Letsile Tebogo runs 19.98 for World U20 championship record in the 200m heats

A host of top athletes will compete at the Meeting Sport e Solidarieta Lignano 2023 at the Stadio G. Teghil in Italy on Friday (14), and fans can watch the live streaming coverage of this World Athletics Continental Tour Challenger event for free on the Fidal Servizi YouTube channel.

Several global medalists and rising star athletes, including Sada Williams of Barbados, the bronze medalist at the World Athletics Championships in the 400m, and the Commonwealth Games champion, World U20 champions Letsile Tebogo from Botswana, and South Africa’s Lythe Pillay, plus Charokee Young and Rohan Watson from Jamaica, and Vincent Ciattei from the USA, will all participate in the meeting today at 2:15 p.m. ET. Live results and updates can be found here

After a busy week last weekend at their respective national track and field championships to select teams for the upcoming post-season, many athletes will return to action in Europe, and the Meeting Sport e Solidarieta Lignano 2023 is thrilled to welcome them. – Read more: Day 2: How to watch European U23 Athletics Championships? – live schedule

As part of her ongoing preparations for the world championships, where she hopes to improve upon her third-place finish in Oregon last summer, Sada Williams will compete in the women’s 400m, where she will face Charokee Young and Kaylin Whitney from the USA.

In the men’s 400m, the two-time World U20 champion in the 100m will step up to race in the one-lap event for the second time this year. He will compete against Lythe Pillay from South Africa, who is the world U20 champion in this event and has already clocked a personal best of 44.80 seconds this season.

Tomohiro Shinno of Japan, a world finalist, will headline the field in the men’s high jump, with Christoffe Bryan from Jamaica, who will be aiming to achieve the world championships qualifying standard, also competing.

Keep an eye on Jamaican champion Rohan Watson in the men’s 100m as he seeks to build on his outstanding performances of 9.91 seconds and 9.98 seconds last week at the Jamaica Track and Field Championships.

Helen Schlachtenhaufen from the USA will lead the women’s 1500m field, while Erik Sowinski, a fellow American and the bronze medalist in the 2016 World Indoor 800m, will look to compete in a rare event this season after serving as a pacemaker for most of the campaign so far.

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