Podcast: Will Christian Coleman Be at Worlds? Weltklasse Zürich Preview, Transgender Woman to Run NCAA Cross Country, Can Coburn Go Sub-9?
August 27, 2019
The 2019 Diamond League track and field season has its first final this Thursday in Zürich and we break it down in this week’s LetsRun.com Track Talk Podcast.
First, we start by discussing Christian Coleman missing three drug tests. What does that mean for Worlds? Then we talk Hanna Green winning in Paris, have some men’s 1500m talk and then talk the Diamond League final in detail. Can Emma Coburn go sub-9 in the steeple and get the American record? We end with June Eastwood becoming the first transgender women’s Division I cross country athlete.
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Show notes: [2:07] Christian Coleman’s career on the brink after he misses 3 drug tests + Is Justin Gatlin the favorite for Worlds?
[12:17 ]Paris DL: Hanna Green wins the 800 + she and Ajee’ Wilson are looking good + what happens to intersex athletes’ contracts?
[22:51] Men’s 1500 Talk: Elijah Manangoi is Back? + Paris 1500 talk & who is the favorite for worlds
[31:47] British 1500 Talk: Charlie Grice or Jake Wightman for Worlds?
[38:09] No Bowerman Track Club at Diamond League Final
[46:01] Diamond League Final Preview: Men’s 800: Donavan Brazier vs Nijel Amos, Murphy, & Crew
[51:03] Can Emma Coburn Go Sub 9 in the Steeple?
[53:50] Women’s 1500: Sifan Hassan vs Tirunesh Dibaba and Jenny Simpson
[58:33] Final DL Men’s 5000 Ever: What Does Kejelcha Need to Do?
[62:30] 400m Hurdle Talk: Rai Benjamin vs Karsten Warholm, Dalilah Muhammad vs Sydney McLaughlin
[67:26] Which Diamond League meet should be cut? How to broadcast it better?
[72:04] Men’s 100: Talk: Noah Lyles vs Justin Gatlin
[76:04] Transgender runner June Eastwood to compete in NCAA women’s D1 cross country
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