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  • #31
    Originally posted by olorin View Post
    5.00 and equaling his PBs will get him the CR.
    The future is now - he just made 5.00.

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    • #32
      Unless he gets 5.10, 2:43.4 will get him 6500 points.

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      • #33
        Garland ended the PV at 5.00, needing to run 2:43.35 to score a CR 6500!!
        Very doable!!!!!
        Last edited by aaronk; 01-27-2023, 07:56 PM.

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        • #34
          Garland's 1000m PR is 2:42.82 from 2020. His 1000 from his PR 6205 ('22) was 2:43.68.

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          • #35
            Either he is completely knackered from all of his PRs or he is ready to blow that 1000 pr out of the water.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Dave View Post
              Either he is completely knackered from all of his PRs or he is ready to blow that 1000 pr out of the water.
              I'll go with the former . . . 2:51.40 . . . for a 6415 - still mighty good!

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Atticus View Post
                I'll go with the former . . . 2:51.40 . . . for a 6415 - still mighty good!
                I bet he is quite pleased.

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                • #38
                  Eaton, Warner, Mayer, O'Brian, Searle, Dvorak, Plaziat, ....then next is 22 year old Garland. Pretty lofty company. The same place on the decathlon list is 8832. Garland, Ayden-Owens, Ehammer, Moloney.... anyone excited about the future of the men's multis?

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                  • #39
                    Saga Vanninen (FIN) set two PBs yesterday, a monstrous 15.95 in the SP, and a 8.31 in the 60mh. She also LJ'ed 6.29.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by DET59 View Post
                      Eaton, Warner, Mayer, O'Brian, Searle, Dvorak, Plaziat, ....then next is 22 year old Garland. Pretty lofty company. The same place on the decathlon list is 8832. Garland, Ayden-Owens, Ehammer, Moloney.... anyone excited about the future of the men's multis?
                      And Skotheim, Neugebauer, Rooth, Hauttekeete ... and others !

                      So, last week, besides Garland monstrous score, we had the first World Athletics Combined Events Tour competition of the year : X-Athletics.
                      Once again Ehammer won the competition, with what would be a healthy WL in a world without Kyle Garland : 6292. Not far off his PB and with a "bad" LJ, 7.85 only, an assured 3rd jump after two X. He approached his 1000 record (2'51) despite a broken nose, so there is hope we could see him dip under 4'40 outdoors, he definitely needs it.
                      Behind him is the aforementioned Hauttekeete (b.2002), 6059, first time over 6000 as a senior for the U20 WR holder. PB in the HJ (2.12), PB in the PV (5.01).
                      Then we have the Italian Dario Dester, 5968, born in 2000 like so many talents of the discipline(s), steadily improving. Not his best Hep, but PBs in the 60/60H (6.92, 8.02).
                      In 4th the local, Makenson Gletty, 5928, a real fridge of a man, able to throw the shot over 16m and to run the 1000 in 2'40, alone. He's built like Garland with the same abilities, albeit not fulfilled equally at the moment.
                      Kevin Mayer started the Hep (with no intention to go all the way) but he bailed after the SP and did not come back for day 2. Decent 60 (6.89) and shot (15.69), struggles with the LJ again.

                      In the Penta, LĂ©onie Cambours took the light, with a new PB of 4490, just shy of the Euro Q. Sveva Gerevini second with 4408 and Kate O'Connor third with 4396, a new PB and NR.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by Revenant View Post
                        Saga Vanninen (FIN) set two PBs yesterday, a monstrous 15.95 in the SP, and a 8.31 in the 60mh. She also LJ'ed 6.29.
                        She's definitely one to watch ... this week in Tallinn already !

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                        • #42
                          [QUOTE=ZazaShoya;n1780681]

                          When I see these marks, it just reinforces how truly amazing JJK was and how hard her world record will be to break. When JJK got her throws PBs (16m shot, 45m jave) in Rome '87 she still managed to long jump 7.14 and run 12.91,22.95. 2:16 and HJ 1.90.... and that wasn't her best pentathlon.

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                          • #43
                            Nice Anna Hall article by Rich Sands:

                            After World Championships Bronze, Heptathlete Anna Hall is Embracing the Opportunity as a Professional Athlete, Team USA, Anna Hall, track and field, heptathlon, USA Track and Field

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                            • #44
                              Hall is entered in the 400 at the USATF Indoor Championships (at this point)

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by gm View Post
                                Hall is entered in the 400 at the USATF Indoor Championships (at this point)
                                so they've switched away from the policy of runniing the 300 in non-WIC years?

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