I know, I was there... wrote:
Bad Wigins wrote:
If he goes over 2.45 it will serve Bound-a-renko right. He refused to make a serious attempt last year despite plenty of chances.
What? Who are you referring to about not taking "serious attempts"? Bondarenko? He attempted 2.46 at the WC's.
I swear, you are a complete moron. Everything you post about is complete BS.
A serious attempt doesn't mean your victory lap at the WC, where you focus on medals first and records second. And he had little chance in Lausanne with 6 previous jumps.
A serious attempt means trying when you might actually succeed. Boundo's real chance was in Zurich where he won early and set the bar to 2.46 after only two jumps. But he made only one weak attempt and then retired. He competed again in one minor meet but didn't try to jump high.
You're wise to hide your registered name, as you usually do when you're looking for excuses to mouth off like a putrefacient sack of teenage ant frass. This year watch all the meets and you'll make less a fool of yourself.