PROTRACK

A forum devoted to track events from 60m to the 2 mile. Mainly pro but also news from local, national and international sprint & middle distance competitions.

Log in

I forgot my password



Search
 
 

Display results as :
 


Rechercher Advanced Search

October 2017
MonTueWedThuFriSatSun
      1
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526272829
3031     

Calendar Calendar


You are not connected. Please login or register

PROTRACK » International Results & News » Lausanne DL 30th JUNE - RESULTS (Sally Pearson wins 100mH)

Lausanne DL 30th JUNE - RESULTS (Sally Pearson wins 100mH)

View previous topic View next topic Go down  Message [Page 1 of 1]

Admin

avatar
Admin
Admin
Lausanne, Switzerland
Diamond League
30th June 2011
RESULTS



Men's 100m
1 POWELL Asafa JAM 9.78 WL
2 FRATER Michael JAM 9.88 PB
3 LEMAITRE Christophe FRA 9.95 =NR
4 CARTER Nesta JAM 9.99
5 SAIDY NDURE Jaysuma NOR 9.99 NR
6 MARTINA Churandy NED 10.21
7 GÖLTL Felix GER 10.49
8 MANCINI Pascal SUI 10.58


Women's 200m
1 RYEMYEN Mariya UKR 22.85
2 FERGUSON-MCKENZIE Debbie BAH 22.93
3 POVH Olesya UKR 23.04
4 MOTHERSILL Cydonie CAY 23.08
5 MOORE Lashauntea USA 23.16
6 SOUMARE Myriam FRA 23.19
7 GUSHCHINA Yuliya RUS 23.23 SB
8 POHREBNYAK Nataliya UKR 23.56


Women's 400m
1 MONTSHO Amantle BOT 50.23
2 RICHARDS-ROSS Sanya USA 50.61 SB
3 HASTINGS Natasha USA 51.07
4 YEFREMOVA Antonina UKR 51.12
5 DUNN Debbie USA 51.63
6 WILLIAMS-MILLS Novlene JAM 51.73
7 WILLIAMS Shericka JAM 51.86
DNS SPENCER Kaliese JAM


Men's 400m
1 GONZALES Jermaine JAM 45.27
2 BORLÉE Kevin BEL 45.37 SB
3 HENRY Tabarie ISV 45.57
4 PINDER Demetrius BAH 45.99
5 BRENES Nery CRC 46.10
6 COLLAZO William CUB 46.23
7 BOASE Jordan USA 46.36
DQ GILLICK David IRL DQ R 162.7


Men's 800m
1 RUDISHA David KEN 1:44.15
2 LEWANDOWSKI Marcin POL 1:45.01
3 LAALOU Amine MAR 1:45.11 SB
4 KIVUVA Jackson Mumbwa KEN 1:45.45 SB
5 YEGO Alfred Kirwa KEN 1:46.49
6 KIPLAGAT Richard KEN 1:47.43
7 SOM Bram NED 1:47.70
8 MULAUDZI Mbulaeni RSA 1:48.44
9 KIPROP Asbel KEN 1:49.72
DNF TANGUI Sammy KEN

Intermediate times:
400m Tangui, Sammy (KEN)49.48
600m Rudisha, David (KEN)1:16.56



Women's 1500m
1 UCENY Morgan USA 4:05.52
2 MISHCHENKO Anna UKR 4:06.00
3 DEHIBA CHAHYD Hind FRA 4:06.58 SB
4 KIBIWOT Viola Jelagat KEN 4:06.67
5 GEZAHEGNE Kalkidan ETH 4:06.87
6 JEPKOSGEI Janeth KEN 4:07.00
7 JELAGAT Irene KEN 4:08.22
8 ASSEFA Meskerem ETH 4:08.75
9 BELETE Mimi BRN 4:09.85
10 JAMAL Maryam Yusuf BRN 4:10.21
11 LAKHOUAD Ibtissam MAR 4:10.42
12 MÅKESTAD Ingvill NOR 4:10.76 SB
13 SEMENYA Caster RSA 4:16.36
DNF PLIS Renata POL
DNS THOMAS Charlene GBR
DNS TVERDOSTUP Tamara UKR


