Tiffany Marinho sets personal best record in 400 square meters

Tiffany Marinho sets personal best record in 400 square meters

Brazilian Tiffany Marinho (Orcampi-SP) won, this Saturday, in the 400m meeting from Ordegem, Belgium, Continental Tour Challenger gives world athletics, with his personal best: 51.73. The athlete’s previous best score was 51.84.

Irish Sophie Baker was second (51.83) and Belgian Camille Loss was third (51.99). Tiffany remains in Europe until 19 June and must compete in two more competitions on the 3rd in Bydgosz, Poland – meeting gold of continental travel gives world athletics – and on the 14th in Hengelo, Holland.

“Tiffany ran close to 50 seconds. She’s already qualified for the World Cup to win the 2021 South American Championship. So, we’re planning a good World Cup”, coach Evandro Lazzari said, referring to the World Cup Told exercise of Oregon in the United States, which will be held from July 15 to 24.

Tiffany Marinho prepares for the race (Photo: Wagner Carmo/CBAT)

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Also in Ordgem, Vitor Hugo de Miranda (Orcampi-SP) ran the 400 meters in 46.63 and finished 13th. The race was won by Senegalese athlete Sheikh Tidion Diouf (45s62). Marcio Telles (Orcampi-SP) competed in the 400m hurdles in the 50s – first place was British Alastair Chalmers, with 48s88.

In Italy, still on this Saturday, Brazilian Mariana Grazili Marcelino (IEMA-SP) finished third in the hammer throw at the Meeting International Cidade de Lucca, making her season’s best finish: 67.35m. Italians Sara Fantini (74.38m) and Rachel Mari (68.04m) were in the first two places.

Mariana returns to compete in Manchester, Great Britain on 3 June meeting Ranked Silver on the Circuit continental travel gives world athletics,

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