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  • Multistars Combined Events Meeting - May 9th/10th

    The first combined events meet of the IAAF Combined Events Challenge gets underway today in Italy. A couple of good names in the start lists, including the return of Jessica Ennis after her Olympic year was disrupted by injury:

    Men
    Bourguignon Rudy FRA 79 7.749 8.025 (2005)
    2 El Fassi Nadir FRA 83 8.123w 7.955 (2006)
    4 Anty Alexandre FRA 82 7.382 7.483w (2006)
    5 Awde Daniel GBR 88 7.751 7.751 (2008)
    6 Hazell Ben GBR 84 7.545 7.602 (2007)
    7 Sempers Kevin GBR 85 7.517 7.517 (2008)
    8 Reeks Richard GBR 85 7.304 7.304 (2008)
    9 Casean Franco ITA 86 7.211 7.211 (2008)
    10 Lanthaler Lukas ITA 84 7.256 7.256 (2008)
    11 Gallizio Thomas ITA 86 7.040 7.040 (2008)
    12 Schwarzl Roland AUT 80 7.813 8.102 (2004)
    13 Arnold Jake USA 84 8.191 8.215 (2007)
    14 Chisam Matt USA 82 7.696 7.696 (2008)
    15 Albert Lars GER 82 7.933 7.933 (2008)
    16 Hommel Stefan GER 84 7.540 7.746 (2006)
    18 McCarthy Kyle AUS 82 7.404 7.404 (2008)
    19 Da Silva Ivan BRA 82 7.783 7.825 (2007)
    20 Shubianok Mikalai BLR 85 7.906 8.028 (2007)
    21 Saad Ahmed Mohamed EGY 85 7.301 7.301 (2008)
    22 Thierry Guillaume MRI 86 7.167 7.283 (2007)
    23 Kame Aliaksandr MAD 84 7.082 7.082 (2008)
    24 Katonon Silas Cheruyot KEN 88 6.720
    26 Artikov Rifat UZB 83 7.968 7.968 (2008)
    27 Sajkok Stanislav CZE 83 7.683 7.683 (2008)
    28 Baar Pavel CZE 84 7.526 7.526 (2008)
    29 Coertzen Willem RSA 82 7.721 7.721 (2008)
    31 Turi Indrek EST 81 7.312 8.122 (2003)


    Women

    1 Collonville Marie FRA 73 6.302 6.350 (1997)
    2 Ennis Jessica GBR 86 - 6.469 (2007)
    4 Agbo Phyllis GBR 85 5.805 5.805 (2008)
    5 Clements Grace GBR 84 5.698 5.698 (2008)
    6 Simpson Margaret GHA 81 - 6.423 (2005)
    7 Melnychenko Hanna UKR 83 6.306 6.306 (2008)
    8 Ilkevich Iryna UKR 87 5.357 5.952 (2006)
    9 Wisse Yvonne NED 82 6.098 6.098 (2008)
    10 Fransen Remona NED 85 5.285 5.285 (2008)
    11 Coltman Susan CAN 81 5.889w 5.797 (2008)
    12 Singha Roy Sushmita IND 84 6.027 6.027 (2008)
    13 Da Silva Lucimara BRA 85 6.076 6.076 (2008)
    14 Spinola Vanessa BRA 90 5.467 5.467 (2008)
    16 Koresova Jana CZE 81 5.855 5.855 (2008)
    18 Klucinova Eliska CZE 88 5.728 5.728 (2008)
    19 Tarasova Yuliya UZB 86 5.803 5.803 (2008)
    20 Reszka Malgorzata POL 89 5.444 5.444 (2008)
    21 Slanickova Lucie SVK 88 5.222 5.222 (2008)
    22 Doveri Francesca ITA 82 5.885 5.885 (2008)
    23 Trevisan Elisa ITA 80 5.646 5.844 (2006)
    24 Ricali Cecilia ITA 85 - 5.727 (2006)
    25 Bettini Elisa ITA 82 5.566 5.566 (2008)
    26 Rendina Laura ITA 83 5.426 5.426 (2008)
    27 Tani Sara ITA 83 5.398 5.398 (2008)
    28 Capponcelli Serena ITA 89 5.302 5.302 (2008)
    29 Massaccisi Jennifer ITA 88 5.099 5.099 (2008)
    30 Muller Claudine SUI 80 5.727 5.727 (2008)
    31 Straubhaar Franziska SUI 81 5.299 5.651 (2007)
    32 Goncharova Marina RUS 86 6.319 6.319 (2008)
    33 Sergeyeva Nadezhda RUS 87 5.721 5.786 (2005)
    34 TYminska Karolina POL 84 6.428 6.428 (2008)
    35 Druzd Elzbieta POL 85 5.310 5.310 (2008)

