Men’s relay fails with first change, Noah Lyles takes gold again | World Athletics Championships

Dutch runners did not reach the final of the 4 x 100 meters relay at the World Athletics Championships in Budapest. Nsikak Ekpo, Temir Burnet, Hensley Bolina and Rafael Pujo did not even reach the finish line in their series. The switch between first runner Ekpo and second runner Burnet failed completely. Burnett didn’t even put his hands on the stick.

Sprinters trained a lot in preparation for the World Championships, and a lot of attention was always paid to the transition moment. The Dutch team must rely mainly on passing the baton smoothly to be fast. “I don’t know why it went wrong and what went wrong,” a somewhat upset Burnett said after the botched performance.

“We’ll have to watch the video footage to find out. We trained a lot together and wanted to show something, but playing it safe in the relay is not an option. Things can go wrong and that’s ‘part of the game’.”

Italy qualified for the final as fastest with a time of 37.65. The sprint quartet from the United States posted the second-fastest time with a time of 37.67.

The women’s relay will continue

Dutch runners have narrowly qualified for the final of the 4x100m relay at the World Athletics Championships in Budapest. Nketiah Sidhu, Marij van Honensteen, Jamil Samuel and Tassa Jia ran to fourth place in the heats in 42.53 seconds. Their time earned them last place.

The top three qualifiers went straight to the final. These were the United States, Ivory Coast and Italy, in the heat of the Netherlands. Two teams were allowed to fill the field for Saturday’s final based on their time and the Netherlands were among them.

Gold again for Lyles

Noah Lyles has lived up to his role as the favorite in the men’s 200m. The American star, who also became world champion in the 100 metres, took gold in the men’s sprint with a time of 19.52 seconds. The silver went to his compatriot Erion Knighton, and Letsale Tebogo from Botswana won the bronze. Among the women, the gold medal in the 200 meters went to Shericka Jackson.

Fourteenth place for taste

Rick Tam is in 14th place after the first day of the decathlon at the IAAF World Championships in Budapest. North Hollander has 4,170 points after five parts, putting him on track for a personal record.

Hassan Tam set two personal records in the shot put (14.89 metres) and the 400 meters (47.12). He also ran strongly in the 100 meters (10.64), but lost in the long jump (7.11) and high jump (1.84). The personal record for a decathlon runner from De Rijp is 8,326 points.

Read all of today’s developments below:

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Lyles is the world champion in the 200 meters

Noah Lyles has lived up to his role as the favorite in the men’s 200m. The American star won the gold medal in the men’s sprint and recorded a time of 19.52. The silver went to the countryman erion knighton, Letsil Tebogo from Botswana won the bronze medal.

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Gold for Jackson

Shericka Jackson won a gold medal in the women’s 200 meters. The Jamaican recorded a time of 21.41 to stay ahead of its American competitors Gabriel Thomas (21.81) and Shaqari Richardson (21.92 forward). Thomas and Richardson took silver and bronze respectively.

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Tam’s “personal best”.

Rick Tam has spent some time The 47.12 was his best time ever in the 400m during the decathlon, but it was good for fourth place in his heat.

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Gold medal for Yulimar Rojas in the triple jump

Yulimar Rojas (27) from Venezuela takes the gold medal in the hourInk jump. It didn’t look that way all evening, but her final attempt in 15.08 still gave her the win! And the athlete with a height of 1.92 meters is very happy about it!


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Dutch women qualify for the final of the 4×100 metres

Dutch runners have narrowly qualified for the final of the 4x100m relay at the World Athletics Championships in Budapest. Nketiah Sidhu, Marije van Honensteen, Jamil Samuel, and Tassa Jia He ran to fourth place in his heat in 42.53 seconds.

The top three qualifiers went straight to the final. These were the United States, Ivory Coast and Italy, in the heat of the Netherlands. Two teams were allowed to fill the field for Saturday’s final based on their time and the Netherlands were among them. It took a long time before the results became official.

The women’s relay has already shown itself on the international stage this season. Including winning the 4×100 at the Diamond League in London. The quartet also won the European Championship for national teams in Poland. Lieke Klaver then took Van Hunenstijn’s place.

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Runners were eliminated from the relay after a relay failure

Dutch runners did not reach the final of the 4 x 100 meters relay at the World Athletics Championships in Budapest. Nsikak Ekpo, Temir Burnet, Hensley Paulina, and Rafael Bogo They didn’t even reach the finish line of their series. The switch between first runner Ekpo and second runner Burnet failed completely. Burnett didn’t even put his hands on the stick.

Sprinters trained a lot in preparation for the World Championships, and a lot of attention was always paid to the transition moment. The Dutch team must rely mainly on passing the baton smoothly to be fast. “I don’t know why it went wrong and what went wrong,” a somewhat upset Burnett said after the botched performance. “we will You need to review the video images Find it outside. We trained a lot together and wanted to show something, but playing it safe in the relay is not an option. Things can go wrong and that’s “part of the game”. “


Italy qualified for the final as fastest with a time of 37.65. The sprint quartet from the United States, where 100m world champion Noah Lyles survived, scored second time with a time of 37.67 seconds.

Pogo and Burnett also competed individually at the World Championships. Pogo failed in the 100m semi-final, and Burnett did not qualify for the 200m semi-final.

The Dutch relay men won Once a World Cup medalist. Patrick Van Balkom, Timothy Peck, Caimin Douglas and Troy Douglas won bronze in Paris in 2003.

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08-25-2023

Settings 4×100

As mentioned, that’s the turn of the relay teams tonight. The formations of men and women are known:

men:
NSikak Ekpo, Temir Burnet, Hensley Paulina W Rafael Bogo
slim:
Nketiah Sidhu, Mariege van Honenstein, Jamil Samuel W Tassa Jia

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Evening session

The World Cup continues tonight in Budapest. At 6.30pm, Rick Tam starts the high jump. The relay teams (4 x 100 m) also begin the qualifiers.

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The afternoon program concluded

The afternoon decathlon program ends with the shot put event. After three events (100 metres, long jump and shot put), Rick Tam is in 14th place with 2565 points.

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Fire mode

Rick Tam broke his own personal record in the shot put. Decathlon came to 14.89 metres. He succeeded on his second attempt 14.75 metres. His last punch was nullified. Which made him fifth in his group and eleventh in the final ranking for this part.

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Sixteenth in the long jump

Rick Tam eventually placed 18th in the long jump at the decathlon. He jumped to 7.11 metres. This gives him 840 points. Tam stands with 1782 points In sixteenth place.

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Rick Tam in the long jump

The second part of the day is food movement: the long jump. His first jump was declared invalid.

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Rick Tam at a distance of 100 metres

Rick Tam placed third in the 100 meter dash at the decathlon. Thus, he obtained 942 points. His time: 10.64 seconds, The ninth fastest time ever.

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Rick Tam

It starts in about an hour Rick Tam In the decathlon in his first event of the day: 100 metres.

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Good morning and welcome to the live blog for Day 7 of the IAAF World Championships in Budapest. that it after a day The golden race for Femke Bull, the new world champion in the 400 meters hurdles.

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