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    from trackinsun

    Manchester (Great Britain), 1.1.2021

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    w3000 1 Ciara Mageean (IRL) 8:54.66 World Leader 😀

    Erin Go Bragh!

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    Russian meet gets HJers started: [trackinsun]

    mHJ 1 Mikhail Akimenko 2.30

    wHJ 1 Mariya Lasitskene 1.92

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    • #3
      Video of Akimenko's jump
      https://youtu.be/deGK9qdTsxQ

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      • #4
        I'm expecting big(ger) things from the Eastern Europeans this year: Akimenko, Nedasekau, Ivanyuk, Bondarenko, etc..
        We've had glimpses of greatness, but generally speaking the mHJ has been pretty moribund.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Atticus View Post
          I'm expecting big(ger) things from the Eastern Europeans this year: Akimenko, Nedasekau, Ivanyuk, Bondarenko, etc..We've had glimpses of greatness, but generally speaking the mHJ has been pretty moribund.
          Id be surprised if Bondarenko can get back to peak form.

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          • #6
            Mahuchikh starting off her season with a 2.02 (=PB, =NR) in Kiev, a very clean competition with no miss till 2.04 (XXX) which is something rather rare for her. Levchenko 1.95, Geraschenko 1.92.
            Last edited by ZazaShoya; 01-09-2021, 02:16 PM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by ZazaShoya View Post
              Mahuchikh starting off her season with a 2.02
              Lasitskene will have her hands full this year, trying to beat her.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Atticus View Post
                Lasitskene will have her hands full this year, trying to beat her.
                This opener is a major difference with Lasitskene's opener of 1.92. Too early to tell, but I would make Mahuckikh a slight favorite.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by 26mi235 View Post
                  I would make Mahuckikh a slight favorite.
                  Insufficient data. Lasits should be in heavy training now. Lasit is the Champ and the Champ is the Champ until she puts her title on the line in a meaningful comp.

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                  • #10
                    what anybody is jumping (or running or throwing) in January has zero (no, make that less than zero) relevance towards what's going to happen this summer

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by gh View Post
                      what anybody is jumping (or running or throwing) in January has zero (no, make that less than zero) relevance towards what's going to happen this summer
                      Not so with Shelby Houlihan and Karissa Schweizer!
                      They smashed the AR in the 3000 INdoors with 8:25's or 8:26's.
                      Then last summer they ran those super fast 5000's.
                      I'd say those INdoor times foreshadowed their 5K breakthroughs!

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                      • #12
                        I am certainly not a card-carrying "Bring Back the Mile" club member, but these results from Australian seem . . . wrong.

                        Box Hill - Victoria Milers Club
                        Men
                        1.500m 1 Jaryd Clifford 3:44.36; 2 Adam Pyke 3:45.99; 3 Cody Shanahan 3:46.55; 4 Sam Williams 3:47.16; 5 Lachlan Herd 3:47.55; 6 Aidan Roberts 3:48.16

                        Women
                        1.500m 1 Georgia Hansen 4:20.10; 2 Amy Bunnage 4:21.08; 3 Catriona Bisset 4:24.34; 4 Megan Dickson 4:26.05; 5 Amy Robinson 4:26.22; 6 Jemima Russell 4:28.26

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Atticus View Post
                          I am certainly not a card-carrying "Bring Back the Mile" club member, but these results from Australian seem . . . wrong.

                          http://www.vicmilers.com/

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by gm View Post
                            It's a little like the British Miler's club which organises races from 600m (very occasionally) up to 5000m. Despite its name, they hold far more 1500m races than miles.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Trickstat View Post

                              It's a little like the British Miler's club which organises races from 600m (very occasionally) up to 5000m. Despite its name, they hold far more 1500m races than miles.
                              I was just about to say that too...I've run in one or two....the Miler's name is a bit of a misnomer...

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