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  • ndamix
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    I did 30 meets this year holding down a full-time job....

    Oh...you're talking about competing not officiating.... ops: :lol: ops:

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  • gh
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    I have a Mac :-)

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  • Paul Henry
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    Originally posted by gh
    Vlašić doesn't even win the title as most prolific high jumper; I'm guessing that Nicole Forrester (27) wins that title. And only one meet was in Canada!
    ...see you have a special keyboard or a short-cut key for non-english language characters.

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  • gh
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    Vlašić doesn't even win the title as most prolific high jumper; I'm guessing that Nicole Forrester (27) wins that title. And only one meet was in Canada!

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  • Paul Henry
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    Originally posted by mcgato
    I was going to guess Blanka Vlasic, but I could only find about 25 for her this year.
    I would say Blanka Vlasic as well, in fact looking from cursary glance she seems to be ahead of all...would also give Bryan Dzingai an award for a spiritted attempt.

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  • tandfman
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    Originally posted by croflash
    Maybe Yurchenko ?
    25

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  • croflash
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    Maybe Yurchenko ? Lobinger wasn't even competing that much for his standards this year.

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  • EPelle
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    Looks like they:re including indoor meets as well.

    edit: 23 meets for Robles.

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  • nevetsllim
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    I'm not sure about Robles - his first outdoor meet was in June and he had to miss London and Monaco because of visa problems and he had to miss 3-4 meets at the end of the year through injury.

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  • Bruce Kritzler
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    Seems like discus throwers and hj'ers compete the most?

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  • EPelle
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    Without knowing the answer ahead of time, I had guessed Robles.

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  • Rineanna
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    Originally posted by mcgato
    I was going to guess Blanka Vlasic, but I could only find about 25 for her this year.
    That's who came to my mind aswell! She was everywhere this summer, except for the one Grand Prix I went to in Crystal Palace.

    He probably competed way less than Lobinger and Vlasic, but Robles sure got around (athletically speaking) IIRC, especially at the start of the summer and the indoor season.

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  • mcgato
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    I was going to guess Blanka Vlasic, but I could only find about 25 for her this year.

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  • gh
    started a topic who had the most meets this year?

    who had the most meets this year?

    Anybody more than Tim Lobinger's 34 vaults?

    Tim Lobinger (Ger) 5-mark Avg. = 5.786
    5.76i 1)Dormagen 1/25

    5.65i 2)Göteborg 1/29 1. Miles

    5.70i 4)Stuttgart 2/02 1. Lukyanenko; 2. Pavlov; 3. Schulze

    5.71i 2)Düsseldorf 2/08 1. Straub

    5.76i 1)Karlsruhe 2/10

    5.70i 1)Dessau 2/15

    5.80i 1)Leipzig 2/17

    5.81i =1)Stockholm 2/21

    5.80i 1)Ger Ind 2/23

    5.870i 1)Chemnitz 2/29

    5.70i 5)World Ind 3/09 1. Y. Lukyanenko; 2. Walker; 3. S. Hooker; 4. Clavier
    (5.70iq)

    5.70 2)Cologne 5/18 1. Spiegelburg

    5.35 4)Innsbruck 5/21 1. Hartwig; 2. Scott; 3. Rovan

    5.40 9)Hengelo GP 5/24 1. Schulze; 2. Rans; 3. Spiegelburg; 4. Hartwig; 5. van Wengerden; 6. Borgeling; 7t. Straub; 7t. Jeng


    5.61 4)Dessau 5/30 1. Kucheryanu; 2. Lukyanenko; 3. Straub

    nh –)Berlin GP 6/01 1. Lukyanenko; 2. Mazuryk; 3. Kucheryanu; 4. Ecker; 5t. Schulze; 5t. Spiegelburg; 7t. Jeng; 7t. Otto; 9. Mesnil

    5.40 7)Kassel 6/06 1. Ecker; 2. Otto; 3. Straub; 4. Mohr; 5. Spiegelburg; 6. Gruber

    5.40 4)Regensburg 6/08 1. Lewis; 2. Clavier; 3. Straub

    5.70 2)Cottbus 6/11 1. Straub

    5.61 4)Ostrava GP 6/12 1. Lukyanenko; 2. Yurchenko; 3. Mazuryk

    5.52 3)Prague 6/16 1. Borgeling; 2. Straub

    5.60 2)Ingolstadt 6/21 1. Straub

    5.60 2)Göteborg 6/24 1. Jeng

    5.50 5)Biberach 6/28 1. Lukyanenko; 2. Holzdeppe; 3. Otto; 4. Spiegelburg

    5.71 4)Bydgoszcz 7/01 1. Lukyanenko; 2. Hooker; 3. Jeng

    5.75 1)Ger Ch 7/05

    5.60 5)Karlsruhe 7/09 1. Walker; 2. Clavier; 3. Hartwig; 4. Straub

    5.63 3)Jockgrim 7/12 1. Hooker; 2. Straub

    5.60 =3)Munich 7/19 1. Borgeling; 2. Mohr

    5.42 8)London GP 7/26 1. Lukyanenko; 2. Hooker; 3t. Straub; 3t. Walker; 5. Lewis; 6. Yurchenko; 7. Kucheryanu

    5.55 nq)Olympic G 8/20 1. Hooker; 2. Lukyanenko; 3. Yurchenko; 4. Miles; 5. Starodubtsev; 6. Ecker; 7. Clavier; 8. Holzdeppe; 9. Pavlov; 10. Kudlicka; 11. Czerwinski;… nh—Andreyev, Gibilisco

    5.42 6)Gateshead GP 8/31 1. Walker; 2. Yurchenko; 3. Lewis; 4t. Miles; 4t. Schulze

    5.45 =7)Lausanne GP 9/02 1. Lukyanenko; 2. Miles; 3t. Straub; 3t. Walker; 5. Kucheryanu; 6. Starodubtsev

    5.40 7)Berlin 9/07 1. Miles; 2. Andreyev; 3. Hartwig; 4. Borgeling; 5. Pavlov; 6. Straub
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