Ingebrigtsen, diamond and European mile record


Ingebrigtsen, diamond and European mile record

The first day of the finals of Diamond League in Eugene, Oregon, United States left behind six national records and 15 champions and Jakob Ingebrigtsen, the protagonist is insatiable again. The Norwegian, who reached Hayward Field as a two-time world champion in Budapest (1,500m and 5,000m) He achieved victory and the diamond in the mile with 3’43″73, a new European record. Ingebrigtsen wanted the world record, but his time failed when the second hare that was supposed to launch him at 1,200m failed. In part of this, Mario García Romo closed the season with the Spanish record for the mile with 3’47”69, surpassing the historic mark of José Luis González effective since 1985.

The other Spaniard in contention on the first day of this finals, Dani Arce, did not have a good performance to close the best campaign of his life in the 3,000m steeplechase. The man from Burgos couldn’t get past tenth place with 8’31”53, in a test where the Moroccan fell at the last minute.í Soufiane El Bakkalivery emotionally affected by the earthquake that shook his country.

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In the women’s 1,500m, Faith Kipyegon He closed the best season of his life in style with a new diamond of 3’50″72, in a very high level final where the first nine fell below the four minute barrier. The Kenyan, who double world champion in 1,500m and 5,000m in Budapest, also broke three world records this season in 1,500m, mile and 5,000m.

Shericka Jackson fue the great speed queen of the day in Hayward Fieldwith his victory in the 100m with 10’70, ahead of the world champion Sha’Carri Richardson, who couldn’t get past fourth place in front of his home crowd with a 10.80. Jackson is an athlete with great resistance to speed and this Sunday in the 200m final he will try to beat the historic record of Flo Griffith of 21”34. In the men’s 100 meter race, Christian Coleman Budapest took revenge Noah Lyles and won the diamond with a 9.83, equaling the world’s best score of the year. Lyles will try to achieve victory this Sunday in his favorite event, the 200m.

Day of champions Saturday, September 16

Javelin (F): Karuka Kitaguchi (JPN) 63.78m

Height (M): Sanghyeok Woo (KOR) 2.35m

Triple jump (M): Andy Díaz (ITA) 17.43m

400v (M): Rai Benjamin (USA) 46”39

400m (M): Kirani James (GRN) 44”30

Javelin (M): Jakub Vadlejch (CZE) 84.24m

Pole vault (F): Katie Moon (USA) 4.86m

3,000m obs (F): Winfred Yavi (BRN) 8’50”66

Triple (F): Yulimar Rojas (VEN) 15.35m

1,500m (F): Faith Kipyegon (KEN) 3’50”72

100m (M): Christian Coleman (USA) 9”83

Weight (W): Chase Ealey (USA) 20.76m

3,000m obs (M): Simon Koeach (KEN) 8’06”26

100m (F): Shericka Jackson (JAM) 10”70

Mile (M): Jakob Ingebrigtsen (NOR) 3’43”73

In the 400 hurdles, Ray Benjamin the world record holder was surprised Karsten Warholm and he grabbed the diamond in the last meter with an excellent time of 46.39. This Sunday there are 17 more diamonds at stake, with the participation of the Spaniard Saul Ordonez at 800m.

Source: La Verdad


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