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Results round-up

- Steve SMYTHE, results editor

FEARON FLYING

THE performance of the weekend was Joel Fearon’s 9.96 100m. It doesn’t say much for the talent spotting ability of British coaches and selectors if our fastest man of the moment isn’t in the Rio squad.

The well-drilled team has medal chances but would have been even better with a 9.96 man.

THROWERS ON TOP FORM

GERMANY

Schoenbeck, July 29

FOUR German throwers showed medalwinning form in what for most was their final pre-Rio competition.

David Storl won the shot with 21.23m throw, while Robert Harting’s 66.95m dominated the discus.

The women’s event was of an even higher standard as Julia Fischer won with 67.47m just ahead of Australian Dani Samuels’ 67.02m and Nadine Muller’s 66.84m.

Betty Heidler, with 73.21m, won the hammer.

The only international winner was Gong Lijiao from China, whose 19.73m shot edged world champion Christina Schwanitz’s 19.71m.

Men: SP: 1 D Storl 21.23; 2 T Dahm 19.84. DT: 1 R Harting 66.95; 2 D Jasinski 64.60; 3 M Wierig 62.63; 4

D Wrobel 61.34. Women: SP: 1 Gong Lijiao (CHN) 19.73; 2 C Schwanitz 19.71; 3 Gao Yang (CHN) 18.73. DT: 1 J Fischer 67.47; 2 D Samuels (AUS) 67.02; 3 N Muller 66.84. HT: 1 B Heidler 73.21; 2 K Klaas 68.28

Gotha, July 31

Men: SP: 1 D Storl 20.21; 2 T Dahm 20.12. Women: SP: 1 C Schwanitz 19.92; 2 S Gambetta 17.60; 3 A Kenzel (U20) 17.27

Mannheim, July 29

WITH a quartet who all ran 11.04 or faster in the individual 100m, Germany’s women showed they have a realistic chance of 4x100m relay gold medal as they ran a world-leading 41.62.

Tatjana Pinto won one of the 100m in a legal 11.00 ahead of Gina Luckenkemper 11.04, while Rebecca Haase won a windy heat in 10.98.

In the men’s 100m, Julian Reus improved his German 100m record to 10.01.

European 110m hurdles champion Cindy Roleder won two of the women’s races in 12.81 and 12.72, although Nadine Hildebrand was even faster in another race with 12.64.

Men: 100: r2 (1.8): 1 J Reus 10.01 (rec) 2 A Menga 10.15. r4 (1.8): 1 A Kosenkow 10.22; 2 S Knipphals 10.24; 3 R Schmidt 10.29. r5 (1.2): 1 L Jakubczyk 10.22; 2 P Domogala 10.27. 200 (0.9): 1 R Erewa 20.40. 400: 1 D Borlee (BEL) 45.98. 110H r1 (1.8): 1 G Traber 13.21; 2 M Bayer

13.43; 3 J Marquart 13.71. r2 (3.1): 1 Traber 13.24; 2 Bayer 13.56. 400H: 1 T Giehl 49.70. PV: 1 R Holzdeppe 5.70. 4x100: 1GER 38.22. Women: 100: r1 (1.2): 1 T Pinto 11.00; 2 G Luckenkemper 11.04; 3 A Burghardt 11.34; 4 I Weit 11.35. r3 (3.4): 1 R Haase 10.98; 2 L Mayer 11.04; 3 Burghardt 11.18; 4 N Gonska 11.21; 5 Weit 11.28w; 6 Y Kwadwo 11.31. 200: r1 (0.8): 1 L Muller 22.81. r2(1.0): 1 N Gonska 22.79. 400: 1 L Muller 51.69. 100H: r1 (1.0): 1 C Roleder 12.72; 2 N Hildebrand 12.81; 3 P Dutkiewicz 12.87; 4 R Lobe 13.04. r3 (1.6): 1 Roleder 12.81; 2 Dutkiewicz 13.00; 3 Lobe 13.01. r4(1.8): 1 Hildebrand 12.64; 2 E Strogies 13.12; 3 F Hofmann 13.13. HJ: 1 J Graumann 1.90; 2 M Jungfleisch 1.90. LJ: 1 M Mihambo 6.58. TJ: 1 J Elbe 14.04. 4x100: 1 GER 41.62; 2 MTG Mannheim 43.00

David Storl: 21.23m in the shot

Monchengladbach, July 30-31 Men: 800: 1 C von Eitzen (GER,U20) 1:50.88. Ht2: 1 von Eitzen 1:51.99. 1500: 3 JAMIE WILLIAMSON (U20) 3:57.41. Ht1: 2 WILLIAMSON 3:59.47

