Another example would be the 200. While I don't have the time to break down every athlete in both races, let's look at just the winners.
Boys - Vince Turnage wins with a 21.0. Now Turnage is a TERRIFIC sprinter, no doubt about it. But his 200 PR is 21.48 from STATE last year, and his pre-WW 2012 season best was 22.17. I think both Turnage and his outstanding coach would be the first to say he did not run a PR by almost a quarter-second Friday night.
Girls - Jessica Miles, another unquestioned top-notch sprinter, is credited with a 24.8. PR coming into the meet? 25.46. 2012 season best? 26.54
It's always dicey business to throw out stats, but Milesplit made the right call on this one.
I agree with throwing out everything below 800m. The timing was clearly BAD from the marks I saw.
On Vince Turnage, I do know his coach clocked him in 21.6 MT in contrast to the 21.0 MT on the "official" results. That seems about right, 0.6-0.8 seconds differential when looking at a number of the shorter races when compared to what one would expect based on earlier seasonal performances just prior to the WW meet.
Unfortunate, but OH MileSplit made the right call. I know I won't carry them on any of my lists.