2019 World Indoor Tour: World leads for Siderova and Rojas!

Sidorova_Anzhelika-Worlds18.jpgAnzhelika Siderova, photo by PhotoRun.net
Rojas_Yulimar-WORLDi18.jpgYulimar Rojas, photo by PHotoRun.net
World leads for Sidorova and Rojas
MADRID (ESP, Feb 8): The fourth IAAF World Indoor Tour meet in Madrid registered World leading pole vault 491 by Anzhelika Sidorova beating Nikoleta Kiriakopoulou from Greece 474. Non-Russian World lead in long jump for Greek European champion Miltiadis Tentoglou with 823 Greek indoor record. US Mike Rodgers won the 60m in 6.57 just edging Slovak Jan Volko 6.58. In the 400 m another US win for Nathan Strother 46.21 clearly over Luka Janezic of Slovenia 46.55. In the women 60 m Ewa Swoboda again after Karlsruhe beat Dafne Schippers in the 60 m with 7.11 to 7.18. Kenyan wins in men middle distances as Cornelius Tuwei got the 800 m in 1:47.76 and Bethwell Birgen the 1500 m in 3:40.17 ahead of Spanish Jesus Gomez 3:40.59 and Adel Mechaal 3:41.82. David Storl with 21.01 beat Konrad Bukowiecki 20.66, in the triple jump Yulimar Rojas World leading 14.92 over Tori Franklin 14.57 North American record with Patricia Mamona third 14.44 national record for Portugal.In men hurdles Jarret Eaton took revenge and beat Orlando Ortega 7.56 to 7.57 with Milan Trajkovic third with sema 7.57. US Aaron Mallett was fourth 7.70 but clocked 7.59 in heats. Sofia Ennaoui from Poland won the 1500 m in 4:08.31 and African domination in women 3000 m as Ethiopian Alemaz Samuel won in 8:43.76 over Romanian Claudia Bobocea 8:47.59 PB and Dutch Maureen Koster 8:48.85.

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