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A Stancev leaps to Nerja gold

A Stancev leapt like never before in Nerja, and she won her first gold medal at an absolute Spanish Championship in height contest.

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A Stancev leaps to Nerja gold

A Stancev leapt like never before in Nerja, and she won her first gold medal at an absolute Spanish Championship in height contest. The host club's native athlete, who is also of Serbian descent, was able to replicate the Andalusian record she had set in San Sebastian two weeks ago. She climbed up to the top of podium with a record of 1.85m. Yesterday's box climb included Dani Rodriguez and Ignacio Fontes, both from Granada. They were also adorned with bronze medals for their 1,500- and 200-meter runs.

Stancev was the first to have the gold between his eyebrows. After several silvers and bronzes, she was first in the national ranking. Although she was already crowned champion of Spain under-16s in 2017 and 2019 and under-18s in 2019, but she still had the absolute level. Jennifer Lartiza Rodriguez from Colombia, who was not competing in the medals competition, encouraged her. She started jumping with the 1.69m bar and was able to exceed that mark without fail. She took the same approach as in San Sebastian and jumped towards her next challenge: 1.87 meters.

The feat was achieved by the Herradurena on her first attempt. She was already too forceful in the second jump, which were almost consecutive. Nora Tobar (San Sebastian) was the defending champion. She had already maintained a 1.83 jump and Izaskun Turkrillas (Grupomleo Paplona) 1.81. Jennifer Laritza Rodriguez continued jumping to attempt a personal record of 1.90 meters, which she failed to achieve. Una Stancev was able to celebrate her absolute title by jumping on the mat with the rest.

He is 19 years old and he has been rewarded for making the difficult decision to go to Madrid in September to train at the Joaquin Blume Residence, which is attached to the High Performance Center. This was when he changed his coach, Ola Carlsson. He has improved his personal record by two inches.

They endured three extremely competitive races with high levels, Dani Rodriguez and Ignacio Fontes in the 1,500 meter dash, and Dani Rodriguez respectively in the 200 meter dash, with times of 3 minutes 35.94 and 20.72. Fontes gave Gonzalo Garcia command at the start a fast race. Mohamed Katir was at the tail, while Adel Mechaal was slightly ahead of him after their fight in the 5,000. Jesus Montiel's student and Nike team player from Granada ran outside all the time to plan his attack or chase if he was touched. This is what happened when, at the halfway point of race, Mechaal, Katir, and Katir decided that they would throw themselves into an open pit with many more meters to go. In front of. None seemed to have Mario Garcia Romo. This was a surprise in Spain, after his years of university in the United States. Fontes was able to withstand Mechaal's slap and was reborn with caste. He even fought for gold until the end. Fontes finished 42 hundredths ahead of Garcia Romo and 33 hundredsths behind Katir. Mechaal was fourth in 3:36.60. The 1,500m final was the fastest in Spanish Championship history, with three middle distance runners finishing under 3:35.

Bruno Hortelano had to withdraw from the 200 due to injury. Dani Rodriguez started in the fifth lane. He was right between his main rivals Pol Retamal (Barcelona), and Jesus Gomez(Nerja). After 180 meters, "Prodigious" said Manolo Jimenez. The cule first and Nerjeno, who ran 20.28 and 20.66 respectively, were his closest competitors. The 20.71 time of the sprinter from Playas de Castellon, who ran 20.94 in morning's semifinal, was also impressive. Perhaps with favorable winds, he could have beat his best outdoor time of 20.59.

Nora Suarez, Granada's native, won a silver medal with the University of Leon in the 4x400-long relay. She was the first to post her team, and she helped to achieve second place with a time of 3:38.45, just behind Barcelona's 3:37.39. This race was the final in the absolute Spanish Championships in Nerja. Nora Suarez was previously trained by Jesus Montiel and finished a solid role. She had been fifth in the final of 400 meter hurdles with a personal record of 58.41. She was 52 hundredths away from the bronze. She entered for the 200-meter dash but decided to not lap.

The relays were not a success for the rest of Granada. Arian Tellez, Dani Rodriguez, and Dani Rodriguez were second and third respectively in Playas de Castellon's 4x100. However, they finished fourth on the podium with a mark 40.45 for Nerja's 39.88 winner. This was despite Casanueva having placed Patrick Chinedu in a strong position, which was later overtaken eventually by three competitors. Barcelona was unable to form a team to compete in this final. Pablo Montalvo, from Cadiz, had won bronze in the 100 yesterday, and had already beaten two sprinters. Sonia Molina, who was a member of the 'Strong, fast' nucleus coordinated Manolo Jimenez could not return to the Alcampo Scorpio 70 and finished with a record of 47.06, in the victory over Playas with 44.04.

One of the most impressive results in Nerja was Jordan Diaz (Barcelona), who broke the absolute Spain and under-23 records in triple jumping with 17.87. This was his first attempt at becoming the world leader of year. He was born in Havana 21-years ago and obtained Spanish citizenship last February. Although he is a Granada native, Isidro (Nerja), won the bronze medal in the pole vault with a mark 5.35 meters. This was in the title of Didac Sals (Barcelona), with 5.35.

Yesterday, Ignacio Fontes guaranteed his participation at the World Cup in Eugene (United States), in July, and the European Championship in Munich (Germany), in August. He will be joining three Spaniards at each appointment. Although he had already achieved the minimum marks, he assured that he would attend with his third place. This was despite Mario Garcia Romo's surprise declaration that he was the champion and getting a ticket to Munich. Adel Mechaal, who had been fourth in the 1,500-meter dash, will now be the one not to run it.

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