It was tight! Spatak in London lost one centimeter

Sparrow barbora Barbora Spotakova lost the battle for victory at the Diamond League in London for only one centimeter. With a performance of 65.00 meters, the world record maker has improved this year’s maximum, but Madara Palameika from Latvia has prepared her second triumph in the prestigious series.

Even so, Spotakova has consolidated the lead. He now has a two-point lead over Palameika and South Africa Sunette Viljoen, with whom he has been the first to be the first place to finish fourth in London. Spotáková has moved to the eighth place in the world charts.

“I’m happy for those meters, it’s good that performance is still improving, although it’s not perfect yet.A little luck that I lost an inch. I do not think so, “said the double Olympic winner of the server. Jakub Holuša took the seventh place in the race for one mile, until he reached the goal line in the front group but in the best position He was not enough and 3: 55.66 lagged six tenths of a second behind third place, winning Asbel Kiprop from Kenya for 3: 54.87.

“The race was very interesting, it was running slowly, so there was a lot Strkanic. I tried to keep in touch, but unfortunately I was quite orbit, which made me feel better at the end, “said Holuša server

Renaud Lavillenie has surpassed for the second time in the season the six-meter limit.He first jumped 603 and tried three times 610, which would be his second best career career. With this year’s maximum he was 605 cm. Like Spotakova, other London 2012 Olympic winners ended in second place. Kenyan David Rudisha, who is slowly returning to form after health problems, lost eighth A tenth of a second with a twenty-one-year-old silver medalist from Nicolas Amos of Botswana, then Niels Amos.

Also after the injury, the returning ballist Valerie Adams of New Zealand succumbed to American Michelle Carter.The best athlete of the world for the past year failed to return to the winning wave after her last five-year victory over the five-year winning streak at the last meeting in Paris on the comeback after the elbow and shoulder operation.