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European Indoor Medalist Van Gool Slices Netherland Record As Swedish Sagina Leaps World Leading Distance

It seem it’s a record season in Netherland as European 60m bronze medalist, Joris Van Gool joined Femkel to slice the national record as he won the PSD Bank Meet on Sunday (7) with impressive 6.58s.

In the long jump, Swedish star, Khaddi Sagnia pull out an impressive jump to shot to the top with 6.82m.

Full Results:

Men

60m 1 Joris van Gool (ned) 6.58; 2 Konstantinos Zikos (gre) 6.64; 3 Yannick Wolf 6.71 (6.68 1h1); 4 Fabian Olbert 6.76 (6.75 4h2); in heats: Julian Wagner 6.62 1h2; Michael Pohl 6.68 1h1; Silvan Wicki (sui) 6.71 3h1; Lennart Hartenberg 6.76 4h1; Aleksandar Askovic 6.77 5h1; Marvin Orthmann 6.80 6h1

800m A 1 Andreas Kramer (swe) 1:47.64; 2 Adam Kszczot (pol) 1:47.65; 3 Marc Reuther 1:47.99; 4 Christoph Kessler 1:49.40; 5 Maarten Plaum (ned) 1:49.60; 6 Oskar Schwarzer 1:49.90

800m B Kevin Viezee (ned) 1:52.50

1.500m A 1 Kumari Taki (ken) 3:39.12; 2 Charles Philibert-Thiboutot (can) 3:40.21; 3 Simas Bertasius (ltu) 3:42.23; 4 Karl Bebendorf 3:42.71; 5 Johan Rogestedt (swe) 3:43.56; 6 Steffen Baxheinrich 3:48.83;… 8 Tim van de Velde (bel) 3:52.83

1.500m B 1 Marvin Heinrich 3:40.93; 2 Pietro Arese (ita) 3:42.04; 3 Maximilian Feist 3.45.14; 4 Ruben Verheyden (bel) 3:45.81; 5 Mikael Johnsen (den) 3:46.31; 6 Maximilian Sluka 3:46.57; 7 Jelmer van der Linden (ned) 3:47.01; 8 Paul Specht 3:47.95; 9 Felix Wammetsberger 3:49.33 

1.500m C 1 Velten Schneider 3:47.58; 2 Samuel Blake (aus) 3:47.79

60mh 1 Orlando Ortega (esp) 7.68; 2 Elmo Lakka (fin) 7.74; 3 Koen Smet (ned) 7.79; 4 Liam vam der schaaf (ned) 7.81; 5 Tim Eikermann 7.90; 6 Gregory Minoue 7.94

Pole Vault- 1 Ernest John Obiena (phi) 5.68; 2 Oleg Zerniekl 5.65; 3 Torben Blech 5.65; 4 Cole Walsh (usa) 5.55; 5 Dominik Alberto (sui) 5.45; 6 Lamin Krubally (gam) 5.20

Women

60m 1 Jennifer Montag 7.21; 2 Salome Kora (sui) 7.27; 3 Sina Mayer 7.30; 4 Amelie-Sophie Lederer 7.33 (7.32 1h1); 5 Keshia Kwadwo 7.36 (7.36 3h2); 6 Lilly Kaden 7.37; 7 Johanna Marie Bechthold 7.38 (7.33 2h2); in heats: Alexandra Burghardt 7.33 2h1; Sophia Junk 7.41 5h1; Laura Müller 7.42 5h2; Talea Prepens 7.42 6h1

400m A 1 Laura Müller 53.70; 2 Ruth Sophie Spelmeyer-Preuss 53.78; 3 Brenda Cataria-Byll 54.26

400m B Imke Vervaert (bel) 54.10 1h1; Alica Schmidt 54.32 2h1; Luna Thiel 54.36 3h1; Anna Malia Hense (2004) 55.42 4h1

800m Julia Swelam 2:08.84

1.500m A 1 Caterina Granz 4:10.33; 2 Katharina Trost 4:10.56; 3 Elena Burkard 4:11.11; 4 Vera Coutellier 4:20.48; 5 Verena Meisl 4:22.75; 6 Patricia de Graat 4:24.89; 7 Line Schulz (den) 4:31.76

1.500m B Fabiane Mayer 4:23.63

60mh 1 Eline Berings (bel) 8.31; 2 Monika Zapalska 8.32; 3 Lisa Maihöfer 8.45

2.000m Steeples 1 Gesa Felicitas Krause 6:02.60; 2 Lea Meyer 6:03.39; 3 Claire Palou (fra) 6:07.40; 4 Alexa Lemitre (fra) 6:17.67; 5 Agnes Thurid Gers 6:20.06

Long Jump 1 Khaddi Sagnia (swe) 6.82; 2 Nastassai Mironchik-Ivanova (blr) 6.56; 3 Filippa Fotopoulou (cyp) 6.52; 4 Tilde Johansson (swe) 6.29; 5 Maryse Luzolo 6.21; 6 Jovanna Klaczynski 6.20; 7 Lea Halmans 6.10; 8 Nicola Kondziella (2002) 5.98

By discernsportblog

Former sprinter, Taewondo and Badminton Player. Sport Physiotherapist

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