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    ¶2019 mWC JT: Anderson Peters (Grenada) 285-1 (86.89)
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    T&FN Formchart:

    1. Magnus Kirt (Estonia)
    2. Johannes Vetter (Germany)
    3. Andreas Hofmann (Germany)
    4. Chao-Tsun Cheng (Taiwan)
    5. Julius Yego (Kenya)
    6. Anderson Peters (Grenada)
    7. Keshorn Walcott (Trinidad)
    8. Kim Amb (Sweden)
    9. Jakub Vadlejch (Czech Republic)
    10. Edis Matusevičius (Lithuania)
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    Vetter with 89.35 in round 1! Weber also gets a Q and Yego gets very close with 83.86, nearly sure of qualifying even if he doesn't improve, I would think.
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    Germans off to a great start in qualifying, but that won't surprise too many.
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    Plenty of good starts, Peters is in 7th with 82.06 and it's only the beginning of round 2.
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    BTW, when was Weber added to the German team? I remember he was not on the original lineup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powell View Post
    BTW, when was Weber added to the German team? I remember he was not on the original lineup.
    Seifert scratched a few weeks ago because he's lost his early-season form due to problems with his left leg, Weber replaced him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LopenUupunut View Post
    Seifert scratched a few weeks ago because he's lost his early-season form due to problems with his left leg, Weber replaced him.
    Good for Weber. I remember him talking about his disappointment with not being selected when he won at the ETC. He showed good form in the second half of the season and I thought he deserved a place anyway.
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    Much weaker start in group B. Walcott just over Q with 84.44, but noone else coming close. Second place after round 1 is just over 82.
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    Kirt 88.36 in round 2; but Hofmann and Röhler are both in trouble.
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    Hofmann and Röhler both out!
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