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  • gh
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    Originally posted by unclezadok
    I was surprised that the AJR is only 14-3.
    me too..... and I was surprised that it doesn't even make the all-time world Junior top 10:

    4.50 14-9 Valeriya Volik (Rus) 6/04/08
    4.48i 14-8¼ Silke Spiegelburg (Ger) 8/25/05
    4.47i 14-8 Yelena Isinbayeva (Rus) 2/10/01
    4.46i 14-7½ Yingning Zhang (Chn) 3/15/07
    4.45i 14-7¼ Yingying Zhao (Chn) 2/24/05
    4.42 14-6 Yvonne Buschbaum (Ger) 6/26/99
    4.41 14-5½ Floé Kühnert (Ger) 6/15/02
    4.40 14-5¼ Vicky Parnov (Aus) 6/30/07
    Yang Zhou (Chn) 11/02/07
    Yekaterina Kolesova (Rus) 6/17/08

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  • unclezadok
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    I was surprised that the AJR is only 14-3.

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  • EPelle
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    From SI:

    The wind, which gusted up to 30 mph, helped Nebraska sophomore Natalie Willer break the meet record in the university-college pole vault. Willer set an outdoor collegiate best for this year with a winning jump of 14 feet, 3 1/2 inches, shattering the mark of 13-5 3/4 set by Missouri's Jennifer Bennett in 2003.

    Willer beat out favorite Kylie Hutson of Indiana State, the NCAA indoor champion.

    "We had a great wind today. We always had a tailwind while we were jumping," Willer said.

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  • tc
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    From Drake: Willer had quite a tailwind on her vault(s). Aiding winds were gusting up to 5+ mps during the event. And all running events finished into strong homestretch winds; some impressive running, indeed.

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  • BCBaroo
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    Cool!
    And thanks for the result header!


    8-)

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  • gh
    started a topic Another AJR for Natalie Willer

    Another AJR for Natalie Willer

    Nebraska soph (yes, soph, but still a Junior) set AJR of 14-3¼ (4.35) at Arkansas last week; now 14-3½ (4.36) at Drake today. Short story now on front page.
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