He, future football player in the NFL, in New York remains 4/100 from the world record, she wins the Ncaa title in Eugene with the best world time trial of the year. Coleman 9 “92 in the 100
Day of barrels, in the United States. In the Italian night, Abby Steiner, 22 year old (white) of Kentucky University began who, confirming the excellent things shown in the first part of the season, won the 200 of the Ncaa finals of Eugene in 21 “80 (+1.3), best seasonal world performance, ahead of the Nigerian Favor Ofili (22 ”05). If between two weekends, again at Hayward Field, you pass unscathed from the Trials’ caudine forks, on the same track you can be a great protagonist at the World Championships (15-24 July). Where, among others, you will find the stars of Thursday’s Golden Gala specialty competition, led by Jamaican Shericka Williams who won 21 ”92 in Rome. To speak of Steiner’s qualities: 45 ‘after the final, she ran a (launched) fraction of 4×400 in 48 “92 …
On Randalls Island
Many, thanks to perfect conditions, the prestigious results in the Gold stage of the Continental Tour then hosted by the Icahn Stadium on Randalls Island, New York. The 12 “84 (+1.6) of the 27 year old Devon Allen in the 110 hs stands out, third world all-time performance after the 12” 80 of Aries Merritt (Brussels 2012) and the 12 “81 of Grant Holloway (Eugene 2021 ), on the second occasion with 13 ”06. And to think that the boy, a previous staff of 12 “99, in April signed a contract with the Philadelphia Eagles of Nfl football … Also noteworthy, in the 100, the 9” 92 (+1.4) of Christian Coleman, capable of ahead of Jamaican Ackeem Blake by 3/100 and Aleia Hobbs’ 10 ”83 (+1.3), capable of beating Sha’Carri Richardson, in a decidedly daring pink outfit, by 2/100. Then, to underline, Alaysha Johnson’s 12 ”40 (+2.0).
Italy: Vissa and Cavalli
Away from the United States, 21-year-old Cuban Jordan Diaz who jumped 17.76 (+1.0) in the triple in La Nucia, Spain. In a European key, however, an interesting 20 ”15 out of 200 (-0.5) of the revived Adam Gemili in Watford, England. The British, especially thinking about the European Championships in Munich, will be a tough nut to crack for the Azzurri. About Italy: lights on the female 1500s. The college title, in Eugene, with 4’09 “42 (7/10 more than the staff) went to Sintayenu Vissa, 25 years old born in Bahirdar, Ethiopia, girl adopted when she was nine from a family of Pozzecco di Bertiolo, fraction of 526 inhabitants in the province of Udine and university student in the United States (now in Ole Miss) since autumn 2019 thanks to scholarships. A few hours later, at the Swedish meeting in Sollentuna, the 21-year-old Genoese Ludovica Cavalli, standard bearer of the Air Force trained in Modena by Liberato Pellecchia, improving by almost 2 “, grew up to 4’05” 79, standard for Europeans.
June 12 – 11:23 pm
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