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  • #16
    Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

    Tymi?ska ran the 60 meters in 7.55 yesterday in Spa?a.
    Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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    • #17
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      Sharon Day a PB of 15.51 in the SP (old PB 15.07). Additionally, 8.58 in the 60h (8.46) & 5.81 (5.95) in the LJ.
      Lindsay Vollmer - 1.81 (previous PB 1.75) and 8.45 (8.51) in the 60h.

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      • #18
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        I'm sure most are already aware of Nadine Broersen's WL in Sheffield, 4656. That mark would have ranked her 4th in the world in 2013 and we are only just starting the 2014 season.

        Her series:
        8.42, 1.90 :shock: 14.93, 5.83, 2:17.28

        A very solid hurdles, a fantastic HJ and a very impressive SP. As before, the LJ is her achilles heel and she really needs to improve this event if she wants any chance of taking on the big guns for gold outdoors (assuming Oeser, Chernova, Schwarzkopf are back to their best, although we've still lost Ennis, Dobrynska and Yosypenko so the number of experienced girls at the top is getting smaller)

        Netherlands took all 3 podium places in the women's event and all 3 women looked extremely powerful and muscular on the podium; it was almost like watching body builders.

        Schippers medal in Moscow and Broersens rise (and fall!) can only spur on the Dutch team to greater things.

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        • #19
          Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

          Originally posted by Gabriella
          I'm sure most are already aware of Nadine Broersen's WL in Sheffield, 4656. That mark would have ranked her 4th in the world in 2013 and we are only just starting the 2014 season.

          Her series:
          8.42, 1.90 :shock: 14.93, 5.83, 2:17.28

          A very solid hurdles, a fantastic HJ and a very impressive SP. As before, the LJ is her achilles heel and she really needs to improve this event if she wants any chance of taking on the big guns for gold outdoors (assuming Oeser, Chernova, Schwarzkopf are back to their best, although we've still lost Ennis, Dobrynska and Yosypenko so the number of experienced girls at the top is getting smaller)

          Netherlands took all 3 podium places in the women's event and all 3 women looked extremely powerful and muscular on the podium; it was almost like watching body builders.

          Schippers medal in Moscow and Broersens rise (and fall!) can only spur on the Dutch team to greater things.
          At this meet Broersen was experimenting using her other leg for LJ take-off, just to spread the load a bit between the legs.
          Will revert back to the other leg if results are unsatisfactory.

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          • #20
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            At the Ukrainian team championships in Zaporizhzhya, Melnychenko did not contest the heptathlon, not needing one to qualify for Sopot as 2nd on last year's world outdoor list, but did 8.20 60H (PB, 8.31 heat), 6.08 LJ (poor, 6 attempts), 14.19 SP (absolute PB, 5 attempts), DNS HJ

            M Hep: Kasyanov (her partner) 6104 (6.88 7.52 14.84 2.08 7.96 4.50 2:44.02), I guess that'll qualify him for Sopot

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            • #21
              Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

              Originally posted by andyjgt

              M Hep: Kasyanov (her partner) 6104 (6.88 7.52 14.84 2.08 7.96 4.50 2:44.02), I guess that'll qualify him for Sopot
              Doubt that 6104 will be enough.
              There are only three tickets according the results in 2014. Sintni, Mayer, few Americans and Mikhan all scored above 6104 in 2013. I believe that it will take more than 6200 to qualify to Sopot.

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              • #22
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                A couple of years ago, 6100 would have won Silver at WIC; will it really be insufficient to get through the door?

                I want to indicate my appreciation for multiple posters here that provide performance level and then provided context by citing PBs etc.

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                • #23
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                  Originally posted by Gabriella
                  Claudia Rath has been invited to the Wold Indoors (she has accepted) based on her 2013 outdoor score. She was 6th ranked outdoors last year, so a number of women have declined their invitation (Schippers for definite, presumably Chernova after her injury too)

                  Sopot Entry Standard
                  The winner of the 2013 Combined Events Challenge
                  The three best athletes from the 2013 Outdoor Lists (as at 31 December 2013), limited to a maximum of one per country
                  The three best athletes from the 2014 Indoor Lists (as at 17 February 2014)
                  One athlete which may be invited at the discretion of the IAAF

                  As an aside for you, nianchengyu, Sara Gambetta was interviewed last week and she was saying he she feels so much better now she's moved to the SP, both physically and mentally. She was struggling with keeping her weight down for the multievents, as well as with niggles and aches. She's hoping for 17m this season.
                  Good luck to Gambetta,she had 15.93m indoor pb recently,schippers ran 7.23s a few days ago,and since Rath has been invited,meaning that sharon day or Ms Eaton will be absent,too?

