The Czech javeliners were doing the Diamond League, Veselý was second

The Champions of Diamonds in Monaco have won the Czech javeliners, both of whom have won the podium. Vítězslav Veselý threw 85.44 meters and finished second, the good form of the last weeks confirmed with performance of 84.32 meters and third place Jakub Vadlejch, who was among the top three in the Diamond League for the first time in his career. Fin Tero Pitkämäki won the finish of 88.87.

“It was warm weather, I was good at throwing,” said Veselý World Champion at Top Athletics. “I had a nice series, but I did not fly a single throw,” he pointed out four attempts at 84 meters. “But it did not happen to Pitkämäki today.Genzebe Dibaba, who created a new world record for 1500 meters at a time of 3: 50,07 minutes, has taken care of the summit of the meeting. China’s Chu Yun-sia held forty-two, surpassed 39th of a second, winning favor American Justin Gatlin for 100m, remained unbeaten this year and 9.78 seconds is his fourth best season.

The daddy tried to get the Czech maximum of 582 cm, but as he had done many times in the past, his effort was unsuccessful, with 572 cm in sixth place, with Michal Balner (557).After a few defeats, world reigner Renaud Lavillene won from France, who jumped 592 cm.

Asbel Kiprop performed a great performance in 1500 meters, with a time of 3: 26.69 minutes to rank third in historic tables. Kenyan benefited from the great work of drivers and won in a fast race in which six peacekeepers fell 3:30 minutes and total ten personal records fell. Record holder Hicham El Guerrouj from Morocco (3: 26,00) and Bernard Lagat from the USA (3: 26,34). As fast as today, the fifteen-year-old was not fourteen years old.Briton Mohamed Farah, the fourth man in the finish, just four hundredths has not surpassed his own European record.

A great surprise took care of Amel Tuka from Bosnia and Herzegovina, who fired the pond to all his favorites and won Best world time 1: 42.51 minutes. In the front row of this year’s table were also the American woman Francena McCorory in the race for 400 meters (49.83), run for 3,000 meters Caleb Mwangangi Ndiku (7: 35.13), with Joe Kovacs from USA (22.56) and 1500 m: 1. Kipro (Kenya) 3: 26,69, 2. Machlúfí (Alž.) 3: 28,75, 3. Igidir (Mar.) 3: 28,79.