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Postby mojo » Fri Dec 09, 2005 8:13 am

Jon wrote:
gm wrote:how many of you have ever been to a Golden League meet?


Yup, Rome 2004.


Another elitist checks in. :twisted: :twisted:











:wink:

I wanna be an elitist! :cry:
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Postby marknhj » Fri Dec 09, 2005 9:09 am

Had to do some research but here are the mens I can positively identify:

9.86
19.80
43.66
13.00.41
12.97
47.24
2.36m
8.66m
17.78m
22.52m
8847
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Postby Oldtimer » Fri Dec 09, 2005 9:22 am

quote="Jon"]
gm wrote:how many of you have ever been to a Golden League meet?


Elitist here...
30+ for me, including when it was just the Golden 4.
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Postby mike renfro » Fri Dec 09, 2005 3:42 pm

[/quote]- how many of you have ever been to a Golden League meet?[/quote]

Not I. I attended Zurich Weltklasse in '81 & '87, but that was WAY prior to GL..
I would like to do a vacation in Belgium/Netherlands wrapped around Van Damme.
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Postby SQUACKEE » Fri Dec 09, 2005 5:11 pm

gm wrote:
kuha wrote:"Hell, with enough cash anyone can go to Zurich and see a bunch of superior marks every year. I'm always more impressed by that "Wow!" performance that comes in an unexpected place."

I humbly admit that you are completely correct. What is the point in making any effort to see superior marks? Why bother going to Europe to see good meets? All it takes is money, after all! Where's the challenge in that? The best idea: stay in one place, keep your head in the sand, and let the great performances come to YOU. Yeah! That's the ticket!!


Hey, to each his own, I say. You keep your snobby, elitist, money-fueled list and I'll stick with my "everyman" list :lol: Glad to know you are wealthy enough to make all the big meets.

That does bring up a good question for the masses (using that term loosely) who populate this board -- how many of you have ever been to a Golden League meet?


there once was a warm and unassuming track fan who made the effort to journey to a faraway land to witness the greatest, the fastest and the strongest. when he made his way back he kindly sought to share his wonderful memories with like minded souls. to his surprise not everyone was happy to hear what a wonderous time he had experienced. some called him a snob and an elitist. some were jealous but he kept posting because he knew there were kindred spirits who even though they had never ventured to such faraway lands, marveled and appreciated every word.
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Postby bad hammy » Fri Dec 09, 2005 5:16 pm

SQUACKEE wrote:some were jealous but he kept posting because he knew there were kindred spirits who even though they had never ventured to such faraway lands, marveled and appreciated every word.

I am envious, not jealous. If I had the resources I’d be sitting in the stands with kuha every time.
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Postby SQUACKEE » Fri Dec 09, 2005 5:54 pm

bad hammy wrote:
SQUACKEE wrote:some were jealous but he kept posting because he knew there were kindred spirits who even though they had never ventured to such faraway lands, marveled and appreciated every word.

I am envious, not jealous. If I had the resources I’d be sitting in the stands with kuha every time.


me also. i might ask the rich bastard to buy me a brat wurst and bier, bitter. und snell!!
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Postby gm » Fri Dec 09, 2005 8:23 pm

Guess the tongue was much too firmly in cheek :?

I was trying to elicit responses from those here who maybe don't have the wherewithal to get to OG/WC/GL meets. I would really be interested, for example, in what the best "non-major" performance witnessed by Mark would be. Something at a CG, maybe, or a British league meet, etc. Or someone who has been to a bunch of NCAA champs.

One of my best memories at a non-major is the 8.14 LJ by then-junior Sheddric Fields at a small meet in Cwmbran on a U.S. "B" team tour.
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Postby Bob H » Sat Dec 10, 2005 12:51 pm

gm wrote:One of my best memories at a non-major is the 8.14 LJ by then-junior Sheddric Fields at a small meet in Cwmbran on a U.S. "B" team tour.

One of my best memories of a non-major was the 2.33m (7-7 3/4) high jump of Vladimir Yashchenko in the 1977 US-USSR Junior dual meet. That jump broke Dwight Stones's World Record--not exactly what anyone expected to see at a junior meet held at a local track in Richmond, VA.
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Postby gh » Tue Dec 13, 2005 10:16 am

Dang---my 100 PR just dropped to 9.80.
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Postby 26mi235 » Tue Dec 13, 2005 11:22 am

My small meet marks of note include:

8:46 3000 from SFH at the UW May Twilight meet (about 2000?)

