Spanish Francisco Javier Abbot

The Spanish Rubn Palomeque finished ninth and last one with a mark of 8:54.60. The Spanish Francisco Javier Abbot made his better mark personal in 1.500, race in which was seventh with 3:35.55 and in which prevailed the Kenyan Nixon Kiplimo Chepseba with 3:30.94, new record of the meeting and better personal registry. The Carmelite American Jeter, present world-wide champion of 100 meters, prevailed in the hectometer of Zagreb with eleven second right ones, to thirty hundredth of the best mark of the year, that she herself settled down the past in Eugene (the United States) 4 of June. Jeter, that in Daegu also hung the silver in 200 meters and gold in the relief 4×100, won in front of the Jamaican Schillone Calvert (11.13) – that soon prevailed in the 200 with 22,55-, and the Bulgarian Ivet Lalova, finalist in the World-wide ones and that finished third in 11.33. Champion of world Sally Pearson, that in Daegu I sign a spectacular end in which she won with a mark of 12,28, prevailed also Zagreb with 12.68 today. The Australian follows unstoppable, since one week ago also the triumph in Zruch scored, with 12.52. The Olympic champion and third in Daegu, the American Dawn Harper, finished second in 12.81. Chicherova, very high the Russian Ana Chicherova beat again in the high jump, since it already did in Daegu, to the great local attraction, the Croatian Blanka Vlasic.

Both surpassed the ribbon in the 2.00 meters, but it prevailed first by to have done a null one less than his rival. In addition, tayiko Dilshod Nazarov won in hammer (80,30), the Hungarian Zoltan Kovago in disc (64,91) and the Russian Aleksandr Menkov (8,18) in length, test in which the Cuban Wilfredo Martinez did four null ones. The American Reese Hoffa dominated the shot put with a better shot of 21,73. The American Maggie Vessey won in the 800 meters with 1:58.64. Second the Cuban Yunesy Santiusty (1 finished: 58.70). And in length the Russian Olga Zaytseva with a jump of 6,73 won. ation. Source of the news: Volt wins with 9,85 its first hectometer after the fiasco of Daegu