Athletics: McLaughlin and Fraser-Pryce shine in Hungary
(ANSA) – ROME, AUGUST 08 – Parade of stars in Szekesfehervar, Hungary, home to a Gold test of the Continental Tour with a view of the Monte Carlo stage of the most prestigious Diamond League, scheduled for next Wednesday. In addition to the Azzurri Gianmarco Tamberi and Nick Ponzio, the stadium saw many veterans, world champions and not, in the race, from the Eugene World Cup, from the 400hs world record holder, Sydney McLaughlin, who scored an excellent 51.68 without giving the impression of push, to Jamaican sprinters Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, 10.67 in the 100, and Shericka Jackson, 22.02 in the 200.
The news comes from the auction, where for once Armand Duplantis missed the six meters: the Swedish phenomenon won with 5.80 and missed 6.01 three times. Among the sprinters, 200 meters under twenty seconds for the American Erriyon Knighton (19.88) while in the 100 Marvin Bracy stands out with 9.97 over the other Americans Trayvon Bromell and Elijah Hall (10.01).
Defeated the king of Eugene of the 400hs Alison Dos Santos (Brazil), who in the lap of the track, but without barriers, succumbed to Vernon Norwood. (HANDLE).
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