The Nigerian ran 12.12 in the semi-finals, setting a new world record. This made it a favorite at the crucial start.

And she didn’t disappoint. She probably won the final with a time of 12.06. Better than her world recorda. This result wouldn’t count, however, because the wind helped a lot (2.5 m/s), 0.5 m/s more than the regulations allow.

The Nigerian beat Jamaica’s Brittany Anderson (12.23) and Puerto Rican Yasmin Camacho Quinn (also 12.23).).

American Kendra Harrison, the former world record holder, who stumbled over the hurdles, was disqualified.

Results of the World Championships in Athletics Sunday in Eugene and Poles venues:

Women

800 m

1. Athing Mu (USA) 1.56.30 – Best score in the world this year

2. Kelly Hodgkinson (UK) 1.56.38

3- Marie Mora (Kenya) 1.56.71

16 – Anna Wielgosz (Poland) 2.00.51 Eliminated in the semi-finals

100 pm

1 – Toby Amosan (Nigeria) 12.06

2 – Brittany Anderson (Jamaica)

3. Jasmine Camacho Quinn (Puerto Rico) 12,23

10 – Pia Skrysowska (Poland) 12.62 was eliminated in the semi-finals

32 – Claudia Cesares (Poland) was eliminated in the preliminary round 13.27

long jump

1 – Mallika Mihambo (Germany) 7.12

2. Easy Broome (Nigeria) 7.02

3- Leticia Oro Melo (Brazil) 6.89

4x400m relay

1. USA 3.17.79

2- Jamaica 3.20.74

3. Great Britain 3.22.64

10. Poland 3.29.34 withdrew in the qualifying rounds

men

5000 m

1 – Jacob Ingbrigtsen (Norway) 09/13/24

2 – Jacob Krupp (Kenya) 09/13/98

3. Oscar Shlemo (Uganda) October 13-20

I walk 35 km

1. Massimo Stano (Italy) 2:23.14

2. Masatora Kawano (Japan) 2:23.15

3. Perseus Karlstroem (Sweden) 2:23.44

19. Dawid Tomala (Poland) 2:30:47

column

1. Armand Duplantis (Sweden) 6.21 – world record

2. Christopher Nielsen (USA) 5.94

3. Ernest John Obiena – 5.94 – Record in Asia

19. Piotr Lesek (Poland) 5.50 is eliminated from the preliminary round

24. Robert Sopra (Poland) was eliminated 5.50 in the preliminary round

decathlon

1. Kevin Mayer (France) 8816

2. Pierce Lepage (Canada) 8701

3. Zachri Zemek 8676

4x400m relay

1. United States of America 2.26.17

2- Jamaica 2.58.58 –

3. Belgium 2.58.72

9. Poland 3.02.51

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