The women’s 4×100 relay consisting of Sonia Molina-Prados, Jäel Bestué, Paula Sevilla and Maribel Pérez is one step away from the medals on Munich European When it’s done fourthwith a period of 43.03the race won by German athletes.
The Spanish women’s 4×100 meter quartet, which only a month ago made history in fifth place at the World Championships in Eugene (United States), reached the final with a time of 42.95, the best mark for a Spanish quartet in continental history. championships and the third best record ever.
In the final, they took the gold with time running out 42.34 The german with a team consisting of Alexandra Burghardt, Lisa Mayer, Rebekka Haase, and Gina Lückenkemper, who also won in Munich won the 100 meter dash. The silver went to Poland, with a national record, and the bronze to Italy.
The relay was conducted by the Spanish team in lane six. Ciudad Real athlete Sonia Molina-Prados started the race and, in her partial, registered 11.76, the worst of the eight participants. Relief was taken by Barcelonan Jäel Bestué, who, with 10.18, was the third fastest time, as well as double hectometer specialist Paula Sevilla, who allowed Spain to cut three places. The last relay was carried out by the Sevillian Maribel Pérez, who won another one despite having no chance to reach the Italian Alessia Pavese.
The 43.03 recorded by the Spanish athletes is the fourth fastest time in the history of the women’s national team in the 4×100.
Source: La Verdad
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