The 2016 World Indoor High Jump Champion, Italian Gianmarco Tamberi seems to have finally discovered his old form that saw him winning everything in 2016; including twice breaking Italian outdoor and indoor high jump record following winning world indoor champion. At the Ancona, Italian meet on Saturday (30), the 28 years old reigning European Champion, soared higher to win in 2.32m world leading height.
Eugenio Meloni also gave account of himself as he was not overwhelmed by the Italian record holder by jumping 2.18m to place second and Nicholas Nava was third with 2.14m.
60mh Francesco Ferrante 7.93 (7.89 1h)
Triple Jump-Samuele Cerro 15.91
60mh 1 Angelika Wegierska 8.19; 2 Giulia Latini 8.28 (8.24 1h1); 3 Giulia Guarriello 8.39
Long Jump-1 Anna Visibelli 5.98; 2 Greta Brugnolo (2003) 5.95; 3 Adriana Cosmai (2002) 5.94