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  • Dave
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    Originally posted by highjumpfan View Post
    I’ve been trying to see if he was related to Brad Sumner, who btw formerly held the high school 600m record! How
    many fathers and sons have held the same record?
    Wasn’t Greg Duplantis the first HS indoor 18’ vaulter?

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  • Atticus
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    Missed this one on Saturday.

    Already the boys WT leader at 81-1 from Woonsocket HS in Rhode Island, Tarik Robison-O'Hagan threw the Shot 69-0.25.

    He's the national returning HTer at 236-9, but considering his SP PR from last winter was 60-6 (and WT 76-5). I reckon we can expect some loooong Hammer throws this spring!
    The HSR of 261-7 might be in jeopardy.

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  • highjumpfan
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    I’ve been trying to see if he was related to Brad Sumner, who btw formerly held the high school 600m record! How
    many fathers and sons have held the same record?

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  • gh
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    Originally posted by Atticus View Post
    New boys 500m HSR

    Will Sumner (GaHS) 1:01.25.

    ...!
    and now a 600m HSR

    he's the son of former Villanova All Americas Brad Sumner and Tosha Woodward

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  • aaronk
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    Originally posted by sub2ract View Post

    on twitter says 6'6 220. nyckoles has been breaking age group world records for years. gonna be hard for him to keep getting much faster when he turns 18-19 being so huge, esp if he grows more but for football he's absolutely perfect, a potentially even more monstrous dk metcalf.
    Forget football!
    If he keeps growing, let's talk NBA and LeBron James the Second!
    LOL

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  • wamego relays champ
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    Originally posted by gh View Post
    20.79 (4, 4 HS) for Nyckoles Harbor at TexasTech.... he's a 6-5/235 footballer
    No blocks used. (!)

    Also a reminder, Lubbock is just under the statistical altitude aided limit at 988m.

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  • Atticus
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    How is he not the prototype for an All-American Tight End?

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  • NotDutra5
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    Originally posted by sub2ract View Post

    on twitter says 6'6 220. nyckoles has been breaking age group world records for years. gonna be hard for him to keep getting much faster when he turns 18-19 being so huge, esp if he grows more but for football he's absolutely perfect, a potentially even more monstrous dk metcalf.
    As mentioned above, his current recruiting is as an Edge moreso than WR to the point in which he's rated 1st at the postion. This in itself makes him unusual as a HS sprinter.

    Last edited by NotDutra5; 01-24-2022, 04:18 PM.

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  • Atticus
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    Originally posted by gm View Post
    Harbor is still only 16 years old, won't turn 17 until July.
    This guy?! Yikes!
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0CTSLQ9hUBo
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    Last edited by Atticus; 01-24-2022, 04:13 PM.

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  • gm
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    Harbor is still only 16 years old, won't turn 17 until July. Quite a talent!

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  • sub2ract
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    Originally posted by gh View Post
    20.79 (4, 4 HS) for Nyckoles Harbor at TexasTech.... he's a 6-5/235 footballer
    on twitter says 6'6 220. nyckoles has been breaking age group world records for years. gonna be hard for him to keep getting much faster when he turns 18-19 being so huge, esp if he grows more but for football he's absolutely perfect, a potentially even more monstrous dk metcalf.
    Last edited by sub2ract; 01-24-2022, 02:27 PM.

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  • Trickstat
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    Originally posted by steveu View Post
    According to these results, Will Summer (Woodstock HS, GA, '22 -- UGA recruit) ran 1:15.58 for 600m in Chicago (200m banked) this weekend (today?). If correct, that's an HSR by 2 seconds over Livingston's mark from '12.


    https://il.milesplit.com/meets/43986...l-2022/results


    Only 6 collegians have run faster and it's just outside the U.S. all-time top 10. Haven't yet found an all-time world U20 list for the event, if it exists. Don't know if Juniors run it much globally.

    That's crazy fast ... obviously the kid is a great 400 and 800 runner and the 500/600 would appear to be his sweet spot. This winter so far, he had run 47.69, 1:01.25 HSR for 500 and 1:52 800. Last spring, 47.01 and 1:51.67. It's not shocking that he could break the 600 HSR, but didn't expect 1:15-mid.
    I can't speak for other countries, but I can only find 3 UK under 20s who have run under 1:19 indoors and the fastest of those was run in the US in 2020. I think the distance is sometimes run at some minor meets early in the season here and seems to be quite popular with 400 hurdlers, in particular. Worth remembering we only have 5 indoor tracks if you exclude venues that just have a sprint straight and field events facilities and Birmingham which is only ever in place for a few weeks each winter.
    Last edited by Trickstat; 01-23-2022, 11:46 AM.

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  • steveu
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    According to these results, Will Summer (Woodstock HS, GA, '22 -- UGA recruit) ran 1:15.58 for 600m in Chicago (200m banked) this weekend (today?). If correct, that's an HSR by 2 seconds over Livingston's mark from '12.


    https://il.milesplit.com/meets/43986...l-2022/results


    Only 6 collegians have run faster and it's just outside the U.S. all-time top 10. Haven't yet found an all-time world U20 list for the event, if it exists. Don't know if Juniors run it much globally.

    That's crazy fast ... obviously the kid is a great 400 and 800 runner and the 500/600 would appear to be his sweet spot. This winter so far, he had run 47.69, 1:01.25 HSR for 500 and 1:52 800. Last spring, 47.01 and 1:51.67. It's not shocking that he could break the 600 HSR, but didn't expect 1:15-mid.

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  • steveu
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    Originally posted by gh View Post
    20.79 (4, 4 HS) for Nyckoles Harbor at TexasTech.... he's a 6-5/235 footballer
    FYI, that 200 was a prelim and he skipped the final. However, he did run prelims of the 60 and then that event's final -- a very nice 6.73.

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  • NotDutra5
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    Originally posted by gh View Post
    20.79 (4, 4 HS) for Nyckoles Harbor at TexasTech.... he's a 6-5/235 footballer
    He's also an edge rusher or being recruited as such which is a little unusual for the typical sprint footballer.

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