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  • #61
    Re: 2012OT wPV—Suhr healthy?

    So glad for Janson. Had a scary fall at Stanford where she was taken out on a stretcher. Seemed to curtail her progress.
    Now on the Olympic team!! That's persistence

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    • #62
      Re: ¶2012OT wPV—Jenn Suhr 15-1 (4.60)

      One thing I questioned at the time was Suhr deciding to pass at 4.50. To me, it seemed like a first height clearance there would've more than likely made the team based upon how the others were jumping. As it turned out, it would have earned a spot on the team. To wait so long after warmups to enter at 4.55 seemed to be a strategic mistake, It all worked out anyway, so I guess it doesn't matter.

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      • #63
        Re: ¶2012OT wPV—Jenn Suhr 15-1 (4.60)

        Originally posted by HopStepJump
        One thing I questioned at the time was Suhr deciding to pass at 4.50. To me, it seemed like a first height clearance there would've more than likely made the team based upon how the others were jumping. As it turned out, it would have earned a spot on the team. To wait so long after warmups to enter at 4.55 seemed to be a strategic mistake, It all worked out anyway, so I guess it doesn't matter.
        She didn't want to have to wait as long between attempts if she missed.

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        • #64
          Re: ¶2012OT wPV—Jenn Suhr 15-1 (4.60)

          Would have loved to see Jenn and Mary on the team together.

          Who can guess why?

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          • #65
            Re: ¶2012OT wPV—Jenn Suhr 15-1 (4.60)

            Originally posted by polevaultpower
            Originally posted by HopStepJump
            One thing I questioned at the time was Suhr deciding to pass at 4.50. To me, it seemed like a first height clearance there would've more than likely made the team based upon how the others were jumping. As it turned out, it would have earned a spot on the team. To wait so long after warmups to enter at 4.55 seemed to be a strategic mistake, It all worked out anyway, so I guess it doesn't matter.
            She didn't want to have to wait as long between attempts if she missed.
            Didn't think of that. Thanks.

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            • #66
              Re: ¶2012OT wPV—Jenn Suhr 15-1 (4.60)

              Originally posted by HopStepJump
              Originally posted by polevaultpower
              Originally posted by HopStepJump
              One thing I questioned at the time was Suhr deciding to pass at 4.50. To me, it seemed like a first height clearance there would've more than likely made the team based upon how the others were jumping. As it turned out, it would have earned a spot on the team. To wait so long after warmups to enter at 4.55 seemed to be a strategic mistake, It all worked out anyway, so I guess it doesn't matter.
              She didn't want to have to wait as long between attempts if she missed.
              Didn't think of that. Thanks.

              It was asked at the press conference.

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