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  • Indoor. What is it?

    gh & others: Please review the following situation and give an opinion as well as your sources for the opinion. Thanks.

    High School A has their Indoor PV record listed as 15'9". However, it was achieved at the 1979 state track & field championships. Due to rain & cold, the PV was moved indoor. Should this be School A's Indoor record? Is indooor track a season or a venue? I have seen various interpretations. The state in question does not 'officially' endorse indoor track, so they cannot provide an answer. To be considered a record, should the mark be achieved during the indoor season, or simply inside a facility with a roof?

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    Re: Indoor. What is it?

    I have an unrelated question about "Indoor...what is it."

    I think I saw somewhere that the IAF rules were liberalized for WR's set indoors, if all conditions were otherwise acceptable ? This would obviously only be true in the field events using a regular outdorr shot, or in the HJ/3J/PV, using a rubber runway not set on wood, etc.

    Am I all wrong on this ? Maybe I imagined it.

    Was Bubka's 20'2"i from a wood runway or a tartan runway set on wood ?

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      Re: Indoor. What is it?

      Very similar situation to High School A actually occured. At the 1970 NCAA Outdoor Championships at Drake, a rain storm forced the PV indoors. Jan Johnson cleared 17-7 and I believe it was accepted as a collegiate or AR. GH help me out this.

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