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  • #16
    Originally posted by DentyCracker
    Matthew Tegenkamp 7:40.xx
    What place? Given the other marks, only the w100h has a particularly good mark relative to the athlete (e.g., 11.10 is good, but not for VCB this year; DR at 13.20 is modest, ditto 3:36 1500).

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    • #17
      Originally posted by 26mi235
      Originally posted by DentyCracker
      Matthew Tegenkamp 7:40.xx
      What place? Given the other marks, only the w100h has a particularly good mark relative to the athlete (e.g., 11.10 is good, but not for VCB this year; DR at 13.20 is modest, ditto 3:36 1500).
      Teg won that 3000

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      • #18
        Just saw this result (look at 7th place; he did run 10.41/-0.9 for the hundred):

        m200
        1 St├ęphane Buckland [MRI] 20.57 10
        2 Ainsley Waugh [JAM] 20.77 8
        3 Christopher Williams [JAM] 20.81 7
        4 Marlon Devonish [GBR] 20.90 6
        5 Matija Cop [CRO] 21.49 5
        6 Veselin Pankov [BUL] 21.87 4
        7 Rodney Martin [USA] 36.34 3

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        • #19
          The brocolli has been particularly tasty today, despite it's inability to follow the speed limit.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by 26mi235
            Just saw this result (look at 7th place; he did run 10.41/-0.9 for the hundred):

            m200
            1 St├ęphane Buckland [MRI] 20.57 10
            2 Ainsley Waugh [JAM] 20.77 8
            3 Christopher Williams [JAM] 20.81 7
            4 Marlon Devonish [GBR] 20.90 6
            5 Matija Cop [CRO] 21.49 5
            6 Veselin Pankov [BUL] 21.87 4
            7 Rodney Martin [USA] 36.34 3
            he must have certainly pulled up. nest year he will be way under 21 as usual, 36 of course he was injured.

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            • #21
              Was the MHT cancelled? All the other event results are posted, but for that (as of a few minutes ago).

              Up now, Pars only over 80m, 80.04.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by DentyCracker
                great stuff in WHJ
                Looks like Vlasic and Chicerova both over 2.04!!
                VIDEO: Chicherova vs Vlasic

                Excellent competition, first Chicherova in 3rd attempt jump over 204 (hers PB) then Blanka jumps over 204, after both didnt make over 206, they supposed to do "Jump off" for first place...

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                • #23
                  Chicherova looked absolutely fantastic today - she was much more impressive than Vlasic IMO and it looks as though Chic's decision to miss the indoor season definitely paid off.
                  http://twitter.com/Trackside2011

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Powell
                    Originally posted by AS
                    By rights this is the last chance qualifer for the WAF.
                    Actually, tomorrow's Rovereto meet is the last one. It's only an area permit meet, but in events such as women's SP, it could make a substantial difference in the overall standings.
                    Oops, I had missed that. Good point.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by gm
                      Originally posted by 26mi235
                      Originally posted by DentyCracker
                      Matthew Tegenkamp 7:40.xx
                      What place? Given the other marks, only the w100h has a particularly good mark relative to the athlete (e.g., 11.10 is good, but not for VCB this year; DR at 13.20 is modest, ditto 3:36 1500).
                      Teg won that 3000
                      Interesting. He looked so out-of-it and disgusted at Brussels that I expected he'd end his season right there...

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                      • #26
                        2,06 didn't look out of the question for Chicherova. Vlasic looked better than of late if not at her best - I guess it is a testament to her past couple of seasons that a 2.04 jump can look decidedly average.

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