Coup on track; World record holder Warholm and Inkebrightsen hit back Sports | Deshabhimani

A day of coups at the World Athletics Championships. Unexpected winners were born when the track’s biggest stars suffered setbacks. In the men’s 1500m, Britain’s Jake Weightman shocked everyone and became the champion. In the 400m hurdles, the world record holder Caston Warholm could not reach the medal zone. Brazil’s Alison dos Santos won the gold. In the men’s 200m, Fred Kerley, the fastest player of the event, was eliminated in the semi-finals.

Norway was hit hard. Their golden hopes were lost. In the 1500, Olympic champion Jakob Ingebreitsen was ahead of the odds. The Norwegian also had the best time of the season. World record holder in Indore. The other star was Timothy Cheryuyot of Kenya, the world champion. But when he ran away, Britain’s weightman champion. He clocked a season’s best time of three minutes and 29.23 seconds. Ingebrightsen was second. Mohammed Kathir of Spain won the bronze. Cheryuot finished sixth.

In the 400 meter hurdles, the current world and Olympic champion and world record holder Warhomme failed. The Norwegian dropped to seventh place. Brazilian Alison became the champion in 46.29 seconds. The 22-year-old beat American’s Ray Benjamin. Benjamin came second.

In the men’s 200m, Kerli did not perform well in the semi-finals. Sixth came. Jamaica’s Yohan Blake withdrew.
America’s Noah Lyles, Erion Netton and Kenneth Bedenarek advanced to the finals with best times. Among the women, Jamaican stars Shelley Anfrazer, Elaine Thompson Fera and Sherika Jackson also made it to the finals. Fennel is on Sunday.

And that day will come down today; Neeraj tomorrow

Javelin throw qualifiers today and tomorrow, where India has medal hopes. Annurani’s women’s match is at 5.20 am today. In the men’s category, Olympic champion Neeraj Chopra and Rohit Yadav will compete tomorrow morning.

29 women are competing in two groups. The qualifying mark to enter the final is 62.50 meters. Or the 12 players who find the best distance will make it to the finals. The final is on Friday at 6.50 am. The 29-year-old from Uttar Pradesh is in Group B. The national record distance is 63.82 meters. World rank 16. Last time he made it to the World Championship final but finished eighth. In the men’s category, the qualification competition is divided into two groups. Group A match on Friday at 3.50 am and Group B at 5.20 am. Final Sunday at 7.05 am.

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