Championnats européens 2022 : coup double en 110 mètres haies, du bronze pour Pontvianne… Ce qu’il faut retenir de la septième journée

Championnats européens 2022 : coup double en 110 mètres haies, du bronze pour Pontvianne... Ce qu'il faut retenir de la septième journée

The French delegation won three more medals at these European Championships in Munich on Wednesday August 17, bringing the total to 38 (10 gold, 12 silver, 16 bronze). Over 110m hurdles, Pascal Martinot-Lagarde and Just Kwaou-Mathey won silver and bronze. Jean-Marc Pontvianne won his first international medal thanks to his third place in the triple jump.

110m hurdles: Martinot-Lagarde close to goal, surprise by Kwaou-Mathey

Everything was played to the thousandth. Defending champion Pascal Martinot-Lagarde was beaten by Spaniard Asier Martínez in the 110m hurdles final. The frustration is great, but “PML” still took home a twelfth international medal, with this silver charm. Right behind him, Just Kwaou-Mathey won a bronze medal that seemed like a confirmation. At 13:33, the young hurdler was nineteen thousandths behind the Spanish winner, while Sasha Zhoya, third-placed Frenchman, fell at the last fence and had to settle for eighth and last place.


Triple jump: Jean-Marc Pontvianne awarded

Jean-Marc Pontviane’s first international charm. A third attempt at 16m94 (-0.5m/s) was enough for him to take third place in the competition, biting each of his other five attempts. The Frenchman is in third place, behind the untouchable Pedro Pichardo (17m50), current Olympic champion, and the Italian Andrea Dallavalle. The other French driver, Enzo Hodebar, finished seventh.

A strange scene also occurred during the event, when Sweden’s Jesper Hellström opted to make the gallery laugh as he realized that one of his attempts would not get him very far.

Pole vault: the French gain experience

She had invited herself to the best European pole vaulters by exploiting her record in Nantua (4m52). July-Marie Bonnin, 20, continues to make rapid progress. Surrounded Ninon Chapelle, back from maternity and eliminated in the classification, and of Margot Chevrier, World Cup finalisteugenioBordeaux was playing her first international competition in the big leagues.

And it is she who did the best performance tricolor this Wednesday, passing the 4m55 bar on his second attempt: nNew personal record in your pocket. The pole vaulter failed at 4m65, after two attempts not far from passing at this point.

Munich 2022 / pole vault (F): a final that touches the heights!

The podium was played higher. the freak wilma died (4m85) dethroned the Greek catherine Stefani, five times European champion, after a very tough competition. The Slovenian Tina Sutej completes the podium. On her part, he nice Margot Chevrier tripped over the 4m55 bar, far from his record of 4m70, achieved in June. She he finished tenth in the competition.

Hammer throw: disappointment for Alexandra Tavernier

Absent the world record holder Anita Wlodarczyk, the opportunity was good for Alexandra Tavernier. But, the Frenchwoman placed twelfth and last in the hammer throw final. With a best throw at 66.60m, she failed to break into the top eight to get three more tries.

Annoying, especially since the medal was “super affordable, more than any competition”, for the admission of the interested party in the mixed zone. The new European champion, Bianca Ghelber, effectively won with a throw of 72.72m. That’s three meters short of Tavernier’s personal best…

Cycling: Audrey Cordon-Ragot at the foot of the podium, Stefan Bissegger titled

No tricolor medal either in road cycling, time trial, neither for men nor for women. Audrey Cordon-Ragot failed 26 seconds from the bronze medal and finished a distant fourth The Swiss Marlen Reusser (30’59”), who retained her title. For her part, Juliette Labous, who started very strong, paid off in the final kilometers and finished sixth (+1’02”).

The French covered the 24 km of the time trial in 31:53, placing fourth in the final.  Event won by the Swiss Marlen Reusser in 30:59.  Despite this position at the foot of the podium, Audrey Cordon Ragot looks ahead to Sunday's race and is optimistic.

in men, the swiss Stefan Bissegger prevailed in the time trial, with only three tenths of an advantage over his compatriot Stefan Küng, but a double starter. “Only” third (9″ behind Bissegger), the two-time world champion Filippo Ganna settled for bronze. Two Frenchmen entered. Kévin Vauquelin finished in a satisfactory seventh place, 1’12”, and Anthony Roux a little further on, 21st at 2 ’06”.


#Championnats #européens #coup #double #mètres #haies #bronze #pour #Pontvianne.. #quil #faut #retenir #septième #journée

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.