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Swiss athletics celebrated four medals on day three of the European Under-23 Championships in Tallinn, Estonia.
- William Reyes runs 200m to reach gold
- Ricky Petrociani wins the 400m title
- Jasmine Geiger wins bronze in the 400m hurdles
- Silke Lemmens wins bronze at 400m
This leaves Switzerland behind Simon Emer long jump title He is already there with 5 medals on Friday and is third behind Spain and Germany in the medal table.
Reyes dominates the competition
Reyes’s over 200m title was announced: the 22-year-old from Graubünden was the fastest in the semi-finals. In the final, he placed the best under-23 world title with a time of 20.47 seconds.
Petrociani with EM-Record
Ricky Petrociani took the title over 400 metres, and 21-year-old Ticino 45.02 was the new personal best set at the European Under-23 Championship.
Limns and Geiger in Bronze
At the same distance, Silke Lemmens took the bronze. At 52.09 she improved her record in Switzerland under 23 years. The bronze medal with a record under-23 (55.25) was also awarded to 21-year-old Jasmine Geiger in the 400-meter hurdles.
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