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Ash said 10 months ago

2019 Canadian Athletics Results - Outdoor

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    Ash said 2 months ago

    2019 Berlin Marathon
    Berlin, Germany
    September 29, 2019
    https://runningmagazine.ca/sections/runs-races/krista-duchene-wins-masters-race-at-berlin-marathon/

    Women’s Marathon
    12. Krista DuChene - 2:32.27 SB

    DuChene was the first Masters level competitor to finish

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    Annon said 2 months ago

    Anyone know where there is a link for day 2 worlds as I missed original broadcast. Or link to wms 10 k. Thanks.

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    Ash said 2 months ago

    2019 Berlin Marathon
    Berlin, Germany
    September 29, 2019

    Men’s Wheelchair Marathon
    3. Brent Lakatos - 1:31.46
    13. Josh Cassidy - 1:36.53

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    Ash said 2 months ago

    2019 IAAF World Championships
    Doha, Qatar
    Day 3 - Sunday, September 29, 2019

    Women’s Pole Vault - Final
    5. Alysha Newman - 4.80m
    *Best-ever Canadian result

    Men’s 200m - Heats
    3. Aaron Brown - 20.10 (+1.0) Q
    7. Andre De Grasse - 20.20 (+0.9) Q
    17. Brendon Rodney - 20.38 (+0.2) Q

    Women’s 100m - Semi-Finals
    19. Crystal Emmanuel - 11.29 (+0.5)

    Men’s 800m - Semi-Finals
    6. Marco Arop - 1:45.07 Q
    18. Brandon McBride - 1:46.21

    Women’s 20km Racewalk - Final
    34. Rachel Seaman - 1:45.40

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    Meizner said 2 months ago

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    Men’s 800m - Semi-Finals
    6. Marco Arop - 1:45.07 Q
    18. Brandon McBride - 1:46.21"


    Tough break for McBride but so goes the rutheless nature of 800m rounds.

    I like Arop's chances at a medal!

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    Mo said 2 months ago

    Mo! Mo! Mo! Mo!

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    Ash said 2 months ago

    2019 IAAF World Championships
    Doha, Qatar
    Day 4 - Monday, September 30, 2019

    Women's Javelin Throw - Prelims
    16. Elizabeth Gleadle - 60.17m

    Women's 200m - Heats
    19. Crystal Emmanuel - 23.00 (+0.4) q

    Women's 400m - Heats
    27. Aiyanna-Brigitte Stiverne - 52.03
    33. Madeline Price - 52.24

    Men's 200m - Semi-Finals
    5. Andre De Grasse - 20.08 (-0.1) Q
    7. Aaron Brown - 20.20 (-0.3) q

    13. Brendon Rodney - 20.34 (+0.1)

    Men's 5,000m - Final
    BRONZE. Mohammed Ahmed - 13:01.11
    10. Justyn Knight - 13:26.63

    Women's 3,000m Steeplechase - Final
    14. Geneviève Lalonde - 9:32.92

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    Ash said 2 months ago

    2019 IAAF World Championships
    Doha, Qatar
    Day 5 - Tuesday, October 2, 2019

    Men’s 200m - Final
    SILVER. Andre De Grasse - 19.95 (+0.3)
    6. Aaron Brown - 20.10 (+0.3)

    Men’s 800m - Final
    7. Marco Arop - 1:45.78

    Women’s 200m - Semi-Finals
    9. Crystal Emmanuel - 22.65 (+0.4) SB

    Men’s 3,000m Steeplechase
    4. Matthew Hughes - 8:13.12 SB/q
    30. Ryan Smeeton - 8:32.53
    32. John Gay - 8:33.74

    Women’s 400m Hurdles - Heats
    15. Sage Watson - 55.57 Q

    Men’s High Jump - Qualification
    6. Mike Mason - 2.29m q
    23. Django Lovett - 2.22m

    Men’s 400m - Heats
    24. Philip Osei - 45.87 q

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    Ash said 2 months ago

    2019 IAAF World Championships
    Doha, Qatar
    Day 6 - Wednesday, October 2, 2019

    Men’s Decathlon – Day 1

    1. Damian Warner – 4513 points
    100m: 10.35 (+0.8) – 1011
    Long Jump: 7.67m (-0.1) – 977
    Shot Put: 15.17m – 800
    High Jump: 2.02m SB – 822
    400m: 48.12 (903)

    2. Pierce Lepage – 4486 points
    100m: 10.36 (+0.8) – 1008
    Long Jump: 7.79m (+0.2) – 1007
    Shot Put: 13.21m – 680
    High Jump: 2.05m – 850
    400m: 47.35 PB - 941

