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    ¶2019 mWC HJ: Mutaz Barshim (Qatar) 7-9¼ (2.37) WL
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    1. Maksim Nedasekau (Belarus)
    2. Ilya Ivanyuk (Russia)
    3. Mutaz Barshim (Qatar)
    4. Mikhail Akimenko (Russia)
    5. Andrii Protsenko (Ukraine)
    6. Brandon Starc (Australia)
    7. Yu Wang (China)
    8. Michael Mason (Canada)
    9. Majed El Dein Ghazal (Syria)
    10. Tihomir Ivanov (Bulgaria)
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    Tomorrow, we should all put our trifecta picks here - no one will get it!
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    Guys from war torn countries always inspire me. I hope Ghazal over performs!
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    Guys from war torn countries always inspire me. I hope Ghazal over performs!
    I remember that meet where Ghazal PR'd I think three times. An elite HJ'er PR'ing 3 times in one meet! That's amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by user4 View Post
    Guys from war torn countries always inspire me. I hope Ghazal over performs!
    I'm rooting for him!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fortius19 View Post
    I remember that meet where Ghazal PR'd I think three times. An elite HJ'er PR'ing 3 times in one meet! That's amazing.
    Go look at the World Junior meet a number of years back. A kid jumped 11 times in that one, had several PRs, a WJR and no misses. (hit 2.30?)
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    '96 Olympics

    Níki Bakoyiánni of Greece tied her PR at 1.96, then set NRs of 1.99, 2.01 and 2.03 to win silver.
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    Gennadiy Avdeyenko broke his PB 3 times (at 226, 229 and 232) to win the first World Championship in '83.

    This year's favorite, Nedasekau, almost did it at the Euro Juniors in '17; he equaled his PB at 226, missed once at 228, then set PBs at 230 and 233.
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    Looks ike Bondarenko has retired from the competition after one token attempt at 2.17.
    Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...
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    Barshim looking healthy at least.
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