Makwala cleverly to the world cup final 200 metres, Francis wins the 400 metres
Isaac Makwala Wednesday at the world CHAMPIONSHIP of athletics in London at the handsome manner in the final of the 200 meters. The 30-year-old athlete from Botswana came with the third time for the final showdown: 20,14. The 400 metres in the women’s was won by Phyllis Francis.
Makwala came in his semi-final in the 200 metres later on to the mark than the American Isiah Young (20,12). His second place was enough for direct placement for the final battle.
Earlier on Wednesday night reached Makwala via an individual race even in the semi-finals. There he got permission from association of athletics IAAF after he was initially ruled out for the series in the 200 metres due to a contagious virus.
Makwala felt himself good enough to start Monday, but the IAAF did not allow him to do. To the dismay of Makwala, if he did not start in the final of the 400 metres.
He was for 48 hours, placed in quarantine and was only Wednesday afternoon is again free to move. Makwala forced ultimately by the IAAF that he has a new chance at the 200 metres and handle that possibility, so with both hands.
Makwala believes that he is ‘a great athlete’ is after qualifying final 200 metres
Wayde van Niekerk win on Tuesday of his world title in the 400 meters, but could in the semi-final of the 200 metres, did not convince.
The South African was third in his heat, but his time was good enough for a spot in the final battle. Van Niekerk hopes also on the 200 meter to join to get the gold.
Jereem Richards recorded the second time on the basis of the three heats in the semi-finals. The sprinter from Trinidad and Tobago came as Makwala in 20,14 over the finish line.
The finals on the 200 metres is Thursday evening 22.50 hours, finished in the Olympic Stadium.
Makwala stunt 200 metres in London
In the first instance excluded from participation Isaac Makwala takes his gram in his individual race in the 200 metres.
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The 400 metres in the women was surprisingly won by Francis. The gold seemed in the first instance to go to Shaunae Miller-Uibo, but the athlete from the Bahamas, got cramp and fell in the last meters back to the fourth place.
Francis eventually came in 49,92 over the line and troefde thus Salwa Eid Naser (silver) and favorite Allyson Felix (bronze). Felix won two years ago the gold.
The U.s. grabbed bronze on her fourteenth world CHAMPIONSHIP medal in total. She is now mederecordhoudster with Merlene Ottey, who on behalf of Jamaica also fourteen world CHAMPIONSHIPS-paste conquered in her career.
The 400 meter hurdles in the men was surprisingly become by Karsten Warholm. The 21-year-old Noor loved Yasmani Copello, from Turkey and the American Kerron Clement.