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• Entry Lists: Diamond League Doha 2016

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Entry lists for the 2016 Diamond League Doha ( Friday, May 6). 

Men's Entries

 200m
 
SB
PB
JAM
20.07
19.85
USA
20.25
19.53
PAN
20.11
19.81
QAT
19.97
USA
19.91
19.91
USA
19.86
 
400m
 
SB
PB
TTO
44.79
44.36
BAH
45.83
44.27
BOT
43.72
USA
45.34
44.40
USA
44.22
43.65
DOM
45.47
44.11
USA
45.03
44.41
 
1500m
 
SB
PB
KEN
3:30.77
KEN
3:30.10
AUS
3:36.74
3:31.06
RSA
3:38.09
3:36.36
KEN
3:31.96
KEN
3:27.64
KEN
3:26.69
BRN
3:33.31
DJI
3:36.67
3:36.09
QAT
3:42.23
ETH
3:33.82
ETH
3:40.4h
3:29.91
 
110m HUrdles
 
SB
PB
USA
13.53
13.33
RSA
13.37
13.32
FRA
13.16
JAM
13.08
12.97
USA
13.61
12.80
USA
13.31
12.89
ESP
12.94
JAM
13.42
12.94
 
3000m Steeple
 
SB
PB
MAR
8:09.72
DJI
8:36.20
8:24.58
KEN
7:55.76
KEN
8:18.6h
8:18.6h
KEN
8:01.16
KEN
8:44.0h
8:18.51
KEN
8:56.9h
8:17.03
BRN
8:34.3h
8:14.75
KEN
8:01.67
KEN
8:05.88
MAR
8:16.54
MAR
8:07.02
BUL
8:20.87
 
High Jump
 
SB
PB
QAT
2.17
2.20
CAN
2.24
2.40
GBR
2.37
USA
2.37
BAH
2.23
2.35
USA
2.23
2.37
CHN
2.28
2.38

 Triple Jump

SB
PB
CUB
17.68
CHN
16.99
17.38
GBR
17.64
HAI
17.39
NGR
16.65
17.23
BAH
16.63
17.59
FRA
16.63
18.04
USA
17.11
18.21
KAZ
17.20

Discus Throw

SB
PB
AUS
68.20
SWE
62.73
64.72
RSA
67.62
67.62
BEL
64.30
66.90
SWE
66.74
66.89
POL
66.93

Women's Entries

100m
 
SB
PB
CIV
11.06
10.81
USA
11.10
11.02
USA
11.00
10.80
JAM
11.17
10.76
JAM
11.00
10.95
NED
10.81
USA
10.93
 
800m
 
SB
PB
MAR
1:57.64
ETH
2:01.27
KEN
2:07.5h
1:59.30
POL
2:00.11
USA
2:02.04
1:58.68
USA
2:01.72
1:59.10
RSA
1:58.45
1:55.45
KEN
2:03.2h
1:56.99
GBR
2:01.10
 
3000m
 
SB
PB
ETH
8:22.22
SWE
8:57.06
BRN
8:30.00
ETH
8:25.92
KEN
8:21.14
ETH
8:57.00
ETH
9:00.39
ETH
8:36.87
ETH
8:51.23
AUS
8:44.20
KEN
8:32.66
GBR
8:47.79
ETH
8:55.19
 
400m hurdles
 
SB
PB
BRN
54.12
GBR
55.43
54.52
GBR
54.22
CZE
52.83
JAM
56.39
52.79
USA
55.91
54.01
RSA
54.84
54.37
USA
56.62
53.28
 
Triple Jump
 
SB
PB
BRA
13.67
14.58
POL
14.25
VEN
14.20
KAZ
15.25
JAM
14.57
14.57
 
Pole Vault
 
SB
PB
CHN
4.66
USA
4.81
4.81
USA
4.50
4.55
IRL
4.52
4.60
USA
4.50
4.70
GRE
4.60
4.71
GER
4.80

 Shot Put

SB
PB
USA
19.37
19.37
USA
18.72
20.24
TUR
18.40
POL
17.95
USA
18.58
19.18
HUN
18.84
19.48
CAN
17.88
17.88

 Javelin

 

SB
PB
USA
64.75
CHN
62.85
66.13
AUS
64.37
66.10
SLO
67.16
RSA
59.39
69.35

 




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