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World Athletics


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Live coverage from Edmonton of the third day, featuring at
10.55 women's 100m semi-finals; 12.00 men's triple jump final; 12.05 women'sjavelin final; 12.10 women's 400m semi-finals; 12.35 women's 100m final; 12.50 decathlon 400m; and at 1.25 men's 400m final.
Olympic champion Jonathan Edwards is the strong favourite to take gold in the triple jump, while America's Marion Jones will aim to net her first title at the games in the 100m. In the men's 400m the fight is on to succeed all-conquering Michael Johnson , with Britain's Mark Richardson back after a year's drugs ban. Presented by Sue Barker and Roger Black. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/athietics (S) (W)
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Unknown: Jonathan Edwards
Unknown: Marion Jones
Unknown: Michael Johnson
Unknown: Mark Richardson
Presented By: Sue Barker
Presented By: Roger Black.

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