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    2019 wUSATF Hept: Erica Bougard 6663 (AL)
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    1. Kendell Williams (Nike) (1)
    2. Erica Bougard (New York AC/Nike) 1
    3. Ashtin Zamzow (Texas) nr
    4. Chari Hawkins (On Running) 3
    5. Riley Cooks (Oiselle/Falcon TC) nr
    6. Annie Kunz (Chula Vista Elite) 9
    7. Kendall Gustafson (unattached) 10
    8. Allison Halverson (Arete Elite TC) 5
    9. Lindsay Schwartz (ABEO/Santa Barbara TC) 4
    10. Emilyn Dearman (unattached) (10)
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    Be great if Zamzow could PR to increase her Doha qualifying possibilities..
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    Weather delay announced at about 11:55. Hept HJ was about to begin when events were suspended because of impending hail storm. We had hail for 3-4 minutes at about 12:35.

    No sign of resumption as of 12:54 CDT.
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    announcement made at 1:00 that stadium would reopen at 1:20.
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    Bougard's 12.78 would win the Nationals in most countries
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    No pro contract for Zamzow? She was competing as a senior at the NCAAs, yet she's still competing in a Texas uniform and has Texas listed under her name in the start list.
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    you have to be REALLY good to get a pro contract as a multi-eventer
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    A very close (3 points) and high quality battle between Williams and Bougard. both can score above 6,600 and likely to be a medal contenders in Doha. Williams is better is the LJ (6.69 vs. 6.62) and JT (46.78 vs. 42.63) and should have ~100 advantage before the 800, which is the difference between the two in the 800 (2:08.24 vs. 2:15.31).

    The automatic qualifying score seems to be out of reach for all other competitors. However, both Hawkins and Kunz have an outside chance for a "q". These are the marks needed for 6,260 that should be enough for Doha.
    Chari Hawkins (3739) - 6.20 (6.29), 44.00 (44.15), 2:17.00 (2:15.01)
    Annie Kunz (3726) - 6.25 (6.30), 43.00 (43.41), 2:16.00 (2:15.58).
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    Quote Originally Posted by olorin View Post
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    However, both Hawkins and Kunz have an outside chance for a "q". These are the marks needed for 6,260 that should be enough for Doha.
    Chari Hawkins (3739) - 6.20 (6.29), 44.00 (44.15), 2:17.00 (1:15.01)
    annie Kunz (3726) - 6.25 (6.30), 43.00 (43.41), 2:16.00 (2:15.58).
    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    Um . . . whahapin to Zamzow?
    She is on the LJ results. For some reason the system wasn't listing points or LG performers until a jump had been taken. I was wondering where Bougard had gone for a couple minutes.
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