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    Good example by Atticua.
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    Boling's win in 20.36 looked strong! wind +0.7
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    WU20L for Boling
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    Also sneaks MB into tenth place on the all time HS 200M list.

    In the 'M400m, Justin Robinson, 17yo and another HS year remaining, impressive in winning by almost a second in 45.59.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    Boling's win in 20.36 looked strong! wind +0.7
    I think he'll be more of a long sprinter down the road. I'm always impressed when someone can run a 200 in roughly double their 100 meter time, especially this young.
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    He probably has upside in the 100 because he has done so few and there are technical things that will help cut little pieces off, and when you are already at 10.0 those little pieces are important. However, given his very good 100s and his 400s, it would seem that the 200 would be his distance. Is he killing it the last 50m?
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    Only 4 competitors in the men's 1500m. And the winning time... 4:25.83 !!!

    https://results.adkinstrak.com/meets.../155024/splits

    1 Jason Gomez Notre Dame de Namur 4:25.83
    2 Drew Maher Penn St. 4:26.04
    3 Devin Pancake Utah St. 4:30.11
    4 Alexander Tam Miami (OH) 4:32.98
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    At the HS state meet, we have changed direction at a PV bar change height (providing everyone cleared the previous ht - no passes) or between the first three jumps of LJ/TJ and the last three.
    In the PV, I would say it's no big deal under the conditions you specified. In the LJ/TJ, a very bad idea to do it in the middle of the competition.
    Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...
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    Only 4 competitors in the men's 1500m. And the winning time... 4:25.83 !!!

    https://results.adkinstrak.com/meets.../155024/splits
    3:34 for 1100m, 51.9 for the top 2. Prepping for Tokyo?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powell View Post
    In the LJ/TJ, a very bad idea to do it in the middle of the competition.
    Why? After the first three rounds all but the top 8 are eliminated and the jumping order is reset, worst to best. A fresh start for the top 8 with better conditions.
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