Happio confirms that Martino Lagarde and Pontavian are suffering

Happio confirms that Martino Lagarde and Pontavian are suffering

While Wilfried Happio finished second in the 400m hurdles at the Lausanne meet, Pascal Martinnott Lagarde and Jean-Marc Pontvienne struggled in the 110m hurdles and triples. But all went well for Noah Lyles, Jacob Ingbrigtsen and Sofiane El-Baqali.

Pascal Martinnot Lagarde won the European Championship final by a thousand, did not shine this Friday in Lausanne, contented himself with seventh place in the 110m hurdles in the 13 58, away 12 99 of Jamaican Rashid Broadbeel, who broke his best, while the American world champion Grant Holloway is third with a time of 13 11. It couldn’t have been better for Jean-Marc Pontvian. The bronze medalist in the triple jump last week in Munich, the 28-year-old athlete no longer has his legs to follow. He finished eighth and last in the competition, jumping 16.11 meters in his second attempt (he had passed 16.94 meters in Munich), while Cuba scored a hat-trick with Andy Diaz’s victory (17.67 metres). In a non-calculating Diamond League event, European Vice Champion in the 400m hurdles Wilfrid Happio finished second again with a time of 48″ behind American successor Roser (47″ 68) and ahead of compatriot Ludvi Valiant (48″ 94). The second place I am pleased with: “I am satisfied with my race. I am so tired of the World Championships, the European Championships and the season ending. I came here to enjoy the competition, with the support of the spectators. With the other competitors, we know each other very well and love to race together. I had to wait three years to break my own record and this season I beat it by more than a second. There is no specific reason to break my record, I’m doing fine with my life. I have a good and healthy balance. I started studying again and structure my days. I needed to organize myself better. My coach Oliver and I trust each other. We work well together, we have a good training team and good medical staff. »

Lyles, Ingbrijtsen and Al-Baqali at the meeting

American Noah Lyles, who was crowned world champion in the 200 meters last month, took another victory at 1956, ahead of compatriot Michael Norman (19 x 76) and Trinidadian Jeremy Richards (19 x 95). India’s Neeraj Chopra, vice world champion in javelin throwing, won Friday in Switzerland, with a record of 89.08 metres, three meters ahead of the world bronze and European silver medalist, Czech Jakub Vadilić (85.88 metres). Norway’s Jakob Ingbrigtsen, vice world and European 1500m champion, still has legs, and gave his world’s best performance of the season, at 3’29 05. Not surprisingly also in the 3000m hurdles, world champion Soufiane El Bakkali of Morocco won a time of 8’02″45, more than ten seconds ahead of the competition. On the other hand, the thrill was equal, and in the end, it was Ukrainian Andrei Protsenko who won the number of attempts, passing the 2.24m crossbar, just like Qatari Muataz Issa Barshim, American Jovon Harrison and New Zealander. Hamish Kerr. In terms of weight, Americans Joe Kovacs and Ryan Crozer continued the fight, and Kovacs took revenge on Eugene with a throw of 22.65 meters, which is 60 cm better than his opponent.

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