|place: Hayward Field, Eugene, Oregon dates: July 15-24|
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Britain’s Katharina Johnson-Thompson finished seventh after three championships, battling to secure her seventh world title in Oregon.
The 29-year-old, who has recovered from multiple injuries, managed to overcome 13.55 seconds in the 100-meter hurdles, which was enough for fifth place in a match won by Belga Navissat Thiam.
The 2016 Olympic champion and last year’s Tokyo Champion Thiam set a personal best of 13.21, overtaking 1.95 meters in the high jump and throwing 15.03 meters over the bar, to lead the competition with 3,127 points.
The Dutch Anouk Vetter came second with 3003 points, and the third was the Polish Adriana Solek with 2979 points.
Johnson Thompson managed to achieve 1.83 m in the high jump, 15 cm under her record and 12.92 m after the shot, which was 2781 points after the Sunday morning session.
The last event of the day will be the 200m in the afternoon session.
2019 Doha Champion, Johnson-Thompson Recovered from a torn hock To participate in the Tokyo Olympics last year and find out that her dream of winning her first Olympic medal is over due to a calf injury In the year 200 AD.
Before Ethiopia, Tamirat Tola won the gold medal in men’s marathonHe finished over a net minute in a championship record time of two hours, five minutes and 36 seconds.
The second place was for the citizen Mosinit Jeremio (2:06:44), and the third for the Belgian Bashir Abdi (2:06:48).
Britain’s Joshua Griffiths finished 49th with a time of 2:17:37.
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