Turkey’s Jak Ali Harvey and France’s Orlann Ombissa-Dzangue obtain the gold medal in 100 m final
During the evening of June 28th different finals of athletics were played in the Campclar Athletics Stadium, in the Mediterranean Ringcategory: Mediterranean Games
During the evening of June 28th different finals of athletics were played in the Campclar Athletics Stadium, in the Mediterranean Ring.
In the 100 m competitions for men’s and women’s categories, the Turkish athlete Jak Ali Harvey and the French athlete Orlann Ombissa-Dzangue have obtained the gold medals. The silver medals have gone to Greece’s Rafailia Spanoudaki-Chatziriga and Turkey’s Emre Zafer Barnes. The Italians athletes Federico Cattaneo and Anna Bongiorni have completed the podium with the bronze medal.
The 400 m competition was also held and Cyprus’ Eleni Artymata and Italy’s Davide Re conquered the first place of the podium. The silver medal went to Italy’s Libania Grenot and Spain’s Lucas Bua, whereas the bronze was conquered by the also Italian athlete Maria Benedicta Chigbolu and, in men’s competition, by France’s Mamoudou-Elimane Hanne.
Besides, the 200 m semi finals also took place in which the Spanish athlete Daniel Rodríguez has finished in second position, behind Turkey’s Ramil Guliyev. Although he has not won the event, the Spanish athlete obtained his personal best (20.59), which has become the 3rd best of a Spanish athlete.
Other disciplines, like women’s 3 000 m hurdles, presented a complete podium with Albania’s Luiza Gega (9:27:73) finishing first and followed by Tunisia’s Habiba Ghribi (9:34:62). The bronze medal went to Slovenia’s Marusa Mismas, with a score of 9:35:57.
In women’s discus throw competition, the Croatian athlete, Sandra Perković, has conquered the gold medal, followed by Portugal’s Liliana Cá, who obtained the silver one and Greece’s Chrysoula Anagnostopoulou with the bronze one.
The pole vault final, modality that has only been played in women’s category, finished with a podium dominated by France’s Ninon Guillon-Romarin. The silver medal went to Slovenia’s Tina Sutej and the bronze’s one went to Greece’s Nikoleta Kyriakopoulou.
During today and tomorrow, the rest of the athletics competitions of the Mediterranean Games Tarragona 2018 will take place in the Campclar Athletics Stadium.