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  • Dubnica Athletic Bridge meeting

    Rieti is not the only meeting tomorrow, Dubnica (Slovakia) also has some interesting events, actually participants. Those include Dayron Robles, Dawn Harper, Tomasz Majewski, Primoz Kozmus, Christian Cantwell, Stefan Holm, Germaine Mason and Nesta Carter.

    Detailed start lists aren't online yet, but should be soon: http://www.atletikadubnica.sk/AM_2_ENG.htm

    Schedule: http://www.atletikadubnica.sk/Priprava/ ... 202008.pdf

  • #2
    Start lists now available, lots of familar names.

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    • #3
      110 m HURDLES A-RACE MEN

      1 Robles Dayron 861119 CUB 12,95
      2 Wilson Ryan 801219 USA 13,68
      3 Turner Andrew 800919 GBR 13,69
      4 Kronberg Robert 760815 SWE 13,70
      5 Akins Tyrone 860106 USA 13,90
      6 Peremota Igor 810114 RUS 13,99

      W : -1,7 m/s :shock:

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      • #4
        Some other results (Top 3):

        100 m A-RACE MEN
        1 Carter Nesta 851110 JAM 10,27
        2 Edgar Tyrone 820329 GBR 10,44
        3 Zakari Aziz 760902 GHA 10,49
        W : -3,4 m/s

        TRIPLE JUMP MEN
        1 Vaľukevič Dmitrij 810531 SVK 17,36 (-1.4)
        2 Sands Leevan 81 BAH 17,01 (-0.4)
        3 Davis Walter 790702 USA 16,85 (-1.2)

        SHOT PUT MEN
        1 Cantwell Christian 800930 USA 21,39
        2 Majewski Tomasz 810830 POL 20,86
        3 Mikhnevich Andrey 760712 BLR 19,86

        HAMMER THROW MEN
        1 Kozmus Primoz 790930 SLO 78,90
        2 Lingua Marco 780604 ITA 78,74
        3 Ziolkowski Szymon 760701 POL 78,38

        100 m HURDLES A-RACE WOMEN
        1 Harper Dawn 840513 USA 12,71
        2 Davis Candice 850526 USA 12,96
        3 Lopes-Schliep Prisci 820826 CAN 13,07
        W: -1,4 m/s

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        • #5
          Originally posted by croflash
          110 m HURDLES A-RACE MEN

          1 Robles Dayron 861119 CUB 12,95

          W : -1,7 m/s :shock:
          f*ck !!!

          if you use jrm's calc for 100m & scale down 12.95 by 10/11 to 11.727, enter it with -1.7 wind & 242m altitude ( wiki ), you get 11.641, which, if you scale up again by 11/10, you get

          12.81 !!!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by eldrick
            Originally posted by croflash
            110 m HURDLES A-RACE MEN

            1 Robles Dayron 861119 CUB 12,95

            W : -1,7 m/s :shock:
            f*ck !!!

            if you use jrm's calc for 100m & scale down 12.95 by 10/11 to 11.727, enter it with -1.7 wind & 242m altitude ( wiki ), you get 11.641, which, if you scale up again by 11/10, you get

            12.81 !!!
            I recall posting that a sub-12.80 in the next few years was not unlikely a
            while ago. (We can just hope that whoever gets the right race has learned to
            handle the speed---and does not stumble on a hurdle ;-))

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            • #7
              Originally posted by imaginative
              I recall posting that a sub-12.80 in the next few years was not unlikely a
              while ago. (We can just hope that whoever gets the right race has learned to
              handle the speed---and does not stumble on a hurdle ;-))
              depends on what time-frame you quoted

              1 - 5y
              5 - 10y
              10y+

              anything's possile with oliver

              this guy is slower than my grandma in 1st part of the race & has a 7.47ipb

              let's see :

              best run this year appears to be 13.02 into a 0.4 in lausanne = ~ 13.013 basic using jrm's calc

              now, he has a derisory 7.47i pb, which using an empirical formula of

              110h = 2.2 * ( 60h ) - 3.2

              which suggests his indoor 7.47 indicates he has last 50m ability of

              ~ 12.83

              oliver has something like a 12.83 finish off a grandma's 60m

              if you can do it for last 50 ( supposedly harder ), no reason why you can't do it for whole race

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              • #8
                post this just for reference

                it's damn fiddly supposedly easy algebra to estimate what a 60h & "basic" 110h shoud have based on differential - i.e. a great finisher like oliver, who probably has 7.45i & 13.00 "basic"

                110 theoretical = (11/6) * ( "basic" 110 - 60i ) + 8/3

                -> finishing ability of ~ 12.85

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                • #9
                  There are problems with applying wind adjustments to the hurdles, the most obvious of which is that a sufficiently strong head/tailwind can throw off the athlete's stride pattern. So, even I will caution people to take those numbers with a grain of salt in this case.

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                  • #10
                    big guy

                    you've said that for years, but even +/- 2m/s wind ain't helluva lot when you consider distances to hurdles

                    maybe 0.1m/hurdle closer with +2m/s

                    efficient technique shoud be capable of taking care of that

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