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Spearman Ogrodnikova ranked second on the golden stirrup, and Vetter threw a distance of 94 meters

Spearman Ogrodnikova ranked second on the golden stirrup, and Vetter threw a distance of 94 meters

Ostrava – Oštřpa tookka Nikola Ogrodnikova took second place in the Zlatá tretra meeting with a maximum of 65.13 meters this year. The current Czech top seed lost to Germany’s Christine Hosung in the 60th jubilee in Ostrava, who finished second in this year’s tables with a performance of 66.56. An average performance of 762 cm was enough for third place long-distance driver Radek Gusik.

European indoor shot put champion and Olympic player Mouain Tomás Stanik did not reach the medal center, finishing fourth with a performance of 20.11. Jacob Vadegsch also put the javelin at the bottom of the podium, confirming his participation in Tokyo by fulfilling the Union Limit. Germany’s favorite, Johannes Vetter, won the 94.20 year performance of the first series.

The 2017 world champion from London attacked Jan elezn’s gold milestone with the seventh longest throw in history and was 44 cm behind him in front of the current co-director. He followed him with a performance of 91.33, missed the third attempt, and then bombed the target 88.50 three times. Its diameter was more than 90 meters.

“It was a great throw, but of course the world record would be better. I’m very happy with the whole series. I had no opponents in this meeting. It was great training for me. Little mistakes and hit the spear well,” cheer. See Vetter.

The silver medalist from the 2017 World Championships Vadlejch, who was limited by the thigh, had only the first valid throw and was gradually expelled from the medal centers by world champion Anderson Peters of Grenada (83.39) and Olympic winner from London Kishorn and Walcott of Trinidad and Tobago ( 82.75).

Ogrodníková repeatedly crossed the sharp engagement limit at the start in Tokyo (64.00) with a fourth series throw, but it was not enough for the only opener from the 2018 Berlin European Championships. “The performance is very impressive, but I came here with the fact that I wanted to win, so I am I am not completely satisfied. ” “I think I still have different meters,” she added.

World record holder Barbora Špotáková did not exceed 60 meters and finished fourth. In the end, Polka María Andrejsekova was not announced at the start, who finished third in the historic standings at the European Cup Throwing Cup in Split on Sunday with a performance of 71.40.

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Juška started the competition with 3 paces and had only two valid attempts and third place was enough for him in the end. Only Frenchman Augustin Bey (802) got eight meters, and he beat the Czech record holder by another 11 cm, Swiss Benjamin Gifler.

The runway was defeated by two remaining medalists from HME Filip Mihajlevič of Croatia (21.58) and pole Mikhal Haratik (21.30) and by 79 cm also Swedish Wictor Petersson. The Czech record holder was glad that he survived the race in good health after being injured. “I have definitely pursued what my health permits. I haven’t shot much from a full turn and cannot build on a throw from a place or a half-turn. I make trivial mistakes I shouldn’t make. But it is because there is a mass” of injury (a muscle in my leg) that I have had Her last spring and recovered in front of Torun. Holt, I have to nibble on this, and the start will be slower. It’s important that I wander far into the Olympics or the Olympics and not here, “Stanik said.

In cold weather, spectators did not see a six-meter performance in star pole vaulting. World record holder Armand Duplantes did not correct a single height and won by 590 cm over world champion Sam Kendricks (585). It also resisted the American meeting record of 593 cm. “It was my first meeting, so I needed to get rid of the rust I was feeling. Show me I’m in very good shape. I had a problem starting up. My legs didn’t get the job done. Wanted. Maybe I’ll come back in a year. And I’ll jump higher,” said Better Athlete last year in the world.

Fred Curley won the 100 meters in 9.96 and scored a scalp of veteran Justin Gatlin, beating American Kenneth Bednarik (19.93) in the 200-second mark. The day before Christmas Eighteenth, Brett Max Burgin was running Year 1 Time: 44.14 on Octopus. Graniďan Kirani James (44.74) confirmed the preferred half-track role, and Pavel Maslák finished sixth (46.52) in this year’s first external appearance on his main track. Two-time world champion Daphne Schippers, on the other hand, finished second under the podium in 200th place with USA’s Shakari Richardson (22.35) victory.

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Already in the introductory program, Ugandan perseverant Jacob Keplimo starred with a time of 26: 33.93 in the 10,000-meter race and ranked seventh on the historical charts. The twenty-year-old world champion in the half marathon approached the record in a thirteen-second Ostrava meeting, held by the famous Ethiopian Kenenisa Bekele for 17 years. “Everything came together today. The weather was good, everything worked. I wasn’t expecting a time like this, I was hoping for less than 27 minutes. The seventh time in the date is something I didn’t even think of,” cheer up. .

The world record holder since last year is citizen Kiplim Joshua Cheptegei (26: 11.00), who in Ostrava at the end of the program, unsuccessfully, tried to beat the historic maximum on the 3000-meter course. With a time of 7:33:24, he has lagged far behind, but is at the top of this year’s tables.

Zlatá tretra, a sports meet-up for the Continental Tour – Gold Class in Ostrava:

Men:

100 m (winds +1.4 m / s): 1. Curley 9,96, 2. Gatlin (Oba USA) 10,08, 3. De Grasse (Cannes) 10,17, … 6. Philippa 10, 38, 8. Stromsic (Both CR) 10.44.

