Polish women were by no means included among the candidates for the world’s most important junior competitions. Well, she was one of the youngest players on average, with as many as seven rivals born in 2003. The Polish woman turned 18 recently, so she will be young as well next season. She entered the competition in Cali with a life record of 15.68m – created a month earlier in Radom. And soon it turned out that she had made a great model in Cali. She really did hit the ball, and today she pushed the ball four times more than her best result to date.
However, he started with an average score of 15.03m, but already On the second try, it improved by more than a meter – to 16.04. She jumped to second place, and the last chance after two burning attempts was one of the candidates, Turkey’s Pinar Akyol. However, she fined her nerves and achieved up to 16.76 metres, the same gold medal won by the defender a year ago in Nairobi Maine de Klerk of South Africa. The latter, in turn, in the third series improved to 17.17 m, and these results were still beyond the reach of the Polish woman. Meanwhile, Malana was still pushing brilliantly – in the fifth series she improved her best by another two centimeters (16.06 m). There was a fierce battle behind it, and the rivals didn’t lose much, but Neither of them succeeded in transferring MLKL Płock . player. Poland was 76 cm from the second Turkish woman, while Malik Nasrdinov, eighth in the field, lost only 33 cm to her.
This is Poland’s first medal in the history of the U-20 World Championships, and at the same time Poland’s first medal in the Columbia Championship!
Tuesday’s second Polish medal opportunity was to perform the 4x400m mixed relay race. Right before the final, it turns out that Cornelia Lesevich has an injuryThat was supposed to work in the last shift. She was replaced by Martina Truchulipsa. Poland started on the worst first track and, unfortunately, was right from the start well behind the leaders. Remigiusz Zazula passed the baton to Aleksandra Wołczak in seventh, but the pole ran well and was two places ahead. Even before the latest change, our relay did not lose much to Jamaica and Great Britain – however, Truchulipsa was unable to maintain close contact with his rivals to attack the final in a row. So he ended up in fifth place. The Americans won the gold, after a brilliant finish they defeated the Indian relay race.
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