Women French athletes recorded good results at the meeting of Nancy
Fans of athletics and online betting in this discipline attended a beautiful rally competition at Nancy. On Wednesday evening, Floria Guei won the 400 meters in 51 "09. She broke her own record with two tenths less than the reference clock (51" 27) established on June 6 in Marseille. This new personal record classes her as the second performer behind the legendary French Marie-Jose Perec and her 48 "25. Sports betting enthusiasts will find Guei on the Beijing track after having assured the minimum for the World championship of Marseille. Marie Gayot ended at the third place of this meeting of Nancy and reached also the wake minimum for the Beijing World championship with a time of 51 "39.
In the 100 m hurdles, the ruling by French runners was also remarkable. Cindy Billaud won easily before Gomis (13 "15) and Decaux (13" 24), but remains at a tenth of the minimum for Beijing. Indeed, the French realized 12 "94 which is a far from her performance in Rome on June 4 (12" 85). The Ivorian Marie-Josée Talou won the 100 m in 11''23 just ahead of Pohrebnyak (11 "28) and Horn (11" 30). In the 800 m, the Cuban Rose Mary Almanza dominated the race by finishing the two laps in 1'58 "99. Klocova and Habitan completed the podium with a respective time of 2'00" 40 and 2'01 "27. In the men category, the French Dimitri Bascou failed to do better than the 2nd place (13 "41) just behind the Cuban Yordan O'Farrill (13'23).
Tuesday, 07 July 2015
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