Duplantis lights up the Diamond League.  Dallavalle, Del Buono and Sartori fly to the World Cup

The world record holder of the auction above 6 meters despite the rain. The 100 in De Grasse in 10 “05. From Spain to Grosseto, three Azzurri hit the minimum for Eugene

Sixth stage of the Diamond League in Oslo without sensational results, but with many good indications in view of Eugene’s World Cup. Opens Armand Duplantis, the most anticipated, who flies in the wet at 6.02 and takes the meeting with the best world performance of the year; closing with an extraordinary Jakob Ingebritsen in the mile (3’46 “46) which touches the European record.

All the results

There was expectation for the 100, orphans of the Olympic champion Marcell Jacobs, who can sleep peacefully again tonight: the success of the Canadian Andre ‘De Grasse in 10 “05 (personal) does not scare. According to Reece Prescod in 10” 06, then Akani Simbine in 10 “09. Devon Allen in 110 obstacles: 13 ”22 (-1.2 meters per second). The 400 are from Kirani James in 44 “78, ahead of Isaac Makwala (45” 45), third Christopher Taylor in 45 “52. Femke Bol dominates the 400 obstacles in 52 “61 (meeting record), ahead of Anna Ryzhykova (54” 81) and Jessie Knight (54 “84). Among the men, the Brazilian wins and convinces Alison dos Santos in 47 “26. Kartsen Warholm is warned. 5000 always speak Ethiopian: Telahun Haile Bekele wins in 13’03 “51, then Samuel Tefera with 13’04” 35, third Getnet Wale in 13’04 “48. Dawit Seyaum(14’25 “84), on Gudaf Tsegay (14’26” 69) and Letesenbet Gidey (14’26 “92). In the long run, success for the Greek “Miltos” Tentoglou (8.10).

The blues

In the 110 obstacles dominated by Devon Allen (13 “22), blue Paolo Dal Molin closes sixth in 13 “76. In the women’s 200, the Dane wins Ida Karstoft in 22 “76 in front of Beth Dobbin in 23” 01, third Jamile Samuel in 23 “05. The blue Dalia Kaddari closes fifth in 23 “30.

Del Buono in Spain

After eight years, Federica Del Buono returns to improve in the 1500s in Castellon, Spain, with an excellent 4’03 “45 and third place behind the Ethiopian Lemlem Hailu (4’00” 32) and the Australian Olympic finalist Linden Hall (4’00 “58 ). The Vicenza becomes the fourth Italian ever and sets the standard for the Eugene World Cup. In the same race, the winner of the NCAA Sintayehu Vissa drops to 4’04 “64, closing in fourth place and becoming the seventh Italian of each era.

In Grosseto

The International Meeting of the City of Grosseto, now in its 16th edition, was waiting with trepidation Larissa Iapichino, back on the platform of the seasonal record of 6.58 obtained less than a month ago. But the 19 year old of the Fiamme Gialle fails to improve – 6.52 the best jump (then 6.48, 6.30, 6.37 and two nulls) – finishing 2nd behind the Ukrainian Mariya Horyelova (6.59). Instead, she shines the star of Andrea Dallavalle (Fiamme Gialle) on his seasonal debut: here last year he had hit the staff of 17.35, here he repeats this year with an excellent 17.25, 11 centimeters above the minimum for the World Cup which bodes well. The other relevant results: to the 4×100 Olympic champion Lorenzo Patta (Fiamme Gialle) the 100 meters in 10 “31 (-0.2), in front of Matteo Melluzzo (Fiamme Gialle, 10” 40) and Marco Ricci (Nissolino Sport) to the staff in 10 “51. Fly Rebecca Sartori (Fiamme Oro) in the 400 obstacles: her 55 “40 is also for her the standard for the Eugene World Championships at the hundredth, while Linda Olivieri (Fiamme Oro) sets the best time of the year in 55” 69, ahead of Eleonora Marchiando (Carabinieri) in 56 “61. Finally Amber Sabatini (Fiamme Gialle) rejoices in 14 “28 (wind -1.0) for the new success in the 100 T63 against Martina Caironi (Fiamme Gialle), neoprimatist of the world with 14” 02, but today second.

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