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Saturday, March 8, 2008

Indoor Worlds Results Update

Noteable results, as of 10am Saturday Morning ('Merican time), after the jump:


-- Fasuba (NGR), Kim Collins, Dwain Chambers medal in the 60. Fasuba's time is a WL of 6.51, while Collins and Chambers are clocked in the same 6.54. Michael Rodgers was 4th. Also Greg Nixon failed to advance in the 400, with David Neville moving through the primary round in 47.43.

-- That, on the heels of Angela Williams putting the rest of the world in its place with a WL win in the women's 60.

--No Americans advanced in the 1500:
H2 4. Rob Myers 3:41.73 (one spot behind qualifying)
H1 7. Russell Brown 3:47.19
Kipchirchir Komen led H2 wire to wire, with Ramzi and Youssef Baba among the other notable finalists.

--Americans are well positioned for 800 semis:
H4 1. Nick Symmonds 1:49.30
H5 2. Khadevis Robinson 1:49:33
Each has the 2nd fastest SB and PB in his heat, though, obviously, only by a matter of tenths. Also, Milkevics advanced, but Moise Joseph did not.

--And, the final big story, Robles did not advance in the 60H.

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