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  • #46
    Originally posted by donley2 View Post
    No live results for this meet I guess?
    Seems to be some liveish results here. https://gyulaimemorial.hu/en/

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    • #47
      And now mHT up
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      1 NOWICKI Wojciech 79.96
      2 HALáSZ Bence 79.44
      3 FAJDEK Paweł 79.15

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      • #48
        I see that Sydney's brother, Taylor is pacing the 800m.

        Screen Shot 2022-08-08 at 8.09.50 AM.png

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        • #49
          Originally posted by br View Post
          I see that Sydney's brother, Taylor is pacing the 800m.
          Interesting. He hasn't run a single race since February 2021.

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          • #50
            Kovacs consistent throws of 22.36 and 22.33 in rounds 2 and 3.

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            • #51
              Anyone know what height Mondo is currently attempting?

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              • #52
                Another 10.67 for SAFP...this consistency is insane.

                I remember Jeter running 10.67 in 2009 and we couldn't believe it. Now SAFP does it LITERALLY every other day

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by donley2 View Post
                  Anyone know what height Mondo is currently attempting?
                  6.01. One attempt left.

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by donley2 View Post
                    Anyone know what height Mondo is currently attempting?
                    2 misses at 6.01m right now

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by ATK View Post
                      Another 10.67 for SAFP...this consistency is insane.

                      I remember Jeter running 10.67 in 2009 and we couldn't believe it. Now SAFP does it LITERALLY every other day
                      Which I think is her limit. I'm not sure she gets down to 10.5 either. The only one who I think is capable of doing that when in top form is ETH and who knows if she'll ever get back to that form.
                      Apparently Ignorance is bliss

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by Diara31 View Post
                        Some of y'all esp the Americans are 'high key' underrating Marita Koch's world record. That woman regardless of her doping is by FAR the most complete female sprinter of all time. She went through 300m in her record race in 34.14 seconds. Only miller uibo has come 'close' to that......in a 300m race. The next fastest time ran after her record run in 1985 is 48.14 in 2019 which is still over half a second slower. Imo, she would have to turn into another version of the current Shericka Jackson while still retaining her 400m strength to have a solid chance at that record. Running a 47.91 split (while incredibly impressive) just doesn't cut it for me when Allyson, jarmila, and the 1980s Soviet women have split faster and are still wayyy adrift of 47.6
                        Some good points made here. However, as you said, possible doping must be taken into account when using superlatives. In my opinion, Irena Szewinska remains as the most complete female sprinter of all time. Add in that she had "decent" performances in the long jump, as well as the pentathlon.

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by Mr Lover Lover View Post

                          Which I think is her limit. I'm not sure she gets down to 10.5 either. The only one who I think is capable of doing that when in top form is ETH and who knows if she'll ever get back to that form.
                          Why do you think thats her limit? In 2019, many were skeptical of SAFP getting to 10.6x (mainly because of her age). I think this consistency is showing she is capable of improving her PB (10.60).

                          Also note, prior to ETH winning Olympic Gold, very few, if anyone at all, was saying she was capable of 10.5x.

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                          • #58
                            22.89 for Kovacs on his 5th! (over 75 ft)

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by ATK View Post

                              Why do you think thats her limit? In 2019, many were skeptical of SAFP getting to 10.6x (mainly because of her age). I think this consistency is showing she is capable of improving her PB (10.60).

                              Also note, prior to ETH winning Olympic Gold, very few, if anyone at all, was saying she was capable of 10.5x.
                              What was the condition. Did she have a tailwind?

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by FleetingRedux View Post

                                What was the condition. Did she have a tailwind?
                                +1.3m/s wind in this race.

                                For some context, here are all of her 10.6x races

                                10.60 (+1.7)
                                10.63 (+1.3)
                                10.66 (+0.5)
                                10.67 (-0.4)
                                10.67 (+0.5)
                                10.67 (+0.8)
                                10.67 (+1.3)

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