Updates: 01/22/2022 7:58 PM
Released: 22.01.2022, 19:58
Jablonec nad Nisou – Koulař Tomáš Staněk started the indoor season by winning the Jablonec Hall meeting. The reigning European champion showed a performance of 21.18 and ranked second in the world tables of the running indoor season, it’s the highlight of the two-month World Cup in Belgrade.
The 35-year-old Jan Veleba won the 60-meter sprint, beating his co-holder of the national record in the hundreds, Zdeněk Stromšík, by 6.68 by two hundredths of a second. Radek Juška won the long jump in 784.
Helena Jiranová won a personal record of 8.07 on the 60-meter hurdles and secured a start at the HMS in Belgrade. Nikola Bendová improved her personal record to 7.35 in the smooth 60’s, and she won the finals by a hundredth slower.
Men & # 39; s 60 m 1. Veleba (Dukla Prague) 6.68, 2. Stromšík (Vítkovice) 6.70, 60 m before: 1. Helcelet (Olymp Prague) 7.96, pole: 1. Ščerba (Ústí n / L) 535, 2. Bárta (Dukla Prague) 535, distance: 1. Juška (Olymp Prague) 784, triple jump: 1. Sivila (Dukla Prague) 14.16, ball: 1. Staněk (USK Prague) 21.18.
Ladies & # 39; 60 m: 1. Bendová (Olymp Praha) 7.36, 60 m in front: 1. Jiranová 8.07, distance: 1. Kučerová (both USK Praha) 608, triple jump: 1. Průšová (Dukla Praha) 12.48.