Internal Polish record, the second best result in athletics history with a distance of 800 meters and 30 records for life – Polish and world stars from the “Queen of Sports” met for the seventh time in Arena Toruń during the Copernicus Cup for Athletics in the European Hall, one of six meetings Golden Athletics Indoor Tour.

Participants competed in twelve events:

  • Men: 800, 1500 and 60m hurdles, pole vault, shot put, high jump
  • Women: in the 60, 400, 800 and 3000m, 60m hurdles and triple jump races.

Record the statistics for Copernicus Cup 2021

Polish record:

  • Marcin Lewandowski – 1500 AD – 3: 35.71

Best results in the world:

  • Paraxife Papahristo (Greece) Women’s Triple Jump – 14.60
  • Christina Clemons (USA) Women’s 60m Hurdles – 7.81
  • Limlim Hailu (Ethiopia) 3000 m3 – 8: 31,24
  • Maxim Nidasikkau (Belarus) men’s high jump – 2.34
  • Elliott Giles (Great Britain) 800 Million Men – 1: 43.63

Meeting minutes:

  • Fimk Ball (Netherlands) – women’s 400m – 50.66
  • Habitam Alemu (Ethiopia) – 800 million women – 1: 58.19
  • Grant Holloway (USA) – 60m hurdles – 7.38m
  • Salmon Barega (Ethiopia) 1500m Men – 3: 32.97
  • Paraxife Papahristo (Greece) Women’s Triple Jump – 14.60
  • Christina Clemons (USA) 60m Women’s Hurdles – 7.81
  • Limlim Hailu (Ethiopia) 3000 m3 – 8: 31,24
  • Maxim Nidasikkau (Belarus) men’s high jump – 2.34
  • Elliott Giles (Great Britain) 800 Million Men – 1: 43.63

Life Chronicles:

  • Carolina Kojic – 60m Hurdles for Women – 7.98.37
  • Pia Skrzyszowska – Women’s 60m Hurdles – 8.00 SAR
  • Luminosa Bogliolo (Italy) – 60m Hurdles for Women – 8.00.00 SAR
  • Vialetta Skvartsova (Byoron) – triple jump – 14.39
  • Adrianna Szóstak – Women’s Triple Jump – 13.55
  • Agnieszka Bednarek – Women’s Triple Jump – 13.55
  • Beatrice Shipkuch (Kenya) – 3000m – 8: 31.72
  • Victoria Wagner-Geurkes (Hungary) – 3000m – 8: 55.45
  • Piata Tobka -3000 AD – 9: 13.89
  • Polina Kaczynska – 3000 pm – 9:16:22
  • Natalia Cashmerek – 400 m – 53.29
  • Nadia Bauer (Ireland) – 800m – 2: 00.98
  • Noelle Yarejo (Benin) – 800 p.m. – 2: 01.01
  • Jimmy Webb (Great Britain) – 800m – 1: 44.54
  • Andreas Kramer (Sweden) – 800m – 1: 45/09
  • Matthews Porkowski – 800m – 1: 46.20
  • Tony Van Depen (Netherlands) – 800m – 1: 46.97
  • Neil Gourley (Great Britain) – 1500 AD – 3: 35.79
  • Mechai Rosemis – 1500 A.D. – 3: 36.10
  • Philipp Sasink (Czech Republic) 3: 36.53
  • Kumari Taki (Kenya) – 1500m – 3: 37.28
  • Elijah Strozic – 60 AD – 7.40
  • Fimk Ball (Netherlands) – women’s 400m – 50.66
  • Habitam Alemu (Ethiopia) – 800 million women – 1: 58.19
  • Salmon Barega (Ethiopia) 1500m Men – 3: 32.97
  • Paraxife Papahristo (Greece) Women’s Triple Jump – 14.60
  • Limlim Hailu (Ethiopia) 3000 m3 – 8: 31,24
  • Maxim Nidasikkau (Belarus) men’s high jump – 2.34
  • Elliott Giles (Great Britain) 800 Million Men – 1: 43.63
  • Marcin Lewandowski – 1500 AD – 3: 35.71.
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The athletics stars will be competing in Arena Toruń

On the weekend (20 and 21 February), the athletes will meet during the Polish Indoor Championships, and from 5 to 7 March, the European Indoor Championships will be held. The three-day competition will cover 26 events (13 men and women). Among them, among others are running, relay, pole vaulting, long jump, shot put and sevens. Nearly 600 of the best European athletes will participate in the competition.

Department of Sports and Tourism And the press office of the Marshal’s office

Copernicus Cup, Photo: Bowie Scrapa