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    2019 wUSATF JT: Ariana Ince 200-4 (61.06)
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    1. Kara Winger (Asics) 1
    2. Ariana Ince (Velaasa) 2
    3. Kylee Carter (Auburn) nr
    4. Jenna Gray (Stanford) 4
    5. Maggie Malone (Nike) (4)
    6. Avione Allgood (Nike/US Army) 3
    7. Chase Wolinski (Nebraska) nr
    8. Beth Drake (Oiselle) 6
    9. Skylar Ciccolini (Pennsylvania HS) nr
    10. Seri Geisler (Arizona State) nr
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    Winger misses on No. 10, but she and Ince are the team
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    My daughters and I got quite a kick out of Danielle Collier's squeaky noise she makes when she throws. She sounded a bit like a peacock. Eeeyyah!
    You there, on the motorbike! Sell me one of your melons!
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    Ince had two very short throws out of the gate, barely made the final on her 3rd, then finally got a big one on her 5th.

    Ciccolini ended her season after Pan Am U20s (silver); her back was bothering her quite a bit. Two other preps competed, however, Sydney Juszczyk 13th and Meghan Owens 15th.
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    Ari (former pole vaulter) told me today that javelins are much easier to travel with than poles!
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    Quote Originally Posted by polevaultpower View Post
    Ari (former pole vaulter) told me today that javelins are much easier to travel with than poles!
    For three straight years (2004-06), I watched a talented pole vaulter from my high school come in a frustrated second place to Ince at the Texas state meet. Imagine my surprise when I saw Ince's name resurface in the javelin. Not bad for an athlete from a state that doesn't even contest the javelin in high school.
    "Run fast and keep turning left."
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    Ari (former pole vaulter) told me today that javelins are much easier to travel with than poles!
    13-5 in 2011 at Rice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Kritzler View Post
    13-5 in 2011 at Rice.
    She picked up a pole for fun a few years ago, after a few years off from PV, and went like 4.40 or 4.45 and a small club meet.

    I have no doubt that if she focused on PV now, she would be a USATF qualifier, but better shot of international success in javelin
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    She picked up a pole for fun a few years ago, after a few years off from PV, and went like 4.40 or 4.45 and a small club meet.
    I have no doubt that if she focused on PV now, she would be a USATF qualifier, but better shot of international success in javelin
    Potentially great day 2 of decathlon !
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    Quote Originally Posted by polevaultpower View Post
    She picked up a pole for fun a few years ago, after a few years off from PV, and went like 4.40 or 4.45 and a small club meet.

    I have no doubt that if she focused on PV now, she would be a USATF qualifier, but better shot of international success in javelin
    Tilastopaja has her at 4.20i and 4.24i in Feb 2017. First comp vaults since May 2011.
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