Cali 22 World U20 Championships Day 1 Japanese Outcomes

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The Cali 22 World U20 Championships received underway Monday, with Japan fielding a workforce of 34. There are eight present U20 Japanese ladies underneath 9:10 for 3000 m, however regardless that that distance has been an space of energy in previous World U20 Championships Japan was surprisingly absent from the primary observe remaining of the meet. Gold went to Kenyan Betty Chelangat in 9:01.03, Ethiopian Tsiyon Abebe taking silver in 9:03.85 and Kenyan Nancy Cherop bronze in 9:05.98.

U20 and highschool NR holder Keita Sato ran the day’s different remaining, the boys’s 5000 m. Ranked sixth within the discipline on SB, Sato spent the primary 2/3 of the race hovering round eighth to tenth earlier than abruptly fading after 3600 m and ending eleventh in 14:26.19. Excessive schooler Hiroto Yoshioka made a giant play to get into contact with the lead group proper earlier than Sato dropped and held on for seventh in 14:10.68, the one athlete born outdoors Africa to make the highest 10.

Ethiopia took gold right here with Addisu Yihune outkicking Eritreans Merhawi Mebrahtu and Habtom Samuel by lower than a second for the win in 14:03.05. Proper there with them within the final 100 m, Kenyan Samuel Kibathi started to pitch ahead as he ran down the straight, then collapsed face down simply meters from the end. Kibathi rapidly recovered and received again as much as take sixth in 14:07.82, but it surely was an uncommon second for an extended distance race which will have proven the consequences of Cali’s reasonable elevation.

In qualification rounds, Momoko Tsuji and Aoi Murakami rode the momentum of Haruka Kitaguchi‘s ladies’s javelin throw bronze medal final week in Oregon, each making the javelin remaining in Cali. Tsuji cleared the 54.50 m auto-qualifying mark with a second try of 56.07 m that put her in 2nd total amongst qualifiers. Murakami’s second try of 52.38 m put her within the prime 12 and on to the ultimate ranked eighth.

Each males within the 100 m heats made the semi-finals, Oregon 4×100 m workforce member Hiroki Yanagita 2nd in his warmth and 4th-fastest total in 10.24 +0.8 and Hiroto Fujiwara 4th in his warmth in 10.41 +1.7. No such luck within the 110 m hurdles, with neither Tatsuki Abe nor Ryona Manago happening to the semis.

The lone Japanese entrant within the males’s 1500 m, Junpei Maseda was 5 seconds off his greatest at 3:52.25, however with slowest qualifier Kevin Kamenschak of Austria operating 3:46.60 it might have taken a PB for Maseda to make the subsequent spherical. Gai Kitagawa was nearer within the males’s lengthy leap, the highest non-qualifier at 7.54 m simply 3 cm behind Swiss qualifier Cyrill Kernbach. Nozomi Watanabe jumped solely 7.32 m and didn’t go on.

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