    Women’s Shot Put – Qualification
    11. Brittany Crew – 18.30m q
    24. Sarah Mitton – 17.24m

    Women’s 1,500m – Heats
    11. Gabriela Debues-Stafford – 4:07.28 Q

    Women’s 5,000m – Heats
    13. Andrea Seccafien – 15:04.67 PB/q
    21. Rachel Cliff – 15:41.27
    DNS. Jessica O’Connell

    Men’s 400m – Semi-Finals
    19. Philip Osei – 45.44

    Women’s 400m Hurdles – Semi-Finals
    4. Sage Watson – 54.32 NR/Q

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    Ash said 2 months ago

    2019 IAAF World Championships
    Doha, Qatar
    Day 7 - Thursday, October 3, 2019

    Men’s Decathlon – Day 2
    BRONZE. Damian Warner – 8529 points
    110m Hurdles: 13.56 (+0.8) – 1032
    Discus Throw: 42.19m – 709
    Pole Vault: 4.70m - 819
    Javelin: 62.87m – 781
    1,500m: 4:40.77 – 675

    5. Pierce Lepage – points
    110m Hurdles: 14.19 (+0.8) – 950
    Discus Throw: 41.19m – 689
    Pole Vault: 5.20m – 972
    Javelin: 57.42m SB – 699
    1,500m: 4:45.09 PB – 649

    Men’s Shot Put – Qualification
    10. Tim Nedow – 20.94m Q

    Women’s Shot Put – Final
    8. Brittany Crew – 18.55m

    Women’s 1,500m – Semi-Finals
    2. Gabriela Debues-Stafford – 4:01.04 Q

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    Ash said 2 months ago

    2019 IAAF World Championships
    Doha, Qatar
    Day 8 - Friday, October 4, 2019

    Men’s High Jump – Final
    7. Michael Mason – 2.30m

    Men’s 4x100m – Heats
    9. Canada (Gavin Smellie, Aaron Brown, Brendon Rodney, Andre De Grasse) – 37.91 SB
    *an appeal by Canada claiming an exchange violation by the USA was rejected

    Women’s 400m Hurdles – Final
    8. Sage Watson – 54.82

    Men’s 3,000m Steeplechase – Final
    14. Matthew Hughes – 8:24.78

    Men’s 20km Race Walk – Final
    DNS. Evan Dunfee

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    Kempertoo said 2 months ago

    Men’s 4x100m – Heats
    9. Canada (Gavin Smellie, Aaron Brown, Brendon Rodney, Andre De Grasse) – 37.91 SB
    *an appeal by Canada claiming an exchange violation by the USA was rejected


    Why would Canada protest against the USA (who finished 3rd in the first heat)? Wasn't it 3 + 2?

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

    IMO it's because race officials should gave caught it in Canada's opinion. Keeping everyone honest.

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

    That would make sense if they actually won the protest but now they just look like idiots.

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    Ash said 2 months ago

    2019 IAAF World Championships
    Doha, Qatar
    Day 9 - Saturday, October 5, 2019

    Women's 100m Hurdles - Heats
    33. Phylicia George - 13.49 (+0.4)

    Women's 4x400m Relay - Heats
    5. Canada (Alicia Brown, Aiyanna-Brigitte Stiverne, Madeline Price, Sage Watson) 3:25.86 Q/SB

    Men's Shot Put - Final
    9. Tim Nedow - 20.85m

    Women's 1,500m - Final
    6. Gabriela DeBues-Stafford - 3:56.12 NR

    Women's 5,000m - Final
    13. Andrea Seccafien - 14:59.95 PB

    Men's Marathon - Final
    36. John Mason - 2:19:21
    45. Berhanu Degefa - 2:22:28

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    Ash said 2 months ago

    2019 IAAF World Championships
    Doha, Qatar
    Day 10 - Sunday, October 6, 2019

    Men's 10,000m - Final
    6. Mohammed Ahmed - 26:59.35 NR

    Women's 4x400m Relay - Final
    DQ. Canada (Alicia Brown, Aiyanna-Brigitte Stiverne, Madeline Price, Sage Watson)
    *exchange violation on the first leg

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    Lobster said 2 months ago

    A third national record in men 10km, but we lose an appeal in the women 4 x 4 relay. So, 0 for 3 in the relas. Not great.

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    Ash said 1 month ago

    2019 World Para Athletics Championships
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    November 7-15, 2019

    Thursday, November 7

    RESULTS PENDING

    Men’s 400m T38 Round 1
    7. Zachary Gingras - 53.80 q

    Men’s 100m T53 Round 1
    1. Brent Lakatos - (+1.2) Q/SB

    Women’s 100m T53 Round 1
    8. Ilana Dupont - 18.14 (+0.8) q

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