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  • Berlin mTJ: Wilson wins on countback

    Close, but unspectacular competition.

    1 WILSON, Aarik USA 17.07 (+0.9)
    2 EVORA, Nelson POR 17.07 (+0.8)
    3 GREGÓRIO, Jadel BRA 16.99 (-0.2)
    4 DAVIS, Walter USA 16.84 (0.0)
    5 SANDS, Leevan BAH 16.82 (+1.1)
    6 LEWIS, Randy GRN 16.77 (+1.4)
    7 PETRENKO, Alexandr RUS 16.45 (+0.2)
    8 VALUKEVIC, Dmitrij SVK 15.91 (+0.6)
    9 MARTINEZ, Alexander SUI 15.86 (-0.2)
    10 DONATO, Fabrizio ITA 15.69 (-0.9)
    11 ANDERSSON, Anton SWE 15.48 (+1.0)
    12 PUSCH, Olaf GER 14.93 (+0.3)

  • #2
    DOUBLE countback!!

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    • #3
      I have to give Tim H kudos; for a distance guy he actually sounds like he knows what he's talking about in the TJ

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      • #4
        Originally posted by tafnut
        DOUBLE countback!!
        1 WILSON, Aarik USA
        16.67(-0.2) 16.90(+0.5) 17.00(+1.2) 17.07(+0.9) 16.96(+1.4) 17.02(+0.8 )
        2 EVORA, Nelson POR
        16.33(+0.5) 16.51(-0.3) 17.07(+0.8 ) 17.02(+0.5) 16.74(-0.4) 16.71(+1.6)
        3 GREGÓRIO, Jadel BRA 16.99(-0.2)

        Not many comps decided by the third-best jump. And this is a big one because these are the top two and annual honors are on the line (if Wilson gets the WAF, or even finishes ahead of Evora it will be very close.

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