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  • #46
    Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

    Curtis Beach went 1:01.50 to win a 500 at the Armory today. That is a pretty respectable 500m mark even on a fast 200 Banked track.

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    • #47
      Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

      For Wisconsin as a red shirt (unattached) competitor so far this year, Georgia Ellenwood (Langly BC, CA), 18th at 2012 WJr in the Hept (12 at WY 2011) has hit:

      60 Hurdles 8.91 1-25-14 [has an outdoor PR of 14.46 100h]
      High Jump 5-7 3/4 (1.72m) 1-25-14 [PR is 175/5-9]

      Her teammate, Deanne Latham, went a PR 8.33 in the 60h; she went 8.41 when she scored 4117 last weekend. Since she went 13.15w/13.3 last spring, I suspect she has more to come in the 60h.

      Finally, in what was his first LJ comp since injuring his achilles last April, Cato went 7.48/24-6.5 [PR is 7,85, so it was a solid but not spectacular mark for a first outing]. Zach Ziemek had a so-so LJ (~7m?)

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      • #48
        Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

        Originally posted by olorin
        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.
        Nixon is competing in Brimingham. After the first day he leads the competition with 3511 points (6.93-7.50-14.42-2.12). This is only 16 points behind his results in Albuquerque. He set two PBs in the 60h and the PV in Albuquerque so it will be hard for him to get to ~6,200 points. However, relatively modest marks of 8.05 (PB 7.93) - 4.50 (4.80) and 2:40 (2:39.08) will be enough for a WL mark and ensure his spot for Sopot.
        With only 10 days for the deadline still (as far as I know) no marks from both Mayer and Sintinicolaas so qualifying may be much easier than I thought.

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        • #49
          Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

          Ashton Eaton, Damian Warner, Andrei Krauchanka and Pascal Behrenbruch have confirmed for Sobot. Same for Claudia Rath, Hanna Melnychenko, Brianne Theisen-Eaton and Sharon Day.
          Kai Kazmirek, still second in this years world list, mentioned in an interview he would not accept an invitation for Sobot.

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          • #50
            Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

            I just saw a Twitter post informing that Trey Hardee won the Hept in Estonia today. No details.

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            • #51
              Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

              Katarina Johnson-Thompson just cleared an outright UK high jump record of 1.96m at the UK Indoor Champs. Can't wait to see what she does outdoors!
              http://twitter.com/Trackside2011

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              • #52
                Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

                Originally posted by tandfman
                I just saw a Twitter post informing that Trey Hardee won the Hept in Estonia today. No details.
                Hardee was leading after the vault but did not start the 1000m. Carlos Chinin won with 5951. Not as high a standard as we thought it would be.

                Am I right in thinking the US champs are after the deadline for combined events selection in Sopot? Who has the IAAF discretionary place?

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                • #53
                  Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

                  Link to estonian results:
                  http://sport.delfi.ee/news/kergejoustik ... d=67751731

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                  • #54
                    Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes-KJT 1.96m NR

                    Originally posted by Dave
                    Is Ashton Eaton competing before the WIC this winter?

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                    • #55
                      Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

                      3:56 - HIGH JUMP - Women - Final OFFICIAL RESULTS

                      1 Katarina JOHNSON THOMPSON LIVERPOOL 1.96 NR
                      2 Jayne NISBET EAC 1.87 PB
                      3 Isobel POOLEY AFD 1.87 SB
                      4 Bethan PARTRIDGE BIRCHFIELD 1.81
                      5 Poppy LAKE CHELMSFORD 1.81 PB
                      6 Hayley PITMAN B&W 1.81 PB
                      7 Trudy THOMPSON AUS 1.73
                      8 Jordanna MORRISH CORNWALL 1.73
                      9 Theodora SPATHIS GRE 1.73
                      Ayamba AKIM WOODFORD G NM

