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Gotzis Highlights

Highlights from the prestigious Hypo-Meeting in Gotzis, Austria. The event is one of the year's standout competitions in decathlon and heptathlon.


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Hello and welcome to Gotzis, in the far west of Austria. This beautiful

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little town, punches above its weight when it comes to athletics as

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it hosts one of the most important events of the year, the Hypo-Meeting

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in Gotzis. All of the world's best multi-event

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athletes have competed here and they are here again. In the 2016 Olympic

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year, the unofficial World Championships has great

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significance. Jessica Ennis-Hill is not here, recovering from an

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Achilles injury but Jessica Ennis-Hill has qualified for heow.

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However, one athlete who has not is Katrina Johnson-Thompson. She needs

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6200 to book her place to Rio. All eyes will be on her.

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Katrina Johnson-Thompson about to get the challenge underway. Hope she

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is prepared, ready. It is a big month for her.

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Katrina Johnson-Thompson is slow out of the block. Katrina

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Johnson-Thompson moving through. Trying to make ground. Katrina

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Johnson-Thompson going through in fourth place. 13.37. A great start.

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189, a third attempt and a clearance! Oh, my word! Anything

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over 12 metres is good. 12. .47, a personal best. Away they go and

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Katrina Johnson-Thompson is flying now. Katrina Johnson-Thompson will

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take the victory in 23.09. Impressive. Katrina Johnson-Thompson

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making a huge move up the leaderboard.

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The last chance, two fouls, she has to deliver here... It's a huge jump!

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That is incredible! Wait a second... There is drama here because... I

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think there is a suggestion of a nick of the plastercine. This

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doesn't look good. It's confirmed, Katrina Johnson-Thompson has had

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three fouls. It is the end of her World Championships it is game over

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and the frustration is that it was potentially a gold medal winning

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jump. Despair. But now with Beijing a distant

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memory, KJT is back. Not only will he want to qualify but to go on and

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win the Olympic gold. Morgan Lake is here. She needs the points to

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qualify. How the 19-year-old deals with the seven rounds is a big test,

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lining up alongside some of the biggest names in the sport. So the

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scene is set. Let's join the action of what should be a fascinating

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heptathlon competition. We will join Steve Backley but first, Andrew

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Cotter. The conditions are cool. Right on

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the border of Switzerland in the far west of the country.

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Katrina Johnson-Thompson is in lane five for the 100m hurdles.

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One of the most marketable athletes in the planet, according to a recent

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survey. Katrina Johnson-Thompson looking for the qualifying standard.

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Anything above that is a bonus. So, Katrina Johnson-Thompson in lane

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five. Ganna Kasyanova looking strong.

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Katrina Johnson-Thompson moving nicely.

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Katrina Johnson-Thompson just on the line! A little breeze behind.

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It is 13.37. That will match her personal best. A good start for

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Katrina Johnson-Thompson. Not too sharply away.

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A great start. Clearing the barrier nicely. The Ukrainian is a strong

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hurdler but once Katrina Johnson-Thompson got going, she was

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pulling in the Ukrainian athlete. Crossing the line first. A good

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start. The confirmation of that equalling

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her time in Beijing last year. So the fastest hurdlers in this last

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heat. That includes Brianne Theisen Eaton

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of can template and Cindy Roleder of Germany in lane three. What sort of

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form is Brianne Theisen Eaton in? I suspect it is very good.

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Brianne Theisen Eaton cleanly away. Brianne Theisen Eaton going nicely.

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Also making a move is Cindy Roleder, the German. Powering over the

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barriers. It is Cindy Roleder ahead of Brianne Theisen Eaton.

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It is quick. It's quick. 12.85. Just outside the championship best. A

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slight breeze behind but these are quick times.

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Brianne Theisen Eaton was the sharpest away. A very good starter

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it was those three. Once Cindy Roleder got going, she led them

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home. A quick time indeed. Cindy Roleder 12.84. A personal best

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for Brianne Theisen Eaton and Laura Ikauniece-Admidina.

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These are the standings after the 100m hurdles. Cindy Roleder and

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Brianne Theisen Eaton so consistent. Katrina Johnson-Thompson down in

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8th. The high jump is one of Katrina

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Johnson-Thompson's strongest events. Expecting big points. Clearing this

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1.80 with ease. Tougher for Brianne Theisen Eaton struggling at 1.86.

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The height at which Britain's Morgan Lake went clear on a second attempt.

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Well, Brianne Theisen Eaton, the third attempt at 1.86.

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The last chance for Brianne Theisen Eaton to remain involved in this,

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the second event of the heptathlon. Running the curve well. But came

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down on that. Brianne Theisen Eaton is out. 1.83 is her best so far. She

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jumped 1.89 last year. Put that into context.

