Fisherman to the semi-finals, Sintnicolaas provisional fourteenth on combined events
Nadine Visser and,, Baker have Friday qualified for the semi-finals of the 100 metres hurdles at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS in athletics. With Eelco Sintnicolaas is the less energetic. The uhuru is busy after the first of the three parts of the pentathlon and decathlon in the fourteenth place.
The 22-year-old Fisherman, who last month at the european CHAMPIONSHIPS under-23 gold picked up in the 100 meter hurdles, ran in her series to a time of 12.96 in the example of seconds and was the thirteenth time overall through to the semi-finals, Friday night at 20.05 hours on the program.
“Tonight I must still be a lot harder, because I really want to go to the finals”, looked at Fisherman forward. “In this series, it was a matter of good fit and not too much risk to take. In the final, that’s different. Then I go all or nothing. Just kneiterhard about those things.”
Earlier this week, did the Fisherman have taken part in the pentathlon and decathlon, in which Anouk Vetter bronze medal. Visser finished in a creditable seventh place.
Visser has whole day in bed to recover
Baker and Boons
Baker was in the 100 meter hurdles fifth in her series with 13.12 and was the last in the series and wait or them to one of the four tijdsnelsten heard that to the semi-finals were. Her time was just fast enough. They are going to last through to the semi-finals.
For Eefje Boons were the series of the terminus. The 23-year-old world CHAMPIONSHIP debutante put 13,34 on the clocks, and knew as seventh in her heat immediately that she was disabled.
The Dutch association of athletics served still protest against the shutdown because the athlete next to Boons in her job. This was Boons hindered. The protest, however, was rejected by the jury.
Baker: “Finally, I got lucky once’
In the decathlon said Sintnicolaas in advance that he is going for a medal, but after three components is he still not on track. With 2506 points, he stands at the fourteenth place. The other Dutch tienkamper, Pieter Braun, busy with 2424 point to the 22nd place.
The 30-year-old Sintnicolaas started rough on the 100 meters in 10,96, jumped, then 7,31 far and nudged the ball to 14,32; results that are not in the vicinity came from his personal records.
The Time is with trust travelled to London because of his second place in may at the prestigious combined events in the Austrian Götzis. He was the second and improved his own English record to 8539 points. His best performance at a world CHAMPIONSHIPS: fifth place in 2011 and 2013.
Day 8 of the world CHAMPIONSHIP of athletics
Deborah John of Trinidad and Tobago came in hard fall in the 100 meter hurdles.
John ran in the same series as Nadine Visser.
John went there by stretcher.
Nadina Fisherman rushed in her series on the 100 meter hurdles to a time of 12.96 in the example of seconds.
They should thus, as in the thirteenth through to the semi-final battle.
Tienkamper Eelco Sintnicolaas klokte 10,96 on the 100 metres.
Sintnicolaas klokte it the thirteenth time in the 100 metres.
Pieter Braun found himself back on the 26th to the first part of the decathlon.
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Braun started with 11,22 in the 100 meters, came up with jump to 7,17 and took the ball away from 14,48. Also the Dutchman remained thus far under his ability.
The Frenchman Kevin Mayer is tentatively to head with 2703 points. The following two components (high jump and 400 metres) for Friday night at the program, after which the combined events on Saturday is completed with the 110 meter hurdles, discus, pole-vaulting, javelin and the 1500 metres.
Program day 8 world CHAMPIONSHIP of athletics: Schippers and Sintnicolaas on medaillejacht