Visser finishes seventh in world cup finals 100 meter hurdles

Visser finishes seventh in world cup finals 100 meter hurdles

Nadine Visser is Saturday, the seventh ended in the final of the 100 metres hurdles at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS of athletics in London. The Australian Sally Pearson took the Olympic Stage with the world title.

Pearson ran in the finals to a time 12,59. Silver was there for the American Dawn Harper-Nelson in 12,63. The German Pamela Dutkiewicz grip in 12,72 to the bronze.

Fisherman could on the first 50 metres, good stay, but got then back. They finished in a time of 12,83. That was the same time as in the semi-finals.

The 22-year-old Fisherman was on the basis of its time for the final battle. That was a first, as a Dutch woman never had managed to qualify for a world cup final on the part.

Day 9 of world CHAMPIONSHIP of athletics

Nadine Visser is the seventh ended in the world cup finals in the 100 meter hurdles.

The title went to the Australian Sally Pearson.

The 4×400 meter-women were disqualified because of a false change of Madiea Ghafoor and Lisanne de Witte.

Sad faces at Ghafoor, Lisanne de Witte, Laura Witte and Eva Hovenkamp.

The Dutch estafettevrouwen qualified for the final of the 4×100 metres.

With Dafne Schippers, second loopster klokte Orange 42,64, good enough to serve as one of the two tijdsnelsten by the way.

The Dutch mannenploeg had less success. Hensley Paulina, Taymir Burnet, Giovanni Codrington and Liemarvin Bonevacia lost in the series.

Usain Bolt drew with Jamaica in the final and made his farewell as a sprinter off until Saturday.

Sintnicolaas walked out of his injury in the 110 meter hurdles.

Eelco Sintnicolaas kept it after the seventh component seen on the decathlon.

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Visser, who earlier this week as the seventh was ended on the internet, was not completely satisfied with her race. “I came a little too quickly upright position, it went not so good over the first hurdle”, she said to the NOS. “I then came on passage, but at the end it was a little sloppy.”

They recognized, however, that they very much enjoyed the atmosphere in the stadium. “Of course it was super cool to be there. It was quite a chaotic race. It went by so fast. I knew I had the race of my life had to walk for a podium finish.”

In the run-up to the final had the athlete to suffer from stiffness in a hamstring, but that bothered her not in the finals. “It is well loosened up, that was also not a problem.”


Tienkamper Pieter Braun as number seventeen the last part, the 1500 metres, in. The athlete finished tenth in the javelin, the penultimate part.

Braun came in his second attempt at a distance of 59,26 m. He increased a position in the standings.

He is after the failure of Eelco Sintnicolaas is still the only Dutch athlete in the decathlon. That got earlier on Saturday because of hamstringklachten.

See also:
Skippers to world cup final, 4×100 metres, Sintnicolaas get from decathlon

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