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So, a light disappointment after the quick hurdles.

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1.83 is her best. Katrina Johnson-Thompson, the second

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attempt at 1.89. Oh, yes! That's how to do it. Katrina Johnson-Thompson,

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that is brilliant high jumping. Probably her strongest event.

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She has shown it once again. A good clearance there. 1.le 9. Let's see

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how far she is over that. Well, somewhat... The coach, Mike Holmes

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will have liked that. Morgan Lake has her high herselfily

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strapped. The third attempt at 1le 89. Good on the apreach. Took off a

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long way from the bar. I think that was her downfall. Clipping the bar

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on the way down. The look to her dad tells it all. Katrina

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Johnson-Thompson, then, the second attempt at 1.92. Oh, yes! She did

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knock it but it stays where it is! The bar at 1.92 for Katrina

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Johnson-Thompson. That is her best ever in a heptathlon.

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The second time of asking. Again, as she did in the previous height,

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great high jumping. Thiam, the young Belgium. The third

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attempt at 1.92. Oh, no. Her strongest event. I was about to say.

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She did win the European U 23 championships at this event. 1.89 is

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her best. Right, then, Katrina

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Johnson-Thompson. The third attempt at 1795.

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-- at 1.95. That was close. Possibly the best of the three. But three

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fouls. The end of her high jump but a 1.92. A really good performance in

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the second event. Encouraging signs for Katrina

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Johnson-Thompson in the high jump. 1.92. Not so far down on her very

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best. Morgan Lake frustrating for her.

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Brianne Theisen Eaton losing ground. Brianne Theisen Eaton knows she

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slips to second behind Katrina Johnson-Thompson at her weaker

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event. But it is Katrina Johnson-Thompson who leads after the

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high jump. The third event and the new event

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leader is Katrina Johnson-Thompson in the shot put. The first round.

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That spun down the left sector. Below 13 metres. She has thrown over

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13 metres earlier in the month for a lifetime best. She knows that was a

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chance to capitalise on the lead. Worked hard to wrestle away from

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Brianne Theisen Eaton. Look at that, down the left-hand sector as a

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result of spinning out. 11.55. But a valid throw and two more attempts to

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come. Here is Brianne Theisen Eaton, then.

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Going in pursuit. That's fairly tidy. Technically

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stable. It looked in good balance. The shot went straight down the

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middle. A fairly simple technique, really. Good height on that.

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Quite impressive. 13.71, that is a good start for her.

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Katrina Johnson-Thompson, then. That's her third attempt. That will

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be no improvement. It was a foul in the second round. A disappointing

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shot put, 10.616789 And now the 24-year-old Latvian,

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Adimida. Fairly solid.

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She is having a good first day. The world bronze medallist last summer.

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Someone to watch out for. It is exactly 13 metres. Her best in the

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shot put. Thiam, a massive row in the second

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round, her third attempt. A good attempt.

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The young Belgium using her levers really well. 14.95. No improvement

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but a good shot put. So after the shot put a great leap

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up the board by Thiam. Brianne Theisen Eaton second and Yorgelis

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Rodriguez in third place. Katrina Johnson-Thompson drops down to sixth

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place. Katarina Johnson-Thompson will be

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looking to make up ground here. Away cleanly. Near enough perfect

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conditions for sprinting. Katarina Johnson-Thompson working hard,

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working hard is Cindy Roleder and Brianne Theisen-Eaton trying to live

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with a quicker sprinters, but Katarina Johnson-Thompson coming

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away now, coming away and opening up the gap and a quick time. Surely, a

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personal best for Katarina Johnson-Thompson. It was a good

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start by all four of the leading contenders here, but once they hit

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the bend, Katarina Johnson-Thompson started to look like the sprinter,

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the others perhaps heptathletes who sprint. Katarina Johnson-Thompson so

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elegant and smooth around the surve. Cindy Roleder was a good mark for

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her in the first 80 meet, but Katarina Johnson-Thompson started to

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show the class and that's the gap between a world-class 200 metre

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runner and heptathletes who are good over the distance, but what a time

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for Katarina Johnson-Thompson. Rounded down to 22.79. A new

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personal best. Needed a good result in the 200 metres. Lying in sixth

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place coming into itment and will move up a good deal. She might be

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second. To Brianne Theisen-Eaton after this event and delivering as

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she had to do in this event, we know how quick she is over 200 metres. A

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personal best for Brianne Theisen-Eaton in second place with

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Sprunger. After four of the seven events, Katarina Johnson-Thompson

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does move up to second place behind Brianne Theisen-Eaton.

