Yazd Team takes Trophy to Home earning five Gold Medals

Yazd Team takes Trophy to Home earning five Gold Medals

Yazd Team takes Trophy to Home earning five Gold Medals

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Athletics Best Talents Olympiad in girls’ part ended with Yazd championship and breaking two national youth records.

Tehran, Iran – As Athletics Federation of I.R. Iran reports, Iran Athletics Best Talents Olympiad in girl’s part finished on Sunday while two national youth records were smashed and Yazd Team claimed victory.

Yazd Team takes the first spot in medal tables earning 5 gold medals, 3 silver medals and one bronze medal (9 medals in total). Khorasan Razavi Team finished second taking 4 gold, 2 silver and one bronze medals (7 medals in total) and Tehran Team took third spot winning 4 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals (6 medals).

Zahra Keyhani of Hamedan improved 5000m national youth record to 38:50.53 and Mahla Mahroughi of Khorasan Razavi broke national youth record in discus throw in an attempt to distance 38.86m. Mobina Rahmani was former youth record holder in this event setting 32.89m.

According to the regulations financial prizes were awarded to the first up to third finishers of each event.

Final Results and Standings in the Final Day:

Pole Vault:

  1. Samira Kord Ali – Yazd – 2.70m (Equal to NR)

400m Hurdles:

  1. Mohadeseh Ebrahimpour – Azyrbayejan Sharghi – 1:06.50
  2. Fatemeh Adabi – Yazd – 1:08.19
  3. Narges Rastegar – Khorasan Razavi – 1:09.30

800m:

  1. Pante’a Gholipour – Hamedan – 2:22.24
  2. Leyla Javanmard – Khorasan Razavi – 2:25.44
  3. Mahla Rezaee – Yazd – 2:29.37

200m:

  1. Sanaz Amiripour – Yazd – 25.97
  2. Delniya Beygomjani – Kurdistan – 26.20
  3. Aysan Khoshraftar – Azyrbayejan Sharghi – 27.50

Javelin Throw:

  1. Elham Ghatoori – Golestan – 29.02m
  2. Farzaneh Omid – Ilam – 28.85m
  3. Arezoo Abdollahi – Chahar Mahalo Bakhtiari – 26.91

Discus Throw:

  1. Mahla Mahroughi – Khorasan Razavi – 38.86m (NYR)
  2. Zahra Najafi – Lorestan – 34.26m
  3. Zahra Bakhtiari – Hamedan – 30.62m

Heptathlon:

  1. Fatemeh Mohiti Zadeh – Yazd – 3752 points
  2. Sadaf Aghajani – Kurdistan – 3385 points
  3. Sanam Azari – Azyrbayejan Sharghi – 3208 points

Long Jump:

  1. Sarina Saedi – Tehran – 5.38m
  2. Najmeh Khormali – Golestan – 4.78m
  3. Setayesh Mohammadpour – Tehran – 7.58m

3000m:

  1. Fatemeh Chenari – Hamedan – 12:08.02
  2. Niloufar Rezaee – Isfahan – 12:20.71
  3. Reyhaneh Khaksari – Semnan – 12:35.96

 

 

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