~60m jav at the Big Tens (2003?),

2:01i or 2:02i (probably) from Amy Wickus two months before she set the Collegiate record in Indy

And four that I had the opportunity to witness as an official:

4.10m PV from a (former) walk-on at UW May Twilight meet,

1.78 HJ at a JO regional meet from an Intermediate (I think) athlete with an entry mark nowhere close, and this one I got to officiate

2.27i in the HJ at the UW indoor Invite from someone 5'10" (J. Fischer) and this one I got to officiate

~18' 5" in the Deca PV (might have been only 18' 1" made, 18' 5" attempted) at Big Tens.


The only big meet was the Big Tens, but I did not expect just about the best US mark of the year (or one of the best of the millenium).
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Postby tandfman » Fri Oct 06, 2006 6:26 pm

Since I won't be going to any more track meets this year, I've just done my annual update. My list of spectator PR's appears in the first post of this thread. If you have not previously read the message above the list, please do. The whole point of the exercise is really not the list--it's the message. If you go to track meets and don't keep your own personal list of spectator PR's, you're missing a fun way to enhance your enjoyment of the sport and of the meets that you do attend.
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Postby pv22' » Fri Oct 06, 2006 7:06 pm

My PRs surely cant compare but the awe I felt?

1986 Mt.Sac (I think,I was 13)

Billy Olson,Joe Dial and Earl Bell.

Saw The KING win the 100m (I think).

The thing I remember most was standing near the hot dog stand and Earl ran by me towards the bathroom..."WOW! HE is tall!"

The next year I went to a Dec invatational near Stuttgart. My mom went up to Hissegen and got his autograph for me. And hit on her!!!!! Man, I should whooped his a$$!!!! LOL!
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Postby tandfman » Mon Nov 05, 2007 1:24 pm

The Mile PR thread that was opened today reminded me that I haven't yet done my annual bump of this thread. If you're new here, take a look at the first post on the thread--not just the marks but the message as well.

I'll say again (as I think I do every year) that keeping track of your own spectator PR's really can add to the enjoyment you get from going to track meets. I know it has added to mine.
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Postby Jon » Mon Nov 05, 2007 2:15 pm

Latest update, as of Sep 2008. Very few additions (in bold) this season unfortunately :?

Men Outdoor:
100m - 9.77
200m - 19.84
400m - 43.99
800m - 1:43.88
1500m - 3:30.25
Mile - 3:49.84
3000m - 7:33.54
2 miles - 8:11.16
5000m - 12:46.53
Mar - 2:10:54
3000mSC - 7:59.65
110mH - 13.11
400mH - 48.35
HJ - 2.34
PV - 5.90
LJ - 8.45
TJ - 17.65
SP - 22.45
DT - 69.22
HT - 79.31
JT - 87.59
4x100m - 38.30
4x400m - 3:01.70

Men Indoor:
60m - 6.46
200m - 20.53
400m - 45.34
800m - 1:45.69
1000m - 2:14.96 WR
1500m - 3:34.26
2000m - 4:49.99 WR
3000m - 7:32.43
2 Miles - 8:04.35 WR
5000m - 12:49.60 WR
60mH - 7.36
HJ - 2.40
PV - 5.90
LJ - 8.40
TJ - 17.83 WR
SP - 21.57
Hept - 6438
4x400 - 3:04.09

Women Outdoor:
100m - 11.00 (10.89w)
200m - 22.25
400m - 49.05
800m - 1:57.22
1500m - 4:01.15
3000m - 8:29.55
5000m - 14:37.99
10000m - 30:17.15
Mar - 2:34:35
3000mSC - 9:40.95
100mH - 12.57
400mH - 54.04
HJ - 2.05
PV - 4.91
LJ - 7.01
TJ - 14.98
SP - 19.69
DT - 65.54
HT - 76.50
JT - 70.20
4x100m - 42.78
4x400m - 3:23.51

Women Indoor:
60m - 7.04
200m - 22.18
400m - 50.02
800m - 1:57.72
1000m - 2:32.96
1500m - 4:01.67
3000m - 8:31.94
60mH - 7.75
HJ - 2.05
PV - 4.90 WR
LJ - 6.98
TJ - 15.36 WR
SP - 20.55
Pent - 4948
4x400 - 3:23.88 WR
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Postby lonewolf » Mon Nov 05, 2007 4:37 pm

I have never compiled a list of the best performances I have witnessed and may be too far behind to start now but have a questions about the ground rules.
If one is officiating another event concurrent with an exceptional performance in another event but duties prevented actually observing the event, does it count?
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Postby tandfman » Mon Nov 05, 2007 5:32 pm

lonewolf wrote:I have never compiled a list of the best performances I have witnessed and may be too far behind to start now but have a questions about the ground rules.
If one is officiating another event concurrent with an exceptional performance in another event but duties prevented actually observing the event, does it count?

