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Junior Fever in Mannheim


Raouf Leoni for the IAAF

Many under 18 athletes took part in the "Juniorengala" in Mannheim, Germany, where several under 20 and under 23 races were also part of the competition. Two performances in particular stood out as the most promising: France’s Sebastian Homo (82) pole vaulted 5.30m, and the 4x100m German relay team made up of Wurm, Habel, Schorr and Kaufmann clocked an excellent time of 45.53.

Below is a selection of results obtained by youth athletes in Mannheim who may participate in the World Youth Championships in Bydgoszcz:

100m, 3h5 (+1.2) Sebastian Gatzka GER (82); 800m, 5.Alexander Rennert GER (82) 1:52.47, 9.Stefan Kern GER (83) 1:54.57; 1500m, 12.Maxim Kramer GER (82) 3:56.21; 2000st, 1.Jan Forster GER (82) 5:52.51, 2.Steffen Prenk GER (82) 5:56.58; 400hs (0.91m), 4.Christian Duma GER (82) 54.51; PV, 4.Sebastien Homo FRA (82) 5.30, 10.Rico Tepper GER (82) 4.85; 10kmW, 3.Andre Katzinski GER (83) 45:12.34; W100m, (+0.3) 2.Katchi Habel GER (82) 11.85; W200m, (rB,+0.1) 2.Kerstin Groetzinger GER (82) 24.01, 3.Christa Kaufmann GER (82) 24.08, 4.Lisa Schorr GER (82) 24.23; W400m, 1rB Claudia Hoffmann GER (82) 54.94; W800m, 5.Juliane Becker GER (82) 2:09.19; W100hs* (0.76m), (+0.1) 1.Maren Freisen GER (82) 13.40, 2.Stephanie Danner GER (82) 13.75, 3.Nadine Hentschke GER (82) 13.83; W400hs, 1rB Verena Krinninger GER (82) 61.10; WHJ, 2.Melanie Skotnik GER (82) 1.82, 3.Eva Muller GER (82) 1.78, 6.Gaelle Niare FRA (82) 1.78; WPV, 5.Vanessa Boslak FRA (82) 3.80; WLJ, 6.Nadine Hentschke GER (82) 5.96 (+0.5); WTJ, 6.Kati Frahm GER (82) 12.24 (+1.4); WSP, 4.Natalya Kharaneka BLR (82) 15.44; WJT, 6.Olivia Norris GER (83) 48.02; W5kmW, 4.Barbara Dibelkova CZE (83) 24:03.74; 4x100m, 3.Germany U18 NT 45.43

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