Update May 12, 2016
Jenn Suhr has had some achilles issues and is seeking treatment. She has decided, with her coach, Rick Suhr to withdraw from the meet and seek the treatment. Too much on the line this season for athletes to take chances. from Larry Eder
Updated May 11, 2016
On May 7, in Austin, Texas, Jenn Suhr cleared 4.75m for the win. She made three game attempts at 4.93m. Jenn Suhr will be competing in the pole vault at the adidas Global HQ in Herzogenaurach, Germany on May 13. We look forward to seeing the Olympic gold and silver emdalist as well as the World Indoor Champion performing this weekend!
Suhr in Germany
HERZOGENAURACH (GER): Pole vault Indoor World record holder and Olympic winner Jenn Suhr is the latest top name confirmed for adidas Boost Meeting in Herzogenaurach on May 13. She will face top Germans Silke Spiegelburg with Kristina Gadschiew. The competition will be held before the entry to adidas factory outlets. In the stadium on the track on Friday and Saturday Yohan Blake will run the 100 m against Marvin Bracy, Keston Bledman and Gerald Phiri. In the 200 m a top clash between Warren Weir, Nickel Ashmeade and Alonso Edward could be expected. US David Verburg and Tony McQuay are the stars of the 400 m. In women 100 m Tori Bowie will run with Octavious Freeman, TrinidadÂ´s Michelle-Lee Ahye and British Desiree Henry. The top names for long distance races have been already announced with Meseret Defar competing in the 10 000 m.
Larry Eder responds: Jenn Suhr is part of the exciting new two day meeting in Herzogenaurach, Germany, to be held on the Adi Dassler track on May 13-14, 2016.