Besigheim, July 27

Women: PV: 1 E McCartney (NZL) 4.50

OVERSEAS

AUSTRALIA

Sippy Downs, July 24

Men: SP: 1 D Birkinhead 20.15. JT: 1 S Farquhar (NZL) 78.39

AUSTRIA

Telfes Im Stubaital, July 31

Men: 11.5km: 2 ROBBIE SIMPSON 57:40

BELGIUM

Kessel-Lo, July 30

Men: 1500: C: 1 SHAUN WYLLIE 3:48.91. Women 800: A: 1 S Verstegen (NED) 2:00.832 ADELLE TRACEY 2:01.48; 3 ALISON LEONARD 2:01.71; 9 HANNAH ENGLAND 2:03.45. 1500: A: 10 JULIA COOKE 4:19.85

CANADA

London, July 28

Women: PV: 1 A Newman 4 61 (rec)

COLOMBIA

Bogota, July 31

Men: HM: 1 T Tola (ETH) 65:16; 2 M Kipserem (KEN) 65:31; 3 K Limo (KEN) 66:19; D Kimetto (KEN) dnf. Women: HM: 1 P Rionoripo (KEN) 71:56; 2 V Nyaruai (KEN) 73:41; 3 A Gobena (ETH) 74:11

CROATIA

Croatian Championships, Zagreb, July 31

Men: SP: 1 A Kolasinac (SER) 20.96. DT: 1 F Mihaljevic 61.51. Women: HJ: 1 A Simic 1.85. JT: 1 S Kolak 62.90

CZECH REPUBLIC

Tabor, July 27

Men: 110H (1.4): 1 P Svoboda 13.59. PV: 1 M Balner 5.60. LJ: 1 R Juska 8.07

ESTONIA

Kohila, July 26

Men: DT: 1 G Kanter 62.04

FINLAND

Urjala, July 31

Men: JT: 1 H Haatainen 80.32

Finnish Championships, Oulu, July 24

Men: HT: 1 D Soderberg 76.64. JT: 1 T Pitkamaki 82.05; 2 A Mannio 81.38.

Women: TJ: 1 K Makela 13.86/0.8 (14.05/2.4q). 100H (-1.4): 1 N Neziri 13.05 (12.89/1.5 ht). JT: 1 H Nokelainen 60.98. PV: 1 M Nikkanen 4.40

FRANCE

Saint Gervais Les Bains, July 17

Men: 20km: 3 TOM OWENS 1:57:34.

Women 20km: 1 SARAH TUNSTALL 2:12:08; 16 MARYANNA TREMAINE (W55) 2:53:07

GREECE

Greek Under-23 Championships, Larisa, July 30-31

IOANNIS KIRIAZIS set a Greek under-23 record of 87.14m in the javelin and went to sixth on the 2016 rankings, but it was too late for Olympic selection.

Men: JT: 1 I Kiriazís 87.14 (U23 rec); 2 P Batzavalis 81.15. HT: 1 M Anastasákis 73.16

HUNGARY

Hungarian Championships, Szekesfehervar, July 29

DOMINIK ILLOVSZKY was second in the 100m with 10.59, which is a world age-14 best.

Men: 100 (0.6): 1 J Sipos 10.39; 2 D Illovszky (U16) 10.59. 1500: 1 T Kazi 3:40.93

IRELAND

Leixlip, July 30

Men: 100: A (-2.4): 1 LEON REID 10.67; 2 ADAM THOMAS 10.77; 3 CAMERON TINDLE (U20) 10.83. 200: A (-2.1): 1 REID 21.26; 2 TINDLE 21.31. 400: 2 GRANT PLENDERLEITH 47.48; 3 GREG LOUDEN 48.62; 4 BEN MAZE 49.24; 5 CRAIG NEWELL (U20) 50.37. 800: A: 6 CALLUM CRAWFORD-WALKER (U20) 1:52.44. B: 2 NIALL McILHATTON (U20) 1:55.66. 1500: 4 TOM LANCASHIRE

3:43.69; 6 MATTHEW CLOWES 3:53.80. 3000: 3 NEIL JOHNSTON 8:23.90;

13 FRANCIS MARSH (V50) 9:23.24. 400H: 3 JACK LAWRIE 51.42; 5 CHRIS MCALISTER 52.26; 6 MARTIN LIPTON 53.05. LJ: 1 DAVID JOHN MARTIN 7.33. Women: 800: 2 KATY BROWN 2:04.22; 3 REVEE WALCOTT-NOLAN 2:04.28; 4 K Neely (IRL, W35) 2:05.99; 5 RACHEL McCLAY 2:06.76; 8 RACHEL GIBSON 2:09.37. 1500: 1 E Mitchell (IRL) 4:18.66; 2 K Kirk (IRL) 4:22.39. 400H: 1 C McMahon (IRL) 56.97; 4 MHAIRI PATIENCE 60.32; 6 GEORGINA ROGERS 61.76

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