Fraser-Pryce, the fastest in the final of 100 meters - La Provincia

Jamaican athlete Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce was proclaimed this Sunday champion in the test of 100 smooth meters of the Outdoor World Championship, which is being played in Doha (Qatar) and whose third day had two good news for the Spanish athletics with the classification of Adrián Ben for the final of the 800 meters and the brilliant eighth place of the marcher María Pérez in the 20 kilometers march .

In the female hectometer, Fraser-Pryce made a time of 10.71 and he was crowned for the fourth time in his record as queen of speed at the Khalifa International Stadium, where the British Dina Asher-Smith hung up the silver after finishing the race at 10.83 and making a new national record; The podium was completed by the Ivorian Marie-Josée Ta Lou, stopping the stopwatch at 10.90.

The winner established the best world brand of the year, which was the sixth best in history in this outdoor distance and the second record of her sports career, as she credits 10.70 seconds. Thus, Fraser-Pryce is postulated as one of the main stars of this championship, because he still has the relay ahead.

Regarding the Spanish delegation, Galician Adrian Ben He reached the final 800 meters on Tuesday after being fourth in the first of the semifinals. Although it started badly, he went back in the last lap and made a time of 1: 44.97; He thus established his personal record, lowering the previous best record by 80 cents. His series was won by Puerto Rican Wesley Vázquez, with 1: 43.96.

In addition, in the 20 kilometers march, the Spanish delegation shone thanks to the Granada María Pérez, current European champion and who finished eighth, which meant being a finalist and getting qualification for the Tokyo Olympics next year.

The competition was a Chinese festival, which practically controlled all their development from beginning to end until they had a devastating change of pace in the final kilometers. There, no one could stop the 'train' of the favorite Liu Hong, current Olympic champion and who achieved his third world gold after those of 2011 and 2015 ahead of his compatriots Qieyang Shenjie and Yang Liujing.

Meanwhile, the evening provided the gold of the Russian Anzhelika Sidorova in the female pole vault. His contest was clear from 4.50 to 4.95 meters, height that exceeded the third attempt. The American Sandi Morris was silver, imitating the records of Sidorova although making her three voids in those 4.95. The bronze went to the Greek Katerina Stefanidi, having exceeded the bar at 4.85.

He 4x400 mixed relay, which was released as a World Cup test, awarded the title to the American quartet. Wilbert London, Allyson Felix, Courtney Okolo and Michael Cherry were proclaimed champions with a time of 3: 09.34 and thus setting a new world record. Behind, Jamaica occupied the second position (3: 11.78) and Bahrain the third (3: 11.82).

In addition, in the men's triple jump final, he also American Christian Taylor He won his fourth world title after saving a difficult ballot. Having made two start nulls, in his third attempt he reached 17.42 meters to pass the screen of the eight best.

In his fifth jump, he achieved the 17.92 mark that earned him the gold medal and woke his compatriot Will Claye from sleep, whose best mark was 17.74 in the fourth and also in the fifth attempt. The bronze was awarded by the Burkina Hugues Fabrice Zango, author of a jump of 17.66 meters in the sixth and final attempt.

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