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    ¶2019 wWC SP: Lijiao Gong (China) 64-1¾ (19.55)
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    1. Lijiao Gong (China)
    2. Chase Ealey (USA)
    3. Christina Schwanitz (Germany)
    4. Brittany Crew (Canada)
    5. Danniel Thomas-Dodd (Jamaica)
    6. Maggie Ewen (USA)
    7. Anita Márton (Hungary)
    8. Fanny Roos (Sweden)
    9. Aliona Dubitskaya (Belarus)
    10. Paulina Guba (Poland)
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    Good start for Americans Ewen and Carter in qualifying -- Ewen reasonably close to her recent PR with 19.21 on her first throw and leading in the early going. That's well over 18.40 standard, so she can call it a day. Carter 18.85 on her 1st, her furthest since she won London bronze in '17.

    Ealey 17.90 on her first, so may need a better one to secure top 12. For the favorite Gong, 18.96 on her first.
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    Roos is out. Ealey out of the top 12 with one attempt to go.
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    Ealey is no longer in the top 12 after a foul on her 2nd throw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by donley2 View Post
    Ealey is no longer in the top 12 after a foul on her 2nd throw.
    Yikes. She's had such a great year. Really rooting for an 18.40 or better on that final heave.
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    18.35 for Ealey
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    Great PB of 18.61 for Sophie McKinna. Another event where GB rarely gets a finalist.

    Update - first since 1983!
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    Guba just barely makes it in 12th place with 18.04. Ealey and Crew are the only other lower-case qualifiers.
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    first time the U.S. will have 3 finalists since '97
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    Only one mark (18.05) that is not over or close to the Q (18.40)
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