Nick’s fastest fly 10m is 0.94. That was done with a 30m run-in. We’ve previously tested out to 40m with 10m splits but this requires extra gates that we currently don’t have. I’m not sure how this became about Nick because it’s not as if he’s the fastest LJer in the world and it isn’t unusual that someone can be great through 30m (or even 40m) but not run a great 100m? If everyone who was great through 30m was also great through 100m we’d see no one in the elite long jump because they’d all be sprinting for the money. I would guess that Nick hits top-end around 35m. The fact that I don’t set up the gates exactly where he hits top end is irrelevant in my opinion because 1) he is a LJer with a constrained approach run, 2) there’s far too much variability to predict / determine the exact location of the fastest 10m segment with any accuracy or repeatability, and 3) it would be a logistical nightmare that would not be conducive for testing.