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  • #16
    Thanks for the updates. Very much appreciated.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by donley2
      Thanks for the updates. Very much appreciated.
      Ditto, we're in la la land out here. I wish USATF would have someone do this on their site. It takes them over an hour or two to get the finals posted. Us quasi pro gnosticators get really frustrated

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      • #18
        Round 4 -

        Erickson (in 8th) FOUL
        Brooks (in 7th) 59.97 moves to 4th
        Hytinen (in 7th) 57.02
        Madison (in 6th) FOUL
        Henderson (in 5th) 52.36
        Walz (in 3rd) 60.38
        Malone (in 2nd) 64.99 moves to 1st
        Rome (in 2nd) FOUL

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        • #19
          Round 5 -

          Erickson (in 8th) FOUL
          Brooks (in 4th) FOUL (intentional)
          Hytinen (in 7th) 58.42
          Madison (in 6th) FOUL
          Henderson (in 5th) 52.80
          Walz (in 3rd) 60.07 i think 197-1.25
          Malone (in 1st) 61.50
          Rome (in 2nd) 61.76

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          • #20
            Oops I was posting in the wrong thread ops:

            Round 6 -

            Erickson (in 8th) FOUL - finishes in 8th
            Hytinen (in 7th) 59.82 moves to 6th
            Madison (in 7th) FOUL - finishes in 7th
            Henderson (in 5th) FOUL - finishes in 5th
            Brooks (in 4th) 57.82 - finishes in 4th
            Walz (in 3rd) 61.79 - finishes in 3rd
            Rome (in 2nd) 63.48- finishes in 2nd
            Malone (in 1st) 62.36 - winner

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            • #21
              After seeing German F. acquit himself quite well in the 5k, it made me wish Mason Finley would've given a run at the senior guys in this DT comp.

              Earlier in the day Mason, in his 2nd-priority event, put the shot to #3 all-time on the Am. Jr. list (if I'm reading that correctly and the implement sizes haven't changed) only behind Mike Carter and the kid who finished 1st today, Clarke of ASU.

              With Mason's size (6'-9" and 350lb or something), I'm guessing his transition to the heavier implements will be easier for him than it will be/has been for his smaller counterparts.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by polevaultpower
                Oops I was posting in the wrong thread ops:

                Round 6 -

                Erickson (in 8th) FOUL - finishes in 8th
                Hytinen (in 7th) 59.82 moves to 6th
                Madison (in 7th) FOUL - finishes in 7th
                Henderson (in 5th) FOUL - finishes in 5th
                Brooks (in 4th) 57.82 - finishes in 4th
                Walz (in 3rd) 61.79 - finishes in 3rd
                Rome (in 2nd) 63.48- finishes in 2nd
                Malone (in 1st) 62.36 - winner

                THANK YOU, pvp!!


                BIG congrats to Rome, coming back after his huge disappointment in '08. Not seeing him make it to Beijing was one of my only regrets of the meet last summer.

                'Way to go, Tiny Boy (an old nickname at Boise State)!! You better get something to eat.

                :]

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Moura
                  My pick:

                  Waltz
                  Kuehl
                  Malone
                  The experience prevail, US DThrowers male usually not perform in majors ... it will be difficult to see any american in WC final.

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                  • #24
                    Haven't talked to any of the throwers, but the wind had to have been a super factor yesterday, what with half of the final 8 being guys from the first flite (and the flites seeded on marks).

                    Had to be far more more helpful (or less harmful) for the first flite than the second. Formchart blown all to hell.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by richxx87
                      After seeing German F. acquit himself quite well in the 5k, it made me wish Mason Finley would've given a run at the senior guys in this DT comp.

                      Earlier in the day Mason, in his 2nd-priority event, put the shot to #3 all-time on the Am. Jr. list (if I'm reading that correctly and the implement sizes haven't changed) only behind Mike Carter and the kid who finished 1st today, Clarke of ASU.

                      With Mason's size (6'-9" and 350lb or something), I'm guessing his transition to the heavier implements will be easier for him than it will be/has been for his smaller counterparts.
                      Sorry, you've got your UCLA goggles on again.

                      Here's the all-time U.S. Junior list, and it's hugely meaningless since they reduced the weight of the shot. The * people made their marks with a 16-pounder, and most history's best enver saw the new Junior shot, which only came into being in this decade.

                      21.05i* 69-¾ Terry Albritton (unat) 2/22/74
                      20.65* 67-9 Mike Carter (Tx HS) 7/04/79
                      Sean Shields (Az) 7/11/02
                      20.54 67-4¾ Shields 7/16/02
                      20.39i* 66-10¾ Albritton 2/22/74
                      20.20* 66-3¼ Randy Matson (TxAM) 10/17/64
                      20.13* 66-½ Jeff Chakouian (Ky) 5/19/01
                      19.99* 65-7¼ Karl Salb (Kansas) 9/10/68
                      19.95 65-5½ Garrett Johnson (FlSt) 7/18/03
                      19.79 64-11¼ Cory Martin (Aub) 6/26/04
                      Nick Robinson (unat) 6/03/07
                      19.75 64-9¾ Ryan Whiting (PaHS) 7/29/05

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                      • #26
                        The new junior shot is 13.2 lbs.

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