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    2019 mUSATF TJ: Donald Scott 58-2w (17.74w)
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    1. Will Claye (Puma/New York AC) 2
    2. Omar Craddock (Jump Corps) 3
    3. Donald Scott (unattached) 4
    4. Chris Carter (unattached) 6
    5. KeAndre Bates (unattached) 7
    6. Chris Benard (Nike/Chula Vista Elite) 5
    7. Armani Wallace (Florida State) nr
    8. John Warren (Southern Mississippi) 9
    9. Matthew ONeal (unattached) 8
    10. Alphonso Jordan (unattached) nr
    (expected to take only token jump) Christian Taylor (Nike) 1
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    Too bad CT's probably not going to do much (if at all).
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    how feeble that the indicator board is about a meter shy of where all the big jumps are landing.
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    how feeble that the indicator board is about a meter shy of where all the big jumps are landing.
    Guess they could only afford one, for the women.
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    Considering the BIG foul Craddock had, that's one heck of a 4-man team!!!!!
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    Some awesome jumping, though, and a great quartet we'll send to Doha. Scott's 1st jump was awesome, Claye had another great series and Craddock was pretty good too.
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    There were a number of 58-foot fouls with very little on the Plasticine. The shortest jump for the top four was a 17.10, and most of the fouls were monsters.
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    I understand the rationale of Christian Taylor not jumping if he doesn't have to avoid injury. However, if you are worried about the state of your event, the lack of publicity it gets, and knowing the it may be dropped from the Diamond League, why would you sit out competing on one of the biggest stages against the best competition? That would have been the perfect way to promote your own event.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve View Post
    I understand the rationale of Christian Taylor not jumping if he doesn't have to avoid injury. However, if you are worried about the state of your event, the lack of publicity it gets, and knowing the it may be dropped from the Diamond League, why would you sit out competing on one of the biggest stages against the best competition? That would have been the perfect way to promote your own event.
    Also the wind and temperature conditions were extremely good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve View Post
    I understand the rationale of Christian Taylor not jumping if he doesn't have to avoid injury. However, if you are worried about the state of your event, the lack of publicity it gets, and knowing the it may be dropped from the Diamond League, why would you sit out competing on one of the biggest stages against the best competition? That would have been the perfect way to promote your own event.
    Will you pay him if he gets injured in, what for him was an exhibition?
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