Berlin. Discus thrower Kristen Budens was defeated again by Olympic champion Valary Allman of the USA at Stave Arena.
While the Olympic and European runners-up from Potsdam threw 65.20 meters at the Berlin Olympic Stadium on Sunday, the Germans threw the disc 70.06 meters.
The 27-year-old had already won the traditional athletics meeting last year and set a record of 71.16 metres. After a disappointing appearance at the World Championships, Bodens recently won the silver medal at the European Championships at home in Munich, with a personal best of 67.87 metres.
Shannis Kraft from Mannheim came third in Berlin with a distance of 64.36 metres. Claudine Vita Neubrandenburg, third in the European Championships, finished fifth with 62.70 metres. Former World Cup runner-up Nadine Muller finished her last competition in eighth place with 55.73 metres. The 36-year-old from Halle/Saale will focus in the future on her career with the Federal Police.
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