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  • 2022 Outdoor Multis (split)

    created to distinguish different indoor/outdoor events

  • #2
    Andrei Iosivas, which came out of nowhere to score more than 6,000 points in the winter, continues with his vast improvement setting a new PB in the DT by more than four meters (39.03). While the result is obviously weak, with 15.55 SP it is only a question of time (and practice) until much further throws will come. Good to see that he committed to the outdoor season as he is also in the football team of Princeton.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by donley2 View Post
      3760 After day 1 for Hall. Experts want to guess what we are projecting to at this point?
      She was at 3712 in her PR 6200, so hopefully she goes get close to or exceeds 6300.

      A 6m LJ, 45m JT and 2:10 800 (all doable) would be close.

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      • #4
        Her score on the first day includes three PBs 13.41 (13.53), 13.45 (13.06) & 23.81 (23.91).

        She is struggling this year with her HJ and losing 140 points compared with last year. If she will be able to jump ~1.85 (SB 1.79 PB 1.89) and improve her LJ to 6.25 (PB 6.09) then she will be the clear favourite for third place in the very competitive US trials (reminder Williams has a bye).

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        • #5
          Originally posted by olorin View Post
          If [Hall] will be able to jump ~1.85 (SB 1.79 PB 1.89) and improve her LJ to 6.25 (PB 6.09) then she will be the clear favourite for third place in the very competitive US trials (reminder Williams has a bye).
          Of course if people like Brooks, Atherley, Zamzow, Hawkins, etc, can improve their weaker events and stay near PR levels in the others, they can make the team.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by olorin View Post
            Her score on the first day includes three PBs 13.41 (13.53), 13.45 (13.06) & 23.81 (23.91).

            She is struggling this year with her HJ and losing 140 points compared with last year. If she will be able to jump ~1.85 (SB 1.79 PB 1.89) and improve her LJ to 6.25 (PB 6.09) then she will be the clear favourite for third place in the very competitive US trials (reminder Williams has a bye).
            Legal wind 6.23 for Hall. Seems on her way to an excellent score.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by donley2 View Post
              Legal wind 6.23 for Hall. Seems on her way to an excellent score.
              A 6300 PR would indeed be a statement.

              2021 list - after Kunz-Wms-Bougard

              Atherley 6352
              Zamzow 6291

              One spot left (no jinx!) for the 3 of them (Hall, Atherley, Zamzow)

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              • #8
                Leo Neugebauer is way ahead in the TX Relays Dec, with over 6000 points, and 3 events left. He might score 8200.
                He's a 21 year old German!

                As for Hall, if she can run 2:05 like she did INdoors, she might do well over 6300!!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by aaronk View Post
                  As for Hall, if she can run 2:05 like she did INdoors, she might do well over 6300!!
                  Never do math/arithmetic in public, but I believe 2:05.0 would put her over 6400.

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                  • #10
                    6412... not bad for Hall

                    # 4 A-T collegiate performer

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                    • #11
                      Great score! So happy for her.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by gm View Post
                        Hall 6412
                        Awesome - she's on her way to a great year. I guess she will not be contending the SECs (or even the NCAAs if she makes our team at the Trials May 6-7).

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Atticus View Post
                          Awesome - she's on her way to a great year. I guess she will not be contending the SECs (or even the NCAAs if she makes our team at the Trials May 6-7).
                          Maybe the high jump or long jump to get in more champs practice

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by aaronk View Post
                            Leo Neugebauer . . . might score 8200.
                            A decent (for him) 45m JT and 4:45 1500 gets him ~8100. PRs can get him close to that 8200.

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                            • #15
                              With 2 PBs Neugebauer would tally 8132. In this position, his fellow countryman Niklas Kaul would score (brace yourselves) ... 8802.
                              With the performances achieved in his record Decathlon (46.41, 5'01) -> 8029.
                              But he seems to have progressed running-wise (almost 2s gained in the 400, 4s in the 1000 this winter) so < 4'40 looks feasible, and I reckon a guy with these abilities can't remain this weak in the JT, so at least 50m.

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