2019 Metz Diary: Lea Sprunger wins at 36.72 NR at 300m!

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IMG_0605.jpgLea Sprunger, 2018 WIC Bimingham, photo by Mike Deering/TheShoeAddicts
Sprunger 36.72 NR at 300 m
METZ (FRA, Feb 10): At the Meeting Elite de Metz (EA Indoor Permit), Switzerland's Lea Sprunger won the 300m in a national record of 36.72 ahead of fellow 400m hurdles specialist Ayomide Folorunso whose time of 37.38 was also an Italian record. There was also a Swiss one-two in the 60m with Mujinga Kambundji winning in 7.27 ahead of Ajla Del Ponte in 7.34. Turkey's Emre-Zefer Barnes won the men's 60m in 6.55 (6.60 heat) ahead of US veteran Mike Rodgers in 6.60 and Jarret Eaton took a narrow win over Wilhem Belocian in the 60m hurdles, 7.60 to 7.61. Finland's Nooralotta Neziri also won the women's 60m hurdles in 8.03. Elsewhere on the track, Australia's Stewart McSweyn won the 3000m in a fast 7:44.90 ahead of Jimmy Gressier's 7:58.70, Algeria's Abderrahmane Anou won the men's 1500m in 3:41.46 from Australia's Jordan Williamsz' 3:41.95 and Sweden's Lovisa Lindh won the 800m in 2:02.70. Elsewhere, Belarus' Nastassia Mironchyk-Ivanova won the long jump with 6.67m ahead of former world indoor champion Eloyse Lesueur's 6.60m and Azerbaijan's European U23 champion Nazim Babayev won the triple jump with 16.67m.

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