This is a trivia question prompted by Sally Pearson's & Michelle Jenneke's performances recently at the AUS championships: Jenneke's 12.82 puts her #2 a-t performer on AUS 100h list, behind Pearson, of course. And with that significant accomplishment for Jenneke noted, it also is a means to show Pearson's long-term excellence, because Jenneke's 12.82, even while it makes her #2 AUS performer in this event, makes her just =#80 on the performance list.

Can anyone think of any other nation's all-time performer/performance lists (in any event) in which the number of performances by the #1 performer places the #2 performer so far down on the performance list?

After a few minutes thought, I came up with one other obvious example (I am concluding it is obvious, because I was able to think of it): Koji Murofushi is of course #1 on Japan's a-t HT list. The #2 performer, Shigenobu Murofushi, is #126 on the a-t performance list for Japan in this event.

Can anyone think of any other nation's all-time performer/performance lists (in any event) in which the number of performances by the #1 performer places the #2 performer so far down on the performance list?

After a few minutes thought, I came up with one other obvious example (I am concluding it is obvious, because I was able to think of it): Koji Murofushi is of course #1 on Japan's a-t HT list. The #2 performer, Shigenobu Murofushi, is #126 on the a-t performance list for Japan in this event.

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