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Sum rise where you are? I'm in here, I don't know how long I have been in

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here for. Ten minutes. Making sure my legs recover and getting my head

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down and get some sleep and tackle the long jump tomorrow which is a

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big talking point on everyone's lips. Hopefully I can overcome what

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happened to me last year and I hope I qualify and get on my flight on

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the plane to Rio. Fingers crossed. After the ice bath and the sleep,

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Katarina Johnson-Thompson tucked in behind Brianne Theisen-Eaton, but

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the long jump in her mind and many others looming so much to make up.

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Morgan Lake had withdrawn from the competition after a disappointing

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performance on day one and now determined to get the qualifying

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score in the coming weeks. Day two and the fifth event and Katarina

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Johnson-Thompson first up in the long jump.

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That's quick on the approach. Did she chop on that? Well, a big smile

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from her. That's a rueful smile, Steve. I'm not sure what that means

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because it didn't look that convincing. Chopped herself short

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there. Didn't quite see the lift we know she is capable of. A 690 plus

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jumper. A modest start for Katarina Johnson-Thompson. Round two of the

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long jump. After 6.13 in the opener, she can let loose here and open up.

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Well, that's better. It is further anyway. It looks like she likes it.

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Oh that's why. She will have known. She will have felt that. That's a

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shame. Possibly a better jump, but a foul in the second round for

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Johnson-Thompson. All right then, event leader, Brianne Theisen-Eaton

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will have had half an eye on Johnson-Thompson so far. 6.27 so

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far. Oh, that's, that looks as if it is around six-and-a-half metres.

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That's a better jump from her. Perfect on the board. Look at that!

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Drives her left knee high. Lands cleanly. That's a technically

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proficient jump as she is in most of the events. She looks very well

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drilled. 6.56. A big improvement. The best so far. Well, here is the

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German. A world junior champion in 2008. This is her third attempt.

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Drives the arms hard at this. She had no height of that. Well, she

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likes it. 6.17 her best so far. This is the last attempt. Slaps the foot

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down hard into the wood of the take-off board. Difficult to tell

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from the angles exactly how far that is. Oh, it is an improvement for

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Schafer. In fact, it is a lifetime best. Last chance for

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Johnson-Thompson to salvage what will be a disappointment should she

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walk away with 6.15. A foul in the second round to remind you. Well,

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chopped again. It just looks disconnected to me. It looks

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understandable given her record in the event last year in Beijing. You

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can see her almost looking down. Yes, three fouls last summer and she

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said she was nervous coming into this event. Look at that, eyes down

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as you say, Andrew. That's a mistake. You can't do that at this

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level. That's taking a lot of distance off. It is a slight

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improvement though. 6.17 her best in that, the last round.

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There was something on the board for Katarina Katarina Johnson-Thompson.

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So overall Katarina Johnson-Thompson actually instead of moving forward

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after the long jump slips behind Carolin Schafer.

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Ashley Bryant was frustrated after losing his poles meaning he will

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have to compete on borrowed ones. He missed the qualifying standard by

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just 44 points. The selectors may take the circumstances into account

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otherwise he has to achieve the qualifying at.8100 at other meetings

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this summer. The penultimate event is the javelin. Katarina

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Johnson-Thompson the first round. Lifetime best of over 40 metres.

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Looks controlled on the approach here. The javelin prewithdrawn. Slow

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on the approach. Well, it is a valid throw. That's below 40 metres. Well,

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looking to maybe just get a mark in there. Let's have a look at this

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from front-on. Good across the left leg. Rides over, up and out of the

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throwing position. Oh, but look at that javelin, it is twisting in the

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air. Not flying through the air and 36.66 in the opening throw. Slightly

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disappointing for Johnson-Thompson. Brianne Theisen-Eaton then. Also

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starting with the javelin pre-set. Short approach. Well, it looks like

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a better flight. Oh, that's a big throw for Brianne Theisen-Eaton. A

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fist pump from the coach. That's a lifetime best and that's almost

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certainly ensured her of victory with just the 800 metres remaining

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as she did last year, she looks on course to defend her title.

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The Latvian. Probably the most capable of all heptathletes when it

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comes to the javelin. She took the bronze last year at the World

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Championships. Inn Beijing and that's a big effort in the first

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round of the javelin. She likes it. I mentioned the testing conditions,

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but she has got on to that. You wouldn't know this is tough throwing

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conditions because she has really let rip. Let's look at this. What a

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great flight that is. Well, 54.8 #3rks a new lifetime best

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in the first round. Johnson-Thompson then. Second round. Again, slow on

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the approach and again looked as though she lost her grip there. The

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javelin almost slipping out of her hand. Her opening throw 36.66. It

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looks similar. Well, look at this. It slips out swid-ways. The javelin

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is travelling side-ways through the air. 35.90. A disappointing

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performance from Katarina Johnson-Thompson. Not even on the

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first page. Slipping down the rankings now Katarina

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Johnson-Thompson. She is down to sixth place and still in the lead

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Brianne Theisen-Eaton. The line-up, Katarina Johnson-Thompson, probably

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won't need near her personal best. Brianne Theisen-Eaton goes here too.

