Historical finalist Fisherman in 100 meter hurdles at the world CHAMPIONSHIP of athletics
Nadine Visser has Friday night at the world CHAMPIONSHIP of athletics in London, the first Dutch woman to ever know for the final of the 100 metres hurdles. ,, Baker saved the not.
The 22-year-old Fisherman, earlier this week, still handsome seventh on the internet, ran in her semi-final of the 100 hurdles to a time of 12,83, five hundredths of her personal best and six hundredths above the more than 28-year-old Netherlands record of Marjan Olyslager.
This was the province of Noord-Holland the number three in her series, while only the number one and two direct places for the finals. After three semi-finals turned out to Fisherman, however, one of the two tijdsnelsten, leading them Saturday night to start in the final battle.
Visser was in the first half of her race is still somewhat behind in the field, but in the last tens of meters ran is still a lot of concurrentes over. The Australian olympic champion of 2012 Sally Pearson (12,53), and the American Nia Ali (12,79) remained out of the reach of the Canal.
Titelverdedigster Danielle Williams from Jamaica tapped one after the other horde, and was eliminated in the second semi-final.