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  • Euro Indoors: wPentathlon: Bogdanova wins

    Next gold medal to be decided. Bogdanova's been completely dominant over the 4 events so far. Here are the scores so far for the top 8

    1 1191 Bogdanova, Anna RUS 3962
    2 1152 Keizer, Jolanda NED 3802
    3 1064 Nana Djimou, Antoinette FRA 3778
    4 1147 Zemaityte, Viktorija LTU 3723
    5 1200 Kurban, Olga RUS 3654
    6 1097 Schulz, Christine GER 3616
    7 1168 Tyminska, Karolina POL 3587
    8 1163 Chudzik, Kamila POL 3540

    Bogdanova: 8.19 PB; 1.86m =PB; 14.83m PB; 6.39m so far.

  • #2
    Results from heat 1:

    1 1048 Kand, Kaie EST 2:11.80 (938 Pts.)
    2 1155 Wisse, Yvonne NED 2:12.80 (924 Pts.) SB
    3 1125 Doveri, Francesca ITA 2:15.62 (884 Pts.) PB
    4 1024 Rosolová, Denisa CZE 2:18.18 (848 Pts.) SB
    5 1092 Kesselschläger, Sonja GER 2:19.75 (827 Pts.)
    6 1163 Chudzik, Kamila POL 2:23.07 (782 Pts.)
    1080 Peinado, Maria ESP DNS

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    • #3
      Results from 2nd heat:

      1 1168 Tyminska, Karolina POL 2:10.69 (955 Pts.) SB
      2 1200 Kurban, Olga RUS 2:12.95 (922 Pts.)
      3 1097 Schulz, Christine GER 2:18.45 (845 Pts.) SB
      4 1152 Keizer, Jolanda NED 2:18.63 (842 Pts.) PB
      5 1064 Nana Djimou, Antoinette FRA 2:18.80 (840 Pts.) PB
      6 1191 Bogdanova, Anna RUS 2:21.84 (799 Pts.)
      7 1147 Zemaityte, Viktorija LTU 2:22.29 (793 Pts.) PB

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      • #4
        Final scores for the top 8:

        1 1191 Bogdanova, Anna RUS 4761
        2 1152 Keizer, Jolanda NED 4644 PB
        3 1064 Nana Djimou, Antoinette FRA 4618 PB
        4 1200 Kurban, Olga RUS 4576
        5 1168 Tyminska, Karolina POL 4542 SB
        6 1147 Zemaityte, Viktorija LTU 4516 PB
        7 1097 Schulz, Christine GER 4461
        8 1155 Wisse, Yvonne NED 4406

        Pretty much as expected although that's a great result for Jolanda Keizer of the Netherlands. I'd not heard much of her before.

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        • #5
          Not really the best competition standards wise, but fairly entertaining, without the likes of Sotherton, Kluft, Hellebaut, Ennis or Chernova it was always going to lack a bit of sparkle.

          No doubt Bogdanova will be up there to challenge for honours come the summer.

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          • #6
            Final 09:30 06.03.2009
            Rank Bib Athlete Nation Result
            1 1191 Bogdanova, Anna RUS 4761
            2 1152 Keizer, Jolanda NED 4644 PB
            3 1064 Nana Djimou, Antoinette FRA 4618 PB
            4 1200 Kurban, Olga RUS 4576
            5 1168 Tyminska, Karolina POL 4542 SB
            6 1147 Zemaityte, Viktorija LTU 4516 PB
            7 1097 Schulz, Christine GER 4461
            8 1155 Wisse, Yvonne NED 4406
            9 1125 Doveri, Francesca ITA 4384
            10 1024 Rosolová, Denisa CZE 4379 SB
            11 1163 Chudzik, Kamila POL 4322
            12 1092 Kesselschläger, Sonja GER 4321
            13 1048 Kand, Kaie EST 3650
            14 1139 Grabuste, Aiga LAT 2601
            1080 Peinado, Maria ESP DNF

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            • #7
              Bogdanova will medal in Berlin, when Fountain gets the Gold, health permitting

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              • #8
                Our spy in Torino says the bronze medalist's actual name is

                Antoinette-Nana Djimou-Ida

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by scoe
                  Bogdanova will medal in Berlin, when Fountain gets the Gold, health permitting
                  I'd like her to, I like her pony tail - it reminds me of Anke Behmer :P

                  If she wants to medal in Berlin she needs to sort that JT out. Her hurdles and jumps are great, she's a very good shot putter, she can run a decent 800 when at peak fitness....but she is too slow over 200m and is an awful javelin thrower. The pentathlon is made for her.

                  To set a good score you dont need to be extremely fast over 200m (see Shouua, Braun, Lewis and Barber) nor do you need to be a great javelin thrower (see Heike Drechsler) but you can't be bad at both! If Bogdanova can get up to the mid 40's (a big 'if'....but she does have access to Russian coaches so should do it ) and be at her best in other events, then she could be touching 6,700.

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