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                  • #24
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                    The Germans are typically not as good in the Heptathlon compared with the Decathlon as they are weak in the jumps (especially the HJ) and good in the DT and JT that are not part of the Heptathlon.

                    However, few good results suggests that they may have an outside chance for one of the three elusive places for Sopot.

                    Kai Kazmirek has probably the best chance to qualify for Sopot open the reason in fine form.
                    He broke his PB in the 60 7.05 (7.06) and the 60h 8.03 (8.07). He also set two indoor life best in the HJ and LJ (2.05 & 7.37) although both these marks are below his outdoor PBs. He is a very good in the PV (5.20) and a decent 1500 (4:34) so may score above 6100. If he will continue his fast progress of recent years than 6200 is not impossible.

                    Rico Freimuth set a PB in the 60h of 8.00 (8.02). He is relatively weak in the jumps so unlikely to challenge. Knobel also set a PB in the 60h (8.20) but again he is very weak in the jumps.

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                    • #25
                      Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

                      Originally posted by nianchengyu
                      Originally posted by Gabriella
                      Claudia Rath has been invited to the Wold Indoors (she has accepted) based on her 2013 outdoor score. She was 6th ranked outdoors last year, so a number of women have declined their invitation (Schippers for definite, presumably Chernova after her injury too)

                      Sopot Entry Standard
                      The winner of the 2013 Combined Events Challenge
                      The three best athletes from the 2013 Outdoor Lists (as at 31 December 2013), limited to a maximum of one per country
                      The three best athletes from the 2014 Indoor Lists (as at 17 February 2014)
                      One athlete which may be invited at the discretion of the IAAF
                      since Rath has been invited,meaning that sharon day or Ms Eaton will be absent,too?
                      MELNYCHENKO is the winner of the 2013 combined event challange so she doesn't count.
                      (so both Day and BTE are probably going).
                      Another question assuming that Schrader will not go - is the wind added result of Pascal BEHRENBRUCH count or will Mayer get the invetation?

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                      • #26
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                        John Lane, who trains in the same group as Jess Ennis with Toni Minichello, also set a UK heptathlon record of 5982 at the Sheffield multi-events meet at the weekend. I must say I've never heard of him before although he did post respectable decathlon PBs of 7712 and 7916 last August but they got somewhat obscured by the World Champs.
                        http://twitter.com/Trackside2011

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                        • #27
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                          Originally posted by olorin
                          Another question assuming that Schrader will not go - is the wind added result of Pascal BEHRENBRUCH count or will Mayer get the invetation?
                          Schrader won't be in Sobot and Behrenbruch's 8514 was actually not wind assisted since his total wind was less than 6.0m/s, so it would count as a qualification mark.

                          Edit: Just read on la.de that Behrenbruch received an invitation from the IAAF to compete in Sobot.

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                          • #28
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                            olorin - I assume you already saw this, but Gray Horn is off to a nice start this winter season, with a PR in the LJ at 7.70m/25-3.25 (previous PR was 7.60 outdoors / 7.34 indoors) and within 0.01 of a PR in the 60H at 7.94. I think he could surprise us with a 62xx heptathlon...

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                            • #29
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                              It looks like Behrenbruch is going to Sopot and is missing this weekends German Multievents Indoor champs to focus on it (as is Rath)

                              On the men's side Kai Kazmirek is probably the favourite, as olorin says, and he could be challenged by Mathias Prey.

                              On the women's side Kira Biesenbach starts, but she said has no expectations. Cindy Roleder also starts but she has had some health problems since her debut and is just treating the event as a learning experience.

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                              • #30
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                                So, it looks like Jennifer Oeser will not be completing a heptathlon until late in the season at the European Police Champinships in September, if at all. Her injury woes have continuned so she can only plan single starts and again not for a while.

                                Better news for Lilli Schwarzkopf, who is planning to start in Gotzis.

                                So, with a retired Dobrynska, a banned Yosypenko, an injured Oeser and a pregnant Ennis means we will only see Schwarzkopf, Chernova, and preseumably Skujyte from the 'old' elite/medalists compete this season. So it looks like we are now entering a new cycle as we did in 2008.

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