All Time Records Updated

The all time records have been updated through the 2013 state meets.  I think we have caught all the corrections, but please let us know if you see something.

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    • steve harlow on July 13, 2013 at 2:05 pm
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    Is there a state record for 180 low hurdles?

      • Joan on January 16, 2014 at 11:02 am
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      We have the state champions for the 180 low hurdles under the State Champions tab. I don’t think we have records for other meets however. To see the state champions, click on the State Champion tab, select hurdles and then scroll down through the 300 hurdles. You will see where the switch was made from the 180 to the 300.

  1. Isaiah Brandt-Sims from Wenatchee still has the freshman 100m record with 10.72a. I left a link in the “website” category.

    • Brenda on February 1, 2016 at 9:07 pm
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    Thank you for this site!

    Can you tell me what year FAT timing became the standard for State Meets in Washington?

    We are trying to update some school records and it would be helpful to know that…. thanks!

    1. You’re welcome! It’s nice to be appreciated. To answer your question: It varies by classification. The larger school had automatic timing in 1981. If the times you see in the state meet results show only tenths, then it was hand timed. If the results show hundredths, it was FAT. Occasionally, a meet will have both FAT and hand timing because the FAT system failed during a race.

    • Ron Jackson on February 29, 2016 at 6:01 pm
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    Who do I contact about incorrect stats? My record for the 100m was officially recorded as 10.54. And my 100 yard was recorded as 9.3.

    Ja’Warren Hooker beat my long-standing 100m record. Just saying.

    1. We have Ja’Warren’s time of 10.54 listed as the 100 meter record. We are not showing the 100 yard record because the race is no longer run. Because 100 meters is a longer race than the yard race we don’t convert assuming that the runner could continue his speed. Congrats on your running career.

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