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  • #46
    Originally posted by RunUnlimited View Post

    With just the 200m left to go for the heptathletes in Arona, the overall points standings look like this after 3 events:

    1) Chari Hawkins (USA): 2893 points

    2) Niamh Emerson (GBR): 2769 points

    3) Marijke Esselink (NED): 2740 points

    4) Claudia Conte (SPN): 2711 points

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    9) Ellen Barber (GBR): 2515 points
    Niamh Emerson goes in the 3rd and final heat of the 200m, out in lane 8... and Emerson finishes in 2nd place behind Chari Hawkins' 24.69 (-0.8m/s) with a 25.06 clocking.

    Which leaves the final standings after day 1 here in Arona as follows:

    1) Chari Hawkins (USA): 3808 points

    2) Niamh Emerson (GBR): 3650 points

    3) Marijke Esselink (NED): 3646 Points

    4) Claudia Conte (SPN): 3569

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    7) Ellen Barber (GBR): 3339 points

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    • jjimbojames
      jjimbojames commented
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      For comparison, by my calculations she was on 3690 at this stage when setting her PB.

      Her Day 2 then was 6.31w / 39.02 / 2.09.74

      She’s put on a few metres in the jav since then, but I suspect asking her to match the other two might be a stretch just now

    • Occasional Hope
      Occasional Hope commented
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      A solid start considering her long time off.

  • #47
    Originally posted by Occasional Hope View Post
    Jessica Mayho best of the British women in Manchester 66.28.
    Today Katie Head won out when she beat her in the NAL with 67.33.

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    • #48
      Huge gulf between Lincoln and the rest but a new PB of 18.67 for renowned relay runner Youcef Zatat. Hopefully we can see him break 19m later in the season.

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      • #49
        On day two of the Arona multi events meeting, Niamh Emerson, in her first long jump contest in since 2019, opens with a first round effort of 5.87m (+1.7m/s)

        In round 2, Emerson makes a marginal improvement, jumping 5.93m (+1.5m/s).

        And in the 3rd and final round, Emerson cannot improve again, jumping 5.84m (+2.0m/s).
        Last edited by RunUnlimited; 05-06-22, 12:55.

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        • #50
          The overall standings in the heptathlon after the long jump are:

          1) Charli Hawkins (USA): 4651 points

          2) Marijke Esselink (NED): 4486 points

          3) Niamh Emerson (GBR): 4478 points

          4) Claudia Conte (SPN); 4474 points

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          Ellen Barber (GBR): DNF

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          • Occasional Hope
            Occasional Hope commented
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            Looks like Noor Vidts has dropped out too.

          • RunUnlimited
            RunUnlimited commented
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            Occasional Hope
            As I understand it, Vidts was only doing a couple of events in Arona, rather than complete a full heptathlon there.

        • #51
          Damn it! It looks like Emerson has pulled out of the javelin in Arona!

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          • Occasional Hope
            Occasional Hope commented
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            Oh no! And just as it was starting to look safe!

        • #52
          Hopefully precautionary.

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          • drobbie
            drobbie commented
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            hamstring flared up apparently, according to her insta she only had 8 weeks training before the event

        • #53
          Jamie Webb 1:45.54 SB in the Chorzow 800m but nowhere race-wise.

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          • #54
            At the meeting Victoria Ohuorogu ran her Pb at, Adam Gemili ran 10.09 with the benefit of a 2.9 wind. Asha Philip 11.05 with 3.5 wind.

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            • #55
              Jemma Reekie returns to form in Chorzow 1:58.45 for a clear 2nd place.

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              • drobbie
                drobbie commented
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                thats a lot better from reekie

            • #56
              Originally posted by Occasional Hope View Post
              At the meeting Victoria Ohuorogu ran her Pb at, Adam Gemili ran 10.09 with the benefit of a 2.9 wind. Asha Philip 11.05 with 3.5 wind.
              the air bubble in his shoe exploded too

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              • Sprintfan
                Sprintfan commented
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                if Vicky O ran 51.05 in those windy conditions there's more to come from her I think. πŸ˜ŽπŸ‘

              • Ladyloz
                Ladyloz commented
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                Those Nike super spikes eh!!!

            • #57
              Wooah, great running from the 1500m lads!

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              • #58
                Great win for Wightman in Rabat, 3.32.62. Well run by Heyward too.

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                • #59
                  Very impressive from Markovc, one of her best ever.

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                  • MysteryBrick
                    MysteryBrick commented
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                    Really good run! She surely *has* to get the World 5000m standard running like that!

                  • Occasional Hope
                    Occasional Hope commented
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                    Her best ever by time, by quite a way, and so well judged and confident too. Very impressive.

                • #60
                  51.56 and third place in Hengelo for Nicole Yeargin, behind Roxana Gomez and Lieke KlaVer but some way ahead of Wadeline Jonathas of the US.
                  Last edited by Occasional Hope; 06-06-22, 15:31.

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