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Rabat

(2009-05-24). Lishchynska and Cheshari set world season leads but Jelimo is way below par in Rabat. IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-05-24. At the 25th Vardinoyiannia in Rethymno, Greece, she ran a world-leading time of 22.32 seconds to win the 200 m and set a meeting record. Nikitaridis, Michalis (2009-07-21). Ferguson (22.32) and Jones


Eugene, Oregon

Rapid Transit Service. Although she was not as dominant as she had been in 1994 and 1995, Sonia O'Sullivan continued to be the major force to be reckoned with during 1996 at the distances between 1500 m and 5000 m. Her best event in 1996 was the 3000 m, where she was unbeaten for the third successive year, winning all five of her races. O'Sullivan produced the early season leading time of 8:42.40 in Eugene (Eugene, Oregon) on 26 May, and then at Nice, on 10 July, she recorded the year's


Seoul

;nbsp;m (32:29.90) in Seoul, Korea. The golden but short glory came in 1993. In April, she set a world-leading time and former Asian best in marathon (2:24:07). In May, she broke the Asian record of 3000 m in a fast time of 8:27.68 in the Chinese National Championships. In August, Chinese women distance runners under coach Ma Junren stunned the world and swept the world titles from 1500 m (1500 metres) to 10,000 m in Stuttgart, Germany. Wang claimed


Helsinki

, Felix caught Jamaican Veronica Campbell on the bend and surged down the straight to finish in 21.81 seconds, lowering her own season-leading time by a massive 0.37 seconds. After the final she stated that "I feel so good, I am so excited. I have been waiting for so long to run such a time, to run under 22 seconds. it has not been an easy road, but finally I managed," said Felix. At that time, she addressed her future, saying, "My next goal is not the world record, but a gold in Beijing. I want to take it step by step. I might consider to do both – the 200 and the 400 meters – there." In 2007, Felix became only the second female athlete; after Marita Koch in 1983 to win three gold medals at a single IAAF World Championships in Athletics. 2007 USOC Awards Announced World Championships in Athletics (2005 World Championships in Athletics) Helsinki, Finland bgcolor "gold" align "center" 1st 500px thumb An aerial photograph of the area in the cemetery where soldiers killed in the Second World War (Image:Hietaniemen hautausmaa ilmasta.jpg) are buried The '''Hietaniemi cemetery''' (in Swedish language ''Sandudds begravningsplats'') is located in the Töölö district of Helsinki, the capital (Capital (political)) of Finland. It is the location for Finnish state funeral services. '''Hietaniemi beach''' ( Commons:Category:Helsinki Wikipedia:Helsinki Dmoz:Regional Europe Finland Southern Finland Localities Helsinki


Jamaica

American Games . He finished second in the 100 m behind Churandy Martina and anchored the relay team to a bronze medal. He was chosen as part of the relay team (2007 World Championships in Athletics – Men's 4 x 100 metres relay) for the 2007 World Championships (2007 World Championships in Athletics) and this time made the final after qualifying. The American team became the world champions in a world-leading time of 37.78 seconds, fending off the Jamaican challengers


Oslo

she was unbeaten for the third successive year, winning all five of her races. O'Sullivan produced the early season leading time of 8:42.40 in Eugene (Eugene, Oregon) on 26 May, and then at Nice, on 10 July, she recorded the year's fastest time of 8:35.42. In the 1500 m, only two women broke 4 minutes during the year, one of whom was O'Sullivan, who clocked her best time of 3:59.91 when winning at the Bislett Games in Oslo on 5 July. In terms of preparation for the Olympic Games


Saudi Arabia

figures, 402 people died in the clash, including 275 Iranian pilgrims, 85 Saudi police, and 42 pilgrims from other countries." Religious Radicalism and Politics in the Middle East, page 190 Other sources claim that more than 400 pilgrims had died, and thousands more injured. In 2000, Taylor ran a world-leading time at the Olympic Trials and entered the Sydney Games as a favorite. In a thrilling final, Taylor moved from fourth place to first over the final two hurdles and barely edged Saudi Arabia's Hadi Souan Somayli by 0.03 seconds in the closest finish in the history of the event. Taylor ran in the heat and semifinal of 4x400 m relay race, the finals team for which won the gold medal. On August 2, 2008, the International Olympic Committee stripped the gold medal from the U.S. men's 4x400-meter relay team, after Antonio Pettigrew admitted using a banned substance.


Berlin

: news.bbc.co.uk sport1 hi athletics 7860846.stm Chambers triumphs in Birmingham . BBC Sport (2009-01-31). Retrieved on 2009-02-02. then became the UK Indoor Champion, equalling Mike Rodgers (Mike Rodgers (athlete))' world leading time of 6.51 s.

;Coming up to the World Championships, Richards won her fourth Golden League race in the 400 m with the time of 49.34 seconds and won her first global championship in the 400 m at the 2009 IAAF World Athletics Championships in Berlin with a world leading time of 49.00 seconds. Richards also anchored team USA to a gold medal in the women's 4 x 400 m relay in the sixth fastest time in history of 3.17.83 minutes, Richards split time in the relay was unofficially 48.43 seconds. After a career


Moscow

River (a tributary of the Oka (Oka River)). The city was established in 1917 when three villages (Orekhovo, Zuyevo, and Nikolskoye) were merged, hence its name. In 2006 he won at the World Indoor Championships (2006 IAAF World Indoor Championships) in Moscow, clocking a world leading time of 6.50 seconds in the 60 meters. He also finished second


France

of Athletics Federations' Golden League in the women's 400m. She set a personal record, a national record, and a world leading time, running away from the field in 48.89 seconds. That time currently is, as of 2008, the 9th fastest time in history. '''Luc Antoine Montagnier''' (born 18 August 1932 in Chabris, Indre, France) is a French virologist (virology) and joint recipient with Françoise Barré-Sinoussi and Harald zur Hausen of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physiology


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