Success at ME U23! The Jušťál and Drahotová pedestrian have silver

The Czech team today won two silver medals at the 23-year-old European athlete’s championship in Tallinn. They took care of them the remote Radek Juška and the pedestrian Anežka Drahotová in the race for 20 km. Juice jumped eight meters and defeated only by German Fabian Heinle (815). Drahotová lost for eight seconds to Russian Maria Ponomarjova.

Twenty-two-year-old Juška made her longest attempt in the second series. The silver medalist from this year’s Hall ME in Prague has not been able to improve even though he has attacked the three-eight-meter limit.In the fifth attempt, Heinle pushed him out of the first position.

“The season was a little shaken, it came to me a bit, so I’m very happy,” said Juška, who at 815 inches in Innsbruck jumped, Tormented. Today, he was in the open air for the second time in his career for eight meters. “But I had a little worry about the medal,” he admitted.

The nineteen-year-old junior world champion and Europe in the 10 km distance walked Drahotová from the start at the forefront of the race and in the last quarter from the rest of the starting The field with Ponomarjov departed.At the end of the game, she did not get to Russia but she added another valuable metal to her bronze collection from last year’s Zurich ME.

Jan Jirka in the 200m start at the 20.78 second in the semi-final Like Lucie Taclíková running 400 meters of obstacles. Already in the race for the medal in the race for 100 meters obstruction was Lucie Koudelkova, who took 13,26 to finish the finals of seventh place.

Finale:

100 m (wind 0.0 m / s): 1: Galbieri (It.) 10.33, 2. Dimitrov (Bul.) 10.34 , 3. Anouman (Fr.) 10.39,

1. Heinle (Germany) 814, 2. Juška (Czech Republic) 800, 3. Chorava (Georgia) 797, >

disc: 1. Firfirica (Belgium) 60.64, 2.Practicek (Pol.) 58.96, 3. Szikaszai (Hungary) 58.82,

Hammer: 1. Miller (Brit.) 74.46, , 3. Pásztor (Hungary) 74,06,

20 km of walking: 1. Markov (Rus.) 1:23:49, 2. Martin (Šp.) 1:24:51, 3

Women:

100 m (-0.2 m / s): 1. Haase 11.87, 2. Burghardt (both Germans) 11.54, 3. Akakp (Fr.) 11.55,

10.000 m: 1. Vastenburg (Niz.) 32: 2. Auckland 32: 22.79, Wright (both Brit.) 32: 46.57, 1. Bengtsson 455, 2. Meijer (both Swedes) 450, 3. Demiděnková .) 435,

triple jump: 1. Dzindzaletaite (Lit.) 14.23, 2. Panturoium (Rum.) 14.13, 3. Ptaškinová (Ukr.

sedmiboj: 1. Krizsánová (Maď.) 6303, 2.(Russia) 6055, 3. Dadicova (Rak.) 6033,

20 km of walking: 1. Ponomarjovova 1:27:17 A. Drahotová 1:

Men: >

200 m: 1. Zalewski (Pol.) 20.46, 2. Jirka 20.78 – jumped to the semifinals, 25. Thick (both CR)

110 m: 1. King (Brit.) 13.74,…9. Sedlák (Czech Republic) 14,09 – did not,

400 m premiere: 1. Dobek (Pol.) 49,83,…16.

Women

100 m: 1. Zbärenová (Švýc.) 13,00, ..5. Koudelová 13,52 – moved to the semifinals, 25. Hlavatá (both Czech Republic) 14,25 – not standing,

400 m premiere: 1. Richards (Brit.) 57,40,…13.Taclíková (Czech Republic) 59,03 – moved to the semifinal.

Semifinal:

> 100 m: 1. Zbärenová 12,88,…9. Koudel 13,26 – did not finish the final.