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Thursday, August 05, 2010

Superfan Rankings Update: Shot Put

After today's Big Shot competition, how do the leaders stack up?

MEN
1. Christian Cantwell USA 345
2. Ryan Whiting USA 216
3. Andrei Mikhnevich BLR 213
4. Dylan Armstrong CAN 212
5. Tomasz Majewski POL 185
6. Ralf Bartels GER 168
7. Reese Hoffa USA 163
8. Cory Martin USA 148
9. Pavel Lyzhyn BLR 94
10. Adam Nelson USA 83
11. Maris Urtans LAT 66
12. Russ Winger USA 63
12. David Storl GER 63
14. Dan Taylor USA 52
15. Noah Bryant USA 29
16. Marco Schmidt GER 23
17. Marco Fortes POR 15
18. Andriy Semenov UKR 10
18. Jakub Giza POL 10
20. Dorian Scott JAM 9
Cantwell is still in third in the all-event point standings, but is now just one point behind David Oliver. Armstrong's poor showing today dropped him behind Mikhnevich.  While Cantwell is uncatchable, runner-up is very much in play as only four points separate three throwers.

WOMEN
1. Nadzeya Ostapchuk BLR 383
2. Valerie Vili NZL 291
3. Natallia Mikhnevich BLR 243
4. Nadine Kleinert GER 163
5. Anna Avdeeva RUS 145
6. Jillian Camarena-Williams USA 121
7. Misleydis González CUB 118
8. Petra Lammert GER 105
9. Yanina Privalinskaya-Karolchik BLR 99
10. Anca Heltne ROU 82
11. Olga Ivanova RUS 75
12. Denise Hinrichs GER 65
13. Gong Lijiao CHN 55
13. Michelle Carter USA 55
15. Cleopatra Borel-Brown TRI 44
16. Sarah Stevens USA 26
17. Josephine Terlecki GER 25
18. Christina Schwanitz GER 23
19. Chiara Rosa ITA 20
19. Anna Omarova RUS 20
Osatapchuk's win added another two points to her total. Jessica Ennis, closest to Ostapchuk in the all-event standings, announced today that she's done competing for the season, so the Belarussian has essentially clinched the Athlete of the Year honors.

1 comment:

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-Kevin