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Oslo Diamond League - Hammer back on the podium - still room for improvement - sports

Oslo Diamond League – Hammer back on the podium – still room for improvement – sports


Appenzell jumps to third place at the Bislet Games in the Norwegian capital in wet and cold weather. Jason Joseph shows an upward trend.

Swiss missions

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Simon Ehammer is at the top in long jump She also played in the Diamond League meeting in Oslo. Appenzler showed nerve on the fifth try and jumped to 7.95m. Thus, the decile player got to participate in the sixth round of the best 3. Attempt by 5 cm. Ultimately he had to admit defeat to Olympic champions Miltiadis Tentoglou (GRE, 8.10m) and Thobias Montler (SWE, 8.05m) and was annoyed by the missed chance to win. The second Swiss in the competition, Benjamin Gvoler, was not. The 28-year-old had to settle for 7.43 metres, after competing he complained that the track was too steep and he complained of pain in his groin.

It’s not Jason Joseph’s season yet. It stayed that way in Oslo. Although the bidder in Basel pushed forward 110m hurdles His best time of the season to 13.55 seconds. Couldn’t get more than 5th place due to 3 hitch contacts. After the race, the 23-year-old was puzzled, but ready to joke: “It wouldn’t be so good if I was already running 13.10 seconds.” As befits Devon Allen, whom all eyes were on before the start, he took victory. Finally, it was the American He sniffed the world record a few days ago in New York. But conditions in Oslo did not allow for quick times. The future NFL professional had to content himself with his victory with a time of 13.22 seconds.

On the road

In the absence of the Jamaicans and the insurance of the Americans Andre de Grasse Triumph in the discipline of high jossamer. The Canadian, who ran that distance to bronze at the Tokyo Olympics, passed Race Prescod (GBR) by a hundredth of a second in 10.05 seconds. Third place went to Akani Simbine (RSA) with a time of 10.09 seconds.

European record holder Vimek Paul I sent a clear signal in Oslo. In 52.61 seconds, the Dutchman not only set a new meeting record, but also lowered the competition rating to extras. Anna Ryzhkova (UK), to whom she was closest, lost 2.2 seconds to the 22-year-old.

With local champion Karsten Warholm, the mood at Bislet Stadium was to explode. But the Norwegian missed his homeland with a hamstring injury. That was the name of the big character Alison dos Santos. The Brazilian put the competition in place with a time of 47.26 seconds. Rasmus Magee (EST) in second lost 1.25 seconds.

Thunderous applause flew from the home crowd Jacob Ingbrigtsen On the “dream tendency” to victory. The 21-year-old super talent improved the Diamond League record to 3:46.46 minutes over an unofficial distance, thus ensuring a brilliant conclusion to the meeting. However, he missed the world record set by Hicham El Guerrouj in 1999 that the Norwegian wants to achieve one day by more than 3 seconds.

in oval shape

Sandra Berkowitz And expanded her record in the Diamond League in Oslo. The Croatian threw the discus at 66.82 meters at the second attempt and thus took her 45th victory at this level. Berkowitz had to shiver again when Valary Allmann (USA) took the last shot. But the 27-year-old’s attempt at 65.91 metres fell by less than a metre.

The excitement of the evening

Once again in a league of its own Armand Duplantis. The world record holder in the pole vault won in difficult conditions with 6.02 m and achieved victory by 22 cm. However, the Swede had to live a shocking moment. On his first attempt over 5.92m in height, the rain protection in the hole box was forgotten. Duplantis had to thwart his attempt mid-air, but was unhurt. The evening ended on a happy note of victory.