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  • tandfman
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    Originally posted by Powell
    Originally posted by tandfman
    Originally posted by Powell
    Originally posted by polevaultpower
    When was the last time Isi cleared a height and still lost a meet?
    20 Feb 2008
    Outdoors it was '04.
    Nope, 2006 DN Galan Stockholm
    Yes, you're absolutely right. Not sure whether it was a typo or a brain fart--I did know that. ops:

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  • gh
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    Absolutely no disrespect meant to Rogowska, who has been vaulting rather well of late, and obviously handled difficult conditions with aplomb here, but who would have imagined that Isi would lose to somebody with 3 misses at first two heights before she even entered the competition?!

    1. Rogowska (Pol) 15-4¼ (4.68) (14‑6¼ [3], 15-¼ [2], 15-4¼ [2], 15-8¼ [xxx]) (4.43 [3], 4.58 [2], 4.68 [2], 4.78 [xxx]);

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  • Powell
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    Originally posted by tandfman
    Originally posted by Powell
    Originally posted by polevaultpower
    When was the last time Isi cleared a height and still lost a meet?
    20 Feb 2008
    Outdoors it was '04.
    Nope, 2006 DN Galan Stockholm

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    After reading about SR happy to share the million with Isi, I got a funny feeling that Isi won't win all six GL.

    But, as Isi says, losing this one will make her more focused from now on.

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  • 30yrs-coaching
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    i agree that isi will get home and get what she needs to get her edge back.the way isi is jumping stuczynski was a definite threat. this could have been the one we have been waiting for.not someone beating her jumping4.60 but 4.90's.but stuczynski was not in london for the first time and from what i hear in a walking cast and has not even jogged since us nationals.she is clearly out but i am not clear of the cover-up.i think she had a sugical procedure on her achilles.they are even worried about indoor worlds.so i take isi but she will win by a small margin this time over pyrek murer or maybe spiegelburg

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  • Marlow
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    If Isi DOES jump 5m, THAT will be the surprise now. I'm not saying she can't or won't (she is, after all, still Isi), but something is major off this season (I still think it's as 'simple' as her runway speed), and she's not herself. She'll still win in Berlin, but only because she's that much better than everyone else.

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  • tandfman
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    Originally posted by Powell
    Originally posted by polevaultpower
    When was the last time Isi cleared a height and still lost a meet?
    20 Feb 2008
    Outdoors it was '04.

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  • gh
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    Official Results - Women - Pole Vault
    Pos Athlete Nat Mark Pts
    1 Anna Rogowska POL 4.68 20
    2 Elena Isinbaeva RUS 4.68 16
    3 Kristina Gadschiew GER 4.58 13
    3 Monika Pyrek POL 4.58 13
    5 Kate Dennison GBR 4.58 10
    6 Chelsea Johnson USA 4.43 8
    7 Lisa Ryzih GER 4.28 6
    8 Stacy Dragila USA 4.28 4
    9 Lacy Janson USA 4.28
    Anna Battke GER NM

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  • Powell
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    Originally posted by gh
    when was the last time she cleared a height and somebody else cleared a higher one?
    20 Feb 2008

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  • gh
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    when was the last time she cleared a height and somebody else cleared a higher one? (being remind of Brumel's 5-year--I think--streak in which nobody ever jumped higher than him in a meet) (why he remains No. 1 on my all-time list)

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  • Powell
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    Originally posted by Cooter Brown
    Results? I don't see them on the IAAF page?
    1 Rogowska 4.68
    2 Isinbayeva 4.68
    3 Gadschiew and Pyrek 4.58
    5 Dennison 4.58 NR

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  • Powell
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    Originally posted by polevaultpower
    When was the last time Isi cleared a height and still lost a meet?
    20 Feb 2008

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  • Cooter Brown
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    Results? I don't see them on the IAAF page?

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  • polevaultpower
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    When was the last time Isi cleared a height and still lost a meet?

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  • t_monk
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    Wow... Isenbeyava is beaten........

    WOWWW!!!!!!!!!!

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