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Old 06-02-19, 12:32 AM
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The Triumph of KK Heath

Kaylyn Heath's (KK as she is affectionately known to her friends and teammates) season could have had a tragic ending at the Ross District meet. In the 100m dash finals, she could be seen limping across the finish line, then fell clutching her right hamstring on the ground. I was standing near the finish line and thought her season was over. She did run the 200m with her thigh heavily wrapped. Her father is the head coach at Lakota East. He must have known good people to take his daughter to for analysis and rehab on her right leg. She was able to run at Regional and qualify to State. At the State meet she pulled off the stunner and won the State title as her dream came true in spite of almost being ended at the Ross district meet. In the attached photo (click on the link below), we see her on her way to a magical State meet triumph as the only DI finisher under 12.0 with her PR of 11.93 into a -2.7 head wind. Mandatory photo credit of Bryon Horter.

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Kaylyn Heath's (KK as she is affectionately known to her friends and teammates) season could have had a tragic ending at the Ross District meet. In the 100m dash finals, she could be seen limping across the finish line, then fell clutching her right hamstring on the ground. I was standing near the finish line and thought her season was over. She did run the 200m with her thigh heavily wrapped. Her father is the head coach at Lakota East. He must have known good people to take his daughter to for analysis and rehab on her right leg. She was able to run at Regional and qualify to State. At the State meet she pulled off the stunner and won the State title as her dream came true in spite of almost being ended at the Ross district meet. In the attached photo (click on the link below), we see her on her way to a magical State meet triumph as the only DI finisher under 12.0 with her PR of 11.93 into a -2.7 head wind.

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Congratulations to her and her father, and to the Lakota East team win.

Also, congratulations to the awesome job that Indian Hill did at state with their win. I was banking on them after looking at last week's results at region.
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Old 06-02-19, 02:29 AM
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Here are your 2019 DI Girls State Champions - Lakota East Thunderhawks (Click on the link below) Photo courtesy of Bryon Horter.

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...the only DI finisher under 12.0 with her PR of 11.93 into a -2.7 head wind.

You get a true appreciation of just how well she ran when you correct her time to zero wind - 11.69, which would have broken teammate Serena Clark's Cincy record.

Such a great display of heart. My biggest concern after I saw it was that her leg would allow her to continue after that kind of effort. Obviously she did...
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You get a true appreciation of just how well she ran when you correct her time to zero wind - 11.69, which would have broken teammate Serena Clark's Cincy record.

Such a great display of heart. My biggest concern after I saw it was that her leg would allow her to continue after that kind of effort. Obviously she did...
How did you calculate that 11.69?

According to my "Big Gold Book", page 141 for the negative wind/altitude chart for women (differs from men), 11.93 into a -2.7 mps at roughly 800 ft ASL (above sea level) converts to an 11.75 at zero wind/elevation. That amounts to a 0.18 second loss in time, not a 0.24 second according to your number.
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How did you calculate that 11.69?

Jonas Mureika's calculator, the real gold standard for wind/altitude corrections.
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Kaylyn's uncle Lee Heath still holds the record at La Salle in the 100m dash 10.73 from the 1988 state meet. He came within an eyelash of beating the fabulous Chris Nelloms in that race. Afterwards he said he thought he had beaten him.
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