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    Quote Originally Posted by donley2 View Post
    6148 for Ashtin Zamzow in the Heptathlon. That would have been 2nd on last years USA list. It is also right on the hairy edge of what might qualify you for Doha.
    A PB by more than 300 points to Zamzow (including 5 individual PBs) that may compete for the third place in the US team to Doha.
    Her result in the JT (53.01) if for the best (according to my memory) by an American heptathlist since the turn of the millennia (and maybe the best ever?).
    A nice improvement in the speed events but need to improve further (and the LJ) if she is to challenge the likes of Bougard and Williams.
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    note: Matthew Boling has his own thread
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    For stat geeks, an interesting set at the Raleigh Relays: In both the men's (15th and 16th places) and women's (29th and 30th places) 400H, two athletes from the same school had to be separated by thousanths of seconds.

    https://flashresults.com/2019_Meets/...1_compiled.htm
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    Jenn Suhr passing first 4 heights at Texas, supposed to come in at 15-1 (4.60).
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    Quote Originally Posted by gh View Post
    Jenn Suhr passing first 4 heights at Texas, supposed to come in at 15-1 (4.60).
    She has little to lose nh-ing, and, given her injury history, perhaps lots to lose taking more than the minimum necessary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gh View Post
    Jenn Suhr passing first 4 heights at Texas, supposed to come in at 15-1 (4.60).
    Looks like she went a full foot higher!
    LOL
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    16-1 | 4.91 outdoor WL, =absolute WL
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    Quote Originally Posted by player View Post
    Matthew Boling 10.21/4.2w in HS Div. 11 qualifying. Second place in his heat was 10.77 and second best in Div. 11 was 10.47.

    Final tomorrow. Unfortunately, meet protocol separates division competition, so Boling will not match up with Ryan Martin, who ran 10.26/3.6w in Div. 1 qualifying.

    Preventing the best athletes from competing against each other is tiresome enough at state championship meets.
    I disagree, they are HS students and the last thing HS should be about is head to head match ups. Let the HS students be HS students !

    caveat: user4 is even against the NCAAF FBS championship scheme.
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    4.91 at age 37 is so impressive!

    I am 6 months younger than Jenn and could barely get over 7' last summer! hahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by polevaultpower View Post
    4.91 at age 37 is so impressive!
    The Merlene Ottey of vaulting.
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