Men's 5000m
1 CHEPKOK Vincent Kiprop KEN 12:59.13 Meet Record
2 MERGA Imane ETH 12:59.47
3 KIPCHOGE Eliud KEN 12:59.71 SB
4 CHESHARI Jacob KEN 13:03.73
5 GEBREMESKEL Dejen ETH 13:05.52
6 KUMA Abera ETH 13:07.27
7 KIPTOO Mark Kosgei KEN 13:10.96
8 BEKELE Tariku ETH 13:17.74 1 9
9 KIGEN Mike Kipruto KEN 13:20.00
10 CHOGE Augustine Kiprono KEN 13:21.24
11 TANUI Paul Kipngetich KEN 13:25.69
12 MEDHIN Teklemariam ERI 13:27.51
13 MESFIN Hunegnaw ETH 13:38.92
DNF C'KURUI James Kwalia QAT
DNF CRAGG Alistair Ian IRL
DNF GATHIMBA Gideon KEN
DNF VAN DER WESTHUIZEN Peter RSA


Women's 100m Hurdles
1 PEARSON Sally AUS 12.47
2 CARRUTHERS Danielle USA 12.48
3 OFILI-PORTER Tiffany GBR 12.64
4 POWELL-CRAWFORD Virginia USA 12.65
5 URECH Lisa SUI 12.72
6 WELLS Kellie USA 12.76
7 O'ROURKE Derval IRL 12.98
8 ENNIS Delloreen JAM 13.58


Men's 110m Hurdles
1 ROBLES Dayron CUB 13.12
2 THOMAS Dwight JAM 13.16
3 RICHARDSON Jason USA 13.17
4 TURNER Andrew GBR 13.22 PB
5 DARIEN Garfield FRA 13.37 SB
6 KISS Dániel HUN 13.54
7 WILSON Ryan USA 13.56
8 SHARMAN William GBR 13.71


Men's 400m Hurdles
1 GREENE David GBR 48.41
2 CULSON Javier PUR 48.73
3 GAYMON Justin USA 49.21
4 GREEN Jack GBR 49.44
5 CLEMENT Kerron USA 49.79
6 SÁNCHEZ Félix DOM 50.28
7 FREDERICKS Cornel RSA 51.12
8 COUTO Kurt Leone MOZ 51.55


Women's 3000m Steeplechase
1 CHEMOS Milcah KEN 9:19.87 Meet Record
2 ASSEFA Sofia ETH 9:20.50
3 NJOROGE Mercy Wanjiku KEN 9:20.51
4 GHRIBI Habiba TUN 9:21.02
5 ADAMU Birtukan ETH 9:26.31
6 ALEMU Birtukan Fente ETH 9:28.27 PB
7 ROTICH Lydia Jebet KEN 9:35.83
8 BRITTON Fionnuala IRL 9:38.88
9 KIRUI Purity KEN 9:45.57
10 GRØVDAL Karoline Bjerkeli NOR 9:48.18
DNF CHEPKURUI Lidya KEN
DNF HYMAN Mardrea JAM
DNF MOREIRA Sara POR


Women's 4 x 100m Relay
1 GERMANY GER 43.35
2 SWITZERLAND SUI 43.90
3 LITHUANIA LTU 44.70
4 SWITZERLAND U23 SUI 45.10
5 IRELAND IRL 45.71
6 SWITZERLAND U20 SUI 46.14
7 SWITZERLAND U18 SUI 46.24
DNF SLOVENIA SLO


