Triple Jump Progression For Senior Boys in 2017

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To calculate this report we looked at the top 200 boys who compete in the Triple Jump as high school freshmen in 2014. We then found the top 2017 senior times and put the two lists together keeping everyone who was on both. After that, we calculated the difference between the two times to see who improved the most from their freshmen year to their senior year. 


Athlete 2014 Distance 2017 Distance Difference
Chase Hubbard 27-5 29-10 2-5
Dominick Lizotte 29-0.5 38-6 9-5.5
Dylan Bailey 29-3 38-3 9-0
Evan Crocker 31-3 27-5.5 ( 3-9.5 )
Alex Roy 31-7.25 33-4 1-8.75
Isaac Seigle 31-10 33-3 1-5
Liam Hayes 31-11 30-9.5 ( 1-1.5 )
Carter Richmond 33-6 37-4.75 3-10.75
Sawyer Hebert 33-10.5 38-10.25 4-11.75
Michael O'Brien 34-6.25 42-0.25 7-6
Zion Gurney 34-7 41-2.5 6-7.5
Cade Violette 34-9 33-7.5 ( 1-1.5 )
Mike Worcester 35-0.5 37-9 2-8.5
Brandon Allen 35-2.75 40-4.25 5-1.5
Brandon Stevens 35-8.25 38-4.75 2-8.5
Hunter Wintle 36-3 39-0.75 2-9.75
Zidane Mcmurrin 36-6 42-3.75 5-9.75
Avry Griffin 39-4.25 40-4 0-11.75
Ruay Bol 42-7.75 44-6 1-10.25
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