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  • Cooter Brown
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    Originally posted by Dave View Post
    Did you pick 5.86 because that is the next Ukrainian vaulter on the list?(also named Bubka for those keeping track).
    Yes. He also had a couple of 5.86 marks that tied the #2 Ukrainian performer (Vasiliy Bubka).

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  • tandfman
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    Originally posted by tandfman View Post
    I believe it's less than 100 unless you count ancillary performances.
    My mistake--I did not look at indoor marks. As others have noted, it's definitely over 100.

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  • Dave
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    Originally posted by Cooter Brown View Post
    Found the data on alltime-athletics. Bubka had 139 vaults higher than 5.86m.

    75 times outdoors
    38 times indoors
    12 outdoor ancillary
    12 indoor ancillary
    1 town square
    1 jump off
    Did you pick 5.86 because that is the next Ukrainian vaulter on the list?(also named Bubka for those keeping track).

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  • Cooter Brown
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    Found the data on alltime-athletics. Bubka had 139 vaults higher than 5.86m.

    75 times outdoors
    38 times indoors
    12 outdoor ancillary
    12 indoor ancillary
    1 town square
    1 jump off

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  • mump boy
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    Originally posted by Powell View Post
    But before Aldama became eligible to represent GBR, Hansen must have had A LOT of results better than the British no.2.
    100's probably every competition for 10 years !!

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  • tandfman
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    Originally posted by Cooter Brown View Post
    Sergei Bubka probably easily has 100+ performances better than the Ukrainian #2, his brother at 5.86m.
    I believe it's less than 100 unless you count ancillary performances.

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  • tandfman
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    Originally posted by dbirds View Post
    Akii-Bua? Barshim? Jonathan Edwards?
    IIRC, Akii-Bua never approached his WR at the Olympics. The #2 Ugandan is, Peter Rwamuhanda, with a PR of 49.78. Akii-Bua undoubtedly ran faster than that multiple times, but I doubt if he approaches some of the others who've been mentioned on this thread.

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  • Cooter Brown
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    Sergei Bubka probably easily has 100+ performances better than the Ukrainian #2, his brother at 5.86m.

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  • Powell
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    But before Aldama became eligible to represent GBR, Hansen must have had A LOT of results better than the British no.2.

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  • mump boy
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    JE only has 9 competitions over Phillips 17.81 (there will be more ancillary jumps including WR in 95)

    If we're looking at TJ Ashia Hansen is a better bet as 2nd best UK is over a meter down

    No it's not i forgot about Aldama

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  • Pierre-Jean
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    Originally posted by norunner View Post
    It would be interesting to limit the search to top T&F countries only, where a big lead would be more meaningful. Like Russia, US, Germany, France, UK, Italy, etc., and by top countries i mean countries that develop all events.
    Looking at her complete career record at 400m since her debut in 1988 until her last race in 2000, Marie-José PÉREC has 26 of her 34 competitions were faster than the 2nd French ebst ever (51.21). She holds the 34 French best performances (including heats) and she has never been beaten by a French in the 1 lap race.

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  • dbirds
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    Akii-Bua? Barshim? Jonathan Edwards?

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  • Powell
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    Originally posted by norunner View Post
    It would be interesting to limit the search to top T&F countries only, where a big lead would be more meaningful. Like Russia, US, Germany, France, UK, Italy, etc., and by top countries i mean countries that develop all events.
    Piotr Małachowski is the Polish no. 1 with, I believe, 36 results ahead of Robert Urbanek (not including ancillary throws).

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  • Gabriella2
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    Originally posted by norunner View Post
    It would be interesting to limit the search to top T&F countries only, where a big lead would be more meaningful. Like Russia, US, Germany, France, UK, Italy, etc., and by top countries i mean countries that develop all events.
    Drechsler has 38 jumps better than next placed Radtke; 65 if you count ancillary jumps.

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  • DoubleRBar
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    Edwin Moses and Angelo Taylor combined have four Olympic gold medals, too.

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