Women's High Jump
1 CHICHEROVA Anna RUS 1.95
2 SHKOLINA Svetlana RUS 1.90
2 STYOPINA Vita UKR 1.90
4 MELFORT Melanie FRA 1.90
5 GREEN TREGARO Emma SWE 1.90
6 VLAŠIC Blanka CRO 1.90 10
7 GORDEYEVA Irina RUS 1.85
8 LUNDMARK Beatrice SUI 1.85 =SB
9 JUNGMARK Ebba SWE 1.80
NM FRANCIS Sheree JAM NM


Men's Pole Vault
1 LAVILLENIE Renaud FRA 5.83 =SB
2 MOHR Malte GER 5.73
3 BORGES Lázaro CUB 5.63
4 HOLZDEPPE Raphael GER 5.53
5 SCHULZE Fabian GER 5.43
6 DOSSEVI Damiel FRA 5.43 =SB
7 PAVLOV Igor RUS 5.43
NM CLAVIER Jérôme FRA
NM GIBILISCO Giuseppe ITA
NM GOMES DA SILVA Fábio BRA
NM MESNIL Romain FRA NM


Women's Long Jump
1 REESE Brittney USA 6.85
2 KLISHINA Darya RUS 6.76
3 PROCTOR Shara GBR 6.66
4 JIMOH Funmi USA 6.66
5 DELOACH Janay USA 6.60
6 RADEVICA Ineta LAT 6.56
7 SHUTKOVA Veronika BLR 6.55
8 MONTANER Concepción ESP 6.27
9 GLENN Brianna USA 6.19


Men's Triple Jump
1 TAMGHO Teddy FRA 17.91 WL, Meet Record
2 IDOWU Phillips GBR 17.52
3 COPELLO Alexis CUB 17.06
4 OPREA Marian ROU 17.00
5 GIRAT David CUB 16.97
6 OLSSON Christian SWE 16.86
7 SANDS Leevan BAH 16.83
8 COMPAORE Benjamin FRA 16.82


Women's Discus
1 BARRIOS Yarelis CUB 64.29
2 THURMOND Aretha D. USA 63.85
3 MÜLLER Nadine GER 63.58
4 BROWN-TRAFTON Stephanie USA 61.94
5 KARSAK Katerina UKR 60.99
6 GRASU Nicoleta ROU 60.54
7 ROBERT-MICHON Mélina FRA 59.37
8 COLLADO Yarisley CUB 58.88


Men's Javelin
1 THORKILDSEN Andreas NOR 88.19
2 MAKAROV Sergey RUS 87.12 SB
3 DE ZORDO Matthias GER 83.65
4 VESELÝ Vítezslav CZE 82.03
5 FRYDRYCH Petr CZE 78.94
6 PITKÄMÄKI Tero FIN 78.35
7 VASILEVSKIS Vadims LAT 76.27


Men's Shot Put
1 CANTWELL Christian USA 21.83 Meet Record
2 WHITING Ryan USA 21.76
3 MAJEWSKI Tomasz POL 21.55
4 HOFFA Reese USA 21.19
5 MIKHNEVICH Andrey BLR 20.86
6 URTANS Maris LAT 20.24
DNS NELSON Adam USA

http://protrack.easyforumlive.com

Admin

avatar
Admin
Admin
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/sport/sally-pearson-wins-100m-hurdles-in-lausanne/story-e6frg7mf-1226085422525

Sally Pearson wins 100m hurdles in Lausanne

From: AAP
The Australian
July 01, 2011


SALLY Pearson started her European build up to the world championships in style with a 100m hurdles victory in Lausanne.

The Australian won from Americans Kellie Wells and Danielle Carruthers, who are ranked first and second in the world this year.

Olympic silver medallist Pearson clocked a wind-assisted 12.47 seconds in winning the first of five races in Europe before she heads to Daegu, South Korea for the world championships starting on August 27.

Pearson's lowered her previous best time which was 12.50sec, set in Monaco in 2009.

