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Friday, July 06, 2018

Tel Aviv (Israel), 4-5.7.2018 -National Championships-


Tel Aviv (Israel), 4-5.7.2018  -National Championships-

Men

100m (4) (-0.2) 1 Gal Arad 10.56; 2 Imri Pressiado 10.57 (10.52 (1.3) 1h); 3 Kostas Skrabulis (ltu) 10.62  (10.55 (0.2) 1h) in heats: Gediminas Truskauskas (ltu) 10.65 (0.3) 2h

200m (5) h1 (-0,2) 1 Imri Persiado 21.27; 2 Donald Blair-Sanford 21.32; 3 Eran Siboni 21.45; 4 Aliaksandr Linnik (blr) 21.61; h2 (-0,9) Gediminas Truskauskas (ltu) 21.41

400m (4) 1 Donald Blair-Sanford 45.56; 2 Eran Siboni 47.44; 3 Kurt Couto (moz) 48.20

1.500m (4) 1 Raymond Magut (ken) 3:43.48; 2 Necho Tayachew 3:44.41; 3 Yimer Getahun 3:44.57; 4 Tadesse Getahun 3:47.30

5.000m (5) 1 Raymond Magut (ken) 13.39.25; 2 Girmaw Amare 13.56.91; 3 Tadesse Getahun 13.57.14; 4 Abebe Degefa (eth) 13.57.43; 5 Aimeru Almeya 13.57.56; 6 Derara Hurisa (eth) 14.00.61

HJ (5) Roman Loshkaryev (kaz) 2.17

PV (5) 1 Nikandros Stylianou (cyp) 5.35; 2 Lev Skorish 5.30

TJ (4) Tom Yaacobov 15.93 (0.4)

SP (4) 1 Leonid Ekimov (ger) 19.41; 2 Itamar Levi 19.03

DT (59 1 Domantas Poska (ltu) 59.88; 2 Adar Sheere 56.06; 3 Dennis Valliulin 53.54

HT (4) Goga Tchikhvaria (geo) 63.87

Women

100m (4) (-0.4) 1 Diana Vaisman 11.47 (11.38 (0.2) 1h NR); 2 Kendall Baisden (usa) 11.77

200m (5) (-0,9) 1 Diana Vaisman 23.78; 2 Kendall Baisden (usa) 23.95; 3 Olga Lenskiy 24.36

400m (4) Ciara Short (usa) 55.44

800m (5) Eglay Nalyanya (ken) 2.03.58

1500m (4) 1 Eglay Nalyanya (ken) 4:11.55; 2 Chemtai Salpeter 4:11.69 NR; 3 Advah Cohen 4:15.46; 4 Gadese Ejara (eth) 4:19.89

HJ (4) 1  Khanin Nassar 1.78; 2 Yana Maksimava (blr) 1.78; 3 Danielle Frenkel 1.78

PV (4) Olga Frackowiak (Pol) 4.00

LJ (5) 1 Hanna Minenko 6.37 (2.9) and 6.34 (0.3); 2 Hanna Krasutska 6.04 (2.2); ... 6 Olha Sudarava (blr) 5.92 (1.3)

TJ (4) 1 Hanna Minenko 14.13 (1.0); 2 Hanna Krasutska (ukr) 14.01 (-0.1); 3 Mariya Ovchinnikova (kaz) 12.90 (0.?)

HT (4) 1 Margarita Belov 57.77; 2 Yevgeniya Zabolotniy 57.45

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