200 m (-0.6): 1. Bednarek 19,93, 2. Kerley (oba USA) 20,27, 3. Brown (Kan.) 20,40, … 6. Jerka 21.04, 7. pole 21, 21, 8. German (All CR) 21.34.

400 m: 1. James (Green) 44.74, 2. Norwood (USA) 45.28, 3. Dober (Nez) 45.30, … 6. Buttercup herb 46,52, 7. Shurm 46,90,8. Carpenter (All CR) 47.12.2019

800 m: 1. Burgin (Brett) 1:44, 14, 2. Van Diepen (Nez) 1: 45, 36, 3. Whitman (Brett) 1:45, 47, … 9. nejdr (Czechoslovakia) 1: 46.68.

1500 m: 1. Lewandowski (Paul.) 3: 35.57, 2. Gomez (p.) 3: 35.70, 3. Abate (et al.) 3: 36.32, … 9. the Eagles 3: 37, 21, 12. Holosa 3: 38, 19, 13. Fresh (All CR) 3: 38.88.

3000 m: 1. Cheptegei (Ug.) 7: 33,24, 2. P. Chelimo (USA) 7: 41,69, 3. O. Chelimo (Keňa) 7: 43,00, … 8. king (Czechoslovakia) 8: 20.61.

10.000 m: 1. Kiplimo (Uganda) 26: 33,93, 2. Balew (Bahr.) 27: 07,49, 3. Aouani (It.) 27: 45,81.

400 BC: 1. Cubello (Tour) 49.21, 2. Cibilio (Italy) 49.62, 3. Corocnae (May) 49.70, … 6. Tuček (Czechoslovakia) 50.77.0000

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3000 BC: 1. Will (and others) 8: 09, 47, 2. Norman (Brett) 8:20, 12, 3. Zaglami (He) 8: 20, 29, … 10. Jacket (Czechoslovakia) 08:46.

a stick: 1. Duplantis (SWE) 590, 2. Kendricks (USA) 585, 3. V. Lavillenie (Fr.) 560, … 6. Sherpa 520, 8. Paratha 520, 9. Kudlička (Each CR) 520.

Columns: 1. Bey (Fr.) 802 2. Gföhler (Switzerland) 773, 3. Juška 762, … 6. Bistro (Both are CR) 741.

Triple jump: 1. Zango (Burk. Faso) 17.20, 2. Hess (DEU) 16.97, 3. Raffin (Fr.) 16.71, … 6. Vondráek 15,89,7. Boat (Both are CR) 15.59.

a ball: 1. Mihaljevic (HRV) 21,58, 2. Haratyk (POL) 21,30, 3. Petersson (SWE) 20,90, 4. stands up (Czechoslovakia) 20.11.00

Spear: 1. Vetter (Sleep.) 94.20, 2. Peters (Green) 83.39, 3. Walcott (Trane) 82.75, 4. Fudligch 82, 31, 5. cheery 78,52, 6. Florian 73, 71, 7. Friedrich (All CR) 71.14.

4x100m: 1. Switzerland (Wicki, Reais, Petrucciani, Mancini) 39.08, 2. CR A (Stromcic, Pollack, Jerca, Philippa) 39,12.

women:

200 m (-1,1): 1. Richardson (USA) 22.35, 2. Okagbare (NGA) 22.59, 3. Kambundji (Switzerland) 22.85, … 6. Fundrova 23,90,7. bacon (Both CR) 24.22.

800 m: 1. Hodginson (Brit.) 1: 58.89, 2. Welteji (et al.) 1: 59.79, 3. Lindh (Sweden) 2: 01.10, … 9. Ficenec 2: 04, 45, 10. She is deaf (Both CR) 2: 05.30.

1500 m: 1. Hailuová (Et.) 4: 04,20, 2. Mišmašová-Zrimšeková (Slovenia) 4: 07,50, 3. Mešešaová (Et.) 4: 07,52, … 6. Mizulyanikova 4: 08,37, 10. Ferzalova (Both CR) 4: 12.78.

400 BC: 1. Knight (Brit.) 54.74, 2. Ryžichová (UKR) 55.09, 3. Petersenová (DEN) 55.76, … 6. Jíchová (Czechoslovakia) 58.47.00

Hammer: 1. Kopronová (Pol.) 74,74, 2. Tavernierová (Fr.) 73,30, 3. Wlodarczyková (Pol.) 72,72, … 7. saffron 67,76, 8. Bartova (Both are CR)

Spear: 1. Hosong (DEU) 66,56, 2. Ogrodníková (R) 65,13, ​​3. Kolaková (Chorv.) 60.04, 4. Špotáková 59,49, … 7. Tabakova (Both are CR) 55.58.

4x100m: 1. Czech Republic up to 20 years (Blažková, Lamačová, Šplechtová, Mičunková) 45,36.

The National Program:

Men’s 100m (Winds +1.0): 1. Zálevsk (Czechoslovakia) 10.27.2019

Ladies & # 39; 400 m: 1- Kachmarkova (Poland) 52,23,2. Malikova (Czechoslovakia) 52.83, 100 AD (+0.5): 1. Stolova (Czechoslovakia)