‘Pride of Europe’ Asher-Smith sets British record for women’s 60m… 7 sec04

Dina Asher-Smith (28) set a new British record in the women’s 60m at the ‘Indoor Tour Gold Class Competition’ held for the first time this year.

Asher-Smith was the first to cross the finish line with 7 seconds 04 in the 2023 World Athletics Federation Indoor Tour Gold Class Women’s 60m final held in Karlsruhe, Germany on the 28th (Korean time).

7.04 seconds is a new British record, 0.02 seconds earlier than 7.06 set by Asha Phillip (33) in 2017. If you broaden your gaze to Europe, it is a tie for ninth place.

Iwa Swerboda (26, Poland), who holds the European record of 6.99, took second place with 7.09, and Muzinga Kambunji (31, Switzerland), who holds the European record of 6.96, tied for second place, finished in 7.09 seconds. 11 and placed third.메이저사이트

Asher-Smith said in an interview with the World Association of Athletics Federations, “I’m happy to set the British record. I trained hard in the winter. Two years ago, when I competed in the German indoor competition, I competed without spectators. Today, with the support of the crowd, I have more strength. it happened,” he said.

Asher-Smith is a sprinter called ‘the pride of Europe’.

At the 2019 World Championships in Athletics in Doha, she won the 200 m and finished second in the 100 m, breaking the gap between Jamaica and the United States in the women’s sprint.

At the 2022 Eugene World Championships, despite setting a new British record of 10 seconds 83 in women’s 100 m, ‘Jamaica’s short distance Big 3’ Shelley Anne Fraser-Price (37 10 seconds 67), Rika Jackson (29 10 seconds 73), Elaine Thompson ( 31, 10 seconds 81) and failed to stand on the podium in 4th place.

She won a bronze medal in the 200 m at the Eugene World Championships.

Last year, Asher-Smith stopped playing her indoor games and started her season with outdoor games in April.

This year, she plans to prepare for the World Championships in Budapest in August by improving her physical condition early by competing in real competitions from January.

In the women’s 800m, a thrilling reverse electrode unfolded.

Frauini Hailu (22, Ethiopia) took the lead throughout the race, but Anita Hobart (27, Slovenia) took an out-of-course right before the finish line and overtook Hailu.

Hobart took first place with a time of 2:00.44, and Hai Lu was second with a time of 2:00.46, 0.02 seconds slower.

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