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Tokyo 2020: Bianca Partha Kerry and Matti Kuroknai withdrew too

Two Hungarian athletes also started on the first day of Olympic athletics competition on Friday morning, Bianca Partha Kiri in the women’s 800m and Maté Koroknai in the men’s 400m hurdles during the preliminary rounds.

Bertha Kerry (left) did not advance (Image: AFP)

The first Hungarian athlete from the first day of the Olympic athletics competition Partha Kerry Bianca (SVSE) was third in the women’s 800m. He finished seventh in his race with 2:02.82 and didn’t go on with that. Across the field, two ran in the space of two minutes, Jamaica’s Natoya Jules (1:59.83) and Gemma Rickey of Britain (1:59.97).

In terms of racing, it should be noted that due to the 2018 IAAF Testosterone Regulation, the trio on the 2016 Olympic podiums in South Africa, Caster Semenya in South Africa, Francine Nyonsaba in Burundi and Margaret Wamboy in Kenya, they are not there .

Mate Kuroknai (DSC-SI) He ran his first extremely strong men’s 400m hurdles, along with Abdulrahman Samba of Qatar and Alison dos Santos of Brazil, who also placed first overall. Even though he didn’t make it to the finish line at the end, did he run again in fifty seconds? Close to tenth, he reached his singles peak at 49.80.

One of the biggest surprises on day one was that Ukrainian Andrei Prosenko did not reach the men’s high jump final after defeating the 225cm in qualifying for the third time, despite being part of the tight elite twelve. The world is 240 inches tall, though seven years have passed.

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The men’s discus throw qualifier also had an unexpected result, with Jamaican Federic Dacres scoring just 62.91, not making the final by less than two inches. It is certainly a surprise that he qualified for the Tokyo Olympics with a score of over seventy metres.

The women’s 100m cross-country preliminaries took place as two-time European champion and world silver champion Daphne Schippers slipped back in Luxor, focusing more on the main 200m, where only Olympic gold is missing. her group.

Already on the first day at 100 metres, Marie-José Ta Lou of Côte d’Ivoire was spinning, and took the new Africa top of 10.78, no one had ever run so fast in the Olympic qualifying. The top two, Elaine Thompson-Herrah, finished off with a 10.82 and Shelley-Ann Fraser-Pryce of Jamaica, who was stunningly restrained in the final meters, also got a 10.84.

Today, we can support weightlifter Marton Anita in qualifying that begins at 12.25, and only one final will be held on Friday, the men’s 10,000m flat.

Results, athletics
men. Dam 400m, preliminary runs:
1. Abderrahmane Samba (Qatar) 48.38, 2. Alison dos Santos (Brazil) 48.42, 3. Gahel Hyde (Jamaica) 48.54, … 26. Mate Koroknai (Hungary) 49.80 (no more). woman. 800m, qualifying: 1. Natoya Jules (Jamaica) 1: 59.83, 2. Jemma Rickey (Great Britain) 1: 59.97, 3. Aji Wilson (US) 2: 00.02, … 33. Partha-Keri Bianca (Hungary) 2: 02.82 (did not advance)

The source of the videos is Eurosport.