Last Updated on January 9, 2023 by Andrew Pirie
2018 World Athletics Junior Championships Updates Stream
Pinoyathletics.info Covering the 2018 World Athletics Junior Championships in Tampere, Finland.
Lalu Zohri, the Asian Junior Champion from Indonesia, took out heat 1 in 10.30. Miyamoto, who was silver to him at the Asian Juniors, was a distant second in 10.50. Boers of the Netherlands timed 10.66 to qualify through.
Dominic Ashwell of Great Britain ran a PB of 10.36 to win heat 2; over the much-fancied Jack Doran of Australia, who clocked 10.41, Luis Brander of Germany was third in 10.52. The other Brit Chad Miller won heat 3 in a PB of 10.33, from Michael Bentley of Jamaica 10.34, and Satoru Fukushima of Japan in 10.37.
FIRST 3 IN EACH HEAT (Q) AND THE NEXT 6 FASTEST (Q)
- PHASE SUMMARY
Boys 1500m Heats
Jakob Ingerbritsen of Norway wins Heat 1 in 3:51.34, from George Manangoi of Kenya 3:51.40, with Oussama Cherrad of Algeria also making it through in 3:52.33 in Heat 1.
However, Heat 2 was much faster with Justus So get of Kenya winning in 3:44.70, the top 5 going under 3:46. Sorsa of Ethiopia 3:44.92, Teare of USA 3:45.06, Robin Van Riel Netherlands 3:45.52 and another Norweigan Sondre Juven 3:45.64
U20 Decathlon 100m Australian Ashley Moloney World Best for Juniors in Decathlon clocking 10.51. After 3 events, Moloney sits in 4th place overall.
Of interest coming up will be the first heat of the Men’s 100m which will see Asian Junior Champion Loli Muhammad Zohri of Indonesia (PB of 10.25), the fastest man in South East Asia this year, up against Daisuke Miyamoto of Japan, who he beat at Asian Juniors (PB of 10.23)
The 2nd Heat features Jake Doran, who just broke the Australian Junior Record with a 10.15 run last week.
Thando Dlolo of South Africa, who has timed 10.11, is in Heat 3.
- Heat 4 has Enoch Adegoke of Nigeria 10.19 and Eric Harrison of the United States 10.26.
- Heat 5 Monareng of South Africa 10.18
- Heat 6 Schwartz of the United States the fastest in the field with a 10.09 PB.
Top 3 and the Next 6 Progress to the Semi-Finals
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