Women's Javelin Thrower Kitaguchi Wins

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Women's Javelin Thrower Kitaguchi Wins

Women's Javelin Thrower Kitaguchi Wins Japan's First Diamond League Finals



Jackson won the women's 100m and Coleman won the men's 100m.

Haruka Kitaguchi became the first Japanese track and field diamond league final champion. 먹튀검증가이드

Kitaguchi won the women's javelin throw event at the 2023 World Association of Athletics Federations Diamond League Final held at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon, USA on the 17th (Korean time) by throwing 63m 78, beating Tori Peters (Australia) with 61m 30.

Kitaguchi, who won the gold medal at the Budapest World Championships in August with 66m 73m, also took the top spot in the Diamond League Final and won the diamond-shaped trophy.

After the game, Haruka Kitaguchi said in an interview with the tournament organizing committee, "I am happy to have won the Diamond League Final following the World Championships.

The World Championships will be held in Tokyo in 2025.

I hope you will support all the players then."

In the women's 100m, Sherika Jackson (Jamaica) crossed the finish line first with a time of 10.70 seconds.

Marie-José Tarou (Ivory Coast) took second place with 10.75 seconds, and Elaine Thompson (Jamaica) took third place with 10.79 seconds.

Shirkari Richardson (USA), who beat Jackson at the Budapest World Championships, took fourth place in the Diamond League Final with a time of 10.80 seconds.

Christian Coleman (USA) won the men's 100m in 9.83 seconds.

Noah Lyles (USA), who won three gold medals for the first time since retiring from Usain Bolt (Jamaica) at the Budapest World Championships, ranked second with 9.85 seconds.

In the women's 1,500m, world record holder (3 minutes 49.11 seconds) and Budapest World Championship champion Faith Kiefyegon (Kenya) took the top spot with 3 minutes 50.72 seconds.

Kiev Yegon achieved his third consecutive victory in the Diamond League Finals.

Women's Yulimar Rojas (Venezuela) also succeeded in winning the women's triple jump for the third time in a row with 15m35.

Rojas is the strongest player in the sport, having won her fourth consecutive World Championships.

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