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Myth said 5 days ago

Doha 2019 WC Standards Posted

Qualification Standards for the IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019

Women
800m - 2:00.60
1500m (Mile) - 4:06.50 (4:25.20)
5000m - 15:22.00
10,000m - 31:50.00
Marathon - 2:37:00
3000m SC - 9:40.00

Men
800m - 1:45.80
1500m (Mile) - 3:36.00 (3:53.10)
5000m - 13:22.50
10000m - 27:40.00
Marathon - 2:16:00
3000m SC - 8:29.00

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    Anonymous said 5 days ago

    The woman’s standards are much faster this year! I wonder why they made thins change. Were there a lot of women running under 4:07.5 and 2:01? They had previously made standards slower because of all the skewed results due to doping so wonder why they’ve made them faster again. Should make things interesting...

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    Anonymous said 5 days ago

    Hmmmm, could be a very small contingent going based on 2018 PB's.

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    cooperaa said 5 days ago

    Lots of women hit the time for the marathon!

    Rachel Cliff 2:28:53 @ Berlin
    Lyndsay Tessier 2:30:47 @ Berlin
    Kinsey Middleton 2:32:09 @ STWM
    Melanie Myrand 2:34:08 @ Chicago
    Leslie Sexton 2:36:03 @ STWM
    Krista Duchene 2:36:46 @ STWM

    Only Levins on the men's side.

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    Master2B said 4 days ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "The woman’s standards are much faster this year! I wonder why they made thins change. Were there a lot of women running under 4:07.5 and 2:01? They had previously made standards slower because of all the skewed results due to doping so wonder why they’ve made them faster again. Should make things interesting..."


    In 2018 in the women's 800 we had:

    Butterworth - 2:00.81
    Bouchard - 2:01.25
    Westaway - 2:01.61
    and with the probable addition of Melissa Bishop the standard doesn't look too bad.

    The 1500 looks a bit more dire:

    G. Stafford - 4:05.83
    L. Stafford - 4:09.17
    with Nicole Sifuentes retiring it leaves only Gabriela unless someone else has a big improvement.

    The AC 2017 WC standards in these events were: 2:01.00 and 4:07.50.

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    Anonymous said 4 days ago

    Quoting: Master2B
    "In 2018 in the women's 800 we had:

    Butterworth - 2:00.81
    Bouchard - 2:01.25
    Westaway - 2:01.61
    and with the probable addition of Melissa Bishop the standard doesn't look too bad.

    The 1500 looks a bit more dire:

    G. Stafford - 4:05.83
    L. Stafford - 4:09.17
    with Nicole Sifuentes retiring it leaves only Gabriela unless someone else has a big improvement.

    The AC 2017 WC standards in these events were: 2:01.00 and 4:07.50."


    Yeah we had 3 who didn't make the standard in the 800m in 2018. Close doesn't count last time I looked.

    They made the standards faster because more people were making the previous standard. therefore they lower the mark. Not sure how your doping comment has any relevance.

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    Anonymous said 4 days ago

    27:40 for Men's 10,000 is ridiculous

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    Anonymous said 4 days ago

    Quoting: cooperaa
    "Lots of women hit the time for the marathon!

    Rachel Cliff 2:28:53 @ Berlin
    Lyndsay Tessier 2:30:47 @ Berlin
    Kinsey Middleton 2:32:09 @ STWM
    Melanie Myrand 2:34:08 @ Chicago
    Leslie Sexton 2:36:03 @ STWM
    Krista Duchene 2:36:46 @ STWM

    Only Levins on the men's side."



    It will be interesting to see who decides to declare for the marathon, given it is likely going to be run at night. Very unique circumstances that will be challenging to train and prepare for!

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    Anonymous said 3 days ago

    Quoting: cooperaa
    "Lots of women hit the time for the marathon!

    Rachel Cliff 2:28:53 @ Berlin
    Lyndsay Tessier 2:30:47 @ Berlin
    Kinsey Middleton 2:32:09 @ STWM
    Melanie Myrand 2:34:08 @ Chicago
    Leslie Sexton 2:36:03 @ STWM
    Krista Duchene 2:36:46 @ STWM

    Only Levins on the men's side."


    The IAAF standard for the women's marathon used to be 2:45, but AC (and most countries) had stricter standards.
    Does AC have to use these standards now?
    (that would be a great boost for marathon in - more athletes would be willing to give it a try)

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    Anonymous said 3 days ago

    Quoting: Master2B
    "In 2018 in the women's 800 we had:

    Butterworth - 2:00.81
    Bouchard - 2:01.25
    Westaway - 2:01.61
    and with the probable addition of Melissa Bishop the standard doesn't look too bad.

    The 1500 looks a bit more dire:

    G. Stafford - 4:05.83
    L. Stafford - 4:09.17
    with Nicole Sifuentes retiring it leaves only Gabriela unless someone else has a big improvement.

    The AC 2017 WC standards in these events were: 2:01.00 and 4:07.50."


    Kate Ayers? 4:09 in 2018, big breakthrough. Based on XC performance this fall, doesn't look like a fluke. Assuming that she is able to continue progressing in 2019, she might be a contender to make the standard. It would be a big ask, but not impossible.

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    Anonymous said 3 days ago

    It can be expected that AC will have more strict standards, given the goal of the team sent is being competitive globally.

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    Anonymous said 2 days ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "Yeah we had 3 who didn't make the standard in the 800m in 2018. Close doesn't count last time I looked.

    They made the standards faster because more people were making the previous standard. therefore they lower the mark. Not sure how your doping comment has any relevance."


    they changed the worlds standards a few years ago and made them slower because so many women were caught for doping which skewed the results of what the top women were running.

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    Anonymous said 2 days ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "Kate Ayers? 4:09 in 2018, big breakthrough. Based on XC performance this fall, doesn't look like a fluke. Assuming that she is able to continue progressing in 2019, she might be a contender to make the standard. It would be a big ask, but not impossible."



    I imagine L. Stafford and Sarah McPherson will also be looking for this standard. L. Stafford just shaved 7 seconds off her time last year and if healthy don’t think it’s crazy to think she could shave another few. McPherson has been at that 4:09 mark for several years and could be near a breakthrough. Quite a few girls are on the cusp so I’m thinking we’ll have some girls in the mix if all goes well.

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    Runfastrunfar said 2 days ago

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    "It can be expected that AC will have more strict standards, given the goal of the team sent is being competitive globally."


    To what end?

    Your chances of making the Canadian Team in track and field is literally 1 in a million (1,125,000). By making the Canadian National Team Standards even tougher than the World Standard and the Olympic Standard you are making kids quit in droves. We almost lost Nina Schultz to China (she actually went to their Sports Championships) because of this "standard".

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