At the meetings of this prestigious series, it is proved that the last round of the art competition chooses the winner. Andrejczyk threw in the contest 62.67, but at the fifth attempt. The last time she scored 60.35, the German Christine Hussong was better than her at that time – 60.95 and was considered the winner.

Andrejczyk did very well against the back of very strong opponents and would have scored a victory under the old rules. LUKS player Hańcza Suwałki stunned the world in May with a throw of 71.40 in Split. So far, no one in the world has crossed the 70-meter barrier this season. Unfortunately, this start was paid for again due to a shoulder injury. She recently returned to compete in the Polish Championship in Poznan. She had a few weeks off and didn’t quit at all for three weeks. She took the title of best in Poland with a distance of 59.69 and was not completely satisfied.

“There is a lot of protection in all of this. There was also a lot of frustration. Health is better. Behind me two injections of plasma into the joint capsule, because it was torn. I also had a muscle tear. There was also a suspicion of a tear in the anterior part of the labrum. There was A good prognosis, so it is weak at the moment, but I am suffering, ”- she said in Poznan with tears in her eyes.

You will come back from Oslo in a much better position. She beat Australian world champion Kelsey Lee Barber – 60.86, and Czech world record holder Barbara Spotakova – 60.38.

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Now Andrejczyk is waiting for a few days of rest and competing in the Diamond League meeting in Monaco.

a woman

100 m

1 – Marie Jose Ta Lou (Ivory Coast) 10.91

2. Daryl Neta (UK) 11.06

3 – Agla del Ponte (Switzerland) 11.16

800 m

1. Kate Grace (USA) 1.57,60

2 – Halima Nakai (Uganda) 1,58.70

3. Laure Hoffmann (Switzerland) 1.59.06

5000 m

1 – Helen Obery (Kenya) 14.26.38

2- Fantu Worku (Ethiopia) 14.26.80

3 – Margaret Shelemo Kipkimboe (Kenya) 14.28, 24

400 pm

1. Fimke Paul (Netherlands) 53.33 – country record

2 – Anna Rykova (Ukraine) 54.15

3 – Victoria Tkachuk (Ukraine) 54.62

w dal

1 – Malaika Mihambo (Germany) 6.86

2- Ivana Spanovic (Serbia) 6.66

3 – Nastasja Mironczyk – Ioanwa (Belarus) 6.72

spear

1 – Christine Hosung (Germany) 62.62

2. Maria Andrzekczyk (Poland) 62.67

3 – Kelsey-Lee Barber (Australia) 60,86

men

200 m

1 – Andre de Grasse (Canada) 09.20.2019

2 – Aaron Brown (Canada) 20.38

3 – Isaac Makwala (Botswana) 20.61

a thousand

1. Stuart McSwain (Australia) 3.48.37 – Best result in the world this year

2. Marcin Lewandowski (Poland) 3.49.11 – Polish record

3. J. Edwards (Australia) 3.49.27

3000 m

1. Yumev Kegelcha (Ethiopia) 7.26.25 – Best result this year in the world

2- Jacob Krupp (Kenya) 7.30.07

3 – Nicholas Kiborer Kemili (Kenya) 7.31.33

400 pm

1. Karsten Warholm (Norway) 46.70 – world record

2 – Alison dos Santos (Brazil) 47.38

3 – Yasmane Kobelo (Turkey) 48.86

triple jump

1 – Yasser Mohamed Triki (Algeria) 17, 24

2 – Andy Diaz (Cuba) 16.78

3. Tiago Pereira (Portugal) 16.64

Tyczka

1. Armand Duplantis (Sweden) 6.01

2. Sam Kendricks (US) 5,91

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3 – Renault Lavillenie (France) 5.81

tablet

1 – Daniel Stahl (Sweden) 68.65

/ France Press agency