European U23 Championships


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Re: European U23 Championships

Postby user4 » Fri Jul 12, 2013 2:15 pm

lionelp1 wrote:
LopenUupunut wrote:Monster foul for Cáceres :shock: Looked around 865-870... fouled by 15cm.

Caceres wins with 8.37. Don't know the wind speed. Yes , its +1.1.


Hang time was almost Yago Lamela-esque.
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Re: European U23 Championships

Postby LopenUupunut » Sat Jul 13, 2013 1:04 am

nevetsllim wrote:
LopenUupunut wrote:Monster foul for Cáceres :shock: Looked around 865-870... fouled by 15cm.
I'm glad someone else posted that! I initially thought the foul was 8.60m-plus but it's quite easy to overstate these things so I reigned in my estimate to about 8.50m. :wink:
I just analysed the big foul and (for control) the big legit jump. I found the big foul was 861 ± 2 cm - so it almost certainly was 860+, but not quite as huge as I initially thought :)
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Re: European U23 Championships

Postby LopenUupunut » Sat Jul 13, 2013 10:04 am

470 CR for Zhuk-Krasnova. Bengtsson fought well but was outclassed. Nice to see Zalewski win the m200 here after narrowly missing out at the World Juniors last year :)

Ingebrigtsen won the 5K after falling in the heats in the 1500. You'd think the Brits would have thought twice about jogging the first 3K with him in the race but no :?
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Re: European U23 Championships

Postby 26mi235 » Sat Jul 13, 2013 10:15 am

LopenUupunut wrote:470 CR for Zhuk-Krasnova.


what is 470?
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Re: European U23 Championships

Postby Daisy » Sat Jul 13, 2013 10:28 am

Pole vault 13 July

1 Angelina Zhuk-Krasnova RUS PB
    4.25/1 4.40/1 4.50/1 4.55/1 4.60/2 4.65/1 4.70/1
2 Anzhelika Sidorova RUS PB
    4.30/1 4.40/1 4.50/2 4.55/2 4.60/1 4.65/XXX
3 Angelica Bengtsson SWE SB
    4.15/2 4.30/1 4.40/2 4.45/3 4.50/1 4.55/2 4.60/XXX

http://www.european-athletics-statistic ... D=12843571
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Re: European U23 Championships

Postby Athletics » Sat Jul 13, 2013 11:51 am

Women's high jump also had decent results:

1. TROST, Alessia ITA 1.98m PB
2. PALSYTE, Airine LTU 1.92m =SB
3. KRASNOKUTSKAYA, Oksana RUS 1.90m =PB
4. POOLEY, Isobel GBR 1.90m =PB
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Re: European U23 Championships

Postby nevetsllim » Sun Jul 14, 2013 3:30 am

Johnson-Thompson's having a super heptathlon. She's been injured for most of the year and she wasn't sure what sort of shape she was in but she's currently 21-points ahead of PB schedule (4698 to 4677) which she set in the Olympics last year. She's still got one jump left in the LJ but her best mark so far is 6.28m despite stuttering badly on the run-up.

So far, she's done a 13.48 100mH, 1.89m HJ, 11.32m SP, 23.73 200m
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Re: European U23 Championships

Postby lapsus » Sun Jul 14, 2013 8:31 am

Gamze Bulut looked strong in the 5000m.

I have no idea who her coaches are and if they have connections to the recent Turkish busts, but if she can keep up her good performance level in Moscow too and not fade away, then maybe (just maybe) she's just a talented youngster breaking through at an unfortunate time.

Or just a big risk taker.
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Re: European U23 Championships

Postby andyjgt » Sun Jul 14, 2013 10:00 am

Why was Tsenov DQed in the chase?
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Re: European U23 Championships

Postby pakillo » Sun Jul 14, 2013 10:54 am

andyjgt wrote:Why was Tsenov DQed in the chase?

"Rule 163.3 (a) In all races run in lanes, each athlete shall keep within his allocated lane from start to finish. This shall also apply to any portion of a race run in lanes.
(b) In all races (or any part of races) not run in lanes, an athlete running on a bend, on the outer half of the track as per Rule 162.10, or on the diversion from the track for the steeplechase water jump, shall not step or run on or inside the kerb or line marking the applicable border (the inside of the track, the outer half of the track, or the diversion from the track for the steeplechase water jump).
Except as stated in Rule 163.4, if the Referee is satisfied, on the report of a Judge or Umpire or otherwise, that an athlete has violated this Rule, he shall be disqualified."

Bulgarian Federation says it's the rule 163.3 (b) . I'm not sure if it was shown on EAA live stream.
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Re: European U23 Championships

Postby mireille coco » Sun Jul 14, 2013 10:54 am

andyjgt wrote:Why was Tsenov DQed in the chase?


DQ rule 163.3b

He stepped out of the track after jumping the first obstacle in the last lap
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Re: European U23 Championships

Postby user4 » Mon Jul 15, 2013 2:29 pm

I thought the M400H winning performance was a pleasant surprise. The guy takes quite a few strides to get rolling but once he is in top gear not too shabby... kind of like watching a discus thrower run the hurdles:

1 BEKRIC, Emir SRB 0.218 48.76 NR
2 RODGER, Sebastian GBR 0.168 49.19 PB
3 MÄGI, Rasmus EST 0.146 49.19 NR
4 FLANNERY, Niall GBR 0.175 49.76
5 BROZ, Michal CZE 0.167 49.78 PB
6 KÖNIGSMARK, Varg GER 49.90 SB
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Re: European U23 Championships

Postby pakillo » Mon Jul 15, 2013 3:08 pm

user4 wrote:I thought the M400H winning performance was a pleasant surprise. The guy takes quite a few strides to get rolling but once he is in top gear not too shabby... kind of like watching a discus thrower run the hurdles
Seems to me that he's improving from race to race, totally confirmed Euro silver from last year. I won't be surprised if he goes sub 48.50 in Moscow. Looking big over the hurdles. He'll compete in Stara Zagora(BUL) before WCh.
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Re: European U23 Championships

Postby mump boy » Mon Jul 15, 2013 3:24 pm

LopenUupunut wrote:470 CR for Zhuk-Krasnova. Bengtsson fought well but was outclassed. Nice to see Zalewski win the m200 here after narrowly missing out at the World Juniors last year :)

Ingebrigtsen won the 5K after falling in the heats in the 1500. You'd think the Brits would have thought twice about jogging the first 3K with him in the race but no :?


Come on we know that British middle/long distance runners don't think :roll: (apart from Mo obvs)
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