10 JUN 1999 General News

Brixia Under 18 Meeting

Brixia Meeting – Bressanone (Italy) 23 May 1999
Raul Leoni for the IAAF

The Brixia meeting is one of the most important rendezvous on the Under 18 international calendar. The meeting in Alto Adige brings together twelve men and women’s regional teams. For this 18th edition of the meeting, the teams which took part included Bayer and Wurttemberg (representing the German Lander region), Slovenia (which is now a considered a national team) and nine Italian regional areas: Lombardia, Veneto, Toscana, Lazio, Friuli-venezia-Giulia, Emilia-Romagna, Alto Adige, Marche and Trentino.

The final team classification was awarded to the men’s Bavarian team and to the national Slovenian women’s team, but the most interesting results probably came from several young Italian athletes. Giampietro Pavan dominated the 400m with 48.87, the young athlete from Padova was also a finalist of the Shangai Gymnasiade in 1998. Roman Antonio Bufachi won the shot put with 16.12 for 6kg improving his personal best, while Micol Cattaneo from Lombardia, improved with 14.11 on 84cm high hurdles. High jumper, Raffaella Lamera, also progressed with a jump at 1.78.

Among the guests, particularly noteworthy were two young athletes: Slovenian sprinter Tina Murn, with 11.97 at 100m, and the German from Wurttemberg, Kerstin Grotzinger, with 24.18 for 200m.

Best results

Men – 100m, (+3.7) 1.Sergio Riva (83) 10.96, 2.Christoph Lahner GER (82) 10.98; 200m, (rA,+2.4) 1.Matevz Arh SLO (82) 22.03, (rB,+2.4) 1.Stefano Brugnoli (82) 22.09; 400m, 1.Giampietro Pavan (82) 48.87, 2.Saso Petelin SLO (83) 49.80; 800m, 1.Primoz Mihev SLO (83) 2:00.12; 1500m, 1.Borut Veber SLO (82) 4:07.60; 2000st, 1.Peter Lanziner (82) 6:15.13; 110hs* (1.00m), (+1.2) 1.Michael Pfaff GER (82) 14.81, 2.Daniel Buttari (82) 14.95; 400hs* (0.84m), 1.Urh Kopitar SLO (82) 54.35, 2.Matteo Cargnelutti (82) 54.91; HJ, 1.Saso Rebernik SLO (82) 2.00, 2.Filippo Campioli (82) 2.00; PV, 1.Fabio Tentorini (82) 4.50; LJ, 1.Radomir Klimczak GER (82) 7.28 (+1.4), 2.Jan Zumer SLO (82) 7.23 (+0.6); SP* (6kg), 1.Antonio Bufacchi (82) 16.12, 2.Alexander Wollmann GER (82) 15.85; DT* (1.75kg), 1.Marco Zitelli (82) 47.34; JT (0.8kg), 1.Peter Zupane SLO (82) 58.53, 2.Bernhard Zuber GER (82) 57.32, 3.Tommaso Peresson (82) 56.13; 4x100m, 1.Veneto/ITA (G.Paolo Pavan,G.Pietro Pavan,Zancanella,Gasparetto) 42.88, 2.Bayern/GER (Fischer,Lehner,Rieger,Pfuller) 42.95, 3.Slovenia NT (Suhadolnik,Petelin,Kopitar,Fakin) 43.01; (final score: 1.Slovenia 143.5); Women - 100m, (+2.1) 1.Tina Murn SLO (83) 11.97, 2.Kerstin Grotzinger GER (82) 12.11; 200m, (+1.1) 1.Kerstin Grotzinger GER (82) 24.18, 2.Fulvia Amerighi (82) 24.73, 3.Sara Scaccabarozzi (82) 24.80; 400m, 1.Urska Klemen SLO (82) 57.36; 800m, 1.Elena Tognato (83) 2:14.14; 1500m, 1.Agnes Tschurtschenthaler (82) 4:43.74; 100hs (0.84m), (+1.1) 1.Micol Cattaneo (82) 14.11, 2.Berit Wiacker GER (82) 14.41, 3.Tina Klein GER (83) 14.45; 400hs, 1.Verena Krinninger GER (82) 62.11, 2.Maja Ferjan SLO (84) 62.48, 3.Marta Oliva (82) 63.59; HJ, 1.Raffaella Lamera (83) 1.78, 2.Francesca Doveri (82) 1.78, 3.Elena Meuti (83) 1.74; LJ, 1.Snezana Vukmirovic SLO (82) 5.92 (+1.4); SP (4kg), 1.Chiara Rosa (83) 13.71, 2.Charmaine Callahan GER (83) 13.48; DT (1kg), 1.Monica Tonon (82) 41.83; JT (0.6kg), 1.Olivia Norris GER (83) 46.58; 4x100m, 1.Bayern/GER (Schror,N.Krippner,R.Krippner,Reuter) 47.47, 2.Slovenia NT (Tomic,Vukmirovic,Klemen,Murn) 47.88, 3.Lombardia/ITA (Pucci,Teopani,Cattaneo,Zanella) 48.04; (final score: 1.Bayern/GER 122)

 

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