In partenza per Oslo, destinazione @bislettgames ðŸ‘Ÿ
Potrete seguirmi giovedÃ¬ 13 dalle ore 20.00 su Sky Sport Arena, canale 204 di @skysport ðŸ¤™ðŸ»ðŸ‡®ðŸ‡¹
â€¢@nike #Justdoit @fastweb_spa #Togetherto2020 @radioitalia #solomusicaitaliana @Toyota_italia #startyourimpossible pic.twitter.com/CpymdMzvoS
— Filippo Tortu (@FilippoTortu) June 10, 2019
LAUSANNE (SUI): With two weeks to go until the 2019 edition of Athletissima, the organisers have unveiled some more big names coming to Lausanne to light up the stadium on Friday, 5 July. There will be no less than 49 Olympic and World medallists, 28 European medallists, and a total of 46 athletes currently ranked in the top 3 of the world rankings. Leading the star-studded line-up, the Russian, Mariya Lasitskene after her 206 in Ostrava. In the 100 m, the duel between old and young, with the veterans Justin Gatlin (USA, 37 years) and Michael Rodgers (USA, 34 years), against the new generation represented by Filippo Tortu (ITA, 21 years). In the 200m, the line-up is as promising, with the presence of last year’s winner, the American, Noah Lyles, nearly 22 years old and also representing this new generation of sprinters with a bright future. He will be racing against several others: the Canadian, Andre de Grasse, who won last night in Ostrava; the current World and European Champion, the Turk, Ramil Guliyev; the Frenchman, Christophe LemaÃ®tre; and last but not least, the Swiss star, Alex Wilson, who finished third in the European Championships. In the 800m, the world’s best will be present, notably the Canadian, Brandon McBride, with a world season third best performance in 2019, and the Kenyans Ferguson Cheruiyot Rotich and Emmanuel Kipkurui Korir. In a race that is shaping up to be fast, the current European Champion from Poland, Adam Kszczot, will also be looking for success.
FÃ¼r @LylesNoah hiess es ein Jahr lang trainieren, schwitzen und alles geben – fÃ¼r genau 19,69 Sekunden â± UnterstÃ¼tze die Leichtathletik-Stars bei ihren grossen Momenten und fiebere mit ihnen mit ðŸ‘ Sichere dir jetzt ein Ticket fÃ¼r @weltklasseZH: https://t.co/WppfB3bw1a pic.twitter.com/0w61V4dBGR
— UBS Athletics (@UBSathletics) June 21, 2019