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  • donley2
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    Closest thing I think of for precedent from last year (Breaux Greer) is that no matter what the rules state athletes with an A in an event where we only have an A or an A+B can appeal to be on the team. I would think this could potentially apply to Fam or possibly even Webb. If we get really flexible I suppose anyone who gets an A could appeal for a spot on the team in any event we have less than three entrants.

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  • Alan Shank
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    "5000: ( A = 13:20.00, B = 13:29.00 ) Tegenkamp has a B, and Solinsky has an A. Jager has a B, but Famiglietti has an A.
    Women:
    800: ( A = 2:00.00, B = 2:01.30 ) Clark has an A, and Gall and Wright have B's."

    Maggie Vessey also has a B (2:00.18 at Pre). It's not clear to me whether, if she achieves an A standard and neither Gall nor Wright does, Vessey would be able to compete in Berlin. She would clearly qualify as an alternate, but under what conditions does an alternate then get to "travel with the team and compete".

    As for Famiglietti, since he was not in the top four, I don't think he can be entered at all. Right?
    Cheers,
    Alan Shank
    Woodland, CA

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  • Marlow
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    Originally posted by mcgato
    [a buncha good info]
    Thanks!

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  • mcgato
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    Originally posted by donley2
    I think there are issues in the mens Triple Jump as well.
    Correct. I mistakenly used a wind aided mark for a B qualifier.

    Men's TJ: ( A = 17.10, B = 16.65 ) Roulhac and Davis have A's, but Jenkins does not have a B. Kenta Bell does have a B.

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  • donley2
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    I think there are issues in the mens Triple Jump as well.

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  • mcgato
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    From what I can tell, the first three have either three A's or two A's and a B for all events except the following:
    Men:
    1500: ( A = 3:36.20, B = 3:39.20 ) Lomong has a B, and Manzano has an A. Ulrey has neither, but Miller and Lukezic have B's for what it's worth.
    5000: ( A = 13:20.00, B = 13:29.00 ) Tegenkamp has a B, and Solinsky has an A. Jager has a B, but Famiglietti has an A.
    LJ: ( A = 8.15, B = 8.05 ) Phillips and Johnson have A's, but I don't even see a B for Kitchens. Pate does have an A.
    HT: ( A = 77.50, B = 74.30 ) Kruger has an A and Freeman and Mai have B's.

    Women:
    800: ( A = 2:00.00, B = 2:01.30 ) Clark has an A, and Gall and Wright have B's.
    5000: ( A = 15:10.00, B = 15:25.00 ) Goucher and Rhines have A's, but Bizzarri does not have a B. Sara Slattery does have a B.
    TJ: ( A = 14.20, B = 14.00 ) Welsh has a B, but McLain and Smith do not. Shani Marks has an A.
    JT: ( A = 61.00, B = 59.00 ) Patterson has an A, and Jurkovich and Kreiner have B's.

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  • Jack Slocombe
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    Meets over, who cares?

    Are you the new hall monitor?

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  • jules
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    Re: Who's On First?

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  • guru
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    Re: Who's On First?

    Originally posted by Marlow
    I also heard a commentator say that Mark-Chasing is back in this year . . . T/F?
    Indeed. Those lacking standards have until July 31 to get them.

    Complete qualification info -

    http://tinyurl.com/nqxxod

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  • Marlow
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    Who's On First?

    I have completely lost track of who finished where with which qualifier, so who can sort this all out and make a list of who is on the team? I also heard a commentator say that Mark-Chasing is back in this year . . . T/F?
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