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Collated results of athletics at Universiade on Aug. 13
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08:07, August 14, 2007

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Following are the collated results of athletics competitions at the 24th Bangkok Univresiade on Aug. 13:

Women's high jump:

1. Marina Aitova, Kazakhstan, 1.92 meter

2. Ariane Friedrich, Germany, 1.90m (first attempt)

2. Anna Ustinova, Kazakhstan, 1.90m (first attempt)

Women's 400m hurdles:

1. Tatyana Azarova, Kazakhstan, 55.52 seconds

2. Anastasiya Rabchenyuk, Ukraine, 55.98

3. Jonna Tilgner, Germany, 56.27

Men's 400m hurdles:

1. Petrus Koekemoer, South Africa, 49.06 seconds

2. Kurt Couto, Mozambique, 49.12

3. Javier Culson, Puerto Rico, 49.35

Women's 5,000m:

1. Jessica Augusto, Portugal, 15 minutes 28.78 seconds

2. Tetyana Holovchenko, Ukraine, 15:40.56

3. Elizaveta Grechishnikova, Russia, 15:50.58

Men's 3,000m steeplechase:

1. Halil Akkas, Turkey, 8 minutes 20.83 seconds

2. Barnabas Kirui, Kenya, 8:22.67

3. Ion Luchianov, Moldova, 8:23.83

Women's 200m:

1. Iryna Shtangyeyeva, Ukraine, 22.95 seconds

2. Kadi-Ann Thomas, Britain, 23.28

3. Hanna Marien, Belgium, 23.48

Men's 200m:

1. Amr Seowd, Egypt, 20.74 seconds

2. Leigh Julius, South Africa, 20.96

3. Tomoya Kamiyama, Japan, 20.97

Men's Decathlon:

1. Jacob Minah, Germany, 8099 points

2. Hans Van Alphen, Belgium, 8047

3. Carlos Eduardo Bezerra, Brazil, 7920

Women's triple jump:

1. Olga Saladukha, Ukraine, 14.79 meters

2. Dana Veldakova, Slovakia, 14.41

3. Yarianna Martinez Iglesias, 14.25

Source: Xinhua



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