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Live Stream: English and Gregan at the Flame Games

Mark English will race over 600m at the Flame Games in Amsterdam this evening, the Donegal athlete stepping down to 600m to race some of the world’s best at 7:45pm Irish time. Live stream link is here

Men’s 600m start list

1 129 EL MANAOUI Amine MAR
2 130 DAMEN Jorian NED
3 131 KIPKOECH Nicholas KEN
4 132 ENGLISH Mark 1:16.14 IRL
5 134 LEARMONTH  Guy 1:17.03 GBR
6 135 KIPKETER Alfred KEN
7 136 SOWINSKI Erik 1:15.79 USA
8 137 KUPERS Thijmen NED
9 138 SOM Bram 1:15.26 NED
10 139 BIWOTT Robert KEN

Later in the evening, at 8:29pm Irish time, Brian Gregan races over 400m.

1 120 VAN DEN BERGH Olaf 47.80 NED
2 121 OMELKO Rafal 45.66 POL
3 122 AGARD Terrence 45.82 NED
4 123 LEVINE Nigel 45.11 GBR
5 124 BONEVACIA Liemarvin 44.72 NED
6 125 BUTRYM Vitaliy 45.01 UKR
7 126 GREGAN Brian 45.53 IRL

Flame Games Timetable (subtract one hour for Irish times)

20:08 Discus Men Sen M 7 1
20:10 Pole Vault Men Sen M 8 1
20:11 Pole Vault Women Sen W 7 1
20:13 110m Hurdles Men Sen M 8 1
20:22 400m Women Sen W 8 1
20:30 100m Men Heat 1 Sen M 9 1
20:37 100m Men Heat 2 Sen M 8 1
20:45 600m Men Sen M 10 1
20:54 100m Women Heat 1 Sen W 8 1
21:01 100m Women Heat 2 Sen W 7 1
21:06 20x50m Youth Sch M 7 1
21:18 Long Jump Men Sen M 8 1
21:20 100m Hurdles Women Sen W 8 1
21:29 400m Men Sen M 7 1
21:38 100m Women T44 Sen W 9 1
21:45 1500m Women Eliminationrace Sen W 13 1
21:57 100m Men FINAL Sen M 0 0
22:06 400m MIXED Sen M 8 1
22:15 100m Women FINAL Sen W 0 0

 

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Cathal Dennehy

Cathal Dennehy

Cathal Dennehy is a freelance journalist, a once-serious, now-retired athlete who writes for a number of international publications in the running industry. He has won two sports-writing awards, the Peter Ball Memorial Award in Ireland and the Wills Writing Award in the UK. Nationally, he previously worked for the Sunday Tribune, Irish Runner magazine and has written for the Sunday Independent, Irish Independent, the Guardian and The Independent in Britain. He is a regular contributor to Running Times, Runner's World, RunBlogRun and the IAAF website.
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