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Paweł Fajdek i Anita Włodarczyk zwyciężyli w rzucie młotem podczas Memoriału Ireny Szewińskiej w Bydgoszczy. Najlepszy w tym roku wynik na świecie w biegu na 400 m uzyskała 18-letnia Namibijka Christine Mboma - 48,54 to rekord świata juniorek i siódmy rezultat w historii.

Svevizka’s memoir: The victories of Fajtek and Vodorsik. 400 m

Pav Fajtek and Anita Vodorsik hammered at the memorial of Irina Zzevizka in Pythagoras. 18-year-old Namibian Christine Emboma achieved the world’s best finish in the 400 meters this year – 48.54 world junior record and seventh in history.

Fajtek threw 82.77 in the best effort, and confirmed that training with Simon Djokovsky was going in the best direction.

I don’t know if I was too regular in my career because this year I had weak competition. There were years when I had beautiful success lines. However, I definitely feel well prepared. Today I made three good throws at the start of the match. A test leading to the final in Tokyo for the first time at 76.56. When I got into it, you knew I was always doing well – Fajtek told reporters.

Anita Vodorsik won with a result of 77.93, her best this season and the third in the world this year.

In Tokyo, a bronze medal must be awarded for a throw of 77 meters – Włodarczyk rated.

AZS AWF Katowice player started this season after a two-year hiatus due to injury. The starts were tough, but at the Sorso and the Polish Championships in Bosna, the two-time Olympic champion reiterated that everything was going according to plan. In the end, it reassured the fans and calmed down the sports experts at Bitcoin. She had a big streak on Wednesday. In addition to 77.93 in the second round, he crossed the 75-meter mark five times.

Quiet. Let the emotions cool. In Bosna, I have already said that I am ready for 77-78 meters. I don’t have to wait long. I’m glad I did in Phytos because I have so many favorite memories of this arena. First of all, I am pleased to honor the memory of Irina Szeviska in a dignified manner. – Said multimedia player of all world events.

Seeing all the women running the 400 meters, all the fans rolled their eyes in surprise. The 18-year-old Namibian won the emboma. At the Tokyo Olympics, 48.54 indicates that the level of competition is normal. Second-place finisher Justina Święty-Ersetic scored 51.91.

I know this player is very strong, but I did not expect a result within 48.5 seconds. The world is running incredibly fast in this competition and you can find what to expect in Tokyo – Assessed the representative of Poland.

Damien Siskier scored 13.60 in the 110-meter dash. Orlando Ortega won – 13.33.

Getting ready for a perfect, exciting run in Tokyo. I have already exhausted my misfortune during HME in Torres – The best Polish barrier said with a smile. He said right away that he did not expect prizes when the finals at an Olympics like Rio de Janeiro were over 13.40.

Now it is necessary to approach or improve the Polish record. I am ready for that. The Asian climate is very suitable for me. When everything is in order – I will surprise all of you – He announced.

Ethiopia’s Dykist Gettema won the 1500-meter race, sometimes on 4.03.90. His teammate Vorgnesh Messel was the fastest in the 800 meters – 1.59.39. Anna Wilkos finished fourth – 2.02.05.

In the men’s event, Cornelius Dwayne of Kenya won by 1.45.76. Adam Xcott finished fifth – 1.47.97.

The fastest sprinters in the crowd were South Africa’s representative, Priest Liotlela and Trinidad and Tobago’s representative Michael-Lee Ahe. They scored 10.24 and 11.33, respectively.
At 3000m with obstacles, Ethiopian Abraham Sim became the best – 8.21.41. In the shot put competition, New Zealander Tom Walsh won by 21.46. Sixth place went to Mikey Hardick. At best attempt it reached 20.42.

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Chris Nilsson of the United States won the top pole vault competition with a score of 5.92. Third place went to Piotr Lisek – 5.82.

There is a good level of stabilization. I took third place, which only explains how strong the world leaders are in this competition. This is a tough time for Polar Walters, but it’s a lot of excitement for both fans and journalists. (…) The tabs on 5.92, which failed today, are very promising. Being at this height I said to myself: “Lizu, you are ready for this” – Insisted the record holder of Poland.