WJR Wq - Grove in, White, Byres out

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WJR Wq - Grove in, White, Byres out

Unread postby rainbowgirl28 » Thu Jul 12, 2012 11:55 am

Katie Byres of GBR not making finals is probably the biggest surprise. Liz Parnov missed three times at 4.10 and got lucky to get in with 4.05, that was probably the second biggest surprise.


http://iaaf.org/results/eventCode=4872/ ... sults.html

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14th IAAF World Junior Championships
Barcelona (ESP) - Thursday, Jul 12, 2012
Pole Vault - W QUALIFICATION
Qual. rule: qualification standard 4.10m or at least best 12 qualified.
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Group A
12 July 2012 - 9:30
Position Bib Athlete Country Mark .
1 1134 Huiqin Xu CHN 4.10 Q .
1 1650 Alissa Söderberg SWE 4.10 Q .
1 1712 Ganna Shelekh UKR 4.10 Q .
4 1312 Lilli Schnitzerling GER 4.10 Q .
5 1033 Liz Parnov AUS 4.05 q .
5 1356 Roberta Bruni ITA 4.05 q .
7 1574 Kristina Bondarenko RUS 4.05 .
8 1676 Seda Firtina TUR 3.95 (NJ)
9 1324 Yeoryía Stefanídi GRE 3.95 .
10 1770 Sydney White USA 3.85 .
11 1230 Enna Hassinen FIN 3.85 .
11 1534 Diamara Planell PUR 3.85 .
13 1181 Maialen Axpe ESP 3.85 .
. 1428 Yeeun Choi KOR NM .
Athlete 3.65 3.85 3.95 4.05 4.10
Huiqin Xu - - O - O
Alissa Söderberg - O O O O
Ganna Shelekh - - - O O
Lilli Schnitzerling - O XO XO XO
Liz Parnov - - - O XXX
Roberta Bruni - - - O XXX
Kristina Bondarenko - XO O XXO XXX
Seda Firtina XO XO O XXX
Yeoryía Stefanídi O XO XXO XXX
Sydney White O O XXX
Enna Hassinen XO O XXX
Diamara Planell XO O XXX
Maialen Axpe XO XO XXX
Yeeun Choi XXX
Group B
12 July 2012 - 9:30
Position Bib Athlete Country Mark .
1 1576 Natalya Demidenko RUS 4.10 Q .
1 1639 Angelica Bengtsson SWE 4.10 Q .
1 1742 Emily Grove USA 4.10 Q .
4 1302 Anjuli Knäsche GER 4.10 Q .
5 1047 Kira Grünberg AUT 4.05 q (NJ)
6 1207 Reena Koll EST 4.05 q .
7 1371 Sonia Malavisi ITA 4.05 (PB)
8 1075 Iryna Yakaltsevich BLR 3.95 .
9 1180 Clara Amat ESP 3.95 .
10 1671 Buse Arikazan TUR 3.95 (NJ)
11 1028 Paris McCathrion AUS 3.85 .
12 1110 Alysha Newman CAN 3.65 .
. 1260 Katie Byres GBR NM .
. 1629 Jasmine Moser SUI NM .
. 1722 Olga Zyuzina UKR NM .
Athlete 3.65 3.85 3.95 4.05 4.10
Natalya Demidenko - - O - O
Angelica Bengtsson - - - - O
Emily Grove - O O O O
Anjuli Knäsche - XO O XO O
Kira Grünberg - O XO XO XXX
Reena Koll XO XO XO XO XXX
Sonia Malavisi O O O XXO XXX
Iryna Yakaltsevich O O XO XXX
Clara Amat XO O XO XXX
Buse Arikazan O XO XXO XXX
Paris McCathrion XO O XXX
Alysha Newman O XXX
Katie Byres - - - XXX
Jasmine Moser XXX
Olga Zyuzina

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Re: WJR Wq - Grove in, White, Byres out

Unread postby rainbowgirl28 » Thu Jul 12, 2012 12:49 pm

http://www.iaaf.org/Mini/WJC12/News/New ... x?id=65786


Sweden’s on song Bengtsson on course to defend Pole Vault title – Barcelona 2012 – Day Three Morning report


Angelica Bengtsson - 4.58m in Sollentuna (DECA Text&Bild)
Barcelona - World record holder Angelica Bengtsson took the first step to defending her Pole Vault title when the third day of the IAAF World Junior Championships began this morning on a very hot Barcelona morning.

Bengtsson aiming to match the achievement New Zealander shot putter Jacko Gill had celebrated the previous evening and repeat her victory from Moncton two years ago, had no problem in clearing the automatic qualifier for the final of 4.10m.

Along with Natalya Demidenko the Russian who finished third behind her in last year's European Junior Championships, she only entered the contest when the bar reached the automatic qualifying height.

That proved no problem for either of them as the pair along with six other athletes clearing 4.10m, automatically clinched their places into Saturday's final where the Swede is expected to make an assault on her World record of 4.63m.

Kira Grunberg was rewarded for her persistence when raising the Austrian record on her second attempt to 4.05m to earn a place on count-back ahead of Italy's Sonia Malavisi and Russia's Kristina Bondarenko.

"I am satisfied that I did not fault," said Bengtsson. "It was a comfortable competition for me. Only the swirling wind was a problem."


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