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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby nianchengyu » Mon Feb 04, 2013 3:25 am

18-year-old Nafissatou Thiam of BEL scored 4558p/ 8.65 1.84 14.00 6.30 2:21.18, :D ,Michelle Carter 18.35m SP,Ryan Whiting 21.59m world-leading mark.
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby mump boy » Mon Feb 04, 2013 3:32 am

Blues wrote:
LNO wrote:
LNO wrote:Irene Ekelund(SWE) 23.69 age 15!


And today: 7.38,23.52!


Seems this young lady has a ton of potential, especially considering that she'll get stronger and possibly move up to even higher level coaching in the future. She'll turn 16 in March.. Video of her 23.69 from last week is below. Her 23.52 would currently rank 10th on the TFRRS USA Division 1 Collegiate list.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vNPTx_O8Gg


BUt how many female teenage sprint prodigies go on to improve as adults ? in the UK it's practically none :(
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby eldanielfire » Mon Feb 04, 2013 1:38 pm

mump boy wrote:
Blues wrote:
LNO wrote:
LNO wrote:Irene Ekelund(SWE) 23.69 age 15!


And today: 7.38,23.52!


Seems this young lady has a ton of potential, especially considering that she'll get stronger and possibly move up to even higher level coaching in the future. She'll turn 16 in March.. Video of her 23.69 from last week is below. Her 23.52 would currently rank 10th on the TFRRS USA Division 1 Collegiate list.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vNPTx_O8Gg


BUt how many female teenage sprint prodigies go on to improve as adults ? in the UK it's practically none :(


Sweden seem to have a good track record in getting talented kids to adult elite performers. However the Uk seems to be getting better. The likes of Jess Judd, Johnson-Thompson, etc of recent breakthrough years appear to be genuinely bucking the former trend.
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby mump boy » Mon Feb 04, 2013 1:45 pm

They're still teenagers
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby 26mi235 » Mon Feb 04, 2013 1:53 pm

Shaun Barber freshman 18-3¾ (5.58m) and earlier NCAA leader at 18-4 (5.60m),
Japheth Cato, Wisconsin, 6024 Heptathlon

Barbara Geubelle, Kansas, 21-11½ (6.69m)
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby eldanielfire » Mon Feb 04, 2013 2:04 pm

mump boy wrote:They're still teenagers



Whoa re already clocking elite athlete perfromances. The UK has had prior problems bringing talent to adult ability, not in athletes going backwards in their teenage years. We are now getting some already bucking this trend.
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby fasttrack85 » Mon Feb 04, 2013 5:38 pm

Surprised no one mentioned Kimberlyn Duncan's 7.16 at the armory. She has dropped her 60 pr twice in a row. I am sure that will transfer well to the longer distances outdoors.
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby fasttrack85 » Mon Feb 04, 2013 5:42 pm

Also big.... Janay Deloach well known for long jump wins 60 meter hurdles in Boston in 7.97.
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby fasttrack85 » Mon Feb 04, 2013 6:30 pm

stoffert wrote:Irene Ekelund SWE born 1997;

7,38 60m
23,52 200m



I will be following this girl closely. It is going to take alot to screw up the natural talent that she has. In perspective she is probably capable of running around 23 flat outdoors in the middle of winter. Her numbers right now are reminding me of Allyson Felix and Marion Jones. She is def one to watch.
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby jazzcyclist » Mon Feb 04, 2013 7:38 pm

fasttrack85 wrote:Surprised no one mentioned Kimberlyn Duncan's 7.16 at the armory. She has dropped her 60 pr twice in a row. I am sure that will transfer well to the longer distances outdoors.

There's a post-race interview with her at LSU Track & Field's facebook.
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby fasttrack85 » Mon Feb 04, 2013 10:14 pm

Aurieyall Scott new world leading time 23.14. The 200 is starting to get poppin.
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby lionelp1 » Mon Feb 04, 2013 11:48 pm

mump boy wrote:
Blues wrote:
LNO wrote:
LNO wrote:Irene Ekelund(SWE) 23.69 age 15!


And today: 7.38,23.52!


