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•2015 mNCAA TJ: Marquis Dendy (Fl) 58-1¼w (17.71

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  • #16
    Dendy also had a couple of non-windy long jumps, 8.27 and 8.34 (+1.4).

    He made the WC team in 2013, jumped 7.36 nq in Moscow, after finishing 5th in USATF with 8.10, a PB at the time. I don't recall what happened to get him on the WC team.

    He has a 10.31 into a 1.1 wind.

    Both his best legal marks from this meet are PBs (17.50 and the above 8.34).
    Cheers,
    Alan Shank

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Alan Shank View Post
      He made the WC team in 2013, jumped 7.36 nq in Moscow, after finishing 5th in USATF with 8.10, a PB at the time. I don't recall what happened to get him on the WC team.
      A=8.25 B=8.10

      IIRC, Kitchens won at Des Moines but only had the B standard (8.17)

      Henderson, Taylor and Hartfield didn't have the A, so Dendy, who had an 8.28 indoor mark, was the next person in. Phillips was there on a bye.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by lonewolf View Post
        As noted elsewhere, Larry informs us that Dendy covered 2/3 the length of a NBA basketball court in three steps.
        Lebron does that all the time, and without dribbling! :-)

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        • #19
          Actually, I have become inured to Larryisms.. puts things in a perspective that would never occur to me.

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          • #20
            Dendy is the outstanding male athlete of the meet.
            Good one about Lebron, GH.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by gh View Post
              Lebron does that all the time, and without dribbling! :-)
              Isn't that traveling?

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Bruce Kritzler View Post
                Isn't that traveling?
                It' a joke, son...and a funny one.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by booond View Post
                  I don't mind that stuff as it does give the average viewer an idea of the distance. What I mind is that Larry can't get the words out in a direct manner. He circles around every piece of information.
                  Exactly, it is this kind of commentary that illuminates the great talent that is at a track meet.

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