One has to wonder what Mr. Dix felt after running 19.53 for the 200 meters in Brussels, the second fastest EVER for an American, and taking second to Blake’s 19.26. Dix then goes to the Great North CityGames (Gateshead) back on Saturday and screams a 14.65 for the 150 meters. Think this guy has some serious wheels?
Fast times and more accolades to come for Mr. Dix.
DIX 14.65, JETER 16.50, RICHARDSON 13.16
Sep 17): At Great North City Games USA won over UK 7:3 in the street
races. Walter Dix clocked impressive 14.65 (+1.4) at 150 m (3rd fastest
behind Bolt and Gay, had 10.11 100 m split) ahead of Marlon Devonish
14.87 (UK best). Jason Richardson was equally superb with 13.16 at 110 m
hurdles (+0.7) over David Oliver 13.36. Carmelita Jeter posted world
best 16.50 in the women 150 m (+1.5). Second Anyika Onuora got 16.90
what is UK best. In top women hurdles clash Dawn Harper with 12.73
(+0.3) beat fresh DR winner Danielle Carruthers (12.77). Jeremy Hicks
won the long jump (784) with Dwight Phillips not having a valid jump and
Becky Holliday the pole vault 427. Harry Aikines-Aryeetey was also
good in the 100 m with 10.27 (+1.5). Bernard Lagat got the mile in
4:06.01 and Mo Farah the two miles in 8:37.72. Hannah England won the
mile in 4:39.49.
WORLD CHAMPIONS BORCHIN AND KANISKINA
CORUNA (ESP, Sep 17): World champions won the IAAF Race Walking
Challenge finals in Spain. Valeriy Borchin achieved 38:42 in the 10 km
ahead of Chinese Wang Zhen 38:49 and Chu Yafei 39:06. Also Olga
Kaniskina was the clear women winner in 42:38 beating Liu Hong 42:56 and
German Melanie Seeger 43:08.
(FRA, Sep 17): Olympic champion Natalya Dobrynska leads overnight at
Decastar meet (IAAF World CE Challenge) with 3867 points
(13.76-182-16.28-24.81) over world champion Tatyana Chernova 3811
(13.37-182-12.90-23.61). Close third is Canadian Jessica Zelinka with
3752 (fast hurdles 13.07). In menÂ´s decathlon this quality is missing,
Anders Raja is leading with 4215 ahead of Oleksiy Kasyanov from Ukraine
4164 and Dutch Eelco Sintnicolaas 4123. European champion Romain Barras
is no longer continuing in the competition after 2 events.
Sep 17): Dukla Praha in the men category and USK Praha in women won the
Czech Club titles. World record holder Barbora Spotakova closed the
season with 62.94 in the javelin. Impressive 20.66 (-0.1) in the 200 m
by world semifinalist and European U23 medalist Pavel Maslak. Jaroslav
Baba cleared 225 in the high jump. Lithuanian guest Zinaida Sendriute
won the discus (61.94). Another guest Slovak Dana Veldakova won long
jump and triple jump (622 and 13.97). Jan Marcell registered throwing
double (19.14 and 61.35). Jirina Ptacnikova cleared 440 in the pola
vault. Fast hurdles by Lucie Skrobakova (12.95) and Zuzana Bergrova
BERN (SUI, Sep 17): Swiss Club championships saw Alex Wilson winning the 200 m in 20.87.
(ESP, Sep 17): Girls of Audacia Record Atletica from Italy won the
European Champion Clubs Cup Juniors A group in Spain with 102.5 points
ahead of Fenerbahce Spor Kulubu of Turkey 85 and British Blackheat and
Bromley Harriers 81. Ukrainian guest Dariya Derkach scored for the top
team two wins 13.83 (+1.5) at 100 m hurdles and 621 (+1.1) in the long
jump. Boys winner was the home team of Playas de Castellon.
Sep 17): Estonian boys team KJK Vike with 47 points won the European
Champion Clubs Cup C group in Portugal. In the women competition the
best were Amager AC from Denmark (42). Only three teams competed in each
(SWE, Sep 17): New Swedish record by Isabellah Andersson 1:11:07
highlighted the Stockholm Half-marathon. She is in preparation for NYC
Marathon. Adil Bouhaif as men winner achieved 1:04:41.
Sep 17): Eritrean Abraham Tadesse achieved 1:03:59 to win the
Greifenseelauf (Half-marathon). European marathon champion Viktor
Rothlin was third in 1:05:21. Monica Jepkoech of Kenya was the best
woman in 1:14:55 beating best Swiss Patricia Morceli-Buhler 1:15:54.
Sep 17): At Luzhniki Stadium Run Moscow 5 and 10 km races were staged.
Best women Irina Dmitrieva (16:48) and Nadezhda Trilinskaya (35:32).
Sep 16-17): World champion silver winner Liu Hong won the senior
category at National walking championships with 1:30:00 after close race
with Wang Shanshan (1:30:01) but was not the fastest. Best junior Lu
Xiuzhi clocked better 1:29:50. Fourth placer in Daegu Wang Zhen won the
menÂ´s 20 km in 1:20:54. Best junior Chen Ding got 1:21:48. U17 champions
are Yin Jiaxing 41:52 and Mao Jie 48:20. Informs Tilastopaja.
Sep 17): Agnieszka Dygacz won the Polish 20 km walking title in 1:30:56
what is her personal best and second best ever by a Polish woman at the
distance. Mirna Flores of Guatemala was second in 1:32:30 and Italian
Federica Ferraro in personal best 1:33:36. In menÂ´s race Rafal Augustyn
achieved 1:22:01 to get his third national title. Second Rafal
Fedaczynski 1:22:07 and third Jakub Jelonek 1:22:32.
(LTU, Sep 17): In the international walking event which incorporated
national 10 km walk championships wins for Kristina Saltanovic 45:24 and
Marius Ziukas 40:36.
(BEL): The 13:05.98 of Polat Kemboi Arikan at Van Damme is also new
European U23 record. The former Kenyan Paul Kemboi represents since June
8 this year Turkey. Former record 13:10.40 was achieved back in 1981 in
Reiti by East German Hansjorg Kunze.
(KZK): Kazakhstan media are informing about positive doping test of
Olga Tereshkova who is last year Asian Games winner in the 400 m. She
had positive result from Asian Championships in Kobe where she won in
52.37. Later she was second at World Military Games in Brazil and also
bronze medalist at World University Games in China. All this results are
now under question. She had higher levels of testosterone as permitted
in her sample. Kazakhstan national federation did not gave the final
verdict yet because the levels were only slightly over the norm.
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