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  • #31
    Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

    Is Ashton Eaton competing before the WIC this winter?

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    • #32
      Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

      Tymi?ska NM in LJ today in Bydgoszcz :? The one jump I saw on tv didn't look that good, either.
      Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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      • #33
        Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

        Originally posted by Dave
        Is Ashton Eaton competing before the WIC this winter?
        Eaton(s) will be at the Milrose Games in a few weeks...
        http://www.nyrrmillrosegames.org/fields/#the-eatons

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        • #34
          Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

          Originally posted by gktrack
          Originally posted by Dave
          Is Ashton Eaton competing before the WIC this winter?
          Eaton(s) will be at the Milrose Games in a few weeks...
          http://www.nyrrmillrosegames.org/fields/#the-eatons
          I thought he was going to be focusing on the 400mH this year.

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          • #35
            Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

            Originally posted by olorin
            Given Lasaz slow start of the season I think that Cato is the favorite for the NCAA title and should score 62xx.
            If only he could throw...
            Lazas is competing in Fayetteville in the Heptathlon.
            After the first day he leads with 3277 (7.09-7,25-14.63-1.98)
            He is a wonderful Pole Vaulter so he can push his score to ~6000. Still he will need to improve a lot in order to defend his title against Cato.

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            • #36
              Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

              Gunner Nixon is competing in Boise Idaho and show mix fortunes. In the first three events he was roughly on the same pace as his Albuquerque results (6232) with 6.96 (6.86), 7.49 (7.42) and 14.31 (14.27). Then he had a mini disaster in his best event and jumped only 2.02 (2.14) and probably lost his chance for 6100+ results.

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              • #37
                Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

                Thanks a lot to all guys here, posting results to keep us all updated!
                Btw:
                Kasyanov high jump 2.08 and
                Shukurenko shot put 14.40 are personal bests.

                Jumps:
                Japeth Cato with (7.85/2.19/5.33 = 3017pts) now #8 alltime best athlete regarding the PBs of the combined decathlon jumps.
                1 Dan O'Brien 8,08/2,20/5,25= 3061
                2 Erki Nool 8,10/2,05/5,60= 3036
                3 Ashton Eaton 8,23/2,11/5,30= 3030
                4 Robert Zmelik 8,09/2,11/5,40= 3025
                5 Tom Pappas 7,96/2,21/5,20= 3024
                6 Andreij Krauchanka 7,90/2,19/5,30= 3021
                7 Jagan Hames 7,83/2,30/5,00= 3018
                8 Japeth Cato 7,85/2,19/5,33= 3017

                Dan O'Brien still leads the list (when counting in his wind aided long jump of 8.11 (+2.3) a wind that is within the allowed limit for a decathlon (up to +4.0) it summs up to 3069 points)

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                • #38
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                  Results from the german indoor champs: http://www.hlv.de/ERGEBNISSE/2014/DMHMK/140201MK.asp
                  Kai Kazmirek with three PBs on day one, but only in third place because Maathias Prey is also having a good day (16.26m SP), but surprisingly Rene Stauß took the lead with a 2.18m HJ.

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                  • #39
                    Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

                    Lazas 5923 US leading and third this year (until the end of the German indoor). Only 5.15 in the PV. Nixon quit after four events, hope this is a strategic move and not an injury.

                    Edit: Nixon posted that he will compete next week so probably a strategic move to quit after realizing that he lost his chance for a big score.

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                    • #40
                      Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

                      Deanna Latham (Wisconsin) added 50 points to her PR, 4117 now. She did it with a poor SP (10.92) 5 feet (1.6m) short of her PR 12.56cm, so she could hit 4250 just be getting a PR there (one meet shows a 12.97 during a multi, but it might be a typo).

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                      • #41
                        Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

                        Originally posted by norunner
                        Results from the german indoor champs: http://www.hlv.de/ERGEBNISSE/2014/DMHMK/140201MK.asp
                        Kai Kazmirek with three PBs on day one, but only in third place because Maathias Prey is also having a good day (16.26m SP), but surprisingly Rene Stauß took the lead with a 2.18m HJ.
                        Results after four events:
                        Rene Staub 3393
                        Kai Kazmirek 3352
                        Prey Mathias 3273
                        Kazmirek has by far a better second day than both Staub and Mathiasas. He is much better pole vaulter and hurdler (on paper his advantage in the PV is more than half a meter or ~160 points). He should score more than 6100 points while the other two are unlikely to score above 6,000. If Mayer and Sintnicolaas (both ~6300 points) will challenge for a spot in Sopot then he will need to bit the American challenge (Nixon, Horn, Beach and company) in order to capture the third place.

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                        • #42
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                          6083 pts for Kazmirek

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                          • #43
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                            Kira Biesenbach won the women's pentathlon. Going into the 800m she was third behind Alina Biesenbach who was surprisingly in the lead, and 'former' hurdler Cindy Roleder.

                            K Biesenback 4230
                            A Biesenbach 4226
                            C Roleder 4187

                            Roleder's score was a PB. Her marks:

                            60mh - 8.17
                            HJ - 1.60
                            SP - 11.49
                            LJ - 6.32
                            800 - 2:22.96

                            If she could sort out her HJ she would have won

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                            • #44
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                              Gab, are they sisters?

                              BTW, Melnychenko only managed 6.19 (6.19 and 3 fouls, only 4 attempts for all) at the Russian winter meeting.

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                              • #45
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                                2012 Oly LJ bronze medalist Janay DeLoach Soukup attempted a pentathlon today in Nebraska...
                                http://www.huskers.com/fls/100/track...FSHI/index.htm

                                Opened with a fine 8.03 60H, but struggled with a 1.57 / 5-2 HJ (her PR is 1.73 / 5-8). Came back with a respectable PR in the SP (13.44 / 44-1) and LJ'ed 6.23 / 20-5 and DNF the 800. I see she's done a pentathlon before, but no outdoor heptathlon.

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