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Jr Nationals

Unread postby CowtownPV » Sun Jul 06, 2014 10:03 am


Athlete Name



16-0 ¾

16-6 ¾

16-10 ¾

17-2 ¾

17-4 ½


1 Cole Walsh
Oregon 5.35m
17-6 ½ PPP XXO O O XO
2 Devin King
Bartolina Athletics 5.35m
17-6 ½ O O O O O
3 Grant Sisserson
Cornell 5.30m
17-4 ½ O O O XO XO
4 Paulo Benavides
Team Elite Athletic Club 5.25m
5 Dylan Duvio
Stanford 5.15m
16-10 ¾ PPP XO XO XPP XX
6 Nick Meyer
Kansas 5.05m
16-6 ¾ O O XXX
7 Glen Harold
GetVertical Pole Vault 5.05m
16-6 ¾ O XO XXX
8 Barrett Poth
Northwest Flyers Track Club 5.05m
16-6 ¾ O XO XPP XX
9 August Kiles
Team Onalysis 4.90m
16-0 ¾ O XXX
10 Timothy Duckworth
Unattached 4.90m
16-0 ¾ XO XXX
11 Ryan Pust
Unattached 4.90m
16-0 ¾ XXO XXX
11 Peter Fagan
Binghamton 4.90m
16-0 ¾ XXO XXX
DNS Harrison Williams
Luke Winder
Cardinal Vault Club XXX
Nicholas Meaders
Unattached XXX
Audie Wyatt
Unattached XXX
Garrett Larson
Sam Houston St. XXX
Antonio Ruiz
Unattached PPP XXX
Brandon Bray
Zero G Elite Pole Vault XXX
Connor O'Neill
St. Thomas (MN) XXX
Andrew Bartnett
Johns Hopkins XXX
Jacob Wooten
Unattached XXX
Scott Marshall
Ultimate High TC XXX
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Re: Jr Nationals

Unread postby KirkB » Sun Jul 06, 2014 3:04 pm

Congratulations to those that cleared a height! :dazed:

Why so many NHs?

Having a 15-6 starting height might have been better for vaulters and fans?

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Re: Jr Nationals

Unread postby altius » Mon Jul 07, 2014 11:11 am

Perhaps I am missing something - but how does a guy with three fails beat a guy with none when both have jumped the same height?
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Re: Jr Nationals

Unread postby Darth Vaulter » Mon Jul 07, 2014 11:51 am

The X's and O's in the original post are incomplete. There is a second page. Walsh had more misses early but cleared 5.35 on his first attempt. King cleared 5.35 on his third attempt. Here is the link to the results.
http://branchsportstech.com/2014_Meets/ ... ficial&D=1
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Re: Jr Nationals

Unread postby pv161 » Mon Jul 07, 2014 6:37 pm

Cole Walsh's last 4 bars were all pr's . really stepped it up when he had to.

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