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Usain Bolt’s record collapsed. The results of the last stage of the Diamond League before the 2023 World Cup

Date: July 24, 2024 Time: 05:19:30

Usain Bolt’s record collapsed. The results of the last stage of the Diamond League before the 2023 World Cup

Batraz Tomaev July 25, 2023, 19:45 Moscow time Audio version: Your browser does not support the audio element.

50,000 spectators watched the dress rehearsal for the main tournament of the year!

On July 25, the tenth day of the Diamond League was held in London. It became the last test for the leaders of the season and not only for them before the main start of this summer, the World Championships, 2023 in Budapest, Hungary.

Dress test

The first striking fact about the British stage is the number of spectators who came to the London stadium – 50 thousand people! And this despite the fact that some elite athletes missed the start.

The competition day began with a 400 m hurdles race for women. There was no equally experienced Femka Bol. The Dutch opened the evening with a European record of 51.45 seconds and updated her best result. Femke “brought” the closest competitors almost three seconds! She is followed on the podium at the end of the race by Jamaican athlete Janiv Russell and American Shamier Little.

After the final, Femke spoke on social networks about her emotions:

“I am very happy to break the 52 second barrier in this incredible atmosphere. The setting in London exceeded all my expectations. Thanks for the joy.

Many of my dreams came true this weekend. I don’t have enough words to thank my team, we have done it together. However, before the World Cup, before a couple of weeks.

In the shot put, there was no equal to Ryan Krauser. He pushed 23.07 meters and was literally an arm’s length away from the world record: 23.37.

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While Yelena Isinbayeva settles in Tenerife and passes the IOC controls, others reign in her sporting heritage. But not to say that they are about to take the world record from the Russian woman. The numbers here are modest.

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However, the fight for primacy in women’s polo is fierce. In London, the fate of first place was decided by the number of attempts, with the athletes stopping at about 4:80. The experts gave the victory to the American Cathy Moon, but she could not prove herself in the best way and she gave the victory to the Finn Wilma Murto. And the third place with a jump of 4.71 went to the Slovenian Tina Shutei.

Just before the 2023 World Cup, the two-time Tokyo Olympic champion Sifan Hassan was back on track. In London he competed in a distance of 5000 meters, but failed to win. Until now, the athlete from the Netherlands is not prepared enough, and in the final start she could not fight for gold, she only has third place. But the winner was the Ethiopian Gudaf Tsegay, who improved her personal achievement and the competition record by eight seconds.

Bolt’s record is broken!

In the high jump, Tokyo Olympic champion and reigning world champion Mutaz Barshim shows excellent form. The Qatari, in the absence of Gianmarco Tamberi, in a successful scenario, could fly at 2.40!

It is even more surprising that it was not he who won, but the American Juvon Harrison, who jumped 2.35 meters. And Barshim took just 2.33 this time.

The drama unfolded in the 110 meter hurdles. Jamaican world champion Hansle Parchment was left on the sidelines after knocking down several barriers. But in the form was the American Grant Holloway, who almost ran out by 13 seconds. The Japanese Izumiya followed, and third place was taken by the American Britt.

The real heat was in the men’s 200-meter race. The athletes had the best streak in recent years. And here the competition record fell, which was set by Usain Bolt during the years of his unprecedented greatness and mastery! The main troublemaker was the American runner Noah Lyles (winner’s result – 19.47). He beat Botswana sprinter Letsile Tebogo, who broke the 27-year-old African record (new record 19.50), and Britain’s Zarnel Hughes, who set the country record (19.73).

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