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  • •2015 mNCAA LJ: Marquis Dendy (Fla) 27-8w (8.43)

    T&FN formchart

    1. Marquis Dendy (Florida) Sr
    2. Jarrion Lawson (Arkansas) Jr
    3. Jalen Ramsey (Florida State) So
    4. Laderrick Ward (Southern Illinois Edwardsville) Sr
    5. Roelf Pienaar' (Arkansas State) So
    6. Johnathan Addison (NC State) Jr
    7. Ifeanyichukwu Otuonye’ (Kansas State) Jr
    8. Cameron Echols-Luper (TCU) So
    9. Jordan Latimer (Akron) Fr
    10. Adoree Jackson (USC) Fr
    Last edited by gh; 06-12-2015, 06:08 AM.

  • #2
    Advance best 9 after tie breaking to finals. Reverse order

    Start list: Men Long Jump
    Ht/Fl Position Bib Name Affiliation
    1 1 143 Kenneth Fisher SO COOK
    1 2 785 Trevor Ferguson SR UO
    1 3 184 Walter Jones FR CAL
    1 4 294 Stefan Brits JR FSU
    1 5 74 Bryan McBride SR AZST
    1 6 925 Cameron Echols- Luper SO TCU
    1 7 1162 Ventavius Sears SO WKY
    1 8 270 Marquis Dendy SR UFL
    1 9 1018 Jerome Wilson SR TXT
    1 10 301 Jalen Ramsey SO FSU
    1 11 863 Laderrick Ward SR SIUE
    1 12 440 Ifeanyichukwu Otuonye JR KSST

    Ht/Fl Position Bib Name Affiliation
    2 1 683 Jonathan Addison JR NCSU
    2 2 1080 Adoree Jackson FR USC
    2 3 20 Jordan Latimer FR AKR
    2 4 109 Roelf Pienaar SO ARST
    2 5 727 Zack Bazile FR OHST
    2 6 1020 Devon Breaux JR TUL
    2 7 862 Blake Smith SR SEMO
    2 8 468 Terence Boyd SR UK
    2 9 299 Paul Madzivire SR FSU
    2 10 794 Nate Moore FR UO
    2 11 494 Jarrett Samuels JR LAT
    2 12 100 Jarrion Lawson JR ARK

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    • #3
      Dendy jumped a windy 8.43 +2.3 on his 3rd jump.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ATK View Post
        Dendy jumped a windy 8.43 +2.3 on his 3rd jump.
        Also a legal wind PR of 8.34

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        • #5
          Place Athlete Affiliation Best Mark Flight (Pl)
          1 Marquis Dendy SR Florida 8.43m (27-8 ) +2.3 1 (1)
          2 Jarrion Lawson JR Arkansas 8.34m (27-4½ ) +0.2 2 (1)
          3 Roelf Pienaar SO Arkansas State 8.01m (26-3½ ) +1.6 2 (2)
          4 Jonathan Addison JR North Carolina St. 7.99m (26-2¾ ) +2.3 2 (3)
          5 Adoree Jackson FR USC 7.91m (25-11½ ) +1.9 2 (4)
          6 Laderrick Ward SR SIU-Edwardsville 7.82m (25-8 ) +2.5 1 (2)
          7 Walter Jones FR California 7.79m (25-6¾ ) +1.9 1 (3)
          8 Ventavius Sears SO Western Kentucky 7.76m (25-5½ ) +1.9 1 (4)
          9 Cameron Echols- Luper SO TCU 7.73m (25-4½ ) +2.0 1 (5)
          10 Nate Moore FR Oregon 7.69m (25-2¾ ) +1.7 2 (5)
          11 Ifeanyichukwu Otuonye JR Kansas State 7.69m (25-2¾ ) +2.1 1 (6)
          12 Stefan Brits JR Florida State 7.66m (25-1¾ ) +1.5 1 (7)
          13 Trevor Ferguson SR Oregon 7.61m (24-11¾ ) +2.2 1 (8)
          14 Jalen Ramsey SO Florida State 7.60m (24-11¼ ) +1.2 1 (9)
          15 Blake Smith SR SE Missouri 7.56m (24-9¾ ) +2.5 2 (6)
          16 Bryan McBride SR Arizona State 7.51m (24-7¾ ) +0.5 1 (10)
          17 Kenneth Fisher SO Bethune-Cookman 7.51m (24-7¾ ) +2.6 1 (11)
          18 Jarrett Samuels JR Louisiana Tech 7.50m (24-7¼ ) +1.4 2 (7)
          19 Devon Breaux JR Tulane 7.44m (24-5 ) +0.9 2 (8)
          20 Jerome Wilson SR Texas Tech 7.44m (24-5 ) +1.7 1 (12)
          21 Paul Madzivire SR Florida State 7.39m (24-3 ) +0.7 2 (9)
          22 Terence Boyd SR Kentucky 7.32m (24-¼ ) +2.1 2 (10)
          23 Zack Bazile FR Ohio State 7.31m (23-11¾ ) +1.8 2 (11)
          24 Jordan Latimer FR Akron 7.07m (23-2½ ) +2.9 2 (12)

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          • #6
            Dendy series


            8.43m
            27-8
            +2.3

            8.00
            26-3
            w:+2.7

            F
            w:+2.1

            8.43
            27-8
            w:+2.3

            8.27
            27-1¾
            w:+1.4

            8.34
            27-4½
            w:+1.4

            F
            w:+2.2

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            • #7
              The future of American long jumping looks very bright. Dendy and Lawson would have gone 1-3 at Birmingham last weekend, with Lawson a scant .01 out of second place. Lawson had a foul that was over 28 feet and while his foot was a few inches past the board, the potential exhibited in that leap is breathtaking.

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              • #8
                nobody who was there has an opinion about the new dual-runway setup?

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                • #9
                  Carl Lewis is no longer in the meet's all-time top 10 performers, thanks to Dendy and Lawson

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by gh View Post
                    nobody who was there has an opinion about the new dual-runway setup?
                    As a spectator I love it. It's not like you can't follow two bowlers in adjacent lanes, so why not speed things up?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by bruce3404 View Post
                      The future of American long jumping looks very bright. Dendy and Lawson would have gone 1-3 at Birmingham last weekend, with Lawson a scant .01 out of second place. Lawson had a foul that was over 28 feet and while his foot was a few inches past the board, the potential exhibited in that leap is breathtaking.
                      The only foul jump of Lawson was with 3.2 following wind. Regardless, a great competition for him as this is the first time that he manage to bring his indoor form outdoor (I think that his previous outdoor PB was 8.00). Right now four Americans in the top eight in the world.

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