Seems like there's another hurdler popped up once Pittman withdrew.
Top work. That race was clearly the standout of the meet.
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The beat up over her injury was way over the top though, something she admitted the other day. The only good thing about 'The Dream' not being on is that we won't have to put up with Lewis on it trying to join in and be funny.
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Nathan Deekes (spelling?) is out of Beijing now due to a chronic hammie injury.
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Craig Mottram just won at a strong 3,000 metre meet in Stockholm. 7:37 the time.
Would be a huge achievement if Mottram can even grab a medal in Beijing. He's obviously capable of it, but it will be some effort.
needs to take up smoking to acclimatise(?) himself
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