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Favorite Hassan on the hunt for gold at 10,000 meters World Cup

2019-09-28T17:55:06.205Z

On the second day of the World Championships in Doha, Sifan Hassan goes hunting for gold in the 10,000 meters. In addition, the men's 100 meter program is on Saturday. Don't miss out on our live blog.



On the second day of the World Championships in Doha, Sifan Hassan goes hunting for gold in the 10,000 meters. In addition, the men's 100 meter program is on Saturday. Don't miss out on our live blog.

  • World Athletics Day 2
  • 8.10 pm: 10,000 meters women's final ( Hassan and Krumins )
  • 9.15 pm: Final 100 meters men

WC athletics · 5 minutes ago

Hassan top favorite at 10,000 meters
On the second day of the World Championships in Doha, the Dutch eyes are focused on Sifan Hassan. The Dutch is the favorite for gold in the 10,000 meters. If Hassan succeeds in her mission then she is the third Dutchman ever with a world title in athletics. Pole vault jumper Rens Blom was the first in 2005 with World Cup gold and Schippers was the fastest in 200 meters in 2015 and in 2017. Hassan's biggest competitors, who won World Cup bronze in the 5,000 meters two years ago, are the Ethiopian Letesenbet Gidey and the Kenyan Hellen Obiri.

WC athletics · 15 minutes ago

This is the opposition for Sifan Hassan in the 10 kilometers. They will start at 21.10. # Doha2019

Avatar AuthorRypke BakkerMoment of places19: 32 - 28 September 2019

WC athletics · 41 minutes ago

Schippers: "I feel good about myself"
Dafne Schippers is looking forward to the semi-finals and the final of the 100-meter Sunday evening at the World Athletics Championships. "I feel good and am confident here," said Schippers, who won her heat in the series in 11.17 seconds. "Hopefully I can go a little faster every race and that is possible. I feel good, I feel like it and then crazy things can happen."

World Athletics Championships · one hour ago

Don't match to the final
Pole vault jumper Rutger Koppelaar is ready at the World Athletics World Cup in Qatar. He didn't manage to get through the qualifications. At the Khalifa Stadium in Doha the Dutchman reached a height of 5.45, while 5.75 was required for a final place. The height required for a final place was a tough task for Koppelaar. His personal record is namely 5.71.

WC athletics · 2 hours ago

Burnet fails 100 meters in semi-finals
Taymir Burnet stays in the 100 meters at the World Athletics World Championship in the semi-finals. The 26-year-old athlete records a time of 10.18 seconds, the fifth time in his series. Only the best numbers two and the two fastest non-seized grab a ticket for the final. Burnet remains six hundredths above his personal record of 10.12 seconds. The final is tonight at 9.15 p.m.

WC athletics · 3 hours ago

Pole vault jumper Vloon gives up injured
For the pole vault jumper Menno Vloon, the athletics world championships is turning into a disillusion. Just like two years ago, the North Hollander is injured in London at his first jump and has to retreat. He lands wrong on the mat and sprains his ankle when he falls. At the World Cup in London two years ago it went wrong in his first attempt in the match. Then he landed hard in contact with one of the stands on which the bar rests.

WC athletics · 4 hours ago

Schippers qualifies for semi-finals 100 meters
Dafne Schippers easily qualifies for the 100 meter semi-finals at the World Athletics Championships. De Utrechtse wins her series in 11.17 seconds. It is the eighth time of the series. Marije van Hunenstijn stranded in sixth place in her heat. She clocked 11.48.

Athletics World Cup · 9 hours ago

Schippers has been plagued by a back injury all season long, which she sustained due to a fall from the stairs. At the beginning of this month she was bothered again during the Diamond League matches in Brussels. "It was as if a knife constantly stung my back," she said. Schipeprs now has faith. "I have a lot of experience and I am a tournament runner. When I come to a tournament, a lot can happen." [3/3]

Athletics World Cup · 9 hours ago

If we go by the best seasons, it will be a tough task for Schippers to reach the final in 100 meters. This season there were already thirteen women faster than Schippers, who scored 11.04 as the fastest time. "But times do not say everything", Schippers knows. "Prior to the World Cup two years ago in London I was also low on the annual ranking, but I did come home with the medals. [2/3]

Athletics World Cup · 9 hours ago

Schippers hopes to give 'season with bumps' color
It was not the best season of Dafne Schippers, but an outlier at the World Championship can make everything right. De Utrechtse is not a favorite for a medal in the 100 meters, but she hopes to be able to fight in the tournament. "" My expectations are still high, "said Schippers in the run-up to the World Cup." And the goal is no different than at previous World Cups. I am going to Doha to run my best times of the year. But yes, it was a season with bumps. I had to get over that and hopefully happiness is now by my side. "[1/3]

WC athletics · 11 hours ago

Kenyan Chepngetich wins a hot night marathon
Ruth Chepngetich won the marathon last night under hot conditions at the World Championships in Doha. The race started a minute before midnight at a temperature of 32 degrees and a humidity percentage of 75. She came first after 2.32.43. Of the 69 women started, only 41 women reached the finish line. The silver was for the Bahraini Rose Chelimo, Helalia Johannes rushed to bronze.

WC athletics · 11 hours ago

Hassan goes for gold, Schippers in action
On the second day of the World Championships in Doha, the Dutch eyes are focused on Sifan Hassan. The Dutch is the top favorite for the gold in the 10,000 meters. Susan Krumins also takes action at the same distance, but she is not a favorite for a medal. Dafne Schippers , just like Marije van Hunenstijn, runs the 100-meter series.

Summary of the program:
3.30 pm: Series 100 meters women (Schippers and Van Hunenstijn)
4.30 pm: Pole vault qualification (Menno Vloon and Rutger Koppelaar)
5.45 pm: Semi-finals 100 meters men (Taymir Burnet)
8.10 pm: Final 10,000 meters of women (Hassan and Krumins)
9.15 pm: Final 100 meters men (possibly Burnet)

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