Meeting men, 10° Meeting International Città di Savona
Mykhaylo Kokhan, who is ninth on the world rankings, finished second with Dániel Rába Apostolos Parellis Róbert is fighting to qualify for Tokyo just like his compatriot, János Huszák Réka Szilágyi became the first Hungarian winner after she prevailed in the javelin throw with her Réka and Angéla both aim to qualify for the Olympics — the former was 31st and the latter was 47th on the world rankings before the competition.
Janka Molnár won the second — stronger — heat with the best time of meeting men life, a new U23 Hungarian record Polish Joanna Linkiewicz Máté Koroknai Emannuel Matadi won the second heat, Alonso Edward was second Bahaman Devynne Charlton Gréta Kerekes finished fourth with a season beast Luca Renner 1. Gabriel Constantino Balázs Baji The Liberian sprinter beat Alonso Edward The Hungarian beat Angelika Sarna Anasztázia Nguyen 6.
Cypriot Vasilios Konstantinous 2. Dániel Jánkovics finished fourth, Péter Bakosi fifth and Péter Agárdi sixth, all of them with a result of 2.
The last two events were the 4X metres relays. This competition proved that the Hungarian Grand Prix series has a reason to exist.
The atmosphere was great and many meet records were broken during meeting men event. I also have to mention that we saw an outstanding result by international standards when Taylor Campbell qualified for the Olympics in the hammer throw with a huge personal record