Men Triple Jump Final
In the last event to be concluded this evening, Jonathan Moore saved face for Great Britain by winning the country’s second gold medal of the World Youth Championships - [15.7.2001]
Women medley relay final
The United States of America’s team established a new World Youth all-time best in the medley relay here in Debrecen. - [15.7.2001]
Women High Jump Final
The first gold medal of the championships for Great Britain came in the last day of competition when Aileen Wilson won the women’s high jump contest with a new personal best of 1.87m. - [15.7.2001]
Men medley relay final
the casual pundits could have been forgiven for thinking that the Americans were hot favourites for the medley relay (100, 200, 300, 400 metres). - [15.7.2001]
Men pole vault final
Despite three hours in the sweltering heat, the men’s pole vaulters still managed to come up with some respectable results. - [15.7.2001]
Women Heptahlon Day Two Summary
The second national double of today’s competition came in the women’s heptathlon Germany’s Annett Wichmann and Christine Schulz claiming first and second position respectively. - [15.7.2001]
Women 1500 metre final
Australia’s Georgie Clarke became the first athlete in the history of athletics to claim two World Youth Championships titles in two consecutive editions. - [15.7.2001]
Men javelin throw final
Tradition prevailed in the men’s javelin throw, with specialists Finland taking two out of three places on the podium - [15.7.2001]
Men 800 metre final
The race started at true sprint pace for the first 200 metres, with the pack tightly bunched into the back straight and then things slowed down considerably as the heat and a drop of common sense had the better of the field. - [15.7.2001]
Men 2000 metre steeplechase Final
As has usually been the case over the past thirty odd years, the men’s steeplechase was a Kenyan affair. - [15.7.2001]
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