Diamond League Champions 2019 - Field - Wanda Diamond League.

OTHER RESULTS FROM 2019 DIAMOND LEAGUE IN BRUSSELS. The rest of the results are below: Women's discus - Yaime Perez (Cuba) Women's long jump - Malaika Mihambo (Germany) Women's pole vault - Katerina Stefanidi (Greece) Women's high jump - Mariya Lasitskene (ANA) Men's discus - Daniel Stahl (Sweden) Men's 3000m steeplechase - Getnet Wale (Ethiopia).

Pos Name Country Result 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th; 1: TAYLOR Christian: USA: 17.76m: 17.09m (0.9) 16.96m (0.4) 17.46m (1.2) PASS: 17.38m (1.3) 17.76m (0.8) 2: CLAYE.

Ultimate Garden Clash returns with women's pole vault.

The women's competition marks the participation of Rabab Arrafi, who is expected to compete in a race counting for the diamond league circuit. Arafi will certainly inflame the stands of Prince Moulay Abdellah sports complex. The Moroccan athlete is all the more expected after she recorded the best world performance of the year at the Shanghai meeting on May 18, 2nd stage of the Diamond League.Rabat Diamond League: Clash of the Titans in Women’s Pole Vault The fans of technical events will be very well served in Rabat at the Mohammed VI International Athletics Meeting. With Women’s Pole Vault taking. Read more 20 May, 2019 Rabat: Manyonga and Echevarria set for long jump showdown The sixth stop on the Road to the Final promises a mouth-watering clash of the titans in the long.Nikoleta Kyriakopoulou's women's pole vault world lead also equalled the Diamond League record of 4.83 m (15 ft 10 in) and improved her Greek record. Eunice Sum (800 m), Orlando Ortega (110 m hurdles) and Silas Kiplagat (1500 m) were the others to set world leads.


Swedish teenage pole vaulting prodigy Armand Duplantis will go for the Diamond League trophy at Friday's Diamond League meet in Brussels knowing full well he might not be able to pocket the.South Africa's Caster Semenya sets a national record to claim victory in the women's 1500m at the first Diamond League event of the year.

Pole vault world record holder Renaud Lavillenie demonstrated he is returning to his awesome best as he won at the Shanghai International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Diamond League.

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On August 30, American pole vaulter Sandi Morris finished in second place in the women's pole vault competition at the IAAF Diamond League in Zurich. She also got engaged.

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There is also an exceptional line-up in the women’s high jump with the presence of the world’s 4 best specialists in the discipline. Specifically, the Russian, Mariya Lasitskene, who has dominated the discipline for the last 5 years. She will be up against the young and promising American, Vashti Cunningham, whom at just 21 years of age is currently leading the 2019 standings.

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Greece’s Katerina Stefanidi on Sunday won yet another pole vault competition, her 12th consecutive one, at the Birmingham Grand Prix Diamond League meeting.

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In Brussels that year, she became the first (and still the only) athlete to clear the five-metre mark at a Diamond League meeting, marking the second highest jump in the history of the women's pole vault. Along with her gold medal triumph at the World Indoor Championships last year, that evening remains the highlight of Morris' career so far.

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Sky Scholar Holly Bradshaw dazzled on the prestigious Diamond League stage on Wednesday night by winning the women's pole vault in fine style.

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Monaco 2019: Women's Triple Jump - Results Monaco 2019: Women's Triple Jump- Compact Athletes' Bios (PDF) Monaco 2019: Women's Triple Jump- Full Athletes' Bios (PDF).

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The women’s triple jump, shot put, pole vault, 400m hurdles, 100m, javelin, 800m and 5000m are featured in China alongside the men’s discus, high jump, 1500m, long jump, 400m, 3000m steeplechase, 200m and 110m hurdles. In recent years Asia’s only IAAF Diamond League meeting has provided an early glimpse of the contenders for the Diamond Trophy, with Justin Gatlin, Pascal Martinot-Lagarde.

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World silver medallist Mondo Duplantis narrowly missed setting a world record but still cleared a season leading 6.00 metres to win the pole vault at the World Athletics Indoor Tour meeting in.

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The pole vault battle goes beyond the clash between Stefanidi and Morris and is extended to other possible contenders like reigning European Indoor champion Anzhelika Sidorova, Beijing 2015 world champion Yarisley Silva, who is the training partner of Malavisi. The other athletes to watch out are Great Britain’s Holly Bradshaw, Greece’s Nikoleta Kiriakopoulou, France’s Ninon Guillon.

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