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Strong Throwing From Japanese Genki Dean And Egyptian Ihab Abdelrahman In Potchefstroom

Another round of South African Potchefstroom Meet on Tuesday (16) springs up strong performance from the foreigner.

The world junior Javelin silver medalist, Japanese Genki Dean took his time to beat World silver medalist, Egyptian Ihab Abdelrahman by throwing 82.15m to Ihab 81.57m.

Another Egyptian Hassan Abdelgawad Mahmoud threw hammer distance of 73.88m.

Full Results:

Men

200m (-0,1) 1 Pieter Conradie 21.20; 2 Chederick Van Wyk 21.28

400m Pieter Conradie 46.35 1h1; Bayapo Ndori 46.85 2h1; Theuns Ehlers 47.06 3h1; Zibane Ngozi 47.40 1h2

800m 1 Renier De Villiers 1:46.98; 2 Theuns Ehlers 1:47.93; 3 Kabelo Mohlosi 1:48.42

Hammer-Hassan Abdelgawad Mahmoud (egy) 73.88

Javelin-1 Genki Dean (jpn) 82.15; 2 Ihab Abdelrahman (egy) 81.57; 3 Toni Kuusela (fin) 81.51; 4 Jakub Vadlejch (cze) 78.90; 5 Jhann Grobler 76.50; 6 Viteszlav Vesely (cze) 75.06; 7 Janis Svens Griva (jpn) 74.06; 8 Kennosuke Sogava (jpn) 70.91

Women

200m (0.5) Miranda Coetzee 23.81

200m u20 (1.3) Elke Van der Westhuizen 24.13

400m Miranda Coetzee 53.69

Long Jump-Carmen Fouche 6.15 (2.0)

Javelin-1 Sunette Viljoen 60.60; 2 Yuka Sato (jpn) 60.34; 3 Jo-Ane Van Dyk 57.75; 4 Nikol Tabachková (cze) 55.95

By discernsportblog

Former sprinter, Taewondo and Badminton Player. Sport Physiotherapist

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