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  • Originally posted by trailrun View Post
    El Toro
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    El Toro have you got any updated stats on the total number of throws over 90m by Zelezny, Vetter etc. No doubt Zelezny will be well ahead but given his current trajectory is there a chance Vetter could get close to his record by the end of his career?
    doesn't exactly answer your question, but as of the end of last season, the total of 300-foot (91.44) throws played out this way:

    (ŇĹelezn√Ĺ 22, Vetter 9, Hecht, Hofmann & R√∂hler 3, Parviainen 2, Backley, Gatsio√ļdis, Makarov, Pitk√§m√§ki, Thorkildsen & Yego 1)

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    • Originally posted by trailrun View Post
      El Toro
      Senior Member
      El Toro have you got any updated stats on the total number of throws over 90m by Zelezny, Vetter etc. No doubt Zelezny will be well ahead but given his current trajectory is there a chance Vetter could get close to his record by the end of his career?
      Here's the total of throws at 90m or more as well as sub-categories of Qualifying and Main competition. The main competition includes ancillary throws:

      Athlete Throws q Main
      Jan Zelezn√Ĺ 53 2 51
      Johannes Vetter 19 1 18
      Thomas Röhler 9 0 9
      Aki Parviainen 8 0 8
      Andreas Thorkildsen 8 0 8
      Raymond Hecht 6 0 6
      Sergey Makarov 6 0 6
      Tero Pitkämäki 6 0 6
      Andreas Hofmann 5 0 5
      Konstad√≠nos Gatsio√ļdis 3 0 3
      Vadims Vasilevskis 3 0 3
      Breaux Greer 2 0 2
      Julius Yego 2 0 2
      Magnus Kirt 2 0 2
      Steve Backley 2 0 2
      Boris Henry 1 0 1
      Cheng Chao-Tsun 1 0 1
      Keshorn Walcott 1 0 1
      Seppo Räty 1 0 1
      Grand Total 138 3 135



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      • Here's all the 90m throws split up into metre ranges - 90 = 90.00 to 90.99, sorted by total throws:


        Athlete 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 Total
        Jan Zelezn√Ĺ 24 15 8 2 3 1 53
        Johannes Vetter 5 8 1 2 2 1 19
        Thomas Röhler 3 5 1 9
        Aki Parviainen 5 1 1 1 8
        Andreas Thorkildsen 6 2 8
        Raymond Hecht 3 1 2 6
        Sergey Makarov 5 1 6
        Tero Pitkämäki 2 4 6
        Andreas Hofmann 1 3 1 5
        Konstad√≠nos Gatsio√ļdis 3 3
        Vadims Vasilevskis 3 3
        Breaux Greer 1 1 2
        Julius Yego 1 1 2
        Magnus Kirt 2 2
        Steve Backley 1 1 2
        Boris Henry 1 1
        Cheng Chao-Tsun 1 1
        Keshorn Walcott 1 1
        Seppo Räty 1 1
        Total 64 46 15 4 4 3 0 1 1 138


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        • Originally posted by trailrun View Post
          El Toro
          Senior Member
          El Toro have you got any updated stats on the total number of throws over 90m by Zelezny, Vetter etc. No doubt Zelezny will be well ahead but given his current trajectory is there a chance Vetter could get close to his record by the end of his career?
          Well, Vetter looks like he might have a golden year, but he's still a long way behind Mr. Z., who had eight years of competitions at 90m or better during a 10 year period. His longest streak was six years.

          Vetter started younger at 24 and this is his fourth consecutive year exceeding the threshold.

          I've converted their age based throws into calendar years since first throwing 90m to easier compare their trajectories.

          Note that numbers are competitions (not total throws) including qualifying and average is based on full years, so only the first four years of Vetter's career are included:

          Athlete Yr1 Yr2 Yr3 Yr4 Yr5 Yr6 Yr7 Yr8 Yr9 Yr10 Total Avg/Year
          Jan Zelezn√Ĺ 2 5 4 7 6 3 0 0 4 3 34 3.4
          Johannes Vetter 3 3 1 3 2 12 2.5

          And in cumulative terms:
          Athlete Yr1 Yr2 Yr3 Yr4 Yr5 Yr6 Yr7 Yr8 Yr9 Yr10
          Zelezn√Ĺ (cumulative) 2 7 11 18 24 27 27 27 31 34
          Vetter (cumulative) 3 6 7 10 12

          I'll let everybody do their own projections on what Vetter needs to do to catch Mr. Z.



