A Diamond League,’S main competitive round World Athletics, Returned this Saturday after a break caused by the controversy over the Olympic Games in Tokyo-2020. Traditional Prefontaine Classic, Stage Eugene, Held at the Howard Field Stadium at the University of Oregon in the United States, where the 2022 World Cup will be played.
Two weeks after finishing fourth in shot put in Tokyo, Darlon Romani competed again to start the Olympic cycle towards Paris-2024. This Saturday, the Brazilians gave up the torture of the last Olympics and ended the controversy in second place.
Darlan received the runner-up after reaching Romani 21.44 meters, Best Brand of the Year. In the final, Brazilian American Olympic medalist Ryan Cruiser (gold) John Covax (Friday). Kraser, in 22.41 meters, took first place, while Kovaks, who burned the final throw, took third place.
As a result, the Brazilians advanced in the Diamond League and left the tormentors of past Olympics like New Zealand’s Kovacs and Tom Walsh who finished the stage in Tokyo. Darlon Romani is the only Brazilian player to represent the country this Saturday for the tournament.
The Brazilian is now traveling to Europe and competing in two stages of the Diamond League – Lucerne, Switzerland, next Thursday, and Zurich, Swiss soil, on September 9 – and meeting in Sorso, Poland on September 4.
After leaving the Tokyo Olympics with an Olympic record and three gold medals in the 100 and 200 meters, in addition to the women’s 4×100 meters, Jamaica’s Elaine Thompson-Hera returned to low flying in Eugene this Saturday. The 29-year-old athlete reached 10s54 in the 100 meters, breaking her personal record and regaining the status of the fastest woman in the world.
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