    Website: http://www.multistars.org/

  • #2
    Ennis starts with a 12.98 100m hurdles performance :shock:

    Wind speed - +0.7.
    http://twitter.com/Trackside2011

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    • #3
      jess has jumped 1.90 in the HJ as well... great start!

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      • #4
        She set a PB in the shot-put last week so fingers crossed for a good performance in the next event.

        The long jump could be a bit iffy tomorrow because she had to change take-off legs but let's wait and see.
        http://twitter.com/Trackside2011

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        • #5
          13.19m in the shot - solid, albeit unspectacular.

          However, she still leads by more than 200-pts.
          http://twitter.com/Trackside2011

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          • #6
            Still going well 13.19 so only 40cm behind her PB wohoo... hoping she will run sub 23.5 in the 200m and end off a great first day!! defo back...

            i agree LJ could be the let down i hope she can jump around 6.20ish and i think she'll throw 40m in the javelin...

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            • #7
              13.19 in the shot, which is a bit down on her recent PB of 13.59. But fantastic first two events for her; can't wait to see her in Berlin.

              Edit: We're all obviously watching her results like hawks!

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              • #8
                Has she had to change her take off leg forever or just until her injury full heal/she feels confident?

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                • #9
                  The foot change seems permanent: http://www.spikesmag.com/news/jessicaen ... gs368.aspx

                  She ran 23.49 for 200m into a -0.5 wind, to finish the day with 4003 points.

                  Just as a completely useless piece of information, but if she were to jump exactly her PBs for the remaining three events, she'd end up with 6655. Obviously she won't, with getting used to jumping off her other foot in the LJ, etc, but there's a long season to perfect it.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Rineanna
                    13.19 in the shot, which is a bit down on her recent PB of 13.59. But fantastic first two events for her; can't wait to see her in Berlin.

                    Edit: We're all obviously watching her results like hawks!
                    Maybe on your side of the pond, you are. I think most Americans are doing something else.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by tandfman
                      Originally posted by Rineanna
                      13.19 in the shot, which is a bit down on her recent PB of 13.59. But fantastic first two events for her; can't wait to see her in Berlin.

                      Edit: We're all obviously watching her results like hawks!
                      Maybe on your side of the pond, you are. I think most Americans are doing something else.
                      Touché :lol:

                      If Ennis can avoid injury 'til Berlin, I think we're going to see an awesome Heptathlon duel between Fountain and Ennis. I'll have to wait until Gotzis to include Dobrynska, to see if she has recovered from a feeble indoor season. Chernova and Bogdanova may suprise also, but Fountain/Ennis are my favourites for the title thus far.

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                      • #12
                        Brilliant from Jess - this is the first time she has amassed 4000pts and more on the first day.

                        Hoping for a 6.20m LJ, 40m JT and a 2:10 800m tomorrow.
                        http://twitter.com/Trackside2011

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                        • #13
                          If the top Heptathletes are 100 % fit it seems to me that the WC2009 is going to be Fountain for Gold; Bogdanova for Silver; Olympic Champ for Bronze; after that anybody for 4th to 6th. Ennis for a probable top 6 place.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by scoe
                            If the top Heptathletes are 100 % fit it seems to me that the WC2009 is going to be Fountain for Gold; Bogdanova for Silver; Olympic Champ for Bronze; after that anybody for 4th to 6th. Ennis for a probable top 6 place.
                            I don't think Bogdanova plans to compete in Berlin. I quite like Anna but I think she is a little bit over-rated, bearing in mind her lifetime best is less than Jessica's, albeit by a few points.
                            http://twitter.com/Trackside2011

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                            • #15
                              why isnt anna planning to go to berlin???

                              also jess for 6th??? i think jess on form is a far better candidate than bogdanova she has higher pbs and more experience already....

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