Beijing World Champs, Day 8, Quote of Day, Results of DAy, Surprise of Day, by Alfons Juck, EME News

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Eaton_AshtonWR-Beijing15.JPGAshton Eaton, WR 9045, photo by PhotoRun.net

Ashton Eaton broke his world record due to his 1,500m run. His record came down to running the 1,500m .73 of a second under his needed time!

Here is Alfons Juck, of EME News on the notable and quotable for day 8.

EME NEWS (AUG 29, 2015)


QUOTE OF THE DAY
"I dreamed about the gold medal at World Championships all my life and now I have this medal. It was a good race, not so fast, and I was ready from the beginning to the finish. I knew all girls can finish strong, so I decided to start it on the last 200m. I felt really good and recovered from the semi-final. After the semi-final, I knew I can win if I do everything right. I have prepared all year for the World Championships, I believed in myself and dreamed about it. I think from tomorrow on I will start preparing for the Olympic Games in Rio. " Marina Arzamasava after winning the 800 m.

RESULT OF THE DAY
World record in decathlon. That means only four champs Athens, Edmonton, Osaka, Moscow remain without WR.

SURPRISE OF THE DAY
The DL leader Eunice Sum only third in the 800 m.

TOP PERFORMANCE OF THE DAY OF IAAF
Saturday: Mo Farah, Sunday: Usain Bolt, Monday: Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Tuesday: Greg Rutherford, Wednesday: Julius Yego,Thursday: Usain Bolt, Friday: Dafne Schippers, Saturday nominees: Eaton, Farah, Vlasic.

MEDALS (41 countries)
KEN 6-4-3, JAM 6-2-3, USA 5-5-6, GBR 4-1-0, POL 3-1-4, RUS 2-1-1

POINTS (68 countries)
USA 196, KEN 122, JAM 119, GER 97, GBR 82, CHN 76

AGENT RANKINGS (by individual gold medals)
Ricky Simms 5, Jos Hermens 4, Paul Doyle 4, Czeslaw Zapala 3, Jorge Aguilera 2, Jukka Harkonen 2, Pavel Voronkov 2, Sylvia Abmayr 1, John Nubani 1, Alberto Armas 1, Enrico Dionisi 1, Adrian Laidlaw 1, Steffen Keil 1, Ulf Saletti 1, James Templeton 1, Libor Varhanik 1, Peet Van Zyl 1, Wes Felix 1, Carinne Knapp-Messerschmidt 1, Cubie Seegobin 1, Alberto Armas, 1 Olga Nazarova, Jessica Ennis-Hill no official IAAF agent.

LONDON 2012 WINNERS
YES (11): Farah (10+5), Bolt (1+2), Ennis-Hill, Kemboi, Fraser-Pryce, Rutherford, Rudisha, Taylor, Eaton, NO (13): Kiprotich, Pars, Majewski, Chen Ding, Rypakova, Lavillenie, Perkovic, Suhr, Walcott, James, Reese, A. Merritt, Chicherova, NC (14): Adams, T. Dibaba, Sanchez, Bulut, Antyukh, Zaripova, Beloborodova, Richards-Ross, Lashmanova, Felix (200), Pearson, Kirdyapkin, Savinova, Harting.

MOSCOW 2013 WINNERS
YES (10): Farah (10+5), Fajdek, Bolt (1+2), Kemboi, Fraser-Pryce, Ibarguen, Hejnova, Eaton, NO: (17) Kiprotich, Storl, Kasyanova, Holzdeppe, Perkovic, Menkov, Gordon, Aregawi, Aman,Vesely, L. Merritt, Ohuruogu, Reese, Oliver, Rollins, Heffernan, Sum, NC (11): Adams, Ivanov, T. Dibaba, Isinbayeva, Chemos, Beloborodova, Tamgho, Lashmanova, Fraser-Pryce (200), Shkolina, Harting.

