Dutchman Femke Poll claimed the year’s second-best world record of 52.79 seconds in Bellinzona, Switzerland on Monday, proving once again that the course is unrivaled in the 400m hurdles. Boll won two golds in the 400 hurdles and 4×400 meters at the world championships in Budapest last August, a win that extended his winning streak to 13 in the past 14 months. record.
In fact, Femke Bol, a bronze medalist at the last Tokyo Olympics, has not lost a 400m hurdles race since July 2022 when he fell in the World Cup final in Eugene Against American Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone, who had to set a new world record — 50.78 seconds — to pass the Dutchman. With McLaughlin-Levrone not competing in any hurdles this year, concentrating on the 400-meter sprint, Fimke Pohl has yet to find anyone who can match her this season.
As confirmed again this Monday at the Bellinzona Public Stadium, Won with a time of 52.79 seconds85 percent ahead of American Shamier Little, who, as was the case at the World Cup in Budapest, finished second with a time of 53.64 seconds. After setting the best record for the project with a time of 51.45 seconds in London on July 23, the 23-year-old Ball has two best world records of the year.
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Jamaicans also shine Elaine Thompson-Herah, Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020 Double Olympic Champion – 100m and 200mIn the 100-meter final, he won the championship with a time of 10.92 seconds, which is his best result this season. The brand suggests Thompson-Hera, who was ruled out at the last World Cup in Budapest despite finishing fifth in Jamaica’s selection, will have to be considered for next summer’s Paris Olympics.
Puerto Rico’s Jasmine Camacho-Quinn will try to revalidate her title won in Tokyo, setting a new event record with a time of 12.56 seconds in Monday’s 100m hurdles final. The win, however, did nothing to help the Caribbean forget the surprise defeat of Jamaican Danielle Williams in the World Cup final in Budapest, Camacho-Quinn’s only setback of the season.
Starr beats CEH again at disco
The Swede did not surprise anyone, either at the World Cup in Budapest or this Monday in Bellinzona. Daniel Stahl, as happened a few weeks ago in the Magyar capital, beat Slovenian Kristjan Ceh in the disco final, World Leader of the Year. Current Olympic champion Stahl won in Bellinzona with the best throw of 67.24 metres, 9 centimeters ahead of second-placed Cech (67.15 metres).
the brazilians did not fail Alison dos SantosThe 2022 world champion, he beat France’s Wilfried Happio in 47.58 seconds in the 400m hurdles final. Newly-crowned world champion Italy’s Giamarco Temberi was unable to follow suit, finishing fourth with a best of 2.24m in the high jump final. Ukraine’s Andrii Protsenko achieved the same, ahead of Poland’s Norbert Kobielski (2.24 points) and Italy’s Stefan Stefano Sottile, with fewer air jumps, finished third with the same result.