- And pole vaulter Angelica Moser achieved “only” sixth place at the European Indoor Championships in Istanbul and was unable to defend her title.
- Audrey Werow and Laure Hoffman mask over the 800m and make it to the final on Sunday.
- Meanwhile, sprinter Pascal Mancini was stuck in the over 60-meter semifinals.
Two years ago she won gold in Toruń (Poland) with 4.75m, and this year she stayed Angelica Moser Already hanging at 4.60m in the last round. The European Indoor Championships in Istanbul ended in slight disappointment for the 25-year-old. Already at the start at 4.25m, Moser tore twice and was nearly finished prematurely. Her jump of 4.45m in the finish was enough for sixth place.
The victory went to Wilma Murto from Finland, who defeated Tina Sutig from Slovenia (4.75) in a close duel with a height of 4.85m. With the same result, Murtaugh took the European Outdoor Championship title in Munich a year earlier.
At 800 metres, two Swiss women will play in the final on Sunday (from 6:35 p.m. live on SRF). Audrey Werow At 2:01,19 a.m Laure Hoffman (2:03.19) Both of them achieved the second slot in the semi-finals. Hoffmann from Valais in particular showed his fighting qualities and overcame 3 opponents on his home stretch. Ferro of Freiburg ran right behind Kelly Hodgkinson of Great Britain, who was fastest in the semi-final, for almost the full distance.
Pascal Mancini Failed over 60 meters in the semifinals. With 6.64 seconds, it was enough in the third and final run for third place, but on the final count he was missing 5 hundredths for a lucky loser’s spot.
EM procedure at SRF
The remaining decisions in the European Indoor Championships can be watched live from Istanbul and commented on as follows on SRF:
- Sunday: From 8:00 a.m. – srf.ch/sport or SRF zwei & Sport App
- Sunday: From 5:05 p.m. – srf.ch/sport or SRF info & Sport App
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