Everyone I know who keep track of this sort of thing says that you have to have seen at least part of the performance in question. I'd count a field event performance that occurred during a 5000m race provided that my attention had been diverted to the field event and I'd actually seen it. I'd also count the 5,000m performance even though I hadn't seen every step of the race. But if I were officiating a long jump and someone threw a discus behind my back and I never saw an instant of the throw, I would not count it. (I've missed several PR's in field events at meets I've attended when I simply did not see the throw or jump for various reasons. Obviously, I try not to let that happen and I'm not happy when it does.)

At the end of the day, though, there are no rules. Nobody scores it. You don't get penalized if you cheat. It's a matter that you must decide. You have to figure out what your rules will be and then you have to live with them. Remember that the whole purpose of the exercise is to add a new dimension to the experience of going to a track meet and seeing great performances. If it makes you feel better to count things you haven't seen as long as you were in the arena at the time, go right ahead. And if you want to keep two sets of PR's, one limited to things you actually saw, that's ok too.
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Re: Spectator PR's

Postby jazzcyclist » Mon Nov 05, 2007 6:08 pm

gh wrote:Men
100 – 9.78*

Is this a typo or do I not understand what the asterisk means?
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Re: Spectator PR's

Postby Daisy » Mon Nov 05, 2007 6:10 pm

jazzcyclist wrote:
gh wrote:Men
100 – 9.78*

Is this a typo or do I not understand what the asterisk means?


I assume it's Tim Montgomery, hence the asterisk.
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Re: Spectator PR's

Postby tandfman » Tue Nov 06, 2007 4:07 am

Daisy wrote:
jazzcyclist wrote:
gh wrote:Men
100 – 9.78*

Is this a typo or do I not understand what the asterisk means?

I assume it's Tim Montgomery, hence the asterisk.

The asterisk indicates that the time is a world record, which it was when he posted it. It appears that gh hasn't updated his PR list since 2004 (at least not the one on this thread), although I'm sure he's seen some PR's since then. I saw the Montgomery 9.78 too, but when that mark was erased from the books, I amended my list to delete it.
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Postby br » Wed Nov 07, 2007 9:08 am

MEN

9.82
Greene - Edmonton '01
19.32
Johnson - Atlanta '96
43.39
Johnson - Goteborg '95
1:41.24
Kipketer - Zurich '97
3:26.12
El G - Brussels '01
3:44.90
El G - Oslo '97
7:23.09
El G - Brussels '99
7:53.63
Saidi-Sief - Brussels '04
12:39.74
Komen - Brussels '97
26.27.85
Tergat - Brussels '97
12.88
Liu - Lausanne '06
46.78
Young - Barcelona '92
37.40
USA - Barcelona '92, Stuttgart '93
2:54.29
USA - Stuttgart '93
2.40
Austin - Zurich '91
6.02
Bubka - Atlanta '96
8.71
Lewis - Westwood '84
18.29
Edwards - Goteborg '95
23.12
Barnes - Westwood '90
71.26
Powell - San Jose '84
83.38
Ziolkowski - Edmonton '01
92.80
Zelezny - Edmonton '01
8902
Dvorak - Edmonton '01

WOMEN

10.76
Jones - Monaco '98
21.72
Torrence - Barcelona '92
48.25
Perec - Atlanta '96
1:55.43
Mutola - Stuttgart '93
3:55.30
Boulmerka - Barcelona '92
4:12.56
Masterkova - Zurich '96
8:21.42
Szabo - Monaco '02
9:06.57
Volkova - Osaka '07
14:29.32
Yegorova - Berlin '01
30:04.18
Adere - Paris '03
12.33
Devers - Sacramento '00
52.61
Batten - Goteborg '95
2.06
Cloete - Paris '03
5.01
Isinbaeva - Helsinki '05
7.33
Drechsler - Monaco '92
15.50
Kravets - Goteborg '95
21.22
Kumbernuss - Göteborg 95
71.22
Stalman - Walnut '84
75.10
Kuzenkova - Helsinki '05
71.70
Menendez - Helsinki '05
7032
Kluft - Osaka '07


