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  • European Athlete of the Year

    Miltiadis Tentoglou Thanks to his performances, Miltiadis was again ranked in the Top 3 in the Men´s European Athlete of the Year poll. World long jump champion European indoor long jump champion European Team Championships winner World ranking (as of 19 September) – 1 Jana Koščak After a sensational season full of great performances, Jana...
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  • Day 8: Relay medal haul

    Shashalee Forbes contributed to the silver medal of the Jamaican squad in the women’s 4x100m relay. Alongside Natasha Morrison, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Shericka Jackson she claimed eleventh medal for Jamaica at this World Championships. Shashalee ran the third leg, passing the baton at the second position. The Jamaican team clocked a time of 41.21s. After...
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  • Day 7: The Kitaguchi wonder

    One of the Japan’s brightest medal hopes, Haruka Kitaguchi who claimed bronze at the last years‘ Worlds shocked the world at the last moment. 25-years old of recent toplists opened herconpetition with a throw of 61.78m. In the third series she improved to 63.00 mark and moped up to the second position. There she remained until...
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  • Thursday – two´s day

    An astonishing evening of the sixth day brought us double joy. Two of our athletes reached thehighest possible goal. To start with Miltiadis Tentoglou, the reigning olympic champion opened his competition with a huge 8.50 jump. The qualification winner, Wayne Pinnock responded immediately with a 8.40 mark. In the second series, he added another 10 centimeters and...
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  • Day 5: Successfull on and off the track

    Wednesday began with the heats of women´s 800m, where several our runners fought for thesemifinals. In the first heat, Finnish Eveliina Määtänen took 3rd position in 2:00.41 and a big Q. So did Anita Horvat, with a time of 2:00.06. Last year´s javelin throw silver medallist Haruka Kitaguchi made it safely through the qualification by beating the...
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  • Alfons among the best journalists

    It’s not only our athletes who win awards in Budapest, but also our boss Our boss Alfons Juck was one of 64 journalists who received the “Journalist on the Podium” award today. Alfons received the award due to the fact that he has worked as a journalist at more than 10 World Championships. Alfons has...
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  • Day 4 at World Champs

    In Tuesday´s 100m hurdles heats, several our athletes were in the action. Canadian Michelle Harrison ran a time of 12.88 and qualified for the semifinals. So did local hero Luca Kozák. Hungarian clocked a new season best of 12.71 and took a big Q. The heats had an unfortunate outcome for the rising star Viktória Forster of Slovakia....
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  • The medal streak continues

    Kristjan Čeh, the reigning world champion, headed towards defending his title on Monday. Thewarm, windless weather conditions in Budapest lasted until the late evening. Kristjan was the man to beat since the very beginning of the competition. In his first attempt, he set the benchmark for the gold at 68.31 meters. In the second series,...
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  • The bronze age lasts

    A fierce competiton among the best hammer throwers had another medal outcome for our group. A local hero Bence Halász opened up the competition tossing 80.82m in his first attempt. This was the leading mark until fourth series, when he got overtaken just by one centimeter. Bence managed to respond with another far throw of 80.59m but could...
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