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    To track his other events, this page has the links: http://athletics.com.au/Compete/Even...-Championships
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    Zhoya just ran a 21.46 (-2.5) 200m heat looking very casual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AS View Post
    Zhoya just ran a 21.46 (-2.5) 200m heat looking very casual.
    Now wins the U-20 final in 21.20 (unofficial). He looks strong but doesn't seem to have true sprint dynamism.

    edit: wind apparently -2.0 but official results still not up.

    Official: 21.18 -2.0 which corrects to around 21.02, which is essentially equal to his PB.
    Last edited by El Toro; 04-04-2019 at 03:30 AM.
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    The vid is here: https://twitter.com/AthsAust/status/1113647519781625856

    He does indeed look choppy (sort of like a combination of a vaulter and a high hurdler )
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    Is this good for what would be the equivalent of a young high school junior?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jshapco2 View Post
    Is this good for what would be the equivalent of a young high school junior?
    Would have put him in the top 30 or so HSers in US last year (and he would be a very young HS junior) as would his 100m. His PV of 18'3" would have been #5 on US HS list last year.
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    21.02 would put you in the top 10 amongst juniors in the country most years.....

    source athletic.net that was for you gh and it wasn’t a list
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    Quote Originally Posted by AS View Post
    Would have put him in the top 30 or so HSers in US last year (and he would be a very young HS junior) as would his 100m. His PV of 18'3" would have been #5 on US HS list last year.
    No.1 or 2 in the pole vault any other year except the last two! FYI he is better than Mondo was at the exact same age. Mondo cleared 5.52 a few months before he turned 17. However when Mondo was 17 and a half he cleared 5.90
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    He just ran 13.05 on a wet track with a -0.6 headwind for the 110 hurdles. 36" hurdles however. In the US they do 39" ( I think)

    New 16 year old age record.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jshapco2 View Post
    He just ran 13.05 on a wet track with a -0.6 headwind for the 110 hurdles. 36" hurdles however. In the US they do 39" ( I think)

    New 16 year old age record.
    Last U18s to run faster than that:
    Dejour Russell (13.04) in 2017 (and he was 17 and 3 months)
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    Jaheel Hyde (12.96) in 2014 (and whe 17 and 6 months)

    The iaaf all-time lists are impossible to find
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