German Champs - Spiegelburg 4.65, 4 guys 5.70

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German Champs - Spiegelburg 4.65, 4 guys 5.70

Unread postby rainbowgirl28 » Sun Jul 05, 2009 11:56 am

1 755 Spiegelburg, Silke
TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen NO 4.65
2 802 Gadschiew, Kristina
LAZ Zweibrücken PF 4.50
3 797 Ryzih, Lisa
ABC Ludwigshafen PF 4.40 =SB
4 364 Hütter, Julia
LAZ Bruchköbel HE 4.35 SB
5 531 Strutz, Martina
SG Dynamo Schwerin MV 4.35
6 1250 von Eynatten, Denise
LG Leinfelden-Echterdingen WÜ 4.25 SB
7 1318 Tietze, Nicola
LAV ASICS Tübingen WÜ 4.15 SB
8 1252 Kraft, Joana
TuS Metzingen WÜ 4.15
9 1251 von Eynatten, Victoria
LG Leinfelden-Echterdingen WÜ 4.05
10 813 Bauer, Katharina
USC Mainz RH 3.95
11 316 Garatva, Amelie
LG Telis Finanz Regensburg BY 3.80
820 Hingst, Carolin
USC Mainz RH NM
801 Benner, Natasha
LAZ Zweibrücken PF NM
812 Battke, Anna
USC Mainz RH NM



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1 1211 Straub, Alexander
LG Filstal WÜ 5.70
2 751 Scherbarth, Tobias
TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen NO 5.70 SB
3 775 Otto, Björn
LAV Bayer Uerdingen/Dormagen NO 5.70 =SB
4 291 Lobinger, Tim
LG Stadtwerke München BY 5.70 SB
5 803 Holzdeppe, Raphael
LAZ Zweibrücken PF 5.60 SB
6 720 Gruber, Hendrik
TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen NO 5.50
7 718 Frauen, Michel
TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen NO 5.50
8 770 Dilla, Karsten
LAV Bayer Uerdingen/Dormagen NO 5.40
8 1243 Schulze, Fabian
LAZ Salamander Kornwestheim/LB WÜ 5.40
10 739 Mohr, Malte
TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen NO 5.40
11 754 Spiegelburg, Richard
TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen NO 5.30
12 1334 WEILER, Nico
VfL Sindelfingen WÜ 5.30
13 169 Dieckmann, Nico
LG NORD BERLIN BE 5.30 =SB
13 1208 Lohre, Leo
TSV Eltingen WÜ 5.30
15 758 Sürth, Florian
TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen NO 5.30
15 1237 Müller, Thorsten Alexander
LAZ Salamander Kornwestheim/LB WÜ 5.30
17 530 Konrad, Tom
Schweriner SC MV 5.10

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Re: German Champs - Spiegelburg 4.65, 4 guys 5.70

Unread postby rainbowgirl28 » Sun Jul 05, 2009 11:56 am

http://www.iaaf.org/WCH09/news/kind=100 ... 51526.html

Straub takes heated Pole Vault title, but Berlin spots still unclear

Usually the men’s Pole Vault is one of the strongest German disciplines. But this year the Germans are under par for some reason. Additionally Danny Ecker, who had been the best asset in recent major championships, had to withdraw from the Ulm event due to an injury. The bronze medallist of the World Championships in Osaka will now miss this year’s event in Berlin.

But there was still some drama in this event. Tim Lobinger is another experienced and successful athlete who will miss out on Berlin. Having had difficulties in finding his form this season he finally cleared the required standard of 5.70m in Ulm on Saturday. But that was only good enough for fourth place.

