Brazil climbed the podium twice in the eighth stage of the 2022 Diamond League, the main circuit of World Athletics (International Athletics Federation). This Thursday (30), 22-year-old Alisson dos Santos broke the 400m hurdles record and won the gold medal by finishing the race in 46.81 – until then held by Norwegian Carsten Warholm’s record of 46.87. In the pole vault, Thiago Brees won bronze when he covered 5.93 metres, his best result this year.
With today’s victory (30), Allison, bronze at the Tokyo Olympics (46.72), is world No. 1 again in the 400 meters hurdles, two weeks before the start of the World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon. (United States of america) . In second place was American CJ Allen (48s17), and in third place was Kyron McMaster (48s58) from the British Virgin Islands.
This Thursday (30) the index obtained by Piyu (Alison’s surname) was the athlete’s best (46.72) and the highest this season since winning bronze in Tokyo. In the coming days, he will complete his preparations for the World Athletics Championships at the United States Olympic Center in the state of California.
“I’m very proud of this performance. My preparation went well and it shows results. Now I’m really excited for the world. I just tried to have fun and go fast. My coach said ‘just go out there and “I did. I ran. For myself,” Piu said in a statement to the World Athletics Diamond League website.
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This is from Thiago Brez in Stockholm Diamond League Stages
5.93m and our champion’s best record of the year before the Oregon Worlds! pic.twitter.com/6wySAZd5bL
— Team Brazil (@timebrasil) 30 June 2022
Olympic pole vault champion (6.03 m) at the Rio 2016 Olympics and bronze (5.87 m) at the Tokyo Games, Thiago Brez also reached 5.93 m with third place in Stockholm. Gold went to French rival Armand Duplantis (6.16 m), Olympic champion in Tokyo, and silver to North American Christopher Nilsson (6.00 m).