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  • Madrid 2/21/20

    Madrid tomorrow has some good fields.
    mSP starts at 1pm (ET-US), main running, 2:30 – 3:50.

    m60 – Baker, Kemp, Rodgers
    m800 – Kszcz, Lewand
    m3000 – Wale, Barega, Balew, Birgen, TBek
    m60H – Pozzi, Czyk
    mLJ – Echev, Tent, Mont
    mTJ – Zango, Scott, Evora, Benard
    mSP – Buko, Stanek, Fabb

    w400 – Swi-Ers, Sprung, DeW
    w1500 – Tsegay, Nanyondo
    w60H – Clemons, Ali
    wTJ – Rojas, Povea

    https://www.madridindoorathletics.es...tas_salida.pdf

  • #2
    Today's meet has been added to NBC Gold - starts at 1pm today

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    • #3
      A marginal foul on a ~15.25m TJ by Rojas

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      • #4
        Oh! Mihaljevic beats Buko by 1 cm on his last throw 21.74 to 21.73!
        Apparently there's $20000 to the winner!

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        • #5
          And now 15.29/50-2, 7cm short of iWR

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          • #6
            the second best indoor jump ever.

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            • #7
              Uh oh, may have just done it! . . . 15.43

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              • #8
                15.43 WR 15-7.5 Madrid is 680m, and that altitude is worth 0.022 aid in the 100m - not big and probably not enough to have made a difference the 6cm beating of the WR
                Last edited by 26mi235; 02-21-2020, 06:19 PM.

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                • #9
                  Rojas 50-7½ indoor WR, just misses absolute WR by 2¾ inches (7cm)

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                  • #10
                    and second best jump in or out, moving her 2cm closer to Kravets' 15.50.

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                    • #11
                      Augury of a big Zango jump?
                      17.92 | 58-9½ Teddy Tamgho (France) Paris, France 3/06/11

                      edit - Jinxed?! 2 fouls to start.
                      Last edited by Atticus; 02-21-2020, 07:08 PM.

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                      • #12
                        Rojas also 50-2 (15.29) on her fourth attempt for the No. 2 indoor performanc ever, at the time.

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                        • #13
                          ECHEVARRIA takes world lead - 8.33

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                          • #14
                            USA has so much freakin' talent in the HHs! There must be at least 6 women who could make the USA team and do damage in Tokyo.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Atticus View Post
                              ECHEVARRIA takes world lead - 8.33
                              8.41m in the 6th round

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