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  • Santo Domingo results caveat

    The results are very unofficial. I've received word from the meet promoter by way of USATF that McKelvy's 12.51 is NOT correct. Somehow her PR (12.51) made its way into the results.

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    Re: Santo Domingo results caveat

    >The results are very unofficial. I've received word from the meet promoter by
    >way of USATF that McKelvy's 12.51 is NOT correct. Somehow her PR (12.51) made
    >its way into the results.



    For some reason they released the athletes' PBs as the official results! The real results are:

    Men's 110mH
    Ron Bramlett - 13.61
    Ryan Wilson - 13.84
    Carlos Jorge - 14.40

    Women's 100mH
    Miesha McKelvy - 12.90
    Vonette Dixon - 13.00
    Natasha Danvers - 13.46

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    • #3
      Re: Santo Domingo results caveat

      Well the women's LJ was really stinky:

      Long Jump
      1, Susette Lee, Jamaica, 12-10.
      2, Colleen Scott, Jamaica, 12-6.
      3, Maria Spencer, Dominican Republic, 10-6.

      My middle school girls jump farther ;-)

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      • #4
        Re: Santo Domingo results caveat

        >Well the women's LJ was really stinky:

        Long Jump
        1, Susette Lee, Jamaica,
        >12-10.
        2, Colleen Scott, Jamaica, 12-6.
        3, Maria Spencer, Dominican
        >Republic, 10-6.

        My middle school girls jump farther ;-)





        Lol. Needless to say, those results are incorrect, too. It was a TJ not a LJ event. The real results are:

        Suzette Lee - 13.91m
        Colleen Scott - 13.83m
        Maria Spencer - 13.20m

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        • #5
          Re: Santo Domingo results caveat

          wow, those are fantasic LJ results. a new wr by over 6 meters.

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          • #6
            Re: Santo Domingo results caveat

            The incorrect reporting of the results is a testimony of how POORLY this meet was run. I actually attended this meet and they could'nt even get the meet to start on time! I pray that it was because it was the first year they hosted this meet. I hope things work out better next year!

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            • #7
              Re: Santo Domingo results caveat

              >Well the women's LJ was really stinky:

              Long Jump
              1, Susette Lee, Jamaica,
              >12-10.
              2, Colleen Scott, Jamaica, 12-6.
              3, Maria Spencer, Dominican
              >Republic, 10-6.>>>>

              Perhaps it was a SLJ competition?

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              • #8
                Re: Santo Domingo results caveat

                Jon, do you know if Powell's 20.10 is correct?

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                • #9
                  Re: Santo Domingo results caveat

                  >Jon, do you know if Powell's 20.10 is correct?


                  I believe so. The error they made in the hurdles was to list the athletes' PBs and release them as the official results. Asafa's PB was 20.3-ish before (and Julian Golding's is faster than 20.41), so I don't think they've made a mistake with these results. However, I'm not going to hold my breath.... I'm going to wait for these results to appear on IAAF/Tilastopaja.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Santo Domingo results caveat

                    As of now, Mirko has entered some, but not all, of the Santo Domingo results. Suziann Reid's performance is in the data base. No result is yet shown for Powell. I'm not sure why this is so.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Santo Domingo results caveat

                      No one has brought up Felix Sanchez's poor 400m. When was the last time he ran 46+ and came fourth? I understood he was in great shape, saw him run an 800m PB a few weeks ago and he looked strong. Also at Penn he died a bit in the last 50m but I put that down to him blasting the first 200m to catch Washington. Is he injured or just in a heavy training cycle?

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                      • #12
                        Re: Santo Domingo results caveat

                        The IAAF has recognized Powell's run (-1.7 wind) in their lists. Golding's time was surprising but third and fourth places aren't:

                        1. Asafa Powell, 20.10
                        2. Julian Golding, 20.41
                        3. Aaron Armstrong, 20.52
                        4. Coby Miller, 20.74

                        Jamaica is 1-2 in the 200!

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