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    5.75 will equal the highest Q-round mark ever

    5.75 | 18-10¼ Jean Galfione (France) WC 93
    Denis Petushinskiy (Russia) WC 93
    Grigoriy Yegorov (Kazakhstan) WC 93
    Björn Otto (Germany) EIC 13
    Konstadínos Filippídis (Greece) EIC 13
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    Well, 3 of the 4 US and US-based guys who vaulted as college freshmen this past year did not make it to the final, but bravo for Zach Bradford, KC Lightfoot and Sondre Guttormsen. Some amazing young guys in the sport and can't believe just over a year ago those guys were high schoolers.

    (and of course, there's Mondo; kind of used to his mind-boggling excellence by now)
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    Wojciechowski is out Ties for 13th with Filippidis after Holzdeppe cleared 5.75 on his last attempt to move past them. Everyone else who cleared 5.70 makes the final.
    Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...
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    mondo XX0 Q 5.75
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    12 moving only 8 Qs less than I thought...
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    #26
    I got the vibe that many over 5.70 thought they were safe, Mondo being one of them. Mentally he wasn't there when they started jumping at 5.75 after all.
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    advanced from chart

    1. Sam Kendricks (USA)
    2. Mondo Duplantis (Sweden)
    3. Piotr Lisek (Poland)
    5. Cole Walsh (USA)
    6. Thiago Braz (Brazil)
    8. Valentin Lavillenie (France)
    9. Raphael Holzdeppe (Germany)
    10. Augusto Dutra (Brazil)

    didn't advance
    4. Paweł Wojciechowski (Poland)
    7. Renaud Lavillenie (France)
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    Quote Originally Posted by gh View Post
    advanced from chart

    1. Sam Kendricks (USA)
    2. Mondo Duplantis (Sweden)
    3. Piotr Lisek (Poland)
    5. Cole Walsh (USA)
    6. Thiago Braz (Brazil)
    8. Valentin Lavillenie (France)
    9. Raphael Holzdeppe (Germany)
    10. Augusto Dutra (Brazil)

    didn't advance
    4. Paweł Wojciechowski (Poland)
    7. Renaud Lavillenie (France)
    both of those guys being out is surprising...lavillenie a little less so but still pretty unexpected. wonder when the last time he wasn't in a major final
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    #29
    Braz looked really sharp in this qualifier. 5.90+ shape for sure. Kendricks also, of course, but what's new.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trackk View Post
    Braz looked really sharp in this qualifier. 5.90+ shape for sure. Kendricks also, of course, but what's new.
    Yes, I thought Braz looked consistently good (but I only saw a couple vaults, so...). Would Mondo have been out if he did not clear 5.75 (I don't know the countback).
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