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Gambia Bass Gina Breaks National Record And Makwala Looked Sharper In Poland

As Tokyo Olympics is inching closer by the day more athletes are looking more sharper.

Janusz Kusocinki memorial in Poland on Sunday (20) produces some great performances from some African athletes.

Bass Gina took the opportunity of a good weather to break Gambia 100m national record by running 11.17s to win.

The African champion, Botswana Isaac Makwala looked more sharper as he ran a season best of 44.47s to win the 400m. Namibia Maslingi Beatrice was also impressive over 400m with fast 49.88s return.

Another Gambia on the day, Camara Ebrahima equalled Gambia 100m national record of 10.16s by placing second; after just a week after he did the same in France. The race was won by French record holder, Jacobs Lamont who ran 10.06s while Cisse Arthur was third with 10.25s run.

In pole vault, it was Lavilennie Renaud all the way as he soared 5.92m to win gallantly.

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