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  • #16
    Wollongong - 16 Jan

    100m (3.3) Rohan Browning 9.96

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    • #17
      R.Lavillenie 5.92 in Bordeaux, ahead of his brother Valentin with 5.72. It seems they hold the two best performances of the year so far.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by ZazaShoya View Post
        R.Lavillenie 5.92 in Bordeaux,
        That equals his best season opener ever (opened with this mark on Jan 15th 2011)

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        • #19
          Originally posted by ATK View Post
          That equals his best season opener ever (opened with this mark on Jan 15th 2011)
          Ha! 10 years and a day.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by ZazaShoya View Post
            R.Lavillenie 5.92 in Bordeaux, ahead of his brother Valentin with 5.72. It seems they hold the two best performances of the year so far.
            Kurtis Marschall cleared 5.80m last week.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Vault-emort View Post

              Kurtis Marschall cleared 5.80m last week.
              And a pair of Americans went 5.75 on Jan. 2

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              • #22
                As mentioned in the USA thread, KC Lightfoot took over the World Lead with an NCAA Record of 5.94 only a few hours after Renaud's 5.92.

                Other notable PV marks today:

                Zach McWhorter (BYU) 5.55

                Lisa Gunnarsson (LSU/Sweden) 4.52

                Anzhelika Sidorova (Russia) 4.75 WL

                Femke Pluim (Netherlands) 4.51 NR

                Fanny Smets (Belgium) 4.51 NR

                Also yesterday Olivia Gruver pole vaulted 4.60 at the UW Intrasquad meet (though she has finished collegiate eligibility), which I think USATF/World Athletics would not "count" because it was not recognized by the NCAA as a meet, but it did have the full local USATF officiating crew and was very much run to all of the specs of a "real" meet.

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                • #23
                  Whether or not the NCAA recognized it as a meet, couldn't USATF have sanctioned it as a meet?

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by polevaultpower View Post
                    Anzhelika Sidorova (Russia) 4.75 WL
                    =WL with Nina Kennedy who did 4.75m last week

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by polevaultpower View Post

                      Femke Pluim (Netherlands) 4.51 NR

                      Fanny Smets (Belgium) 4.51 NR
                      Pluim set the outdoor NR in 2015 at 4.55 and the indoor at 4.50 six month later in January 2016. Since then, she seems to have competed every year but not really close to her previous best. Hopefully she still has some more PB left in her this year as she will only turn 27 this year.

                      She is another ex-gymnast, wisely so, considering she now stands at 1.80 (5-11)!

                      Smets is ten years older than Pluim but is building on success from last year when she set an indoors NR of 4.40 in February last year. She also holds the outdoor NR of 4.51 set in August 2019, so she now has exactly the same performances indoor and out.

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                      • #26
                        From the front page, KC Lightfoot cleared 5.94. https://twitter.com/BaylorTrack/stat...77533746601984

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Vault-emort View Post

                          =WL with Nina Kennedy who did 4.75m last week
                          Kennedy's mark was outdoors She is the outdoor WL and Sidorova is the indoor WL.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by tandfman View Post
                            Whether or not the NCAA recognized it as a meet, couldn't USATF have sanctioned it as a meet?
                            UW could have applied to have their meet sanctioned, but they do not normally do that, and did not do so, and college COVID protocol is different from USATF COVID protocol.

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                            • #29
                              Is following USATF Covid protocol now a condition of USATF sanctioning?

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                              • #30
                                reminder: this is the international news thread, not domestic

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