New world records in the Doha Diamond Round for Athletics 2021
The second round of the Diamond League Athletics Championships for 2021, which was held at the track and field of Suhaim bin Hamad Stadium in Qatar Sports Club, with the participation of a large number of stars, witnessed 6 new world records. The tour achieved great success with wide participation from the medal holders of the last World Athletics Championships held in Doha 2019, as well as the medals holders of the last Olympic Games Rio de Janeiro 2016, who competed in many races and competitions prior to their participation in the next Olympic Games in the Japanese capital Tokyo scheduled during the period From July 23 to August 8 next. The promising Qatari runner, Femi Ognaudi, took first place in the 100 meters race and qualified directly for the Tokyo Olympics, after scoring a time of 10 seconds, while Chadian Youssef Kyubei finished second in a time (10.26 seconds), while Qatari Owab won Barrow is third, after achieving a time of 10.46 seconds. And 6 new world records were achieved for this year, 4 in the men’s and 2 by women’s competitions, where the start was with the American, Ray Benjamin, world champion in the 400-meter hurdles, who achieved a time of (47.38 seconds), to win first place in the race. Kenyan Timothy Sherawat also achieved a new world record for this year in the 1500-meter race (3.30.48 minutes), while Australian Stuart Jackson came in second place with a time (2.31.57 minutes), while Moroccan Sofiane El Bakkali finished third with a time (3.31). 95 minutes). In the men’s 800-meter race, the other Kenyan, Wycliff Kennemal, achieved a new world record for this year of 1.43.91 minutes, ahead of his compatriot Rutich Ferguson Sherwet, who scored (1.44.45 minutes), and Britain’s Daniel Rodin, who scored (1.44. 60 minutes). American Norman Michel achieved a new record for this year in the 400-meter race (44.27 seconds), and Colombian Zambrano Anthony ranked second (44.57 seconds), while the other American, Curley Farid, came in third place and scored (44.60 seconds), while Qatari came in second. Yahya Ibrahim Ismail, seventh, with a time (46.10 seconds). Among the women, Kenyan Nora Gerotto achieved a new world record for this year in the 3,000-meter steeplechase race (9.00.67 minutes), and Ethiopian Abebe Mikadis came in second place (9.02.52 minutes), while Bahraini Yaffe Winfred came third with a time (9.02). 64 minutes). Vietnamese Yalmer Rojas also achieved a new world record for this year in the triple jump competition, and achieved a distance (15.15 meters), and Jamaican Kimberly Williams came in second place with a distance (14.69 meters), and the other Jamaican Chinika Rakbach came third with a distance (14.98 meters).