The Barshim catari continues to the Diamond in Oslo
Catamaran Mutaz Essa Barshim became the main protagonist of the Bislett Games of Oslo. After chaining his third consecutive victory of the course in the Diamond League to impose itself this Thursday in the test of high jump with an attempt of 2 38 meters best world record of the year.
Especially gray was the Canadian Derek Drouin, champion at the Rio Games, who today could not pass a discrete 2.25 meters in the Norwegian capital.
A mark that responds to the atypical winter preparation made by the Canadian, who like the He acknowledged until a couple of weeks ago” has devoted his attention to working the decathlon. And is that the catari jumper, who resigned to jump about 2.40, showed that he keeps a few centimeters more than 2.38 meters, which confirmed him as the undisputed world leader of the course.
In addition, reserving Caster Semenya was shown, who like Barshim obtained its third triumph of the course in the Diamond League. After beating itself with a time of 1.57.59 in a test of 800 meters, in which the South African prevailed how.
When the presence of the Burundian Francine Niyonsaba and the Kenyan Margaret Wambui, the two athletes who escorted her on the podium in Rio, seemed to motivate Semenya, who overcame almost a second higher than she Same established last May in Doha -1: 56.61- as the best world record of the year.
Semenya does not seem willing to spend a gram of more effort than necessary before the World Cup in London. A date that also guides the entire preparation of the Cuban Yarisley Silva who this Thursday showed again that he has perfectly planned his On finishing third in Doha.
Second, in Rome, Silva, the current world champion, rose today in Oslo with his first victory of the season in the Diamond League with a mark of 4.81 meters. The Better record of the course of the Cuban, which week by week improves its set-up.
Perhaps a somewhat slow evolution in the case of the Canadian Andre de Grasse, bronze in the last Games of Rio, who signed in the Norwegian capital his best mark of the course. Peer went to the Frenchman Jimmy Vicaut, who started the test with the best mark of all the participants.
That had to finish crossing the finish line, after suffering a prick in the hamstrings. Meanwhile, a former Olympic runner-up was once again far from a 22-second losing streak in the Norwegian capital with a time of 22.31 on Thursday when she was disqualified after an Output null.http://www.sportseducationexpo.com/barshim-catari-continues-diamond-oslo.htmlhttp://www.sportseducationexpo.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/The-Barshim-catari.jpghttp://www.sportseducationexpo.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/The-Barshim-catari-300x300.jpgPlayer Newsbarshim catari