Lotta Harala ran to victory in Greece – Sports

Nooralotta Neziri ran her best result of the season.

Finns hurdlers Lotta Harala and Nooralotta Neziri competed in the Dromia International Sprint and Relays Meeting in Athens, Greece on Wednesday night.

In the B-final of the 100-meter hurdles, Harala ran to victory with a time of 13:03. Neziri finished fourth in the same final. He ran to the finish line in 13.14.

At the same time, the result was the best of the season for Nezir, 31.

Harala, 32, on the other hand, has run 100 hurdles in a time of 12.64 this season. At that time, he ran 2.2 meters downwind, which means that the Finnish record still stands Reetta Hurskeen in possession at 12.70.

The Tampere Pyrinnö runner was not in the same mood in Greece as last weekend in Espoo, but has given a storm warning to his competitors about his current condition.

“It was a bit of a difficult day from the beginning. I had a bad headache during practice and throughout the race. During the run, I didn’t really get into a good running position, and the sharpness wasn’t the best possible. Then I hit the fifth and sixth fence,” Harala stated in the press release.

“Days like this sometimes come.”

Sprints were also run in Athens, and Lotta Kemppinen opened his season by running sixth in the 100 meters with a time of 11.43.

Riku Illukka ran the men’s 100 meters sixth in his heat with a time of 10.68, Oskari Lehtonen was fourth in his heat in 200 meters with a time of 21.46, and Anniina Korttemaa was sixth in the women’s 200 meters with a time of 24.36.

On Wednesday The first Harju Cup of the athletics summer was also held in Jyväskylä. A sprinter at the Harju stadium Aino Pulkkinen ran the women’s 150 meter distance in a new Finnish record time of 17.26.

The previous Finnish record of 17.43 was also held by Pulkkinen, 26, who represents the Jyväskylä Field Athletes.

The men’s javelin also saw quite a strong result, when the Äänekoski Urheilijoden Jami Kinnunen pulled off a superior arc. Kinnusen’s javelin flew 81.36 meters, and the result was the overwhelming top result of the race.

Loimaa Leisku, who came in second Juho Tourun the best throw was 72.32 meters.

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