You got me thinking, so I added the athlete and city.
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Postby 26mi235 » Wed Nov 07, 2007 10:42 am

It is easy to see some of the places that you have been (Osaka 2007, Atlanta 1996, etc).
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Postby observer2 » Wed Nov 07, 2007 3:15 pm

Men:

100m: 9,80 - Greene, Seville 99
200 m: 19,77 - M Johnson, Stockholm 96
400 m: 43.18 - M Johnson, Seville 99 -WR
800 m: 1.41.87 - W Kipketer, Stockholm 97 -WR (e)
1500 m: 3.26,45 - El Guerrouj, Zurich 98
5000 m: 12.39.74 - Daniel Komen, Brussels 97 -WR
10000 m: 26.27.85 - Paul Tergat, Brussels 97 -WR
3000 m SC: 7.59.08 - Wilson Boit Kipketer, Zurich 97
110 h: 12.92 - Roger Kingdom, Zurich 89 -WR
400 h: 47.17 - Edwin Moses, Berlin 80
HJ: 2.42 - P Sjöberg, Stockholm 87 -WR
PV: 6.10 - Bubka, Malmö 91 -WR
LJ: 8.70 - Pedroso, Göteborg 95
TJ: 18.29 - Edwards, Göteborg 95 -WR
SP: 22.84 - Randy Barnes, Malmö 90
DT: 71.06 - Lars Riedel, Zurich 96 (72.34 Ben Plucknett, Stockholm 81)
HT: 82.90 - Yuriy Sedykh, Stuttgart 86
JT: 92.60 - Raymond Hecht, Oslo 96
Decathlon: - 8811 Daley Thomson, Stuttgart 86

Women:

100 m: 10.70 - Marion Jones, Seville 99
200 m: 21.66 - Marlene Ottey, Zurich 90
400 m: 48.22 - Marita Koch, Stuttgart 86
800 m: 1.54.44 - Ana Fidelia Quirot, Barcelona 89
1500 m: 3.55.0 - T Kazankina, Moscow 80 -WR
5000 m: 14.37.33 - Ingrid Kristiansen, Stockholm 86 -WR
10000 m: 30.23.25 - Ingrid Kristiansen, Stuttgart 86
100 m h: 12.37 - Gail Devers, Seville 99
400 m h: 52.61 - Kim Batten, Göteborg 95 -WR
HJ: 2.07 - Blanka Vlasic, Stockholm 07
PV: 4.87 - Y Isinbayeva, Stuttgart 07
LJ: 7.27 - Heike Dreschler, Stuttgart 86
TJ: 15.50 - I Kravets, Göteborg 95 -WR
SP: 21.22 - A Kumbernuss, Göteborg 95
DT: 68.64 - Margitta Pufe, Berlin 79
HT: 75.20 - M Melinte, Seville 99
JT: 68.32 - T Hettestad, Berlin 00
Heptathlon: - 6861: E Barber, Seville 99
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Postby Bob H » Mon Nov 12, 2007 7:19 pm

Bob H wrote:I've got one that I suspect nobody on the Board can match, in any event. I've seen the 20 best men's 4x400m performances in history. Of the 101 sub-3 minute performances ever, I witnessed 89.

I haven't updated this in nearly four years, so here goes. I've now seen the 23 best men's 4x400m performances in history. Of the 111 sub-3 minute performances ever, I've witnessed 98.
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Re: Spectator PR's

Postby berkeley » Mon Nov 12, 2007 9:57 pm

tandfman wrote:
Daisy wrote:
jazzcyclist wrote:
gh wrote:Men
100 – 9.78*

Is this a typo or do I not understand what the asterisk means?

I assume it's Tim Montgomery, hence the asterisk.

The asterisk indicates that the time is a world record, which it was when he posted it. It appears that gh hasn't updated his PR list since 2004 (at least not the one on this thread), although I'm sure he's seen some PR's since then. I saw the Montgomery 9.78 too, but when that mark was erased from the books, I amended my list to delete it.


... or maybe he can just change it to Greene's windy 9.78, Stanford 2003. I'm pretty sure gh was there.
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Postby berkeley » Mon Nov 12, 2007 9:58 pm

observer2 wrote:Men:

...
800 m: 1.41.87 - W Kipketer, Stockholm 97 -WR (e)


Huh ? Last I heard, Coe ran 1:41.73 back in 1981.
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Re: Spectator PR's

Postby tandfman » Tue Nov 13, 2007 5:16 am

berkeley wrote:... or maybe he can just change it to Greene's windy 9.78, Stanford 2003. I'm pretty sure gh was there.

