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Nesting ospreys delight crowds at World Championships
by Nathan Frandino and Amy Tennery
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27 July 2022
On 27 July 2022 Reuters reported:
When Noah Lyles led a stunning American sweep in the 200 metres on Thursday [21 July], he had some unusual cheerleaders watching over the starting line: A nest of ospreys who have become the World Championships' unofficial mascots. While Eugene, Oregon lacks metropolitan energy and amenities of past hosts like Doha, London, and Beijing, the quiet college town nestled on the Willamette River presents a prime opportunity for fans to enjoy natural beauty -- the ospreys a prime example.
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There is no starting gun nor roar of the crowd that rouses the raptors from their home on a platform above the University of Oregon School of Law, which is visible to the crowd at the 10-day international meet in Eugene, Oregon.
In between field events and sprint heats, fans delight in watching the youngest in the nest flap its wings, thanks to footage displayed on the Hayward Field big screen.
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