Compiling Gentry's comp results in a table. Anything I missed?

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You should do this for other players! This is so cool
I feel like he’s a 5-time National Champion though? I’m probably wrong…
It is interesting however that his lowest placing was only a seventh

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Probably because Gentry only competes if he knows he can win

He makes sure he’s in that position every year

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He got 15th at BAC 2009, forgot to include it.
To be fair, it was his first comp

I will do it for more players hopefully, it’s for my Wikipedia page edits. I did it for Evan too. Inspired by the ones for Marcus Koh and Hiroyuki Suzuki if you check out their wiki pages

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Nice work!

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What a noob!!

:stuck_out_tongue: :stuck_out_tongue:

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4th PNWR 2016

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2013 Worlds is blank, where it should say “29th”

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Oof lol

I don’t think that’s too big an oof, he did win the next year. That’s amazing.

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He did indeed, and it was his best performance don’t @ me

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@marm I am curious about this opinion can you please elaborate at length sir

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Would it be better to specify that he didn’t make it to finals?

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Gentry did in fact win worlds the next
Year, and that performance was his best one yet

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I believe he thought you meant 29th place was his best performance

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from 29th to first in one year is amazing!!!

Don’t forget the super strange anomaly of 10th at Cal States in 2014, too.

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Here’s the updated table

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