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Sunday, February 01, 2009

Your Mid-Day Link Dump

Trackshark has the weekend wrapup of college track action.

Alan Webb opened up his 2009 season in a low-key way at George Mason University. Flotrack has the video.

Asafa Powell started off his season with a 47.75 400m yesterday.

The USA took fourth in yesterday's five-nations match in Glasgow; Mo Farah broke the UK national record in the 3000.

Scott Bush weighs in on creating regional competition in road racing.

Moscow's Russian Winter meet was headlined by Ivan "I ain't drunk" Ukhov's 2.35 clearance.

Saif Saaeed Shaheen showed good post-knee surgery form in winning the Italian Cinque Mulini cross country race. The "Five Mills" race still has competitors actually run through mills.

The nefarious Dwain Chambers won a low-key indoor 60 meters in 6.52.

Morocco's Adil Annani won the big Beppu-Oita Mainichi marathon.

Louis Tsatoumas broke the Greek national triple jump record in Athens.

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