Bressanone/Brixen – With two events to go in the boys’ Octathlon, Russia’s World Youth leader Maksim Fayzulin reclaimed the lead he had handed to Germany’s Steffen Klink overnight with a superb display in the 110m Hurdles worth 968 points (field’s fastest time of 14.05) and a decent 1.98 clearance in the High Jump.

Fayzulin now stands at 4962, 52 points clear of Frenchman Kevin Mayer who leapfrogged from fourth overnight to runner-up following his superb 2.04 third time clearance in the High Jump. Despite a poor 1.89 effort, Klink still holds the bronze medal position but he now has only 14 points to spare over Qatar’s Mohd Ahmed Al-Mannai…..READ MORE

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