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  • #16
    After 3 events:

    1 Lars Rise (Missouri) 2614
    2 Ashton Eaton (Oregon) 2607
    3 Trinity Otto (Texas A&M) 2560

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    • #17
      it depends which hemisphere you're in just like water rotating down the sink, hot air can be clockwise or counter clockwise..

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      • #18
        Do they adjust the points for wind aided marks???

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        • #19
          Hot Air Rising.

          Perhaps the know-it-all updraft is an aid to jumpers and vaulters; thus it should be measured, perhaps by the total number of posts on the TFN and Let's Run Websites of those in the stands.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by proofs in the pudd'in
            Do they adjust the points for wind aided marks???
            No, you just end up with a wind-aided decathlon score.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by polevaultpower
              Originally posted by proofs in the pudd'in
              Do they adjust the points for wind aided marks???
              No, you just end up with a wind-aided decathlon score.
              That seems a bit unfair - how does that effect marks like WR or NR ect. ?

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              • #22
                Originally posted by polevaultpower
                Originally posted by proofs in the pudd'in
                Do they adjust the points for wind aided marks???
                No, you just end up with a wind-aided decathlon score.
                Yes, but the rules on wind-aided are now more complex. I think that they require an average across the wind-legal/illegal ('affected' is not quite correct because it affects the PV and 400, etc) events (e.g., 100, 110h, LJ) to be under the 2.0+ level for wind-legal status.

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                • #23
                  Tends to balance out. High winds on your back in the 100 translates to hard to find the board in the LJ and get your steps right in the HJ.

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                  • #24
                    Shot

                    Code:
                    Finals                                                                           
                      1 Lars Rise                 SO Missouri                15.94m   52-03.75    848
                          15.81m  15.94m  15.65m                                                     
                      2 Daniel Kinsey             JR Akron                   15.01m   49-03.00    790
                          15.01m  FOUL  FOUL                                                         
                      3 Skyler Reising            SR Nebraska                14.93m   48-11.75    785
                          14.93m  14.55m  FOUL                                                       
                      4 R.J. McGinnis             JR Minnesota               14.54m   47-08.50    761
                          14.18m  14.00m  14.54m                                                     
                      5 Philip Adam               SO Rice                    14.32m   46-11.75    748
                          14.32m  14.15m  14.04m                                                     
                      6 Patrick Woods             SR Ohio State              14.02m   46-00.00    730
                          FOUL  13.15m  14.02m                                                       
                      6 Moritz Cleve              SO Kansas State            14.02m   46-00.00    730
                          13.69m  13.88m  14.02m                                                     
                      8 Daniel Keller             SR North Carolina          13.99m   45-10.75    728
                          13.99m  13.77m  FOUL                                                       
                      9 Trinity Otto              JR Texas A&M               13.93m   45-08.50    724
                          13.31m  12.36m  13.93m                                                     
                     10 Bjorn Barrefors           FR Nebraska                13.70m   44-11.50    710
                          12.86m  12.94m  13.70m                                                     
                     11 Mateo Sossah              SO North Carolina          13.63m   44-08.75    706
                          12.51m  13.63m  FOUL                                                       
                     12 Dan Newell                SR Liberty                 13.23m   43-05.00    681
                          12.67m  13.23m  13.22m                                                     
                     13 Kevin Dwyer               SR Miami-Ohio              13.15m   43-01.75    676
                          13.15m  12.77m  FOUL                                                       
                     14 Tyler Clarke              SR Duke                    13.10m   42-11.75    673
                          11.92m  13.10m  12.56m                                                     
                     15 Michael Ayers             SO Tennessee               12.82m   42-00.75    656
                          12.48m  FOUL  12.82m                                                       
                     16 Justin Schneider          SO Notre Dame              12.60m   41-04.25    643
                          12.14m  12.60m  12.44m                                                     
                     17 Ashton Eaton              JR Oregon                  12.57m   41-03.00    641
                          11.44m  12.32m  12.57m                                                     
                     18 Meelis Kosk               SO Brigham Young           12.35m   40-06.25    628
                          11.91m  12.35m  PASS                                                       
                     19 Marshall Ackley           JR Oregon                  12.28m   40-03.50    623
                          11.57m  12.28m  12.21m                                                     
                     20 Gray Horn                 FR Florida                 12.21m   40-00.75    619
                          12.21m  FOUL  FOUL                                                         
                     21 Mat Clark                 SR Northern Iowa           12.17m   39-11.25    617
                          11.65m  12.13m  12.17m                                                     
                     22 Cory Roberts              JR SE Louisiana            11.89m   39-00.25    600
                          11.89m  11.64m  11.57m                                                     
                     23 Nathan Capps              SR Idaho State             11.53m   37-10.00    578
                          FOUL  11.53m  11.21m

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                    • #25
                      Is anyone watching the live feed - they keep switching the camera view to the shot put even though they are only practicing and in doing so keep missing the DEC. HJ. Idiots.

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                      • #26
                        Eaton 60 pts up over his P-10 total after 3 events. Ayers for TN is having a huge day so far. 250 up and having a big HJ for him.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by proofs in the pudd'in
                          Is anyone watching the live feed - they keep switching the camera view to the shot put even though they are only practicing and in doing so keep missing the DEC. HJ. Idiots.
                          Are you having problems w/ it constantly stopping and loading/buffering? If not, any clues as to what I can do?

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                          • #28
                            No problems here - but it sure aint the NCAA camera championships.

                            You might want to restart it. But usually that does not work. Might be service provider???

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Tvarish
                              Eaton 60 pts up over his P-10 total after 3 events. Ayers for TN is having a huge day so far. 250 up and having a big HJ for him.
                              I thought Ayers was doing well, although I couldn't quite remember his past marks. He's probably the 2d best USA prospect in the field after Eaton, although Eaton may have graduated from the prospect category.

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                              • #30
                                McGinnis PRs at 2.05

                                It's him and Sossah left at 2.08

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