Lobinger was just beaten by Björn Otto, who had cleared 5.70m at his second attempt while Lobinger needed three jumps. World junior champion Raphael Holzdeppe was another prominent victim of these Pole Vault ,trials’. He was fifth with 5.60m. Otto should now get selected for Berlin. But the officials will have some headache regarding the nomination. It is obvious that the new national champion Alexander Straub will get the Berlin ticket. He jumped 5.70m at his first attempt but so did Tobias Scherbarth. After a strong indoor season during which Scherbarth had just missed qualification for the European Indoors he did not do too well recently. But in Ulm Scherbarth was strong enough to force Straub into a jump-off. There was no decision until Straub finally cleared 5.60m. Scherbarth should normally be given the ticket, but Malte Mohr had cleared 5.80m earlier in the season. Mohr however had to be content with 10th place and 5.40m in Ulm.

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Re: German Champs - Spiegelburg 4.65, 4 guys 5.70

Unread postby polevaulter08nw » Sun Jul 05, 2009 3:11 pm

but they are probably going to take just top 3 right?
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Re: German Champs - Spiegelburg 4.65, 4 guys 5.70

Unread postby rainbowgirl28 » Sun Jul 05, 2009 3:34 pm

polevaulter08nw wrote:but they are probably going to take just top 3 right?


It's up to each country how they pick their team, most don't do it like the US.

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Re: German Champs - Spiegelburg 4.65, 4 guys 5.70

Unread postby rainbowgirl28 » Mon Jul 06, 2009 8:25 pm

http://www.iaaf.org/WCH09/news/kind=100 ... 51553.html

Women’s events: Spiegelburg could spring a surprise in Berlin

It was Silke Spiegelburg who once again proved that she can be relied on when it matters. While her closest rival Anna Battke could not produce a height because she missed 4.40m three times Spiegelburg cleared 4.55 at her first attempt to secure the Pole Vault title.

Spiegelburg then jumped 4.65 at her third attempt and went on to attempt to break Annika Becker’s seven year-old German record of 4.77m, and she almost did it on her final attempt, but she had to settle for a winning height of 4.65m.

“It is a bit annoying because it was so close, but otherwise I am very happy,” said Spiegelburg, who belongs to those German athletes who could be in with an outside chance in Berlin in August.

Kristina Gadschiew took second place with 4.50m while Lisa Ryzih was third (4.40). Gadschiew will have qualified for Berlin and so Anna Battke will get the third slot.

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Re: German Champs - Spiegelburg 4.65, 4 guys 5.70

Unread postby Pogo Stick » Wed Jul 08, 2009 7:45 pm

rainbowgirl28 wrote:
polevaulter08nw wrote:but they are probably going to take just top 3 right?


It's up to each country how they pick their team, most don't do it like the US.



Germany just announced team for Berlin:
Silke Spiegelburg, Kristina Gadschiew, Anna Battke
Alexander Straub, Malte Mohr, Tobias Scherbarth
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Re: German Champs - Spiegelburg 4.65, 4 guys 5.70

Unread postby VTechVaulter » Wed Jul 08, 2009 8:03 pm

WOw that is a new faced team. no danny, no bjorn, no tim... interesting
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Re: German Champs - Spiegelburg 4.65, 4 guys 5.70

Unread postby rainbowgirl28 » Fri Jul 10, 2009 2:49 pm

I hear Scherbarth just broke his foot and is out for Worlds?

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Re: German Champs - Spiegelburg 4.65, 4 guys 5.70

Unread postby rainbowgirl28 » Fri Jul 10, 2009 3:00 pm

rainbowgirl28 wrote:I hear Scherbarth just broke his foot and is out for Worlds?


Boy it's great being married to a husband who speaks German...

http://newsticker.sueddeutsche.de/list/id/671116
http://www.leichtathletik.de/index.php? ... wsID=23192

Scherbarth broke his foot. Otto is replacing him on the team. It sounds pretty bad, he's going to have to have surgery on it. I'm not sure how it happened, he was competing at the WUG, and made the height needed for qualifying, did not jump after that.

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Re: German Champs - Spiegelburg 4.65, 4 guys 5.70

Unread postby achtungpv » Fri Jul 10, 2009 10:41 pm

probably landed on his feet in the pit.
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