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  • jhc68
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    Right, Williams' start this year is terrific, and his pass at that altitude combined with the first attempt clearance at 2.36 was a very bold, assertive competitive accomplishment.

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  • Per Andersen
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    I noticed Thornblad saying in the IAAF article that he had changed his run-up and was using it for only the second time. Of course, no specifics. But about a year ago he said he wanted to widen his curve as he wanted more speed into the take-off. Maybe that's what he is doing now.

    What a week for Williams! He must be feeling great. Passing at 2.34 shows how confident he is right now.
    Looking forward to the 18th in Stockholm. Williams and Linus go at it again. Rybakov is also jumping. He holds the arena record at 2.38.

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  • marknhj
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    Is she passing more at middle heights this indoor season? Stat geeks please research and post

    This comp:
    1.75 -
    1.80 -
    1.85 o
    1.89 -
    1.92 o
    1.95 -
    1.98 xo
    2.00 o
    2.05 xxx

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  • Dietmar239
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    The title is a little misleading since two men cleared 2.36m. Although if you look closely you can make out Jesse Williams name further along in the article. :roll:

    http://www.iaaf.org/news/kind=100/newsid=49290.html

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  • EPelle
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    ? She has jumped four times this season, never attempting a WR from scratch.

    2.01-2.03-2.06m
    2.01-2.04m
    2.00-2.04-2.09m
    2.01-2.05m

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  • gh
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    1 in 4 (as always, she has been busy). Meets of 2.03, 2.01, 2.04, 2.00 so far

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  • eldrick
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    as far as wr attempts goes, it's still 1 for 2 meets

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  • EPelle
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    (Discussion was in line with 2.00m/2.01m/2.02m straight to WR attempt).

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  • eldrick
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    so far it appears to be 1 in 2 as she tried wr last week after 2.04

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  • EPelle
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    Shocked (not) that Vlasic attempted 2.05m after 2.00m, instead of 2.10m. She answered a live IAAF chat question last season I had about going straight to WR: she doesn't attempt it as often as one may think.

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  • IFK_Vaxjo
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    Originally posted by Dietmar239
    I laughed so much I cried the when I heard an interview with his coach Stanislaw Szcyrba who claimed that the high jumps after the illness could be explained with him losing 2kg when vomiting all of last week. Only he could use that as an explantion, everyone else would say "even tough he had a flu".Just to point out that Linus could be even more cut up than he is....

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  • Dietmar239
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    Originally posted by pela2
    Well

    Sweden's top-21 all-time performances indoors

    2.41 Patrik Sjöberg 1 Piræus 01.02.1987
    2.40 Sjöberg 1 Berlin 27.02.1987
    2.40 Stefan Holm 1 Madrid 06.03.2005
    2.39 Sjöberg 1 Budapest 05.03.1988
    2.39 Sjöberg 2 Toronto 14.03.1993
    2.38 Sjöberg 1 Berlin 22.02.1985
    2.38 Sjöberg 1 Liévin 21.02.1987
    2.38 Sjöberg 1 Gent 07.02.1988
    2.38 Sjöberg 1 Genova 01.03.1992
    2.38 Holm 1 Göteborg 25.02.2007
    2.38 Linus Thörnblad 2 Göteborg 25.02.2007
    2.37 Sjöberg 1 Gent 08.02.1987
    2.37 Sjöberg 1 Madrid 12.02.1987
    2.37 Holm 1 Stockholm 12.02.2004
    2.37 Holm 1 Banská Bystrica 13.02.2007
    2.37 Holm 1 Malmö 24.02.2008
    2.36 Sjöberg 2 Berlin 24.02.1989
    2.36 Holm 1 Arnstadt 08.02.2003
    2.36 Holm 1 Arnstadt 07.02.2004
    2.36 Holm 1 Valencia 08.03.2008
    2.36 Thörnblad 1 Banská Bystrica 11.02.2009

    Sjöberg 11
    Holm 8
    Thörnblad 2
    Sorry to gawk at the past, but it's just awe-inspiring to me that Sjoberg had five meets over 2.37+ (including a 2.40m and 2.41) in the space of a month. And, he was the second athlete to jump 2.40m that indoor season (Thranhardt).

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  • EPelle
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    Superb that 18 of those 21 were victories.

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  • pela2
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    Well

    Sweden's top-21 all-time performances indoors

    2.41 Patrik Sjöberg 1 Piræus 01.02.1987
    2.40 Sjöberg 1 Berlin 27.02.1987
    2.40 Stefan Holm 1 Madrid 06.03.2005
    2.39 Sjöberg 1 Budapest 05.03.1988
    2.39 Sjöberg 2 Toronto 14.03.1993
    2.38 Sjöberg 1 Berlin 22.02.1985
    2.38 Sjöberg 1 Liévin 21.02.1987
    2.38 Sjöberg 1 Gent 07.02.1988
    2.38 Sjöberg 1 Genova 01.03.1992
    2.38 Holm 1 Göteborg 25.02.2007
    2.38 Linus Thörnblad 2 Göteborg 25.02.2007
    2.37 Sjöberg 1 Gent 08.02.1987
    2.37 Sjöberg 1 Madrid 12.02.1987
    2.37 Holm 1 Stockholm 12.02.2004
    2.37 Holm 1 Banská Bystrica 13.02.2007
    2.37 Holm 1 Malmö 24.02.2008
    2.36 Sjöberg 2 Berlin 24.02.1989
    2.36 Holm 1 Arnstadt 08.02.2003
    2.36 Holm 1 Arnstadt 07.02.2004
    2.36 Holm 1 Valencia 08.03.2008
    2.36 Thörnblad 1 Banská Bystrica 11.02.2009

    Sjöberg 11
    Holm 8
    Thörnblad 2

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  • BCBaroo
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    Originally posted by Dietmar239
    Wow.

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