Seems this young lady has a ton of potential, especially considering that she'll get stronger and possibly move up to even higher level coaching in the future. She'll turn 16 in March.. Video of her 23.69 from last week is below. Her 23.52 would currently rank 10th on the TFRRS USA Division 1 Collegiate list.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vNPTx_O8Gg


BUt how many female teenage sprint prodigies go on to improve as adults ? in the UK it's practically none :(


Heaven protect us from a stream of sprint or other prodigies... even the teenies in East Africa already elite runners burn themselves out so frequently.... exceptions exist of course. I am reluctant to take seriously for the future any athlete under 18 and even the the world class juniors of 18/19 so often don't do the elite business... there are of course exceptions.. just hope that Jacko Gill does not do a Nesterenko... rather a Storl.

Jess Judd was mentioned by Eldaniel... remember to have a look at the Britishwomens under 20 stats for women in this event... a good number never went to the elite at national /international level.
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby iain » Mon Feb 04, 2013 11:49 pm

Also Margaret Adeoye (GB) 22.98
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby mump boy » Tue Feb 05, 2013 2:28 am

iain wrote:Also Margaret Adeoye (GB) 22.98


Wow 3rd best UK of all time and only .04 slower than her outdoor best :D
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby Marlow » Tue Feb 05, 2013 10:02 am

26mi235 wrote:Geubelle 21-11½ (6.69m)

Who else thinks she is underachieving in the TJ (as good as she is . . . for an Ami)?
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby TN1965 » Tue Feb 05, 2013 11:27 am

Blues wrote:... And he finished second to Gebrhiwet, whose "official" date of birth is listed as May 11, 1994 making him just 18, who I think might have added another World Junior record to his outdoor world junior 5000 record, if his 7:32.87 holds up..


Didn't Solinsky say "East Africans do not want to hurt from 1000m out? :lol:
What does he know? What a brilliant race by Gebrhiwet! :)
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby 26mi235 » Tue Feb 05, 2013 11:50 am

Marlow wrote:
26mi235 wrote:Geubelle 21-11½ (6.69m)

Who else thinks she is underachieving in the TJ (as good as she is . . . for an Ami)?


Well, her best TJ is over 14m, so they are similar in quality. And teh LJ was this season, although her TJs this season are modest at 13+
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby ATK » Fri Feb 08, 2013 8:56 pm

Regina George ran a WL of 51.67 at Tyson today
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby 26mi235 » Fri Feb 08, 2013 9:58 pm

A pretty good collegiate 5000 at the Husky Invite, including the top 3 within 0.01:

1 Williams, Kevin Oklahoma 13:38.57
2 Kipchirchir, Shadrack Oklahoma State 13:38.57
3 Rotich, Anthony Utep 13:38.58
4 Darling, Maverick Wisconsin 13:38.71
5 Elkaim, Jeramy Oregon 13:39.35
6 Caldwell, Luke New Mexico 13:40.39
7 Ahmed, Mohammed Wisconsin 13:40.43
8 Ward, Jared Byu 13:41.97
9 Kebenei, Stanley Arkansas 13:42.15
10 Lowry, Dan Michigan 13:42.48
11 Aprill, Bobby Michigan 13:44.34
12 Thatcher, Tylor Byu 13:45.43
13 Bouchikhi, Soufiane Eastern Kentucky 13:48.47
14 Chelimo, Micah Alaska Anchorage 13:51.19
15 Springer, Andrew Georgetown 13:51.72
16 Fay, Dustin Ucla 13:51.96
17 Krause, Elliot Wisconsin 13:53.60
18 Olson, Erik Stanford 13:54.55
19 Dennin, Mark Georgetown 13:54.68
20 Proctor, Gabriel Western State 13:55.37
21 Jarvis, Collin California 13:56.36
22 Werley, Lane Ucla 13:57.10
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby dukehjsteve » Sat Feb 09, 2013 4:47 am

Indiana University's Derek Drouin is still flying high:

Hoosier Hills Invit. Bloomington, IN 2/8/13

2.33 7' 7 1/2 clean daylight clearance, new Gladstein Fieldhouse record
3 misses at 2.35 (none real close)
I know all this as I was officiating the HJ.
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby jamboy » Sat Feb 09, 2013 7:20 am

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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby marknhj » Sat Feb 09, 2013 8:39 am

Bleasdale just made 4.77m and is attempting 4.90m (UKA streaming live)
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby Weights&Shoes » Sat Feb 09, 2013 8:48 am

Anywhere to stream the UK Indoor Championships?
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby lionelp1 » Sat Feb 09, 2013 9:14 am

Stream my ass; i luckily got some sound but no picture once but then I have not a seen video for the meet; tried again aftera break and got nowt; typical British cock-up. Band width all wrong or software ???
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby marknhj » Sat Feb 09, 2013 9:27 am

lionelp1 wrote:Stream my ass; i luckily got some sound but no picture once but then I have not a seen video for the meet; tried again aftera break and got nowt; typical British cock-up. Band width all wrong or software ???


