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After long debates, the Lebanese Athletics Federation has made a decision about the Lebanese records book. To be fair to those who are born in the last months of the year, the records will now be considered by the date of the birth; each athlete will have two full years in a single category to break records, from the first day of his or her birth till the end of the two full years, which means that his or her last chance to break records will be one day before his or her birthday. This will be the new rule applied for Lebanese records from now on, it is already implemented by International Associations. However, a decision has not been made about whether it will also have a backwards effect on previous records made.
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