be nice if AC would provide more insight. Will time bump a top ten?"


    I personally think Tessier should be an easy selection, but agree and have previously stated that I would have preferred more clarity.

    Canadian Jacqueline Gareau placed 5th in the marathon at the 1983 World Championship.

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