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  • ¶'07 WC mHJ: Yaroslav Rybakov (Russia) 7-7¼ (2.32)

    THE FORMCHART
    1. Igor Ukhov (Russia) .........................2.40......7-10½ (’09)
    2. Yaroslav Rybakov (Russia) .............2.38 .......7-9¾ (’05)
    3. Jaroslav Bába (Czech Republic) ....2.36 .......7-9¼ (’05)
    4. Andrey Tereshin (Russia) ................2.36 .......7-8¾ (’06)
    5. Andra Manson (USA) .......................2.35 .......7-8½ (’09)
    6. Raul Spank (Germany) ....................2.32 .......7-7¼ (’08)
    7. Linus Thörnblad (Sweden) ..............2.38 .......7-9¾ (’07)
    8. Kyriakos Ioannou (Cyprus) .............2.35 .......7-8½ (’07)
    9. Jessé de Lima (Brazil) .....................2.32 .......7-7¼ (’08)
    10. Yuriy Krymarenko (Ukraine) ..........2.34 .......7-8 (’07)

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    Re: 2009 WC: mHJ

    Originally posted by bhall
    THE FORMCHART
    1. Igor Ukhov (Russia) .........................2.40......7-10½ (’09)
    2. Yaroslav Rybakov (Russia) .............2.38 .......7-9¾ (’05)
    3. Jaroslav Bába (Czech Republic) ....2.36 .......7-9¼ (’05)
    4. Andrey Tereshin (Russia) ................2.36 .......7-8¾ (’06)
    5. Andra Manson (USA) .......................2.35 .......7-8½ (’09)
    6. Raul Spank (Germany) ....................2.32 .......7-7¼ (’08)
    7. Linus Thörnblad (Sweden) ..............2.38 .......7-9¾ (’07)
    8. Kyriakos Ioannou (Cyprus) .............2.35 .......7-8½ (’07)
    9. Jessé de Lima (Brazil) .....................2.32 .......7-7¼ (’08)
    10. Yuriy Krymarenko (Ukraine) ..........2.34 .......7-8 (’07)
    Nice!! Igor Paklin's technique and Ivan Ukhov's moxie have evidently collided in the juggernaut of a high jumper named Igor Ukhov (#1 on form chart)!! Ha, that's funny dude.
    If you're ever walking down the beach and you see a girl dressed in a bikini made out of seashells, and you pick her up and hold her to your ear, you can hear her scream.

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    • #3
      If there is any justice in this World (which probably there isn't...) Rybakov will finally get a World gold. He has way too many silvers already... Ivan can wait for his turn - maybe in a showdown with Silnov at next years' Europeans...
      Bruno
      Lisbon, Portugal

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      • #4
        I really want Ukhov to smash everyone, he is a cool cat. Rybakov always seems to be there or abouts, but again I don't think he'll do enough to grab top spot. Would be really cool if home-town hero Spank gets himself a medal.

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        • #5
          "Igor" is Russian for "Donovan"

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          • #6
            Hope Rybakov finally wins and sympa Baba medals!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by gh
              "Igor" is Russian for "Donovan"
              A most interesting etymological theory. Is the Polish "Tadeusz" also related?

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              • #8
                I think Baba is going to win. I would prefer Rybakov but he seems to be cursed (for whatever reason) and probably gets another silver. Bronze for someone totally random.

                My personal favourite would be Thornblad but he's gonna withdraw or go out in qualies

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Bruno
                  If there is any justice in this World (which probably there isn't...) Rybakov will finally get a World gold. He has way too many silvers already... Ivan can wait for his turn - maybe in a showdown with Silnov at next years' Europeans...
                  If Rybakov changes his last three to four strides leading up to his plant, he's a gold medalist. He consistently chops strides though, which negates most of the momentum he's built in the run up.
                  If you're ever walking down the beach and you see a girl dressed in a bikini made out of seashells, and you pick her up and hold her to your ear, you can hear her scream.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Dietmar239

                    If Rybakov changes his last three to four strides leading up to his plant, he's a gold medalist. He consistently chops strides though, which negates most of the momentum he's built in the run up.
                    Agreed. Somewhat like Slesarenko over the last couple of seasons.
                    I have to go with Ukhov. Don't think Baba can win. He's not where he was a couple of years ago. Thornblad will not be a factor. Hip pain and lack of competitions. I will definitely miss Williams.

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                    • #11
                      2'34 could do it. Baba is capable of that.

                      Russian winner though, most likely.

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                      • #12
                        When/where did Ukhov go 2.40? I'm fairly sure his PB is 2.35

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by richxx87
                          When/where did Ukhov go 2.40? I'm fairly sure his PB is 2.35
                          It appears he jumps better indoors than outdoors with clockwork regularity:

                          Progression - Outdoor
                          Season Performance Wind Place Date
                          High Jump

                          2009 2.35 Cheboksary 25/07/2009
                          2008 2.30 Kazan 19/07/2008
                          2007 2.20 Warszawa 17/06/2007
                          2006 2.33 Langen 25/06/2006
                          2005 2.30 Tula 13/07/2005
                          2005 2.30 Tula 04/07/2005
                          2004 2.10 Grosseto 13/07/2004

                          Progression - Indoor
                          Season Performance Wind Place Date
                          High Jump

                          2009 2.40 Pireás 25/02/2009
                          2008 2.36 Hustopece 19/01/2008
                          2007 2.39 Moskva 28/01/2007
                          2006 2.37 Arnstadt 04/02/2006
                          2005 2.29 Ekaterinburg 07/01/2005
                          2004 2.15 Minsk 28/02/2004

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                          • #14
                            Topic could be out of the final

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                            • #15
                              he allready is out with 3 xxx at 2,20.

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