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PROTRACK » GENERAL » Athletics G P Kawasaki Japan, 8th May 2011 - RESULTS

Athletics G P Kawasaki Japan, 8th May 2011 - RESULTS

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Golden Grand Prix Kawasaki
Japan , 8th May 2011 :


Men's 100 m
1 Kim Collins SKN 10.40
2 Aaron Rouge-Serret AUS 10.42
3 Ryota Yamagata JAP 10.51
4 Shintaro Kimura JAP 10.54
5 Masashi Eriguchi JAP 10.54
6 Dongsheng Zheng CHN 10.55
7 Simon Magakwe RSA 10.65

Men's 200 m
1 Amr Ibrahim Mostafa Seoud EGY 20.65
2 Hitoshi Saito JAP 20.71
3 Shinji Takahira JAP 20.81
4 Matt Davies AUS 20.93
5 Mitsuhiro Abiko JAP 21.32
6 Sean Wroe AUS 21.55
7 Kevin Moore AUS 21.77


Men's 800 m
1 Masato Yokota JAP 1:46.87
2 James Kaan AUS 1:47.25
3 Rachid Khoua MAR 1:48.44
4 James Gurr AUS 1:48.54
5 Awazu Ryosuke JAP 1:49.86
6 Takeshi Kuchino JAP 1:51.16

Men's 110 m Hurdles
1 Ryan Wilson USA 13.73
2 Dongpeng Shi CHN 13.78
3 Dexter Faulk USA 13.79
4 Tae-Kyong Park KOR 13.85
5 Yume Moses JAP 13.88
6 Tasuku Tanonaka JAP 13.89
7 Wataru Yazawa JAP 14.14
8 Yutaro Furukawa JAP 14.32

Men's 400 m Hurdles

1 Brendan Cole AUS 49.60
2 Takatoshi Abe JAP 50.17
3 Richard Davenport GBR 50.35
4 Naohiro Kawakita JAP 50.42
5 Dai Tamesue JAP 50.44
6 Yuta Imazeki JAP 51.51
7 Tomoharu Kino JAP 53.18

Men's Long Jump
1 Tyrone Smith BER 8.09
2 Mitchell Watt AUS 8.07
3 Yohei Sugai JAP 8.05
4 Robert Crowther AUS 8.03
5 Rikiya Saruyama JAP 7.87
6 Xiaoyi Zhang CHN 7.79
7 Naohiro Shinada JAP 7.67


Men's Javelin Throw
1 Yukifumi Murakami JAP 82.90
2 Stuart Farquhar NZL 81.14
3 Genki Dean JAP 78.90
4 Qinggang Zhao CHN 78.40
5 Sangjin Jung KOR 78.12
6 Mike Hazle USA 75.77
7 Hamish Peacock AUS 70.73


Women's 100 m
1 Alexandria Anderson USA 11.28
2 Guzel Khubbieva UZB 11.54
3 Melissa Breen AUS 11.56
4 Chisato Fukushima JAP 11.56
5 Scottesha Miller USA 11.57
6 Momoko Takahashi JAP 11.70
7 Mayumi Watanabe JAP 11.77

Women's 400 m
1 Shareese Woods USA 52.68
2 Mary Wineberg USA 53.27
3 Margaret Etim NGR 53.52
4 Chisato Tanaka JAP 54.76
5 Misaki Ueyama JAP 54.82
6 Miho Shingu JAP 54.87
7 Mayu Sato JAP 54.93

Women's 100 m Hurdles
1 Lolo Jones USA 12.92
2 Yvette Lewis USA 13.07
3 Tatyana Dektyareva RUS 13.23
4 Yeon-Kyoung Lee KOR 13.33
5 Mami Ishino JAP 13.33
6 Yawei Sun CHN 13.41
7 Asuka Terada JAP 13.52
8 Ayako Kimura JAP 13.59

Women's 400 m Hurdles
1 Lauren Boden AUS 55.86
2 Satomi Kubokura JAP 56.62
3 Christine Spence USA 56.74
4 Sayaka Aoki JAP 57.12
5 Miyabi Tago JAP 57.35
6 Yuka Nomura JAP 58.03
7 Angela Morosanu ROM 58.05
8 Shiori Miki JAP 58.11

Women's Long jump
1 Saeko Okayama JAP 6.61
2 Minjia Lu CHN 6.61
3 Wupin Wang CHN 6.47
4 Kumiko Imura JAP 6.39
5 Kerrie Perkins AUS 6.34
6 Jessica Penney AUS 6.15
7 Linda Allen AUS 6.12



Women's 4 x 100m Relay
1 Japan JPN 43.39
2 Australia AUS 43.69
3 Japan "B" JPN 44.62
4 New Zealand NZL 46.12

PR of China CHN DQ

Men's 4 x 100m Relay
1 Japan JPN 38.78
2 Japan "B" JPN 38.94
3 PR of China CHN 39.25
4 Japan Junior JPN 39.48
5 Australia AUS 39.53
6 Korea KOR 39.73
7 New Zealand NZL 41.80





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http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/dy/sports/T110508002748.htm

Cramp slows Fukushima at Seiko
Ken Marantz
Daily Yomiuri
9th May 2011


KAWASAKI--For Chisato Fukushima, the joy of rewriting yet another national record was tempered by yet another injury scare.

Less than two hours after helping set a new Japan record in the 4x100-meter relay, Fukushima slowed down at the end of the 100 meters due to a leg cramp Sunday at the Seiko Golden Grand Prix in Kawasaki.

"I was really excited about the record, but then this happened," Fukushima said. "It's a shame."

Fukushima, the national record-holder in the 100 and 200, withdrew from the final at the Oda Memorial Meet in Hiroshima on April 29 after suffering a cramp in her left calf in the preliminary heat.

On Sunday before a crowd of 11,000, she was trailing American Alexandria Anderson in second place when she shut it down over the final 20 meters.

Anderson won in 11.28 seconds, with Uzbekistan's Guzel Khubbieva second in 11.54. Melissa Breen finished third in 11.56, the same time as Fukushima in fourth.

"I felt something strange so I slowed down," Fukushima said. "But it's alright."

Earlier, Fukushima, running the third leg, combined with Saori Kitakaze, Momoko Takahashi and Kana Ichikawa to win the 4x100 relay in 43.39 seconds.

That broke the Japan record of 43.58 that Kitakaze, Fukushima and Takahashi set with Mayumi Watanabe at the Osaka Grand Prix--the predecessor of the Kawasaki meet--in May 2009.

It also topped the qualifying standard of 44.00 for this summer's world championships in Daegu, South Korea. Fukushima, who completed a golden sprint double at the Asian Games last November, has already qualified in both the 100 and 200, the latter coming when she won in Shizuoka last Tuesday in 23.13.

The record run in the relay was not without its tense moment, however, as the exchange between Takahashi and Fukushima was less than smooth.

"We got jammed up and the baton actually was in the air for a moment," Takahashi said. "But Fukushima caught it. We're really in sync."

In the women's 100 hurdles, American Lolo Jones shrugged off the effects of a long trip from Doha to win in 12.92 seconds, with compatriot Yvette Lewis second in 13.07.

Jones, most known for clipping the second to last hurdle while leading in Beijing and turning a gold medal into a seventh-place finish, has been plagued by sciatic problems and even underwent treatment during the 10-hour flight from Doha.

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