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  • BruceFlorman
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    Originally posted by jeremyp
    Originally posted by BruceFlorman
    Evidently not enough to keep her from winning. :lol:
    Luckily Hellebaut partied too much!!
    I wouldn't blame her a bit if she were still hung over. :lol:

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  • jeremyp
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    Originally posted by BruceFlorman
    Evidently not enough to keep her from winning. :lol:
    Luckily Hellebaut partied too much!!

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  • BruceFlorman
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    Evidently not enough to keep her from winning. :lol:

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  • Powell
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    It took Blanka three attempts to clear 1.98 :shock: What's wrong with her tonight :?:

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  • Powell
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    And now Hellebaut is out :? Five women cleared 1.95 and none of them went over 1.98 the first time - not even Blanka :!:
    Chaunte Howard the only one to clear so far on her second attempt.

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  • Powell
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    Originally posted by Powell
    Yikes - they're at 1.85 and Hellebaut already has one failure :shock:
    And now she had two failures at 1.90, but cleared on her third :shock:
    Emma Green has already been eliminated :?

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  • Powell
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    Poor jumping by the women so far. Only three (Vlasic, Chicherova, Slesarenko) cleared 1.90 on their first attempts.

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  • Powell
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    Yikes - they're at 1.85 and Hellebaut already has one failure :shock:

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  • croflash
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    Zürich wHJ

    She’s definitely not keying on Hellebaut, the European champion indoors and out, who proved her big meet mettle yet again on the world’s biggest stage last Saturday. And ‘revenge’, she said, is not in her athletics vocabulary.

    “I don’t like to think about revenge,” Vlasic said. “I think every girl is a great opponent tomorrow. It all depends on how each of them recovered from the big stress of Beijing.”

    “I’m not thinking especially about Tia,” she said. “To be honest, I’m not thinking about any of them because it’s a competition for me and I jump against myself.”
    1 STRAKOVA, Iva CZE
    2 STERGIOU, Antonia GRE
    3 SHKOLINA, Svetlana RUS
    4 GREEN, Emma SWE
    5 PALAMAR, Vita UKR
    6 HOWARD, Chaunte USA
    7 BEITIA, Ruth ESP
    8 SLESARENKO, Yelena RUS
    9 CHICHEROVA, Anna RUS
    10 VLASIC, Blanka CRO
    11 HELLEBAUT, Tia BEL

    http://www.weltklasse.ch/en/meeting/liv ... ev=wfhighj
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