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Nafie Thiam leads after three tests in Sabai, Nur Fedetz III

Nafie Thiam leads after three tests in Sabai, Nur Fedetz III

After three tests, defending champion Navi Thiam finished first in the heptathlon European Athletics Championships in Munich, Germany. She has a big lead of 250 points over second place. Noor Fidesz is in third place.

Thiam exceeded 1.98 meters in the high jump, almost 10 centimeters higher than the number two. After two attempts at 2.01 meters, I stopped taking the risk.

Dutchman Anouk Vetter, who won silver in both the Tokyo Games and the world championships in Eugene last year, was disappointed in the high jump by just 1.71. She had started the European Championships with a minor injury.

Earlier in the day Olympic and World Champion Thiam finished third in her series of 100m hurdles in the 13′ and 34′, good with 1074 points and the third time for all participants. Her best is 13″ 21. Indoor World Champion Nor Wiedets finished second in the same intensity with a time of 13″29.

The other Dutchwoman, Emma Ostrogel, who surprisingly won the bronze medal at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, hit her knee in the penultimate hurdle and fell. and abandoned. As a result, two of Thiam’s main competitors have already been eliminated.

On layup, both Thiam and Fedts remained slightly below their best performers. Thiam threw 14.95 meters, Fedtes 13.86 meters. Vedat had to give up second place in the standings to Polish Adriana Solek. Although he is said to be injured and considering giving up.

Thiam won her second world title in the heptathlon in Eugene last month. She hesitated for a long time to participate in the European Championships in Munich, but she finally confirmed her participation last week. Vedets finished fifth in the World Cup.

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