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previous and next editions:

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previous and next editions:

Torino 1934 | Paris 1938 | Oslo 1946 | Bruxelles 1950 | Bern 1954 | Stokolm 1958 | Belgrade 1962 | Budapest 1966 | Athens 1969 | Helsinki 1971 | Rome 1974 | Prague 1978 | Athens 1982 | Stoccarda 1986 | Spalato 1990 | Helsinki 1994 | Budapest 1998 | Monaco 2002 | Göteborg 2006 | Barcelona 2010

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Unfortunately Manolo Martínez didn't do very well, as he finished in 9th position with 19,68 m. He finished 4th in Edmonton 2001, 4th in Athens 2004 and 5th in Munich 2002.

He seems to have very bad luck outdoors! :unsure:

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congrats to Bartels.. Germany is gonna to lead these championships.

Oh, that would be very nice. But sadly, it's absolutely unrealistic. Bartels' performance doesn't represent the performance of the whole German team -- the formerly prestigious German athletics are in a pretty sorry state currently (only 4 respectively 5 medals at the past two World Championships and only two silver medals in Athens 2004).

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Oh, that would be very nice. But sadly, it's absolutely unrealistic. Bartels' performance doesn't represent the performance of the whole German team -- the formerly prestigious German athletics are in a pretty sorry state currently (only 4 respectively 5 medals at the past two World Championships and only two silver medals in Athens 2004).

You think you've got it bad. Three medals for Great Britain at last year's World Championships and only two in Paris. If we get eight to ten medals of any colour this week, that is success.

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First medal for Spain! Paquillo Fernández has won gold in 20 km walk with 1:19:09. Unfortunately just a few minutes ago another Spanish, Juanma Molina (bronze in Helsinki), was disqualified in the very same race. Benjamín Sánchez has finished in 13th position.

So Spain gold, Russia silver and Portugal bronze :)

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