Pearson, 24, said the world-class Diamond League field had boosted her performance.

“The wind was pretty strong which in the hurdles can be a hindrance as you get too close to the hurdles and it puts your rhythm off but a win's a win and I'll take it,” she said.

“I felt Danielle (Carruthers) all the way ... It was really good having her there, having that competition.

“I didn't get my signature start but that's to be expected having just gotten off the plane from Australia, but I still came out with a really good time.”

AAP

http://protrack.easyforumlive.com

Admin

avatar
Admin
Admin
http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/2011/jul/01/asafa-powell-wins-lausanne



Asafa Powell winning the men's 100m from Michael Frater (right), and Christophe
Lemaitre (left) at the Diamond League meeting.
Photograph: Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images


Asafa Powell runs fastest 100m this year at Lausanne Diamond League

• Usain Bolt and Tyson Gay absent as Powell wins in 9.78sec

• Jamaican sends warning to rivals at World Championships


Reuters
guardian.co.uk,
Friday 1 July 2011


Asafa Powell ran the fastest 100 metres this year at the Diamond League meeting in Lausanne on Thursday, taking advantage of the absence of Usain Bolt and Tyson Gay. Powell outclassed the rest of the field as he won in 9.78 seconds, one hundredth of a second better than Gay's time in Florida earlier this month.

Another Jamaican, Michael Frater, finished 0.10sec behind while the European champion, Christophe Lemaitre, recovered from a poor start to finish third in blustery and almost chilly conditions. Lemaitre, seen as a possible challenger to the North American and Jamaican dominance of the event, did not do enough to trouble Powell, although he equalled the French record of 9.95sec.

Gay was ruled out through injury while the world and Olympic champion Bolt missed the event. Powell held the world record between 2005 and 2008 but he has never won an individual gold in the world championships or Olympics and is hoping to break his duck in the World Championships, in South Korea in August.

"The weather wasn't perfect. It was a good race, a bit cold," said Powell. "I managed to push my way through. Anything below 9.8 is really good. And it's only the second race of the season so the future can only get better as they season progresses. My goal is to keep training and run faster."

David Rudisha, who twice broke the world record in the 800m last season, bounced back from injury with a win in his first big race of the season while the Frenchman Teddy Tamgho upstaged Britain's Phillips Idowu in the triple jump.

Rudisha, in his second race since returning from an ankle injury, won in 1min 44.15sec. The 22-year-old Kenyan burst clear at halfway, although he eased up near the end and was well short of his world record time of 1:41.01.

"I felt good in the race, I had a good kick in the first 300m and felt strong afterwards," said Rudisha. The world champion, Mbulaeni Mulaudzi of South Africa was a eighth.

Tamgho, who has emerged as a major challenger to the world and European champion, Idowu, produced one of the biggest cheers of the night with his huge third leap of 17.91m in the triple jump. Idowu, competing for the first time since a public split with British athletics officials, could manage only 17.52m in reply.

The double world champion and Olympic silver medallist Blanka Vlasic complained of the cold and problems with her knee and ankle as she finished sixth in the women's high jump, with 1.90m. Anna Chicherova of Russia won with 1.95m.

Australia's Olympic silver medallist Sally Pearson won the women's 100m hurdles in 12.47sec, holding off Danielle Carruthers of the United States. who was one hundredth of a second behind. The Olympic and world champion Andreas Thorkildsen won the men's javelin with a throw of 88.19m, the Norwegian's best mark of the season.

The Olympic champion Dayron Robles won the men's 110m hurdles in 13.12sec, beating Dwight Thomas by four hundredths of a second with Jason Richardson a hundredth back in third.

"I was worried by my bad knee but everything went well," said Robles.

http://protrack.easyforumlive.com

Admin

avatar
Admin
Admin

Men's 100m


http://protrack.easyforumlive.com

Sponsored content


View previous topic View next topic Back to top  Message [Page 1 of 1]

Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum