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Rusedski sets up Becker meeting

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Broadhurst hits course record 62

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Wang prepared for long-running show

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Goellner rolls over Rios in Stuttgart

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Morceli may miss Sweden

ATHLETICS

Jarrett looms large on Jackson's heels

BY MIKE ROWBOTTOM

ATHLETICS: Jarrett's chance at last

It seemed reasonable enough to ask Tony Jarrett which gave him most satisfaction from Sunday's performance in Stuttgart - lowering his English 60 metres hurdles record to 7.44sec, or the fact that he had come within thousandths of a second of bea ting the world's acknowledged No 1 high hurdler, Colin Jackson?
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