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Friday At World Indoors
LRC Friday At World Indoors: Trayvon Bromell, Brianne Theisen-Eaton And Brittney Reese Come Up Totally Clutch For Gold, Asafa Powell Does Not, As Nia Ali Repeats In 60H The first night of track action was full of drama as Trayvon Bromell showed he’s clutch and Asafa Powell showed he’s not. On the women’s side of the ledger, Brianne Theisen-Eaton and Brittney Reese came up huge as well for gold. Plus Tom Walsh gave New Zealand its 1st-ever gold!
LRC Men’s 1,500 Prelims: Matt Centrowitz Dazzles As All The Favorites Make Final And Robby Andrews Qualifies Easily Centro had a big kick in the first heat to get the win in a super-tactical 3:47 while the second heat got off easy as they all basically jogged a 4-minute mile to qualify.
MB: Official World Indoor Live Discussion Thread – Day 2
LRC Friday Early Distance Prelims Recap: Caleb Ndiku Falls And Advances To Final, As American Brenda Martinez, Berian, Sowinski, Ryan Hill And Paul Chelimo Make Finals We break down the first track action from World Indoors.
LRC Caleb Ndiku Has A Message For Mo Farah: “All I know is I’m still the guy to watch.”
LRC World Record Holders Lavillenie And Suhr Kick Off World Indoors In Impressive Fashion It only took Lavillenie two jumps to wrap up pole vault gold, but that didn’t stop him from entertaining the Portland crowd with three attempts at the the world record. It was an all-American battle for gold on the women’s side as Suhr and Sandi Morris went 1-2 with Suhr setting a Championship record.
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Catching Up With Ben True