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    ¶2019 wWC DT: Yaimé Pérez (Cuba) 226-11 (69.17)
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    T&FN formchart

    1. Yaimé Pérez (Cuba)
    2. Denia Caballero (Cuba)
    3. Sandra Perković (Croatia)
    4. Feng Bin (China)
    5. Kristin Pudenz (Germany)
    6. Valarie Allman (USA)
    7. Nadine Müller (Germany)
    8. Chen Yang (China)
    9. Claudine Vita (Germany)
    10. Shadae Lawrence (Jamaica)
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    Perez 67.78 in round 1 of qualifying! Robert-Michon showing her championship pedigree once again with a big SB of 64.02.
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    Perez 67.78 in round 1 of qualifying! Robert-Michon showing her championship pedigree once again with a big SB of 64.02.
    Perez is one of my favorite throwers to watch. So athletic and powerful.
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    Is there a way to get a live link?
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    No drama from Perković this time; 65.20 Q in round 1. Caballero, OTOH, starts with a foul.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powell View Post
    No drama from Perković this time; 65.20 Q in round 1. Caballero, OTOH, starts with a foul.
    Was it WC or last Olympics that she (perkovic) advanced the final with 3rd shot, after failing first two?
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    It was in the last Olympics that she started with two fouls in qualifying, and then did the same in the final en route to taking gold. I think that wasn't the only occasion when she struggled in the early rounds.
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    Allman hanging on the bubble.....
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    Big PR 2nd through by American Laulauga Tausaga to advance. Her teammate Val Allman from the first round sits in 12th at this point.
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    12 women over 62
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