Most people don't count windy marks when doing their PR list. I've seen a faster 100m than the one I've listed for myself, but it was windy, so I don't have it on my list.
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Postby observer2 » Tue Nov 13, 2007 12:42 pm

berkeley wrote:
observer2 wrote:Men:

...
800 m: 1.41.87 - W Kipketer, Stockholm 97 -WR (e)


Huh ? Last I heard, Coe ran 1:41.73 back in 1981.



Sorry, my mistake. Don´t know where the"87" came from. :shock:
Of course should be;

800m: 1.41.73 - W Kipketer, Stockholm 97 -WR (e)

Thanks!
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Postby Justin Clouder » Tue Nov 13, 2007 1:25 pm

observer2 wrote:Of course should be;

800m: 1.41.73 - W Kipketer, Stockholm 97 -WR (e)

An off-topic trivia question - why should that mark never have been a world record?

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Postby 26mi235 » Tue Nov 13, 2007 2:58 pm

Justin Clouder wrote:
observer2 wrote:Of course should be;

800m: 1.41.73 - W Kipketer, Stockholm 97 -WR (e)

An off-topic trivia question - why should that mark never have been a world record?

Justin


No drug testing? I hope you are not saying suspended by his federation.
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Postby Justin Clouder » Tue Nov 13, 2007 3:02 pm

26mi235 wrote:
Justin Clouder wrote:
observer2 wrote:Of course should be: 800m: 1.41.73 - W Kipketer, Stockholm 97 -WR (e)

An off-topic trivia question - why should that mark never have been a world record?

No drug testing? I hope you are not saying suspended by his federation.

No, nothing like that. It has nothing to do with Kipketer at all.

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Postby tandfman » Fri Sep 19, 2008 4:57 pm

It''s that time of year again. I don't expect to be going to any more track meets this season, and so I've updated my spectator PR list, which appears at the top of the first page of this thread. It's been a terrific year in that department. Last year, I saw only one PR; this year I saw eleven of them. Of course Beijing helped, but so did a number of other places.

For those of you who are new to the Boards, or to this thread, read the post that started the thread. The numbers aren't important--the text is. I still think that keeping spectator PR's is a great way to enhance your enjoyment of the sport, no matter how many or how few meets you attend.
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Postby kuha » Fri Sep 19, 2008 5:49 pm

I got two: 100 (9.72) and 10,000 (26:25).
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Postby ndamix » Fri Sep 19, 2008 8:30 pm

lonewolf wrote:I have never compiled a list of the best performances I have witnessed and may be too far behind to start now but have a questions about the ground rules.
If one is officiating another event concurrent with an exceptional performance in another event but duties prevented actually observing the event, does it count?
CO-SIGN (although I try to watch other events once I'm done doing my officiating event). :D :wink: 8-)
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Postby nevetsllim » Sat Sep 20, 2008 3:18 am

I'm trying to go for the world junior record of spectators PBs :twisted: I can't be bothered to remember all of them but here are some of the better ones

Outdoors
100m - 9.94 Powell - 2008 Crystal Palace
200m - 19.76 Bolt - 2008 CP
400m - 44.05 Wariner - 2007 CP
3000m - 7:26.69 Bekele - 2007 Sheffield
Marathon - 2:06.18 Rutto - 2004 FLM
High jump - 2.38m Silnov - 2008 CP
Pole vault - 5.97m Lukyanenko and Hooker - 2008 CP
Triple jump - 17.46m Idowu - 2008 Annecy (Euro Cup)
Shot put - 22.43m Hoffa - 2007 CP

Indoors
60m - 6.51 Fasuba - 2008 Valencia WICh
800m - 1:44.91 Kaki - 2008 Valencia
2 miles - 8:04.xx Bekele - 2008 Birmingham
60mH - 7.46 Liu Xiang - 2008 Valencia
LJ - 8.30m Howe - 2007 Birmingham EICh
TJ - 17.75m Idowu - 2008 Valencia
HJ - 2.36m Holm 2008 Valencia
PV - 5.90m Lukyanenko 2008 Valencia
SP - 21.77m Cantwell 2008 Valencia
Hep - 6371 Clay 2008 Valencia

