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    #11
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    Kendell Williams 2nd with 3,857 ... 12.84(+1.7) 100H, 1.80m HJ, 12.87m SP, 23.69(+0.3) 200 ... all fairly close to her marks during her '17 PR at USATFs (12.83, 1.83, 13.01, 23.50).

    Erica Bougard in 3rd 3,801 (13.00(+1.7), 1.83m, 11.90m, 23.65 (+0.3))
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    #12
    Top 6 Dec after first day:
    Warner 4596
    Maloney 4436
    Victor & Kazmirek 4385
    Eitel 4342
    Duckworth 4293
    (Ehrhardt 3961 & Williams 3954 in 22nd & 23rd)
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    #13
    Am I the only one who couldn't see 400m?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gm View Post
    after first day:
    Warner 4596
    He's up 31 pts from his PR Dec of 8795 last year.

    Hoping we see 8800+ tomorrow.
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    #15
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    Only two PRs from Moloney, but a fantastic first day from the 20yo. His current PRs point to a second day just less than 3800, but he's got a curve that could be taking towards the Aussie record (8490) very soon
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    Moloney is super talented. 10.41/46.97 are great times for 19 year old sprinters. He looks on track to beat the world U20 best of 8397 set 37 years ago by Torsten Voss of East Germany.

    Nice to see KJT doing so well!
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    #17
    Quote Originally Posted by Powell View Post
    10.12 for Damien Warner! Makes you wonder how fast he could go if he didn't have to train for 9 other events.
    I hope he gets the first decathlon sub 10 soon.
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    #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by trackCanuck View Post
    I hope he gets the first decathlon sub 10 soon.
    I don't...... in the sense that if gets his body in 9.9 shape, he'll have to pay too much a price in the throws, of which there are three, so the tradeoff in points isn't worth it. And being a decathlete is the first order of business, eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gh View Post
    I don't...... in the sense that if gets his body in 9.9 shape, he'll have to pay too much a price in the throws, of which there are three, so the tradeoff in points isn't worth it. And being a decathlete is the first order of business, eh?
    I was thinking more along the lines of "maybe he'll be in a race with ideal conditions".
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    Is he good enough to run a leg in the Canadian 4x100 team? Back in 2015 I was always wishing Eaton would get a chance for a 4x400...
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