Athletics, US meeting: Allen 12’84 at 110, Lyles & Steiner 19’61 and 21’80 at 200

    Athletics, US meeting: Allen 12'84 at 110, Lyles & Steiner 19'61 and 21'80 at 200

    Devon, the future NFL football player, is still 4/100th of the world record in New York, where Noah is back to fly. Abby wins the NCAA title from Eugene. Coleman 9″ 92 by 100

    Barrels Day in the United States. On the Italian night, 22-year-old Abby Steiner (white) of the University of Kentucky, who underscores the stellar things that came out in the early part of the season, won 200 of the Ncaa Finals for Eugene at 21″ 80 (+1.3), started the best performance. A global seasonal, against Nigeria’s Favor Ofili (22″05). If he passes between weekends, back at Hayward Field, unharmed by the trials tail forks, on the same track he could be a great World Championship champ (July 15-24). Where he will find, among other things, the stars of the niche competition at Thursday’s Golden Gala, led by Jamaican Sherica Williams who won 21 inches, 92 in Rome. To say about Steiner’s qualities: 45′ After the final, I ran a part (fired) of a 4×400 in 48″ 92…

    On Randalls Island

    Lots of, thanks to the perfect conditions, the prestigious results on the Gold Stage of the Continental Tour then hosted by Icahn Stadium on Randalls Island, New York. The 12″ 84 (+1.6) performance of 27-year-old Devon Allen stands out at 110 hs, the third-ever performance in the world after 12″ 80 by Aries Merritt (Brussels 2012) and 12″ 81 by Grant Holloway (Eugene 2021) , the second time with a 13″ 06. And I think boy, a former 12″ 99, signed in April to the Philadelphia Eagles soccer team…a comeback to wow Noah Lyles: Great curve, nice pitch and hello, 19″ 61 (+1.3) in the 200 (with Kyree King at 20” 02). It should also be noted that at 100, 9″ 92 (+1.4) for Christian Coleman, was able to beat Jamaican Akim Blake by 3/100 and 10″ 83 (+1.3) for Alia Hobbs, able to beat Sha Carrie Richardson, Dressed in a decidedly bold pink, 2/100. Then, to confirm, 12-inch 40 (+2.0) Alisha Johnson.

    Italy: Vesa and Cavalli

    Away from the US, 21-year-old Cuban Jordan Diaz jumped 17.76 (+1.0) in the triple in La Nucia, Spain. However, in a European key, there is an interesting 20 inch 15 of 200 (-0.5) from revived Adam Jamili in Watford, England. The Brits, especially considering the European Championships in Munich, will be hard to break for the Azzurri. On Italy: Spotlight on Females in the Fifteenth Century. College title, in Eugene, with 4’09” 42 (7/10 more staff) went to Sintayenu Vissa, 25-year-old born in Bahirdar, Ethiopia, girl adopted when she was nine from the Pozzecco di Bertiolo family, part of 526 residents In Udine and a U.S. college student (now an Ole Miss) thanks to scholarships since fall 2019. A few hours later, at the Swedish meeting in Sollentuna, 21-year-old Genoese Ludovica Cavalli, an Air Force major-general who trained in Modena, grows up by Liberato Pellecchia, and improved by about 2″, to 4’05” 79, the standard for Europeans.

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