Outdoors
100m - 10.87 VCB - CP 2008
200m - 22.19 Felix - Birmingham 2006
400m - 49.79 Richards - CP 2007
Marathon - 2:22:35 - Okoro FLM 2004
3000m SC - 9:22.82 - Petrova Birmingham 2006
LJ - 7.04m Kolchanova - Annecy 2008
HJ - 2.03m Friedrich - Annecy 2008
PV - 4.93m Isinbayeva - CP 2008
HT - 76.24m Lysenko - Birmingham 2006

Indoors
60m - 7.06 A. Williams - Valencia 2008
400m - 50.02 Sanders - Birmingham EICh 2007
1500m - 3:57.71 Soboleva - Valencia 2008
3000m - 8:31.94 Burka - Birmingham 2008
60mH - 7.75 Kallur - Birmingham 2008
LJ - 7.00m Gomes - Valencia 2008
TJ - 15.05m Savigne - Valencia 2008
HJ - 2.05m Hellebaut - Birmingham 2007
PV - 4.76m Feofanova - Birmingham 2007 (at least Sveta beats Issy at something!)
SP - 20.19m Vili - Valencia 2008
Pent - 4944 points - Kluft 2008
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Postby 26mi235 » Sun Sep 21, 2008 6:47 pm

Justin Clouder wrote:
26mi235 wrote:
Justin Clouder wrote:
observer2 wrote:Of course should be: 800m: 1.41.73 - W Kipketer, Stockholm 97 -WR (e)

An off-topic trivia question - why should that mark never have been a world record?

No drug testing? I hope you are not saying suspended by his federation.

No, nothing like that. It has nothing to do with Kipketer at all.

Justin


Let me be clear here; my guess was that no drug testing was conducted, so it could be not be approved for a WR.
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Postby Jon » Wed Aug 26, 2009 11:24 pm

Latest update after Berlin:

Men Outdoor:
100m - 9.58
200m - 19.19
400m - 43.99
800m - 1:43.88
1500m - 3:30.25
Mile - 3:49.84
3000m - 7:33.54
2 miles - 8:11.16
5000m - 12:46.53
Mar - 2:06:54
3000mSC - 7:59.65
110mH - 13.11
400mH - 47.91
HJ - 2.34
PV - 5.90
LJ - 8.54
TJ - 17.73
SP - 22.45
DT - 69.43
HT - 80.84
JT - 89.59
4x100m - 37.31
4x400m - 2:57.86

Men Indoor:
60m - 6.46
200m - 20.53
400m - 45.34
800m - 1:45.69
1000m - 2:14.96
1500m - 3:34.26
2000m - 4:49.99
3000m - 7:32.43
2 Miles - 8:04.35
5000m - 12:49.60
60mH - 7.36
HJ - 2.40
PV - 5.90
LJ - 8.40
TJ - 17.83
SP - 21.57
Hept - 6438
4x400 - 3:04.09

Women Outdoor:
100m - 10.73
200m - 22.02
400m - 49.00
800m - 1:55.45
1500m - 4:01.15
3000m - 8:29.55
5000m - 14:37.99
10000m - 29:59.20
Mar - 2:25:15
3000mSC - 9:07.32
100mH - 12.48
400mH - 52.42
HJ - 2.05
PV - 4.91
LJ - 7.10
TJ - 14.98
SP - 20.44
DT - 65.54
HT - 77.96
JT - 70.20
4x100m - 41.88
4x400m - 3:17.83

Women Indoor:
60m - 7.04
200m - 22.18
400m - 50.02
800m - 1:57.72
1000m - 2:32.96
1500m - 4:01.67
3000m - 8:30.53
60mH - 7.75
HJ - 2.05
PV - 4.90
LJ - 6.98
TJ - 15.36
SP - 20.55
Pent - 4948
4x400 - 3:23.88
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Postby gh » Wed Aug 26, 2009 11:46 pm

You're the first person I've heard so far who claims the Włodarczyk mark. Everybody else (me included) was occupied elsewhere.
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Postby Powell » Thu Aug 27, 2009 12:56 am

gh wrote:You're the first person I've heard so far who claims the Włodarczyk mark. Everybody else (me included) was occupied elsewhere.


I saw it, too :D
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Postby gh » Thu Aug 27, 2009 1:00 am

So we're clear, the rules of "seeing it" (at least in my universe) are that while you don't necessarily need to see the initation of the throw/jump, you need to see the takeoff/relase and the landing of the body/implement.

(as a sad PS I'll note that I saw neither, and that was a step down from Moreno's WR at the '05 meet when I only saw the landing)
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