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    2019 mUSATF HJ: Jeron Robinson 7-6 (2.30)
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    1. Jeron Robinson (unattached) 1
    2. Shelby McEwen (Alabama) 6
    3. Keenon Laine (Georgia) 7
    4. Earnie Sears (USC) nr
    5. JaCorian Duffield (unattached) (5)
    6. Jordan Wesner (unattached) nr
    7. Ricky Robertson (unattached) 5
    8. Trey Culver (unattached) 3
    9. Zach Anderson (South Dakota) nr
    10. Avion Jones (unattached) nr
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    Quote Originally Posted by gh View Post
    T&FN formchart

    1. Jeron Robinson (unattached) 1
    2. Shelby McEwen (Alabama) 6
    3. Keenon Laine (Georgia) 7
    4. Earnie Sears (USC) nr
    5. JaCorian Duffield (unattached) (5)
    6. Jordan Wesner (unattached) nr
    7. Ricky Robertson (unattached) 5
    8. Trey Culver (unattached) 3
    9. Zach Anderson (South Dakota) nr
    10. Avion Jones (unattached) nr
    Only the first two have made standard so far.
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    Standard (i.e. Q) is 2.30. Robinson doesn't have a jump that high in the window (since Sept 7 2018). Does appear to have Area Champion Q though.
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    Laine looks like he could be in position for a filler position bsed on current Road To Doha figures
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    Did Kynard retire and I missed it? Injured?
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    I really felt badly for the high jumpers. They were situated in a bad spot. This was a forgotten event as far as the officials were concerned. Also, I swear the high jump officials had the standards in poor alignment to the pit. Not only did it look "off," but too many jumpers were coming down right on top of the bar, which is not usual. The jumpers that survived and succeeded were the ones that made the best adjustments. I think Sears and Laine showed the hops but they couldn't figure out where to take off from.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnclevohio View Post
    Did Kynard retire and I missed it? Injured?
    Ruptured Achilles.

    https://www.si.com/olympics/2019/07/...012-gold-medal
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    Quote Originally Posted by AS View Post
    Standard (i.e. Q) is 2.30. Robinson doesn't have a jump that high in the window (since Sept 7 2018). Does appear to have Area Champion Q though.
    I will argue that the standard is way too tough.
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