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    2019 wUSATF HJ: Vashti Cunningham 6-5 (1.96)
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    1. Vashti Cunningham (Nike/Nevada Gazelles) 1
    2. Inika McPherson (unattached) 2
    3. Amina Smith (Shore AC) 10
    4. Zarriea Willis (Texas Tech) 8
    5. Liz Patterson (Santa Cruz TC) 3
    6. Nicole Greene (UNC) 5
    7. Ty Townsend (unattached) nr
    8. Jelena Rowe (Nevada Gazelles) nr
    9. Anna Peyton Malizia (Penn) nr
    10. Shelley Spires (USAF) (10)
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    I'm thinking 1.95 might be enough to make the team. If Vashti wins at 1.97-2.00, will she try for 2.03 (6-8)?
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    Cunningham is the only American with the Doha standard (194), and I doubt that's going to change here.
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    I'm rooting for Nicole G, the little 7th grade girl I taught to HJ!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LopenUupunut View Post
    Cunningham is the only American with the Doha standard (194), and I doubt that's going to change here.
    McPherson gets the standard as well.
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    One try at 2.01 and then shut down. Has a good medal shot in Doha.
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    Wish she would have kept jumping today, as she was doing so well and the try at 2.01 was not bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    I'm rooting for Nicole G, the little 7th grade girl I taught to HJ!!!
    Wow, how many athletes have you coached that went to TF USAs?
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    Administrative jump-off for places 5-6 was won by Amina Smith over Nicole Greene. Smith's j-o clearance was 1.82. They were tied officially at 1.83/6-0.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fortius19 View Post
    Wow, how many athletes have you coached that went to TF USAs?
    Just her and the last OT's Dec 4th placer. Trust me when I say that genetics is 90+% of the formula!
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