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It would be interesting to see how Katarina Johnson-Thompson runs this.

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She ran the 2.45 time in the 800 in Beijing. She was really going

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through the motions. Anything under 2.20 would be comfortable enough to

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see her get the standard for Rio. She is just sitting near the back at

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the moment and Brianne Theisen-Eaton wearing the leader's number, the

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leader's name on her vest. Katarina Johnson-Thompson going through

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sitting through near the back and she will just make sure that she

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runs quickly enough to get the points. Not running dangerously. Not

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giving too much here. It is all about that qualifying standard.

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Johnson-Thompson giving nothing awe way. Just to get enough points for

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the qualification for Rio, a big statement from Brianne

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Theisen-Eaton, the Commonwealth champion runnier-up to Jessica

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Ennis-Hill in the World Championships in Beijing last summer

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and looks certain to take the title here in Gotzis. Good pace.

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And Katarina Johnson-Thompson is capable of much, much quicker. Just

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sitting in that group ten metres or so behind. Good for the Canadian,

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Theisen-Eaton to have the American there. Theisen-Eaton will be looking

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for a good time. Jessica Ennis-Hill will be watching this closely.

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Katarina Johnson-Thompson a long way behind at the moment, but again,

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anything under 2.20 will be good enough for her to get that

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qualifying standard of 6200 points. Here in the 800 metres, the final

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event in the heptathlon, and it is being led home by Brianne

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Theisen-Eaton. Brianne Theisen-Eaton will take the

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victory overall. The time is just outside 2.10. Brianne Theisen-Eaton

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narrowly behind her and Katarina Johnson-Thompson just comes home for

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fourth. Perhaps 2.16 or so. The victor, the winner, Brianne

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Theisen-Eaton, what a two days of competition it has been for her. A

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very, very strong winner and for Katarina Johnson-Thompson she will

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finish some way down, but she will get the qualifying standard. Yes, a

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mixed bag for KJT. The shot put possibly a down fall and the shot

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put earlier today, but it looks like she has done enough for Rio. There

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is confirmation of the 800 metres. Barbara Nwaba takes it.

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Johnson-Thompson down in sixth. Going into it, I just wanted to get

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6.2. I brought it back today. Job done. I came here for 6.2 and I got

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6.3 so I booked my plane to Rio and that's all I can do. A few smiles

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from Katarina Johnson-Thompson as she came out to the podium in Gotzis

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and she will be thinking of a much higher place on the podium than

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sixth when she goes to Rio. The qualifying standard achieved, it is

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all about preparing for the Olympic Games. The athletics keeps on coming

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on BBC Sport. Next on BBC One, we have highlights from the Diamond

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League. Tomorrow, we are back here on BBC One for the Birmingham

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Diamond League for three hours of top class track and field as some of

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the best of the world get in the groove for Rio, it is full of

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Olympic champions and it is full of Olympic hopefuls. It arts at 1.30pm

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on BBC One. -- starts at 1.30pm on BBC One. For Katarina

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Johnson-Thompson, she has booked her place for Rio and that Battle of

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Britain clash between her and Jessica Ennis-Hill is sure to be one

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of the highlights of the Games. Sadly Morgan Lake hasn't been able

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to secure her place yet, but there might be a chance for the teenager

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at another event. So, the season is in full swing. Remember you can

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catch all the action here on the BBC. But from me in Gotzis, it's

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goodbye. COMMENTATOR: That's what it means to

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him. Oh, it is going to be close, isn't

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it? I got to tell you, that's good. He

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has just done what he does best! What does it have in store for us

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this year? Oh, that's a huge jump. It's a

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perfect day.

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Highlights from the prestigious Hypo-Meeting in Gotzis, Austria. The event is one of the year's standout competitions in decathlon and heptathlon and will throw up plenty of form clues with the Olympic Games just a couple of months away.

Britons Katarina Johnson-Thompson and Morgan Lake are both set to compete, as they bid to achieve the qualifying standard required for Rio. Jessica Ennis-Hill, who made her long-awaited comeback to heptathlon in Gotzis in 2015, is not fit enough to return but will be keeping an eye on how the likes of Canadian world silver medallist Brianne Theisen-Eaton perform in Austria.


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