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NCAA mPV: Shawn Barber (Akron) 19-4¾/5.91 CR

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  • NCAA mPV: Shawn Barber (Akron) 19-4¾/5.91 CR

    Now attempting 19-8¼/6.00 !

  • #2
    The final standings, with Barber's winning mark possibly going higher:
    Place Athlete Affiliation Best Jump
    1 Shawn Barber JR Akron 5.91m (19-4¾)
    2 Jake BlankenshipJR Tennessee 5.80m (19-¼ )
    3 Andrew Irwin SR Arkansas 5.50m (18-½ )
    4 Jax Thoirs JR Washington 5.50m (18-½ )
    5 Chase Wolfle JR Texas A&M 5.50m (18-½ )
    6 Adrian Valles FR Cincinnati 5.45m (17-10½)
    7 Michael Woepse SR UCLA 5.40m (17-8½ )
    7 Casey Bowen JR Kansas 5.40m (17-8½ )
    7 Chris Pillow SR Rice 5.40m (17-8½ )
    10 Justin Estala SO Oral Roberts 5.20m (17-¾ )
    11 Dylan Bell JR Air Force 5.20m (17-¾ )
    11 Steven Cahoy SO Nebraska 5.20m (17-¾ )
    Reese Watson JR Texas NH
    Lev Marcus FR Washington NH
    Joey Uhle SR Air Force NH
    Chris Uhle SR Virginia Tech NH

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    • #3
      5.80 comes in second at the NCAA a indoor meet. Year of the vault indeed.

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      • #4
        Barber had a good attempt on his last jump at 6.00.

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        • #5
          I assume that is a best for place for #2?

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          • #6
            Yep. Previous best runner-up was 5.70 by Kendricks last year.

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            • #7
              Progression of the indoor CR since the first 18-footer (Dan Ripley in '75) now posted to front page.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by gh View Post
                Progression of the indoor CR since the first 18-footer (Dan Ripley in '75) now posted to front page.
                Is there still a chance he'll come to his senses and jump for US(A)? ;-p

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                • #9
                  Perhaps I have, but I certainly can't remember ever before in my life having seen a vault chart that ran to 17 heights!

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                  • #10
                    You have not seen the vault charts for the decathlon then. Ten cm intervals, ten intervals per meter, sometimes they start well down into 3.xx meters. I know, you probably meant in the open vault. I would guess those officiating HS invites (Atticus) have seen some long progressions. I have done the Wisconsin Track Club and have gone from 2.00 to 5.40 meters in one meet.

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                    • #11
                      OK, clarificstion: I've of course seen "many" multi-event competitions do that, because of the wide range of talent. I was referencing the "real" event.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by gh View Post
                        Progression of the indoor CR since the first 18-footer (Dan Ripley in '75) now posted to front page.
                        Maybe I'm looking in the wrong place but I'm not finding that link.

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