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    Talence Decastar Multis
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    This is apparently tomorrow and Sunday. Focus on the men's side is clearly on Mayer after his problems in Euro Champs. Not sure about women's. Hopefully some multi guru will be following along for the rest of us.
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    European champion Arthur Abele is also competing. On the women's side, the top contenders are Carolin Schafer and Katerina Cachova.
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    Supposedly on watchathletics.com

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    Seventeen decathlon entries listed on meeting website:

    Athlete SB PB
    Arthur Abele (Germany)
    8481
    8605
    Bastien Auzeil (France)
    7925
    8191
    Patryk Baran (Poland)
    Steven Bastien (USA)
    7980
    8015
    Pieter Braun (Netherlands)
    8342
    8342
    Ruben Gado (France)
    8126
    8126
    Florian Geffrouais (France)
    8164
    Jeremy Lelievre (France)
    7718
    7911
    Pierce LePage (Canada)
    8171
    8171
    Kevin Mayer (France)
    8834
    Marcus Nilsson (Sweden)
    8120
    8120
    Tim Nowak (Germany)
    8057
    8057
    Fredrik Samuelsson (Sweden)
    8165
    8172
    Ilya Shkurenyov (ANA)
    8321
    8601
    Keisuke Ushiro (Japan)
    7948
    8308
    Paweł Wiesiołek (Poland)
    7921
    8140
    Vitali Zhuk (Belarus)
    8290
    8290
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    Thirteen heptathlon entries listed on meeting website:

    Athlete SB PB
    Odile Ahouanwanou (Benin)
    5999
    6131
    Kateřina Cachová (Czech Republic)
    6400
    6400
    Xénia Krizsán (Hungary)
    6367
    6390
    Diane Marie-Hardy (France)
    6015
    6015
    Verena Preiner (Austria)
    6337
    6337
    Allison Reaser (USA)
    6144
    6144
    Géraldine Ruckstuhl (Switzerland)
    6260
    6357
    Grit Šadeiko (Estonia)
    6060
    6280
    Carolin Schäfer (Germany)
    6602
    6836
    Daryna Sloboda (Ukraine)
    6104
    6104
    Esther Turpin (France)
    6230
    6230
    Eri Utsunomiya (Japan)
    5668
    Yuki Yamasaki (Japan)
    5873
    5873
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    Mayer ran 10.55 +0.3m/s, 963pts, beating his 100m PB by 0.09. Video here: https://twitter.com/RMCsport
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    UNBELIEVABLE. 7.80m +1.2m/s, his previous PB being 7.65m.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceil View Post
    UNBELIEVABLE. 7.80m +1.2m/s, his previous PB being 7.65m.
    His jumps in Berlin looked at least as long, so this has been on the cards. Now it looks like he's got a very real shot at the WR.
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    Does anyone know where to find the results? The website of the meet doesn't seem to have them.
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    Yup, his 2nd jump was also a 3cm foul that looked very close to 8m. He says he tries not to focus on the WR and to just enjoy himself. Guess that is working out pretty well.
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