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2009 Reebok GP: M-JT [Montague 252-0]

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  • 2009 Reebok GP: M-JT [Montague 252-0]

    13.00 EST - M-JT: WL - 90.71m Vadims Vasiļevskis (LAT)
    Entrants: Furey, Montague, Krammes, Smith, Gale, St. Clair, Kaehler

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    Finals                                                                    
      1 Adam Montague                United States           76.81m     252-00
          70.72m  69.59m  70.55m  72.58m  76.81m  73.59m                      
      2 Bobby Smith                  United States           71.53m     234-08
          68.95m  FOUL  71.07m  69.84m  71.53m  FOUL                          
      3 Joshua Kaehler               United States           70.59m     231-07
          70.11m  68.07m  67.33m  70.59m  69.42m  68.53m                      
      4 Barry Krammes                United States           69.77m     228-11
          FOUL  FOUL  63.88m  69.12m  69.77m  FOUL                            
      5 Justin St. Clair             United States           68.43m     224-06
          67.83m  67.05m  FOUL  68.43m  FOUL  FOUL                            
      6 Dan Gale                     United States           64.35m     211-01
          FOUL  64.35m  FOUL  FOUL  FOUL  FOUL

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    • #3
      What's up? Is it completely impossible to have accurate start lists? Where was Sean Furey.

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      • #4
        Furey DNS. Start-lists accurate.

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        • #5
          Question was partially rhetorical because I know the answer to the first part is no. What I always wonder in these cases is whether it really was a last minute decision not to start on the athletes part. Usually I never no one way or the other. Couple weeks ago Shakeema Welsch dns in the TJ. Turns out she was in Brazil. Clearly not a last minute decision.

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          • #6
            Good discus marks. Ho hum for the spear.

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            • #7
              Adam Montague is on the U of Florida roster, but didn't throw for the school this year. Sure they could have used his 250' at ncaa!

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