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The men’s high jump and women’s triple jump are underway. For the high jump, the bar is now at 2.00m. Four men have cleared the bar on their first attempt – Harvard’s Spencer Lemons, Penn’s Thomas Pitt, Dartmouth’s Jeremy Birck, and Cornell’s Myles Lazarou. Of the remaining athetes, only Cornell’s Austin Jamerson has yet to enter the competition (he’s off doing the discus portion of the decathlon). Jamerson would wait until 2.04m to enter, where he easily entered the competition at 2.04m. The bar is now up to 2.07m, and there will be a new man crowned as a Heps champion as Penn’s Mike Monroe (2015 Indoor Heps champion) bowed out at 2.04m
Flight 1 of the women’s triple jump is complete. Of that first flight, we believe that Brown’s O’Sha Williams leads the competition with a best jump of 12.57m. Second flight is warming up, and this includes Columbia’s Nadia Eke.
The decathlon race got a lot tighter after the completion of the discus throw. Princeton’s Stephen Soerens only holds a 3 point lead now over Cornell’s Austin Jamerson- 5,206 to 5,203 points. Brown’s Peter Rhodes had a farthest throw with 41.33m, but he still sits almost 70 points back in 3rd with 5,130 points. These are the only men above 5,000 points in the competition. Pole Vault portion to start at 12:05pm.