The blue morning, in addition to the record in the Osakue disc, offers three promotions among the best 24. Luminosa is 12 “93 in the 100, Linda and Yadis 55” 54 (equal staff) and 55 “57 (seasonal) in the 400
Not only Daisy Osakue’s record-breaking record: the blue balance of the morning of the second day of competition is also positive. There are three promoted (all hurdlers) to the semifinals to twenty-four. Mission accomplished for Luminosa Bogliolo in the 100 and for Linda Olivieri and Yadis Pedroso in the 400.
The Ligurian, in the second of six heats (the first three pass plus six fished out) is third in 12 “93 (+0.4 m / s): she has a somewhat uncertain exit from the blocks, but then she finds the right rhythm between the barriers and remains almost on the shoulders of the best. In front of the American Kendra Harrison (12 ”74), among the favorites for the title, and the Australian Liz Clay (12” 87) are impregnable. But the policewoman still hits the direct qualification with merit – and with the sixteenth time of the day. Nothing to do, however, for Elisa Di Lazzaro: the Trieste is fifth in her battery with 13 ”08 (-1.1) and, twenty-seventh, eliminated. The best of the lot is Puerto Rican Jasmine Camacho-Quinn with a sumptuous 12 ”41 (+0.3).
Olivieri and Pedroso
Linda Olivieri and Yadis Pedroso had previously arrived where Bogliolo arrives: in the semifinal. The Novara, fourth in her own battery, with direct access and the recent equal staff (55 ”54), after a somewhat muted first part of the race and a pyrotechnic final. The Salerno from Cuba, fifth with 55 ”57 (seasonal record), is the first of the recovered. For the two there are respectively the 17th and 19th time trials of the session. Eleonora Marchiando, on the other hand, is postponed: she messes up on the third barrier, struggles to find herself and finishes (fifth) in 56 ”82, doing no better than the thirtieth overall performance. Here, at the top, is the American Dalilah Muhammad with 53 ”97. But the Dutch Femke Bol (54 ”43) and above all the compatriot Syndey McLaughlin (54” 65) are lurking.
Among the eliminated Claudio Stecchi in the auction (three void at the entry measure of 5.30): eleven athletes at 5.75 (Mondo Duplantis and Renaud Lavillenie included) and three rescued at 5.65. Finally, the Kenyan Ferguson Rotich does not spare himself in the batteries of the 800s: 1’43 ”75. Never, in the first round of a global review, had it gone so fast.
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