he World Athletics Championships Developed in Budapest Another incredible situation happened.Apart from Unusual golf cart crash As a result, an athlete ran 200 meters with one eye covered with glass. a jamaican starred in the film Hit the day The viral “Superman” jump on social networks.
its about Carey McLeodsuffered due to his poor performance He suffered an ankle injury that prevented him from winning the bronze medal. These images illustrate very eloquently how the Jamaican slipped up in the moments before the long jump this Thursday.This also makes his fall more spectacular, and finally leaves him Withdrew from the test because this was his third jump and he had already crossed the line.
Carey McLeod, who also competed in the triple jump, only ran 6.57 meters, which was not enough to break his best time. In the end, the bronze medal went to his compatriot Taj Gayle, who matched McLeod (8.27) and took the podium away from Carey.
Photo sequence of Carey McLeod’s jumps and bloopers:
The World Athletics Championships concluded day six of competition. This was the great hegemony of Jamaica, not much legendary but still powerful. One of the most telling examples is Seville and Fords, two Type 22s that, although not on the podium, were solid finalists in the 100m race won by Lyles. There were also silver and bronze medals in the long jump, as well as wins for Danielle Williams (100 hurdles) and Antonio Watson (400 hurdles).
For this reason alone, the huge impact of Greece’s Miltiadis Tentoglou, who became world champion in the last long jump, remains in the background, as does Canada’s Camryn Rogers A very clear victory was achieved in the hammer throw with Dutchman Femke Bol and in the 400 hurdles she put a clear distance between herself and her rivals.
Historic double ring for Spanish parade in Budapest
Spain’s Maria Perez and Alvaro Martín completed the double after winning the world title in the 35km race walk and gold in the 20km test.
World record holder Maria Perez won in 2:38.40 (championship record), protected by current Peruvian world champion Kimberly Garcia (2:40.52). Greece’s Antigoni Ntrismpioti finished on the podium with his best time of the year (2:43.22).
Alvaro Martin needed to set a new national record in 2:24.30 to beat Ecuadorian Brian Pintado in the final, who finished second in 2:24.34, setting a continental record. Third place was Japanese player Masatora Kawano, who achieved his best result of the season (2:25.12).
Another highlight on day six was that Olympic champion and 5000m world record holder Joshua Cheptegei was unable to compete in the semi-finals due to a foot injury. The Ugandan was seeking a double after winning the 10,000m race. The fastest in the preliminaries was Luis Grijalva of Guatemala (13:32.72).
Meanwhile, Americans Gabriel Thomas (21.97) and Noah Lyles (19.76) were the fastest in the 200m semifinals, while Kenya’s Emmanuel Wanyonyi (1:43.83 ) was the fastest in the 800m semi-finals, but world and Olympic champion and fellow Kenyan Emmanuel Korir will not compete in the title race due to injury.