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  • El Toro
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    Football only stadium now. That's Rugby Union, Rugby League and soccer type football. The track was ripped up in 1990. http://www.canberrastadium.com/

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  • tandfman
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    You mean there's no longer a track in that stadium? What a pity!

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  • El Toro
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    Originally posted by tandfman
    Canberra at 600+ meters. Two WR's were set there in one day at the World Cup in 1985 and they've remained WR's ever since.
    Current track (WCp warmup) is at 624m and the stadium track itself was 615m.

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  • tandfman
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    Originally posted by gh
    Madrid is also at 640m, making it one of the great stealth (A) sites...
    Another one, of course,. is Canberra at 600+ meters. Two WR's were set there in one day at the World Cup in 1985 and they've remained WR's ever since.

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  • gh
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    Madrid is also at 640m, making it one of the great stealth (A) sites... as others have suggested before me, there should probably be an (a) qualifer for sites over 500m. (or at 250, w/ A starting at 500?)

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  • catson52
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    Originally posted by pela2
    Originally posted by Dietmar239
    Originally posted by Powell
    You mean his 8.96 jump? That one was disallowed due to a guy blocking the wind gauge. It was in Sestriere in 1995.
    I think he may be referring to the jump labled "9 meters" that is on Youtube. It is clearly over 9m into the pit, but it was indeed a foul. The description says Madrid, 95' on one of the clips.
    It could also have been wind-aided. Other marks from that competition in Madrid June 20 1995 where

    Pedroso 8.73/+4.8
    Tarasenko 8.49/+4.5
    Mladenov 8.34/+3.4 (+ another wind-aided 8.34)
    Thanks. This was the clip I was referring to.

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  • pela2
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    Originally posted by Dietmar239
    Originally posted by Powell
    You mean his 8.96 jump? That one was disallowed due to a guy blocking the wind gauge. It was in Sestriere in 1995.
    I think he may be referring to the jump labled "9 meters" that is on Youtube. It is clearly over 9m into the pit, but it was indeed a foul. The description says Madrid, 95' on one of the clips.
    It could also have been wind-aided. Other marks from that competition in Madrid June 20 1995 where

    Pedroso 8.73/+4.8
    Tarasenko 8.49/+4.5
    Mladenov 8.34/+3.4 (+ another wind-aided 8.34)

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  • Dietmar239
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    Originally posted by Powell
    You mean his 8.96 jump? That one was disallowed due to a guy blocking the wind gauge. It was in Sestriere in 1995.
    I think he may be referring to the jump labled "9 meters" that is on Youtube. It is clearly over 9m into the pit, but it was indeed a foul. The description says Madrid, 95' on one of the clips.

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  • Marlow
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    from P. Larsson's site
    1 8.99A +4.4 Mike Powell USA 10.11.63 1 Sestriere 21.07.1992
    2 [email protected] +1.2 Iv├ín Pedroso CUB 17.12.72 1 Sestriere 29.07.1995
    3 8.95A +3.9 Mike Powell USA 10.11.63 1 Sestriere
    the @ means questionable wind reading

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  • Powell
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    You mean his 8.96 jump? That one was disallowed due to a guy blocking the wind gauge. It was in Sestriere in 1995.

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  • dukehjsteve
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    Re: Pedroso - 9m

    Originally posted by catson52
    Possibly has been discussed earlier. What are the details re Perdroso's 9m long jump? A clear foul - by how much? Assisting wind? Altitude? Thanks
    When did this occur ? First I've heard of it.

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  • catson52
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    Pedroso - 9m

    Possibly has been discussed earlier. What are the details re Perdroso's 9m long jump? A clear foul - by how much? Assisting wind? Altitude? Thanks
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