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    194 for Simmons; the first event where he's down on his PB series, but still a good result by his usual standards.

    Three misses for Ziemek at 200! Also only cleared 194, which is a really bad result for him. Simmons is now projected to win.
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    Projections after 4 events:

    Simmons 8305
    D.Williams 8246
    Ziemek 8245
    H.Williams 8103
    Filip 8032
    Golubovic 8006
    Bastien 7954

    WC standard is 8200, only Ziemek has it. At least Simmons and D. Williams have potential to get it here, but neither of them has much margin for error.
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    ZZ injured in HJ?
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    Thank you for the updates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gh View Post
    ZZ injured in HJ?
    Yes
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    Ziemek DNS in the 400.

    Other than that, no big swings. Simmons and D Williams were both slightly up on the projection, H Williams slightly down, which is good news for Ziemek since it makes it less likely three others will get the standard.

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    Projections after 5:

    Simmons 8316
    D. Williams 8252
    H. Williams 8094
    Filip 8045
    Golubovic 7963
    Bastien 7917
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    The race to 8200
    Only Simmons and the two Williams have a realistic chance to break 8,200.

    These are the results they need in the last 5 events (in brackets their PB):
    Simmons - 14.50 (14.18), 44.50 (47.44), 4.75 (4.90), 63.00 (65.70), 4:47.50 (4:40.46)
    Devon W. 13.85 (13.37), 45.50 (47.40), 4.70 (4.80), 59.50 (60.26), 4:35.00 (4:33.15)
    Harrison W. 14.25 (13.88), 42.50 (44.01), 5.20 (5.40), 54.00 (56.31), 4:30.00 (4:27.88)

    The rest - even if they will equal their PB in all five events they will score less than 8100
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    I was not watching the competition closely, but I did see ZZ go down. It was just mid run, he went down and was unable to bear weight on his left foot for awhile. He was helped to the bench. But he did eventually walk away under his own power. He was walking gingerly but not really limping.
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    I think ZZ was actually injured on his first long jump attempt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HopStepJump View Post
    I think ZZ was actually injured on his first long jump attempt.
    If he is selected for Doha, will the injury heal in time?
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