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    Claye 18.14 at Jim Bush [59-6¼ WL]
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    Huge triple jump for Claye, also LJed 8.21.

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    Wind 0.4. His other five jumps were all fouls.

    Maybe he'll get those business class tickets now.
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    Good for him. As much as I like CT, I'd like to see Claye beat him at a big meet.
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    59-6.25 is cirrus bidnis!
    I guess CT's favorite role for Doha just got compromised.

    The video is on his twitter-feed - in slo-mo - it's gorgeous. A perfect training video.

    https://twitter.com/search?q=will%20...c=tyah&lang=en
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    a beautiful jump
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    Sweet
    why don't people pronounce vowels anymore
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    4th longest jump all-time behind Edwards’ 2 Gothenburg WRs and Taylor’s winning mark from Beijing WC.
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    Claye is one of my favorite athletes. When he showed up at Oklahoma under Jeremy Fischer's tutelage, he was a shy, skinny, polite, dread locked kid who always thanked and shook oificial's hands after competition.
    I have worked many of his meets since he became world class. These years later, he has lost the dreadlocks and filled out a little but he is still thanks the officials.
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    Will Clay, we love you, what a fantastic step phase !!.. I never saw the beautiful dread locks but the white head band is distracting!
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    I would love to know how far each phase was!
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