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  1. A new challenger, Klara Lukan: From about 12:00 onwards: They even used that image of her in their promotional material: Then a couple months later (starts around 2:02:00): I'm also about 90% sure she wet herself in the 2018 cross country championship, but she didn't place as well there so the only images of her are from a distance, and the wet spot is about 4 pixels.
  2. As for it being wettings vs sweat, there are a number of pieces of evidence for it actually being wettings: 1) Female incontinence in exercise is a well-documented phenomenon. There are also tons of articles you can find about women talking about this for running specifically. 2) The wet spots are right in the crotch, and very consistent. I've played a lot of sports, some of them mixed gender, and that's not what sweat wet spots look like. In a fair number of the pictures the women aren't even very sweaty otherwise, certainly not enough to make that large/consistent a wet spot. 3) You see the same handful of runners again and again with the wet spots. You could argue maybe they're just the sweatiest ones, but they don't look all that sweaty. More likely, at least to me, is that these are just the runners with weak pelvic floors. 4) You can find some pictures/videos of the wettings as they occur that makes it obvious that's what's happening. You can see it in the videos posted earlier in the thread if you look really closely, but those can be easy to dismiss. I found a couple pictures though that I think make it clear. In one you can see the pee running down the front of her leg. In the other set of pictures you can see the droplets falling in one photo to the next. The droplets are subtle, just light spots in the background between/just behind her legs, but they're clearly there when she's passing and not before/after. They also clearly originate at her crotch:
  3. I went through a couple of the NCAA cross-country finals photo sets from the past couple years and found a bunch of these. The incidence rate of wetting in cross-country races seems very high, as I found 5 or so indisputable ones from each year. There are 250 runners each year, but most of them wear black bottoms, which you can't see wet spots on in the kind lighting/picture quality you get from a race photo. Maybe 50 in each race wear light bottoms that you can see a wet spot on, so very roughly like 5-10% of the women wet each race. Here are some of the best ones I found (there were quite a few more, I found most of them here if you wanna look yourself: https://www.letsrun.com/news/2017/09/ncaa-cross-country-photos-coverage-letsrun-coms-complete-archive/
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