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          • Savona

            Jacobs 9.95 (w +1.5) in the heat

            8m05 for Randazzo in Long Jump

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            • Meeting Internazional Citta di Savona going on right now.

              Live results: http://www.fidal.it/risultati/2021/COD8831/Index.htm

              Mens 100m: Lamont Marcell Jacobs - 9.95 (+1.5) Italian National Record

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              • Originally posted by ATK View Post
                Meeting Internazional Citta di Savona going on right now.

                Live results: http://www.fidal.it/risultati/2021/COD8831/Index.htm

                Mens 100m: Lamont Marcell Jacobs - 9.95 (+1.5) Italian National Record
                What's up with Tortu?

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                • Originally posted by proofs in the pudd'in View Post

                  What's up with Tortu?
                  He withdrew from Savona mentioning a muscle fatigue occurred after the Relay Championships.

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                  • 22.56 (+0.8) for Dina Asher-Smith in the 200m

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                    • Jacobs ran 9.95 (1.5) in the heats but didn't run the final (?).

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                      • ItalianFan's nice summary of the World Relays' qualifiers, combined with today's homepage article mentioning JAM-NGR-CAN possibly facing off in m4x100 in Prairie View later this month... had me wondering when we'd see more countries attempt to get a relay time qualifier.. with a trip to Tokyo on the line. Here's what it looks like as of today, according to the Road-to-Tokyo listings... It will be interesting to see how many international relay meets there will be in the next month or so.
                        https://www.worldathletics.org/stats...oad-to/7132391

                        m4x100: Last in: CAN, JAM, TTO, TUR... Bubble Time: 38.47... Notables on the outside looking in: NGR, AUS...
                        w4x100: Last in: BRA, NGR... Bubble Time: 43.05... Notables on the outside looking in: AUS, CAN...
                        m4x400: Last in: POL, IND, BRA, MEX... Bubble Time: 3:02.89... Notables on the outside looking in: CZE, NGR, AUS, GER
                        w4x400: Last in: AUS, SUI, IND, DOM... Bubble Time: 3:30.02... Notables on the outside looking in: NGR, KEN
                        x4x400: Last in: UKR, CAN, GER... Bubble Time: 3:16.85... Notables on the outside looking in: KEN, FRA, NGR, RSA, BAH, etc.

                        You can see how NGR, AUS not making the trip to Poland is making it difficult for them.

                        Note: 'Last in' is in order based on current time qualifiers, with the last team having the 'bubble time'

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                        • Indoor LJ star, Larissa Iapichino, 6.56 (1.6)

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                          • Do you want to hear a Great Ma Ma Mia moment with genuine Italian accent? Here is the link and the race is at the bottom of the page.
                            https://www.watchathletics.com/artic...-95-in-savona/

                            Also a good 5000m race
                            https://twitter.com/abuongi/status/1...111428/photo/1

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                            • I guess you don't run 6.48 in the way Jacobs did indoors and not come out and run well. He's improved nicely over the years and has a great open bounding style, long jumping history. Good to see more Europeans under 10 and should make Munich a more competitive affair. Love the commentary also!

                              DAS opening at 22.56 is positive breaking the meet record of 23.13 from Lalova from last year, hard to say what the track is like in terms of speed, though the straight seems quick enough but not sure if the bends are tighter?

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                              • Originally posted by Atticus View Post
                                Jacobs ran 9.95 (1.5) in the heats but didn't run the final (?).
                                yes, he withdrew from the final

                                Soon to be 21 year old Lorenzo Patta won it with 10.13 (wind +1.4) ahead of Yupun Abeykoon (10.15, new NR for Sri Lanka)

                                This is the video of Jacobs' 9.95

                                https://twitter.com/atleticaitalia/s...356648964?s=20
                                ItalianFan
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                                Last edited by ItalianFan; 05-13-2021, 09:01 PM.

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