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    2019 mWC PV: Sam Kendricks (US) 19-7 (5.97)
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    1. Sam Kendricks (USA)
    2. Mondo Duplantis (Sweden)
    3. Piotr Lisek (Poland)
    4. Paweł Wojciechowski (Poland)
    5. Cole Walsh (USA)
    6. Thiago Braz (Brazil)
    7. Renaud Lavillenie (France)
    8. Valentin Lavillenie (France)
    9. Raphael Holzdeppe (Germany)
    10. Augusto Dutra (Brazil)
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    This is my other must-see event (+110H . . . OK, fine, there's lots of them).

    I have a strong hunch that Mondo will put on a show, but I want Sam and Lisek to do well too.
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    I will guess 2 possibly 3 over 6m.

    I am bias but I predict

    Mondo, Kendricks, Lisek....The CR is in trouble I do think....
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    Quote Originally Posted by cajun5150 View Post
    I will guess 2 possibly 3 over 6m.
    I am bias but I predict
    Mondo, Kendricks, Lisek....The CR is in trouble I do think....
    Well, he already has the CR, but certainly could break the WCR!
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    I'd put money on Obiena getting into the top 8. He's been jumping really well lately and recently set a 5.81 PR.

    Blech is an interesting one to watch. He was a decathlete until recently and raised his PR from 5.43 to 5.80 this year.
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    I'd put money on Obiena getting into the top 8. He's been jumping really well lately and recently set a 5.81 PR.

    Blech is an interesting one to watch. He was a decathlete until recently and raised his PR from 5.43 to 5.80 this year.
    It is a shame that Eaton never dedicated himself to the PV post decathlon. I’m pretty sure that we would have seen at least that much improvement.
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    3 DNS's in qualifying
    Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    Well, he already has the CR, but certainly could break the WCR!
    The CR (meet record) is held by Markov 2001 6.05.......:roll:Screen Shot 2019-09-28 at 9.43.38 AM.jpg
    Last edited by cajun5150; 09-28-2019 at 02:44 PM.
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    I'm still not over Charlie Myers hitting the WC standard, and then not being selected for the team. Now Great Britain has no one there, the guy they did select is DNS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cajun5150 View Post
    The CR (meet record) is held by Markov 2001 6.05.......:roll:
    I think he was talking about the C(ollegiate)R as a joke.
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