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  • ¶London DL2—mSP: Hoffa 70-4¼ (21.44)

    13 AUG 2010
    Start Time: 18:22 SAMSUNG Diamond League Event
    WORLD RECORD 23.12m Randy BARNES USA Westwood (USA) 20 MAY 1990
    AREA RECORD 23.06m Ulf TIMMERMANN GDR Chania (GRE) 22 MAY 1988
    WORLD LEAD 22.41m Christian CANTWELL USA Eugene (USA) 3 JUL 2010
    MEETING RECORD 22.43m Reese HOFFA USA 3 AUG 2007
    Order Name Nat Date of Birth PB SB Diamond 1 2 3 4 Result Rank
    Points
    Diamond
    Ranking
    1 NELSON Adam USA 7 JUL 1975 22.51 21.16 1 6
    2 WHITING Ryan USA 24 NOV 1986 21.97 21.97
    3 TAYLOR Daniel USA 12 MAY 1982 21.78 20.51
    4 MARTIN Cory USA 22 MAY 1985 22.10 22.10 1 6
    5 ARMSTRONG Dylan CAN 15 JAN 1981 21.58 21.58 6 2
    6 HOFFA Reese USA 8 OCT 1977 22.43 21.33 2 4
    7 MAJEWSKI Tomasz POL 30 AUG 1981 21.95 21.25 3 3
    8 CANTWELL Christian USA 30 SEP 1980 22.54 22.41 20 1

  • #2
    Re: London DL—mSP

    Cantwell already has DL overall clinched; can he stay undefeated and remain a top contender for AOY?

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    • #3
      Re: London DL—mSP

      Yes, he can.

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      • #4
        Re: London DL—mSP

        The meet site has the two events reversed; even though this is listed for today, it's the women's that was contested.

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        • #5
          Re: London DL2—mSP

          Rank Name Nat Date of Birth Result
          Diamond
          Points
          Diamond
          Ranking
          1 2 3 4
          1 HOFFA Reese USA 8 OCT 1977 20.71 20.91 21.34 21.44 21.44 SB 6 2
          2 MAJEWSKI Tomasz POL 30 AUG 1981 20.29 21.08 21.20 21.08 21.20 5 4
          3 CANTWELL Christian USA 30 SEP 1980 x 19.87 20.22 20.78 20.78 21 1
          4 TAYLOR Daniel USA 12 MAY 1982 x 20.28 20.68 x 20.68 SB
          5 NELSON Adam USA 7 JUL 1975 20.39 19.66 20.18 20.07 20.39 1 6
          6 ARMSTRONG Dylan CAN 15 JAN 1981 19.89 x 19.91 x 19.91 6 3
          7 MARTIN Cory USA 22 MAY 1985 x 19.81 19.82 x 19.82 1 6
          8 WHITING Ryan USA 24 NOV 1986 x 19.78 x 19.71 19.78

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          • #6
            Re: ¶London DL2—mSP: Hoffa 70-4¼ (21.44)

            There goes Cantwell's perfect season. Wonder if a wet circle was a problem? (athough it's not as if he ended up foul-plagued)

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            • #7
              Re: ¶London DL2—mSP: Hoffa 70-4¼ (21.44)

              What's up with Armstrong? He was over 21m every meet at the start of the year. Since he came back and did a few meets in Canada, he's been struggling.

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              • #8
                Re: ¶London DL2—mSP: Hoffa 70-4¼ (21.44)

                At the beginning of the year the Canadian and American dollars were at par; now the looney is only worth 95% :mrgreen:

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                • #9
                  Re: ¶London DL2—mSP: Hoffa 70-4¼ (21.44)

                  Originally posted by rainy.here
                  What's up with Armstrong? He was over 21m every meet at the start of the year. Since he came back and did a few meets in Canada, he's been struggling.
                  He caught a minor version of the Whiting disease (not the Wheating one; note how vastly different the post-college success of these two dominant collegians has been).

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                  • #10
                    Re: ¶London DL2—mSP: Hoffa 70-4¼ (21.44)

                    Two more rounds and I think Christian would have won it.

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                    • #11
                      Re: ¶London DL2—mSP: Hoffa 70-4¼ (21.44)

                      Originally posted by rainy.here
                      What's up with Armstrong? He was over 21m every meet at the start of the year. Since he came back and did a few meets in Canada, he's been struggling.

                      DH talked to Dylan in TO and he was back in a period of heavy training and was feeling sore and tired. Not sure if that is still the case.
                      I know the CWG are a big focus of his.

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