Cali 22 World U20 Championships Day 4 Japanese Outcomes

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Atsushi Haraguchi was the one Japanese athlete in motion in a remaining on day 4 of the Cali 2022 World U20 Championships, taking seventh within the males’s pole vault remaining. Haraguchi solely made one profitable clearance, passing on 4.90 m and 5.05 m earlier than making 5.15 m on his second try. Passing once more on 5.25 m, he took three pictures at 5.35 m. Success there would have tied his PB, however Haraguchi missed all three to finish up seventh. Anthony Ammirati of France took gold with a 5.75 m clearance, Finland’s Juho Alasaari in silver with a 5.60 m U20 NR and Poland’s Michal Gawenda bronze at 5.45 m.

In qualifying rounds, the lads’s 4×100 m workforce of Koki Ikeshita, Hiroto Fujiwara, Shunki Tateno and Hiroki Yanagita led the qualifiers with a season finest 39.12, the one workforce to attain an auto-qualifying time. Jamaica was subsequent at 39.24 and Nigeria Third at 39.41. Tateno gave the impression to be in fine condition after a DNS in yesterday’s 200 m heats, with Yanagita handing over a stable anchor leg run. Hopes are excessive for a medal in tomorrow’s remaining, Japan’s first on the championships except one among its race walkers will get there first within the Saturday morning session.

Within the ladies’s 1500 m, 16-year-old Yuya Sawada turned in one of many largest performances by a Japanese athlete to date in Cali, operating a PB 4:15.29 to make the ultimate with the Third-fastest time within the area. Sawada’s time was the 2nd-fastest ever by a Japanese U18 athlete and moved her as much as #4 on the highschool all-time record and #7 on the U20 record. Any enchancment on that within the remaining would put her in vary of one thing historic. Teammate Azumi Nagira was unable to affix her within the remaining, seventh in Warmth 2 in 4:27.81.

Kento Inoue and Ryusei Nakamura made the ultimate within the males’s javelin throw, Inoue seventh among the many qualifiers with a 69.84 m throw and Nakamura simply squeezing in because the final qualifier at 68.88 m. On the different finish of the spectrum, neither man within the 800 m made it out of the heats, Shuta Azuma sixth in Warmth 3 in 1:50.22 and Kizuku Ushiroda sixth in Warmth 1 in 1:51.16.

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