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  • Originally posted by gh View Post
    La Chaux-de-Fonds is 998m of altitude
    Exactly! There are dozens of factors that always need considering and how to tease each of them out to know exactly what is and how much each contributes is a never ending, yet fun, endeavor as to why someone performed a certain way, in a certain place, at a certain time.

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    • Balkan U18 Champs, Kraljevo, SRB

      JT (500 g) Adriana Vilagoš SRB 70,10 WU18B
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=naAyhgwogvY
      Last edited by trackfieldfan; 08-14-2021, 06:05 PM.

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      • Originally posted by ItalianFan View Post
        Some results from La Chaux De Fonds

        400m: Dobber 45.15 Watrin 45.56 (PB) Aceti 45.58 (PB) Nout 45.76 Charles 45.81 (PB) Lundholm 45.93 (PB)
        110hs: Joseph Jason 13.12 (PB)

        100m: Del Ponte 10.90 (w+1.8)
        400hs: Ayomide Folorunso 54.65 Jesse Knight 54.78 Line Kloster 55.14 Wanda Nel 55.56.
        Results link: https://slv.laportal.net/Competitions/Details/5144
        (tfn results page link doesn't work)

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        • Originally posted by Zelex View Post
          Ferdinand Omurwa (Kenyan NR holder) just ran a 9.86 (0.6) in Austria! He ran a 9.96 in the heats. He did look very good in Tokyo. Not surprised by a 9.96 but a 9.86 has caught me off guard.
          Yeah he looked good in Tokyo. He was in sub 10-form there but like you said the 9.8 caught me off guard. Good for him and Kenyan sprinting overall.

          Originally posted by proofs in the pudd'in View Post

          But she ran slower in Tokyo? If she ran like this in Tokyo she would ran 10.8-10.7. You know the track thingy!
          I definitely felt ADP was in mid 10.8's form in Tokyo. Still lots of time for her to do so this season, it seems she's in quite a zone right now. Like she said on Instagram, I'm more impressed with her 22.38. Definitely want to see her run more 200s I feel she's a sub-22 runner.




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          Last edited by Weights&Shoes; 08-14-2021, 11:54 PM.

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          • Huge 200m from her. Hadn't broken 23 before!

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            • Del Ponte's 10.90 +1.8 @ 998m = 11.03 0.0 @ 0. This is made up of ~0.03 for altitude and ~0.10 for the wind, so don't get too hung up on Chaux-de-Fond being on a mountain because a good wind trumps height.

              If we look at her three round OG campaign plus her new NR we get the following corrected times:

              10.99
              11.01
              10.92
              11.03

              So she's run 4 basic times within ~ 1 tenth of each other over the last fortnight. That's pretty impressive consistency and shows she is still in peak form. Like all post OG athletes - how long can they hold their peak?

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              • Originally posted by AS View Post
                Huge 200m from her. Hadn't broken 23 before!
                She did run a 22.83 last year with +2.1, so that could still have been a legal sub-23 with a much more modest wind. Still a big jump to 22.38 but she's never given herself many chances.

                Here's a table of her SBs for 100&200, the ratio between the two and the number of finals at each distance. You can see the ratio drifted out the last couple of years and just now snapped back to nearer her 2015 level. If she'd been able to keep the 2015 ratio she would have been 22.9 in 2018 and 22.7 last year, a more normal progression.

                Year Age 100 200 200Ratio 100(F) 200(F)
                2013 17 12.14 24.96 2.056 10 7
                2014 18 11.82 24.54 2.076 11 6
                2015 19 11.90 24.37 2.048 10 5
                2016 20 11.52 23.82 2.068 11 3
                2017 21 11.42 23.76 2.081 9 2
                2018 22 11.21 23.07 2.058 12 4
                2019 23 11.29 23.59 2.089 13 2
                2020 24 11.08 23.02 2.078 11 3
                2021 25 10.90 22.38 2.053 11 1

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                • Also at Le Chaux de Fonds, Evelyn Saalberg set huge PBs over 200m (23.39, a PB by 1 sec) and 52.32 (PB by 1.6 sec)
                  I point her out because she's one of Meuwly's NED athletes, and he's said she has a lot of potential, but has been struggling with injury the last 2 seasons. He was hoping she would make the 4x4 team for Tokyo but she wasn't quite fit. But this is good news going forwards for the NED 4x4

                  Also, I doubt even 998m gives you a 1.6 sec PB over 400m
                  Last edited by Wiederganger; 08-15-2021, 10:55 AM.

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                  • In Germany today

                    1 Vetter Johannes 86,17
                    2 Peters Anderson Grenada 85,85

                    1 Ogrodnikova Nicola 60,40
                    2 Winger Cara 59,80

                    https://ergebnisse.leichtathletik.de...st/281075/5343

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                    • And in Szczecin POL

                      M800m
                      P Bol AUS 1:45.49
                      B Patterson GBR 1:45.70 PR

                      W800
                      Gulyayeva RUS 2:00.46
                      Kolberg GER 2:00.91

                      M200
                      R Prescod GBR 20.31 (-0.4) PR

                      https://live.domtel-sport.pl/

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                      • Originally posted by AS View Post
                        Huge 200m from her. Hadn't broken 23 before!
                        woh quite easily too

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                        • Del Ponte should certainly run more 200s, as it can only help her 100m.

                          I think she's great though. She ran in her Darth Vader socks; she's a total geek and proud of it. Apparently she is super intelligent, is studying 16th Century Italian poetry, and prefers to just read history books and classics to relax. She also speaks fluent Italian (she's from the Ascone-Locarno region where Swiss Italian is the primary language) Bosnian (her mother is from Bosnia) German, French, and is adept in English too!


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                          • I think her 7.03 60m this winter was a huge signal of her potential which she realised in Tokyo. Her form is solid and she held it in the 200m.

                            European Double next year?

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                            • Originally posted by Wiederganger View Post
                              Also at Le Chaux de Fonds, Evelyn Saalberg set huge PBs over 200m (23.39, a PB by 1 sec) and 52.32 (PB by 1.6 sec)
                              I point her out because she's one of Meuwly's NED athletes, and he's said she has a lot of potential, but has been struggling with injury the last 2 seasons. He was hoping she would make the 4x4 team for Tokyo but she wasn't quite fit. But this is good news going forwards for the NED 4x4

                              Also, I doubt even 998m gives you a 1.6 sec PB over 400m
                              Saalberg improves to 52.19 in Bern, to prove her La Chaux PB was no fluke, finishing over 1 sec ahead of Laura De Witte (who was 'the 4th' runner in the NED 4x4) but 1 sec behind Spain's Bokesa.

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                              • Amis go 1-2 in Bern wSP

                                1 Ealey Chase 19,05 (62-6)
                                2 Ewen Maggie 18,68 (61-3.5)

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