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Tuesday, February 03, 2009

Your Morning Link Dump

Tomorrow is National Signing Day for college recruits, and Trackshark will have all the coverage.
Universal Sports ruminates on the prospect of a women's 7-foot high jump.
In anti-doping news, France expects to have a new test for HGH this year, and 2004 Olympic walking champ Athanasia Tsoumeleka's b-sample came back positive for an unnamed prohibited substance.
Canada's Tyler Christopher will shoot for records in the rarely-run 300 meters at Karlsruhe next week. 
Ton Kornheiser (of ESPN's Pardon The Interruption fame) weighs in on rising US distance runners.
Everybody is stepping up to take on Haile Gebrselassie these days.  Next month at a half marathon in Lagos, he'll face Luke Kibet (Worlds marathon gold medalist), Tsegay Kebede (Olympic marathon bornze medalist), and long-time top marathoner Hendrick Ramaala.

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