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  • felix51
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    Originally posted by carterhatch View Post
    LOL - you have my deepest sympathy, I have no idea why I put myself through it too, it couldn't have been easier if it were in English!
    carterhatch, I now know that 'empezada' in Spanish means 'started'. If only that were true for the actual live results lol.

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  • treadwater1
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    Going back to Holly Mills, on the US forums someone has calculated that Zheng will move her up to 22nd,her first hep of the year was 6153 which combined with Arona gives her an overall average of 1185. Mills average goes up to 1178 equal with Gittens. The one slight disadvantage for Mills is that those competing at Ratingen have got something to aim at, the lesser known Germans and the likes of Sulek and the two Rodriguez’s may fancy their chances, but huge credit to Holly for putting in another PB

    In the men’s decathlon rankings looks like Duckworth will be pushed down a few places due to the performances of Helecet and Sykora, now hanging on by a thread.

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  • MysteryBrick
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    10.17 with no wind, apparently, so maybe 10.12 with a +1.0?

  • Dundee42
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    Naomi Ogbeta also jumped over 14.30 at the same meeting but again was aided by a following gale.

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  • RunUnlimited
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    Originally posted by Dundee42 View Post
    The 10.01 was with a +5.5 wind
    Yeah, I thought as much. He did look good though. What would that have been with say, a +1.0 m/s following wind, rather than that gale?

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  • Occasional Hope
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    67.84 pb for Jessica Mayho in the hammer.

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  • Dundee42
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    Says he got a 10.02 as well but that was a +3.4 wind.

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  • Dundee42
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    The 10.01 was with a +5.5 wind

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  • MysteryBrick
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    I think he actually ran 10.01 and 10.02, but both were with healthy tailwinds (+5 and then +3). Still decent running.

  • RunUnlimited
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    Not sure if anybody noticed this but Andrew Robertson in Brno ran 10.03 (!). However, I couldn't see the wind reading and the results site is a train wreck that is not fit for purpose, so until we get confirmation of the wind, then we can't proclaim this as a massive new PB for him.

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  • carterhatch
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    I do Ms.Mills a disservice as I didn't realise it was an overal PB, thinking she newded a faster time in the 800. So very well done. With PBs in HJ and JV, its been a good weekend. Getting closer to her indoor season 14m SP would be good, a return to the LJ of old (on her other take off leg), would bring more points, and that 200 looks a little sluggish, if she does manage to get an invite to Tokyo it will be great experience ...

  • Ladyloz
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    If my calculations are right I now have Holly's World Ranking Score at 1178 up from 1164. That would take her equal with Tyra Gittens who's currently in 23rd. However after her NCAA win I think Gittens score has increased slightly to 1180.  That sums up the issue with rankings, a lower Hep score from Gittens is actually worth more than her score last month of 6418 which was just shy of an auto Q simply because there are more bonus points for NCAA Champs.  

    Zheng is not currently ranked - I don't know if she has another score to add from elsewhere to get a 'World Ranking' or not as you need 2 in the time period. 

    To sum up it's complicated but it's going to be close for Holly as to whether she goes or not. And of course there is Rantingen next weekend plus US trials and other national championships.

    It may come down to who above her is fit or not. We know Ndama is out for the season with an ACL injury and haven't seen anything yet of Ikauniece or Preiner so not sure of their status.

    Also worth noting more generally how World Athletics have really screwed over the Multi Eventers with a measly quota of just 24, the lowest of all events.

  • MysteryBrick
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    Wow, she has had an impressive improvement this year!

  • Dundee42
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    Thank you for the welcome

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  • Occasional Hope
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    Good considering there were a couple of events below par.
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