(Web). Whitson held two high – profile international athletics meetings over the weekend in Dessa and Rehlingen, also known as the Continental Tour Bronze – so two weeks before the German Championships in Brunswick – the European Athletics Top Class visited one or more European powerhouses.
In addition to the best performances, you can collect valuable world ranking points to participate in the Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo; Also present were Christian von Aitsen and Mark Tortel from Athletics Team Carbon (ATK).
Gail-Force sometimes had to deal with excitement and changing winds in the workings of Dessau. Mark Tortel visited more than 1,500 people at the European Indoor Championships in Toronto in early March. ). Due to unfavorable weather conditions, the intended travel time could not be fully implemented, so the Baptist Mishler succeeded in a good 3: 39.91 minutes. Five athletes, 200 meters from the finish line, were battling for first place. With a fine finish of 3: 42.35 minutes, Mark Tortelin finished third on the stage and earned world ranking points.
Satisfied with this start, the athletics team traveled to Rehlingen for the 56th International Whitson Sports Festival, where over 200 athletes from around the world were guests at Bangert Stadium; Christian von Aitusen also competed in the more than 800 meters. With improved external conditions, some Kenyan mid-distance agencies have reported strong national and European competition in the mid-range. The 800m race was won by Polish class runner Michael Rosmis in the best 1: 47.02 minutes. Creston Elliott (1: 47.10m) from Belgium and Rosier Renaud (1: 47.51m) from France. After the first lap of less than 51 seconds, Christian von Etsen took the lead and bravely stepped on the field. The 24-year-old German-British ran out of grain in the last 70 meters, so they had to finish fifth in 1: 47.89 minutes. A strong debut for the ATK runner who wants to get the finishing touches for the DM at the Braunschweig in the Fungstad over 800m next weekend.
The 1500m was a heavy occupation and high competition with 26 participants. Finally, Abel Kipzang from Kenya put up a fine performance of 3: 36.62 minutes. Mark Tortelin was able to continue his second-best run time of 3: 39.14 in less than 3:40 minutes, thus finishing seventh. He, too, will start next week at the Fungstadt with more than 800 meters. Both ATK athletes returned to Frankfurt satisfied and are now preparing for their next assignments at Fungstad and the DM in Brunswick.