                      Details
                      1.69 1.73 1.77 1.81 1.84 1.87 1.90 1.92 1.96
                      NISBET - O O O XO XO XXX
                      PITMAN O O XXO XXO XXX
                      POOLEY - - O XO O XXO XXX
                      MORRISH O XO XXX
                      JOHNSON THOMPSON - - O O O O XO XO XXO
                      PARTRIDGE O O O XO XXX
                      LAKE O O XO XXO XXX
                      AKIM XXX
                      SPATHIS XO XO XXX
                      THOMPSON XXO O XXX

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                      • #56
                        Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes-KJT 1.96m HJ NR

                        here are EST result:
                        Trey HARDEE 07.02.1984 USA
                        6,81 6.99 15.39 1.98 8,59 5.14 DNS
                        Women:
                        1 Aleksandra BUTVINA 14.02.1986 RUS 4549
                        8,85 1.80 15.62 6.09 2.18,00
                        941 978 902 877 851
                        2 Karolina TYMINSKA 04.10.1984 POL 4530
                        8,48 1.71 14.69 6.15 2.14,04
                        1021 867 840 896 906
                        3 Laura IKAUNIECE 31.05.1992 LAT 4496
                        8,43 1.83 13.06pb 6.15 2.20,15
                        1032 1016 731 896 821

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                        • #57
                          Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes-KJT 1.96m HJ NR

                          Eaton result this year:
                          60m:6.73
                          SP:15.05m
                          60H:7.61s
                          PV:5.00m

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                          • #58
                            Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes-KJT 1.96m HJ NR

                            Interestingly none of the top Estonians competed in Tallinn for a number of reasons, despite having home advantage. They are one of the most improved nations on the women's side, with Sadeiko's great NR and Klaup going over 6000 for the first time last season. Sadeiko finished the season with a niggle so not so surprised she didnt do Tallinn while Klaup missed a lot of training last spring with an ankle injury so didnt want to do an indoor pentathlon.
                            On the men's side Uibo and Pahapill were in good form in 2013 too, but again, neither started here. Uibo is studying over in the States (or was; not sure if he has graduated yet)

                            Some background on the top Estonian's for anyone interested

                            On Grit Sadeiko, her SP is very weak, and her HJ/LJ can be erratic, as seems to be the pattern for female Estonian women. However, she's a great hurdler and decent sprinter, as well as a regular 46+ javelin thrower. Whether it's psycholgical or injury, she has DNF in 4 out of her last 6 heptathlons when in a decent position, all at the JT/800 stage. However, she has the abililty to go over 6400 this season.

                            Mari Klaup is a great javelin thrower (over 50m) but really needs to fix her speed. She has only nipped under 14secs in the 100h and her 200 and LJ are poor. But she has something about her and I think she could be one to improve a lot this season.

                            Maicel Uibo is only 21 but went out to 8223 this season. Some of the Americans may recognise him from the NCAAs where he came 5th last season. He peaked far too early but still managed 3 PBs in Moscow (SP, JT and 400m).

                            Mikk Pahapill is on his way out at 30, but is still going over 8000pts and was 3rd at the Euro Cup. Andres Raja is 31 now too, and both men 2012 with injury. All 3 men above are way ahead of the next best Estonian, 23 yr old Kaarel Joevali (7658) but the point is there is still a core group of Estonian multi eventers, some of who are coached by former heptathlete Remigija Nazaroviene or former decathlete Andrei Nazarov, who coached Erki Nool. And interestingly these two coaches/former athletes used to be married, so maybe there's a bit of healthy rivalry there

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                            • #59
                              Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes

                              Originally posted by nevetsllim
                              Katarina Johnson-Thompson just cleared an outright UK high jump record of 1.96m at the UK Indoor Champs.
                              And Nafissatou Thiam did 1.94 today in Gent.
                              Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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                              • #60
                                Re: 2014 result of multi-event athletes-KJT 1.96m HJ NR

                                KJT jumped 6.75 today
                                i deserve extra credit

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