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800 WR holder David Rudisha is going for the lap-and-a-half record in Birmingham on Sunday. It will be his "debut" in the event, although he already has one of the fastest times ever, recorded en route in an 800. Here's history's 10 fastest times in that arcane event:
Ahead of the 2014 European Championships (to be held August 12–17 in Zürich), statistics guru K. Ken Nakamura has crafted some detailed analyses of the numbers from previous editions of the meet.
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*Maddie Meyers (Northwest School, Seattle, Washington)
Nobody has ever run faster in places 4–10 than they did in Fontvieille on Friday. Here's spots 1–12 ever:
July 11, 2014—Mike Powell’s 29-4½/8.95 long jump World Record—set on August 30, 1991, at the World Championships in Tokyo—has now stood longer than Bob Beamon’s stunning predecessor record from the ’68 Olympics. Below you’ll find T&FN’s original coverage of the event.