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Athletics. Kosochinsky Monument. Dobek is the leader of the world’s tables

Athletics.  Kosochinsky Monument.  Dobek is the leader of the world's tables

  • Patrick Dubeck stole the show at the Silesian Stadium in Chorzov, where the Janusz Kosuchinsky memorial was erected
  • The rider, who until recently ran the 400m in Lieutenant, achieved the best result in the world this year in the 800m at Kotla Czaronić.
  • Paweł Fajdek confirmed his impressive form, and Justyna Święty-Ersetic gave hope for a successful season
  • More such stories can be found on the homepage of Onet.pl

Dubik ran this distance in 1.43.73 and thus became one of the favorites for the medal at the Olympic Games in Tokyo. 0.51 seconds is less than the record set by Bawi Chapievsky in Poland in 2001. Dobek improved his life record by more than a second.

The biggest gatherings might envy such a run at the Silesian Stadium. Up to eight players broke the 1.45 limit. Including four poles. The Polish junior record was broken by Krzysztof Różnicki – 1.44.51. The 17-year-old has also achieved the minimum Olympics. This was his best of nearly three seconds. All this puts Adam Cxzot in a difficult situation. There are at least five competitors in this distance, but there will be only three places in Tokyo.

Paweł Fajdek won an emphatic victory. The four-time world champion won the hammer throw competition with a score of 82.14 meters, and only eight centimeters of this magic boundary went to Wojciech Nowicki, who took second place in the competition.

Justyna Święty-Ersetic achieved one of the best results of her career in the 400 metres. For the European champion, it was her first solo start to the season after disruptions due to injury and COVID-19 illness. The time is 51.04 seconds. Gives hope for a really fast run. Another life record was broken by 17-year-old Kornelia Lesiewicz – 52.19.

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The second result this year in Europe and the second in his career was achieved by Karol Zalowski from the same distance – 45.14. Kajetan Duszyński broke the record for his life – 45.51. However, Isaac Makwala of Botswana fixed the Poles – 44.74.

The latest push to win the shot put competition was Michai Haratek. However, the result of 20.73 m is not amazing.

Frenchman Renaud Lavillenie attacked six meters in the pole vault competition. In the end he finished the competition with a score of 5.92 m, fought for the victory with his brother Valentine – 5.80 m, Robert Sopra finished third, with a length of 5.70 m, surpassing Peter Lisk. This scored the same amount.

Ewa Soboda had the best opening of the season in the 100m, with the Polish clocking 1,120sec, but tears came after the race, as she may have been injured. She had to hit her leg in the snow. “I will just say it hurts,” she told reporters. The race was won by Gina Bass of The Gambia – 11.17.

In the women’s hammer throw, Malwena Kuprun and Anita Woodarchic fought a fierce battle for victory. The latter was in the lead halfway from the competition, but then two more throws were thrown by Kopron, who won with a score of 74.93 m, and Włodarczyk threw 73.59 m.

The competition was held in sweltering heat. The temperature was over 30 degrees Celsius, athletes complained that the tartan was burning, and Zalewski had to pour his fingers over his fingers to keep his hands on the tartan before taking off. Wojciech Nowicki admitted that the feet were swollen due to the heat of the earth. Ice was a desirable commodity. Many competitors came up with it and put it on their hot heads at first. In the nooks and crannies of the stadium, many players struggled to recover.

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consequences:

women

100 m

  • 1- Gina Bass (Gambia) – 11.17
  • 2. Ewa Soboda (Poland) – 11.20
  • 3 – Vittoria Fontana (Italy) – 11.36

400 m

  • 1 – Beatrice Maselenge (Namibia) – 49.88
  • 2 – Roxana Gomez (Cuba) – 50.76
  • 3. Justyna Święty-Ersetic (Poland) – 51.04

800 m

  • 1- Freweyni Hailu (Ethiopia) – 1.57.57
  • 2- Catriona Bessette (Australia) – 1.58.09
  • 3- Rennell Lamotte (France) 1.58.11
  • 5- Angelika Sarna (Poland) – 1.59.72

1500 m

  • 1- Gudav Tsegay (Ethiopia) – 3.54,01
  • 2- Herut Mesha (Ethiopia) – 3.59.43
  • 3- Sarah Healy (Ireland) – 4.07.63
  • 6- Martina Galant (Poland) – 4.08.96

100 p.m.

  • 1 – Marthe Koala (Burkina Faso) – 12.86
  • 2- Pia Skrysowska (Poland) – 12.90
  • 3- Klaudia Siciarz (Poland) – 12.92

up

  • 1 – Eleanor Patterson (Australia) – 196
  • 2- Alicia Trost (Italy) – 1.93
  • 3. Emily Borthwick (UK) – 1.90
  • 6- Wiktoria Mitsuo (Poland) – 1.80

Hammer

  • 1 – Malwina Koprun (Poland) – 74.93
  • 2- Anita Lodarczyk (Poland) – 73.59
  • 3- Rika Gioratz (Hungary) – 70.73

Men

100 m

  • 1. Lamont Jacobs (Italy) – 10.06
  • 2. Ebrima Kamara (Gambia) – 10.16
  • 3- Arthur Cisse (Ivory Coast) – 10.25
  • 4. Remigiusz Olszewski (Poland) – 10.29

400 m

  • 1 – Isaac Makwala (Botswana) – 44.47
  • 2 – Karol Zalowski (Poland) – 45.14
  • 3- Kajetan Duszyński (Poland) – 45.51

800 m

  • 1- Patrik Dubek (Poland) – 1.43.73
  • 2. Jimmy Webb (Great Britain) – 1.44.14
  • 3. Elliot Giles (Great Britain) – 1.44.20

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3000 m

  • 1 – Michel Ziel (Poland) – 8.24.68
  • 2- Szymon Dorożyńki (Poland) – 8.24.76
  • 3. Dariusz Boratyński (Poland) – 8.24.96

110 p.m.

  • 1 – Wilhelm Beluchian (France) – 13.35
  • 2- Damien Szeker (Poland) – 13.46
  • 3- Gabriel Constantino (Brazil) – 13.59

up

  • 1. Norbert Kobylski (Poland) – 2.20
  • 2. Sylwister Bednarik (Poland) – 2.15
  • 3- Sebastian Moszyski (Poland) – 2.15

cola

  • 1 – Michal Hratek (Poland) – 20.73
  • 2. Kyle Bleignnut (RPA) – 20.61
  • 3 – Jakub Šikowski (Poland) – 19.89

tablet

  • 1 – Bartomeg Stog (Poland) – 64.34
  • 2- Piotr Małachowski (Poland) – 63.99
  • 3- Robert Urbanic (Poland) 61.91

Hammer

  • 1 – Bäwish Vadec (Poland) – 82.14
  • 2- Wojciech Nowicki (Poland) – 79.92
  • 3 – Mikkajao Kuchan (Ukraine) – 78.57

From Chorzów – Tomasz Kalemba, Onet Sport

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