I couldn't get it when I first tried then read on twitter they had a techno cock-up which was fixed. But when I did get on it kept freezing so I eventually aborted. Saw about 70% while I was on but eventually gave up as it was getting irritating. Saw Bleasdale bail out of each attempt at 4.90m though.
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby shivfan » Sat Feb 09, 2013 2:03 pm

jamboy wrote:Jamaica's Lerone Clarke 6.52 60m


http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xxdq28 ... RZo5aVV6Q7


A good win, since the commies were hyping this as a Vicault-vs-Perez final....

http://www.trackalerts.com/news/lead-st ... son-opener
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby eldanielfire » Sun Feb 10, 2013 1:08 am

marknhj wrote:
lionelp1 wrote:Stream my ass; i luckily got some sound but no picture once but then I have not a seen video for the meet; tried again aftera break and got nowt; typical British cock-up. Band width all wrong or software ???


I couldn't get it when I first tried then read on twitter they had a techno cock-up which was fixed. But when I did get on it kept freezing so I eventually aborted. Saw about 70% while I was on but eventually gave up as it was getting irritating. Saw Bleasdale bail out of each attempt at 4.90m though.



Yeah I'm pleased she got a stadium record and WL but the manner in which she choked the 4.90m is worrying considering how she easily bowed out of the Olympics. I'm not sure she copes well with pressure in certain moments.
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby aaronk » Sun Feb 10, 2013 4:24 am

Some good collegiate stuff from the Tyson meet:

Aurieyall Scott.....22.68
Kim Duncan........22.72
Andrea Geubelle...45-7 3/4

Geubelle is CL in both the LJ and TJ.

ADD: Geubelle NOT the CL in TJ!!
But still an indoor PR for her!!
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby fasttrack85 » Sun Feb 10, 2013 5:31 am

aaronk wrote:Some good collegiate stuff from the Tyson meet:

Aurieyall Scott.....22.68
Kim Duncan........22.72
Andrea Geubelle...45-7 3/4

Geubelle is CL in both the LJ and TJ.

ADD: Geubelle NOT the CL in TJ!!
But still an indoor PR for her!!



Ain't it ironic that Kimberly Duncan's first defeat comes with a pr? Aurieyall Scott is proving she is the new blue chip it girl in the 200. Kim has some real competition now and I like that.
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby aaronk » Sun Feb 10, 2013 6:36 am

Forgot to mention NCAA cross country champ Kennedy Kithuka now has run 13:26.65 for 5000 indoors, the fastest this year....and it's on a legal-size track!!
Second in that race was one MINUTE back!!!
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby MDelano » Sun Feb 10, 2013 10:58 am

Dutch multi's championships Apeldoorn Feb. 9-10

Eelco Sintnicolaas 6341 NR, WL, 12th AT
6.97, 7.50, 14.01, 2.08, 7.88, 5.40, 2:41.30

Pb was 6175 points, notable improvement in high jump, never over 2.00m.
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby Dietmar239 » Mon Feb 11, 2013 6:56 am

dukehjsteve wrote:Indiana University's Derek Drouin is still flying high:

Hoosier Hills Invit. Bloomington, IN 2/8/13

2.33 7' 7 1/2 clean daylight clearance, new Gladstein Fieldhouse record
3 misses at 2.35 (none real close)
I know all this as I was officiating the HJ.


Matter of time for his 2.35m. He's a prodigy and has recovered well from his surgery.
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby justrunfast » Mon Feb 11, 2013 9:08 am

fasttrack85 wrote:
aaronk wrote:Some good collegiate stuff from the Tyson meet:

Aurieyall Scott.....22.68
Kim Duncan........22.72
Andrea Geubelle...45-7 3/4

Geubelle is CL in both the LJ and TJ.

ADD: Geubelle NOT the CL in TJ!!
But still an indoor PR for her!!



Ain't it ironic that Kimberly Duncan's first defeat comes with a pr? Aurieyall Scott is proving she is the new blue chip it girl in the 200. Kim has some real competition now and I like that.


