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    ¶2019 wWC PV: Anzhelika Sidorova (Russia) 16-2¾ (4.95)
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    1. Anzhelika Sidorova (Russia)
    2. Katerína Stefanídi (Greece)
    3. Alysha Newman (Canada)
    4. Katie Nageotte (USA)
    5. Sandi Morris (USA)
    6. Yarisley Silva (Cuba)
    7. Robeilys Peinado (Venezuela)
    8. Jenn Suhr (USA)
    9. Holly Bradshaw (Great Britain)
    10. Angelica Bengtsson (Sweden)
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    I can't believe that Stef will lose or that Sandi won't medal. But then again . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    I can't believe that Stef will lose or that Sandi won't medal. But then again . . .
    Yep, I keep thinking "this" meet (insert current Diamond League or championship) will be the one where Morris returns to form. Maybe this will be it.
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    Incredibly disappointed to have no field event streams for the prelims this year. Can't believe we are so aggressively moving backwards as a sport.

    Blah blah blah I know back in the day you all had to wait for results in the newspaper.

    It is 2019, we have camera crews at both pole vault pits, and the people in power have made a conscious decision NOT to make their footage available to the fans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by polevaultpower View Post
    Incredibly disappointed to have no field event streams for the prelims this year. Can't believe we are so aggressively moving backwards as a sport.
    Could not agree more. WHY
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    It doesn't bode well for following the multis, either. Not to mention that they scheduled them to run concurrently over 2 days.
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    Also, not seeing live results from this. Or am I being thick? They have flashed a few results when they cutaway.
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    at the top of the IAAF timetable page there's a Live button
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    14 women clear at 4.60 already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by polevaultpower View Post
    Incredibly disappointed to have no field event streams for the prelims this year. Can't believe we are so aggressively moving backwards as a sport.
    Who is 'we'? Over here we do get live stream at least from field events with Polish participation.
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