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-- Ana Marcela Cunha of Brazil retained her title in the women's 25km open
water event in 5 hours, 21 minutes and 58.4 seconds at the 17th FINA World
Championships on Thursday in Balatonfured, western Hungary.
Cunha specializes in the open water marathon. She is considered one of the
best open water swimmers in the world. At the 2011 FINA World Championships in
Shanghai, she won the gold medal in the women's 25 km marathon. At the 2015
FINA World Championships in Kazan, she became two-time World Champion of the 25
Dutch swimmer Sharon van Rouwendaal claimed the silver medal in 5:22:0.8.
Arianna Brindi of Italy took the bronze medal in 5:22:8.2.
A total of 21 athletes attended the race. Martina Grimaldi of Italy finished
in 4th place, while Anna Olasz of Hungary in 5th place. Anastasiia Krapivina of
Russia, Becca Mann of USA, Aurelie Muller of France placed sixth, seventh and
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NAIROBI, July 20 (Xinhua) -- Kenya's javelin world champion and Olympic
silver medalist Julius Yego said Thursday that his performance has improved as
he heads to Monaco for the Diamond League meeting on Friday.
Yego has had a poor season ever since he returned from Rio Olympics with an
ankle injury and has had to contend with bad throws in the last three events he
has competed in this season.
But ahead of the Monaco meeting, Yego hopes to reassert his authority in his
discipline and reclaim lost ground.
"It is about how my body feels. There has been good response since I started
training. But I have to be careful and that is why I take one day at a time.
Monaco will be another step for me and hopefully, I will do well," he said.
The men's javelin could be a telling event given the presence of the two
Germans who have seized the event by its neck in the space of the past
Olympic champion Thomas Rohler has been consistently in 90-metre territory
this season, having opened with 93.90m at the IAAF Diamond League meeting in
But his place behind Jan Zelezny on the world all-time list was taken by
compatriot Johannes Vetter, who produced four 90-metre throws on a single night
in Lucerne on July 11, the best of them being 94.44m.
Also in the field are Yego, and 2012 Olympic champion Keshorn Walcott of
Trinidad and Tobago, as well as the Czech Republic's Jakub Vadlejch, who has a
best of 88.02m this season.
In the 800m race, Olympic and world champion Caster Semenya has been
unbeatable this season, but the Monaco field includes all those most likely to
challenge her, including the Olympic silver and bronze medallists, Francine
Niyonsaba of Burundi and Margaret Wambui of Kenya, as well as Canada's world
silver medallist Melissa Bishop and the U.S. pair of 2013 world silver
medallist Brenda Martinez and US champion Ajee Wilson.
Another significant race for Africa will be the women's 3000m, which brings
together Kenya's Olympic 5000m silver medallist Hellen Obiri, Ethiopia's
Olympic and World 10,000m record holder Almaz Ayana and Britain' s European
indoor 1500m and 3000m champion Laura Muir, 12 days after their rousing contest
over the mile in London which saw Obiri set a national record of 4:16.56 and
Muir register a personal best of 4:18.03.
It will be Ayana's first competition this year after injury. Ayana will run
against Obiri in the shorter 3000 metres alongside Laura Muir and Shannon
Rowbury. However, the race will miss the sparks of Ethiopia's Genzebe
Kenya's Olympic 3000m steeplechase champion Conseslus Kipruto faces a field
that includes Olympic silver medallist Evan Jager of the United States and his
two leading Kenyan rivals, Jairus Birech and 35-year-old double Olympic
champion Ezekiel Kemboi.
But Kipruto's biggest challenge may be the ankle problem that caused him to
drop out early from the race in Rabat last week.
Olympic 1,500m champion Matt Centrowitz will have a rigorous test against
top Kenyans including Timothy Cheruiyot, 21, who leads this season' s world
list with 3:30.77, and Ronald Kwemoi, second in the world this year with a
3:30.89 at altitude.
Also lurking in the field with something to prove is Kenya's three-time
world champion Asbel Kiprop.
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