RECORDS
4 Championship records (women hammer twice, women 200 m, 4x100 m women)
10 World leads (men 200 m, 400 m hurdles, javelin, 400 m, triple, women 400 m, 400 m hurdles, 200 m, long jump, 4x100 m)
10 Area records (Asia men 400 m, Oceania men shot put, Africa men javelin, Africa men 400 m, South America 50 km walk, South America wom pole vault, North America men triple and decathlon, Europe women 200 m, Asia 4x100 m men)
85 National records



STATS (By Ken Nakamura)


Dec: Ashton Eaton's world record mark of 9045 was 350 points ahead of Canada's Damian Warner's total, the biggest winning margin in championships history. Dan O'Brien had the previous record winning margin of 263, which he set in 1991. The best marks for place at a world championships were set for 1st, 4th, 6th and 7th place. Ashton Eaton is now a two time winner and a three time medalist. Tomas Dvorak, Dan O'Brien, and Trey Hardee are the only other multiple winners. Eduard Hamalainen and Roman Sebrle are the other three time medalists.

5000m: Mo Farah completed his second world double. The only other runner to win the 5000m-10,000m double in consecutive championships is Kenenisa Bekele. It was a record third world 5000m gold for Farah. Ismael Kirui is the only other athlete with multiple wins in this event, he won in 1993 and 1995. Farah's time of 13:50.38 is the slowest winning time in championships history, however the last 1000m was covered in 2:19.22, the fastest ever at a world championships.

W 4x100m: The Jamaican quartet ran a championship record and Asian all-comers best of 41.07 (VCB, Natasha Morrison, Elaine Thompson, SAFP). Great Britain's 42.10 is the fastest fourth place time in history in all competitions. The best marks for place at a world championships were set for 1st and 4th to 7th positions.

M 4x100m: The Jamaican men's team (Carter, Powell, Ashmeade, Bolt) went for the championships record, their 37.36 was the third fastest in world championships history. It was their fourth consecutive victory, tying the record long win streak of the USA, who held the title from 1983 to 1993. It was the third world championships in which Jamaica won both short relays.

HJ: Anna Chicherova won bronze to take her medal total to five, tying Ukraine's Inga Babakova's record. Marie-Laurence Jungfleisch cleared a personal best of 199 for 6th, the best 6th place mark in championships history and the equal best 6th place mark in all competitions.

DT: Piotr Malachowski won Poland's first world gold in the men's discus and Robert Urbanek joined him on the podium (bronze) as Poland became the fourth nation to have two men on the podium in this event at a world championships.

800m: Before today Belarus had never won a world medal in the women's 800m, Marina Arzamasova changed that by winning gold. Melissa Bishop won silver, taking Canada's first medal in the women's event at the word championships.

M 4x400m: The world leading mark of 2:58.13 by the USA men's quartet (Kyle Clemons, Tony McQuay, Bryshon Nellum, Vernon Norwood) is the fastest heat time at a world championships. Botswana ran 2:59.95, the fastest non-qualifying time in world championships history.

M 4x100m: The Jamaican men's 37.41 (Nesta Carter, Asafa Powell, Rasheed Dwyer, Nickel Ashmeade) is the fastest heat time at a world championships, although in 1993 the USA ran 37.40 in the semi-finals of a three round format.

50kmW: Jared Tallent won silver, his third world medal at this event; only Jesus Angel Garcia and Robert Korzeniowski have more, both with 4. Matej Toth won gold to pick up Slovakia's first ever world medal in the 50kmW. Takayuki of Tanii was third across the finish line, winning Japan's first ever world medal in walking.



BEIJING NEWS


JAAA against Exploitation: The Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) has warned companies not to exploit the image rights of its athletes, report the Jamaica Gleaner. Several companies have released promotional material containing images of athletes of which they have no contractual arrangements with.

E. Kiplagat Ready: Edna Kiplagat, the winner of the last two world marathon titles, said, "I want to defend my title because I have experience in championship marathons and I'm in good shape. We trained well for the last month and a half. The weather here is humid but I will make sure the body responds."

Schipper's Coach Speaks: After his athlete's world 200m title, Bart Bennema said, "I'm surprised with the winning time, I'm not surprised that she won. I'm surprised by the way she did it. "There's some room to improve. "The first year I got her she could run fast. When she was 16 years old, she ran 7.60 seconds in the 60 meters, so she was fast already. It's a gradual process and with weight training it gets easier."

Cheruiyot's Road Back: World 10,000m champion Vivian Cheruiyot had a hard road back from giving birth. She told Eve Magazine, "I had to persevere a lot of pains in the first two months of my training given that I had to shed the weight I had gained. I was weighing 56kgs after giving birth and had to cut down to the current 39kgs."

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