Any video links for that 200m race?
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby 26mi235 » Mon Feb 11, 2013 9:29 pm

justrunfast wrote:
fasttrack85 wrote:
aaronk wrote:Some good collegiate stuff from the Tyson meet:

Aurieyall Scott.....22.68
Kim Duncan........22.72



Ain't it ironic that Kimberly Duncan's first defeat comes with a pr? Aurieyall Scott is proving she is the new blue chip it girl in the 200. Kim has some real competition now and I like that.


Any video links for that 200m race?


See the home page link for the video of the 2.25 HJ in Taiwo's Hept. If you do that one, the 200 is available lower down.


Also, we all know that the outer lanes are absolutely necessary to do well in the 200 (and is why it was dropped from the WIC). The 0.04 differential between the two is possibly accounted for by the differences between lanes 5 and 6.
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby j-a-m » Tue Feb 12, 2013 8:58 am

ATK wrote:Regina George ran a WL of 51.67 at Tyson today

This could be a good season in the collegiate w400 (and w4x400, for that matter).
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby Marlow » Tue Feb 12, 2013 3:48 pm

Ryan Whiting today in Poland 21.38m (70-7ish)
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby 26mi235 » Tue Feb 12, 2013 3:49 pm

j-a-m wrote:
ATK wrote:Regina George ran a WL of 51.67 at Tyson today

This could be a good season in the collegiate w400 (and w4x400, for that matter).


And 52.3 being just the third best on the list.
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby andyjgt » Wed Feb 13, 2013 11:38 am

1st day Ukrainian champs, Sumy:

Hep: Fyodorova 4622 (8.75 1.85 14.94 6.16 2:17.20), Mokhnyuk (91) 4507 (8.34 1.82 12.83 6.24 2:20.86) (no Dobrynska, Yosypenko or Melnychenko)
Melnychenko 8.26 60H (Plotitsyna 8.19), 6.06 Q LJ (6.06 x 6.05)

SP: Savytskyy 20.27, A Semenov 18.90 (19.60 in Q)
60H: Kasyanov 7.85, Kopanayko 7.86
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby Alexander G. » Thu Feb 14, 2013 4:01 am

Russian championships, Feb 12&13 (1st&2nd days)

m60: 1. Aleksandr Brednev 6.68
m60H: 1. Sergey Shubenkov 7.50 =WL
2. Konstantin Shabanov 7.67
m200: 1. Pavel Trenikhin 21.26 (400m runner, 21.25 in heat)
m400: 1. Valentin Kruglyakov 47.05 (46.97 in heat)
m800: 1. Ivan Nesterov 1:48.11 (1:47.69 in heat)
m3000: 1. Valentin Smirnov 7:47.01
mSP: 1. Maksim Sidorov 20.10
mTJ: 1. Ruslan Samitov 17.06

w60: 1. Yuliya Katsura 7.28
w60H: 1. Yuliya Kondakova 7.95
w200: 1. Yelizaveta Savlinis 23.42
w400: 1. Kseniya Ustalova 51.31 WL
2. Kseniya Zadorina 52.29
3. Olga Tovarnova 52.46
w800: 1. Yelena Kotulskaya-Kofanova 2:02.24 (2:00.90 in heat)
2. Marina Pospelova 2:02.38 (2:00.97)
3. Svetlana Podosyonova 2:02.98 (2:00.32)
Svetlana Cherkasova 2:01.66, Yelena Soboleva 2:01.93 not qualified for final
w3000: 1. Svetlana Kireyeva 8:48.27
wHJ: 1. Tatyana Kivimyagi 1.91
wLJ: 1. Darya Klishina 6.80
wPV: 1. Anastasiya Savchenko 4.70
wSP: 1. Yevgeniya Kolodko 19.24
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Re: 2013 Indoor Results

Postby FrankieB » Sun Feb 17, 2013 11:21 am

fasttrack85 wrote:
stoffert wrote:Irene Ekelund SWE born 1997;

7,38 60m
23,52 200m



I will be following this girl closely. It is going to take alot to screw up the natural talent that she has. In perspective she is probably capable of running around 23 flat outdoors in the middle of winter. Her numbers right now are reminding me of Allyson Felix and Marion Jones. She is def one to watch.




Irene Ekelund today won 200m in Swedish Indoor championships on 23,15, breaking the national record by 0,32. This makes her nr7 in the world so far, and all that at age 15.
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