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  • Bruce Kritzler
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    Florida looks good with Demps, McQuay, Horn looking like potential winners. Also finalists in HH and 800. Arkansas also looks very good.

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  • Throwers Podcast
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    Impressive Men's Shot results. And a huge day for Arizona State with alum Whiting winning World Indoors and Clarke winning here - both with very big personal records.

    1 Jordan Clarke JR - Arizona State 1 20.86m 68-5 ¼
    2 Jacob Thormaehlen SR - Texas 1 20.50m 67-3 ¼
    3 Kemal Mesic SR - Florida 2 20.44m 67-0 ¾
    4 Stephen Saenz SO - Auburn 1 20.08m 65-10 ½
    5 Ryan Crouser FR - Texas 2 19.94m 65-5

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  • gh
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    note: Nampa is at 764m

    if you will, an (a) site.

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  • DoubleRBar
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    Yes, FlashResults are great.

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  • gh
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    as always FlashResults doing a stunning job of providing complete splits on the races.

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  • unclezadok
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    In the Tour de France they might say that Beach is the leader on the road. But...there could be a 5-way tie at 6050 points.
    Horn is so well-balanced you hardly notice him. Who was the most well-balanced American decathlete (of the first rank)? Jenner?

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  • gh
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    NCAA Indoor Champs Men, Day 1

    First day of heptathlon in the books:

    Horn 3357
    Felix 3344
    Cato 3333
    Holman 3311
    Lazas 3305
    Nixon 3299 (he was at 3460 when he set AJR earlier in the year)
    Barrefors 3268
    Beach 3250 (with 3 PRs)
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