2022 World Indoor Season

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  1. yuri malenkov

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    Some early results:
    Mary Beth Sant USA 60m 7.12s for number one

    New Star Jules Pommery FRANCE LJ 7.90m age 20 has model/movie star looks and medal potential.

    Some young future stars : Marina Kovtunova UKRAINE age 14 1.75m HJ
    Angelina Topic SERBIA age 16 1.81m HJ(father is Dragutin Topic world junior record holder 2.37m HJ
    Alina Pekhtereva RUSSIA age 15 12.81m TripleJump.
     
  2. white lightning

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    Mary Beth Sant USA 60m 7.12s for number one

    I would love to her run the 100 meters at such a high level. She is beyond explosive out of the blocks!
     
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    A very fast first race of the indoor season for Russian Igor Oraztsov. He ran a 6.58 for the fastest time in Europe so far!
     
  4. BeyondFedUp

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    Hey there WL!
    Thanks for the details. I figured it was you before I even looked who posted it :)
    Good start of the season for the Russian!
     
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    Mary Beth Price, 7.11, 60m
    Abby Steiner, 22.58, 200m

    Cole Beck, 6.67, 60m
     
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    20.49 for Boling in the 200m at the Clemson Invitational meet.
     
  8. yuri malenkov

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    Trey Cunningham USA 7.56s in the 60h for World number one

    Matthew Boling USA World number one in the 200m and Long Jump.
    He hit 8.25m on his second jump and passed the last four attempts. So an easy win for him to get to the 200m fresh and put down the leading time.
     
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    2019 European U20 200m champion Amy Hunt clocked a lifetime best of 7.24 in the 60m in Loughborough. She basically took last year off for the most
    part. I think 2022 will be the year she explodes internationally as she gets accustomed to the competing in the senior level of the sprints now.
     
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    I was glancing at the All Time Best 60 Meters and 200 Meters Times ever run in history by women in the history of track & field.

    To this day Irina Privalova still is the fastest women ever over 60 meters and the 2nd fastest ever over 200 meters indoors! That is amazing! She
    is not talked about nearly as much as other female sprinters and her 10.77 outdoors is flat out flying as well. What a legend she was & still is!!

    There are many european women on the all time lists towards the top but here is something exciting. Abby Steiner now has the 5th fastest indoor
    200 Meters time ever run by any women and she is still in college. Hope she can move a little higher and then take that speed outdoors.

    By comparison, Matthew Bolings 20.19 last year is the 6th fastest indoor 200 meters ever run in history! Hope he can move a little higher this year too as he is only a junior in college!

    Speaking of bad luck. When Dafne Schippers ran her 10.81 in the Olympics it was into a negative wind. Turn that wind around and she is in the 10.70's
    Club with only a handful of women ever.
     
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    that Abby Steiner must be an exceptional talent. Have to watch how she fares this season.
    I remember too watching a once great 60/100/200 Privalova win the Sydney Olympics 400 hurdles. How that's for talent across the sprinting range. And she was a novice hurdler.
    She reinvented herself as her speed started to diminish and with her power changed women's hurdles into the 21st century by implementing a 14 stride pattern

    Here's terrific article showing the way they planned for her development over the years to get the most from her over the longest period of time. It also talks about her parents dedication to her development.
    http://www.ukhurdlesclub.net/coaching/coach Privalova.htm
     
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