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    #11
    Women's LJ, men's SP, hepta HJ on at the same time
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    #12
    That new format is complete garbage, not even enough time to build up suspense for the final round, it's over before it even began.
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    #13
    Quote Originally Posted by norunner View Post
    That new format is complete garbage, not even enough time to build up suspense for the final round, it's over before it even began.
    The men's SP was very anticlimactic
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    Quote Originally Posted by tm71 View Post
    The men's SP was very anticlimactic
    Maybe for you. But those is us down in the antipodes, totally "climactic" and totally bloody f'ing awesome. Way to go kiwi - Tom Walsh.
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    #15
    T eaton wins penta by beating the two Ukrainians by over 11 secs in the 800 !
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    7.22 LJ Reese on final jump. [23-8 1/4]
    Last edited by 26mi235; 03-19-2016 at 03:31 AM.
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    #17
    Brittney Reese with the clutch performance! 6th round jump sitting in 2nd place and she gets out to 7.22!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 26mi235 View Post
    7.22 lj
    That jump by Reese was yuge and she chopped her steps. The women's LJ had as much drama as the penta!
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    Harrison with bad luck again in a championships. Ali's momentum off that final hurdle got her that win.
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    Ali nips Rollins at the line for the win in the women's 60h. Both timed in 7.81. Harrison clattered the first hurdle and was out !
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