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Day Two Celebrates Finals Galore in Glasgow: Deep thoughts on a stupendous day two of World Indoor Track & Field (PHOTOS Photos by Dan Vernon for World Athletics)

1. The Women’s shot put showed that there are always surprises in sports! Sarah Mitton of Canada overcame the huge 20.19m PB by Germany’s Yemisi OgunLeye, who threw a 60-centimeter PB to open the competition! Giving Canada its first gold in women’s shot put, Sarah Mitton improved to 20.22m, going 6-6 in indoor season. Outdoor world champ, 2022 silver indoor medalist Chase Jackson finished in bronze in 19.67m. Many had thought Chase would be the winner. Surprises abound in champs.

GLASGOW (GBR): The 19th edition of World Indoors will be for the first time in Glasgow but for the third in the UK. Despite being an Olympic Year, several sports stars will participate (Lyles, Duplantis, Holloway, Bol, Warholm).

1. One of the most exciting events of the Champs is happening Friday night, the Men’s 60 meters. Christian Coleman, Noah Lyles, Ferdinand Omanyala and Ackeem Blake look ready to roll, after first session today.

(USATF) INDIANAPOLIS — Team USATF Thursday announced complete rosters for the 2024 World Athletics Indoor Championships, featuring 18 Tokyo Olympians, 33 World Championships 2023 team members, and 16 returnees from the U.S. contingent that competed in the 2022 World Indoor Championships in Belgrade.

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