Wind (again).. it's not always fair!

check out the differences in the wind between the 2 heats… they both count!

Decathlon: #6 Men 110 Meter Hurdles Junior

Name                    Year Team                    Finals  Points

Section 1 Wind: 2.5
1 Chris Helwick unattached 15.69 768
2 Kalen Schiedt unattached 15.91 743
3 Robert Marin unattached 15.94 740
4 Daniel Poyner Wolf Pack T 16.72 654
5 Benjamin Looney Prefontaine 16.83 642
6 Craig Robinson unattached 20.26 329
Section 2 Wind: 0.6
1 Donovan Kilmartin YMCA Team Idaho 14.95 856
2 Robert Arnold Arizona 15.80 755
3 Chris Randolph Seattle Paci 16.17 714
4 Dustin Bilbruck Rhode Island 17.19 605
5 Cody Herbst unattached 17.82 542
6 Cody Fleming Oregon Track Club 18.42 485

the only real difference in tiems is the 2nd heat’s first place winner, perhaps hes just that good, the 2nd place and down are pretty matchable to the first heat.

Donovan Kilmartin is very much so that good. i saw him compete at the Simplot Games. He won the 60m hurdles (don’t know the time), won the high jump with 7’0, and set the meet record in pole vault at 17’2", and almost broke the national record. His coach also claims he long jumps 24’. He is an amazing athelete.

misguided, if you think hes that good in the hurdles, coem ot Ohio next year June 6th Dayton Welcome Stadium and see Theodore Gin Jr. of Cleveland Ohio run the 110 and 300 hurdles. as a junior in high school he won the 110 hurdles in 13.7 seconds without even being pushed along with winning the 300 hurdles in 36.7 seconds. also ran a 200 time as low as 20.6 but placed 2nd at the state meet with a 21.4. he was also onthe state winning 4x4 team which runs 3:12’s consitently. his leg was around a 45. there were all FAT timing too, he’s the real deal.