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12,000 attend last competition day as World Junior Champs conclude in BydgoszczWith Pallant's success, Holmes’ nurturing bears fruitWell-timed Twell overwhelmed about 1500m victoryNdiku’s crash-course does the trick

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12,000 attend last competition day as World Junior Champs conclude in Bydgoszcz

The 12th IAAF World Junior Championships held in the city of Bydgoszcz, Poland concluded on a high note in the Zawiska stadium yesterday afternoon as 12,000 spectators attended the sixth and final competition day.... Read More

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Report13 Jul 2008

Cherkos's championships record and three world junior leads conclude World Junior Champs - day six report

Abreham Cherkos of Ethiopia obliterated the 5000m championship record and the USA enjoyed more relay joy as the curtain came down on the 12th IAAF World Junior Championships in Bydgoszcz, Poland in front of more than 12,000 spectators in the Zawisza Stadium.

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News13 Jul 2008

Shabanov runs on father's track in Bydgoszcz

The city of Bydgoszcz seems to bid well for the Shabanov family.

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News13 Jul 2008

Bondarenko and Bednarek make the show in men's High Jump final

One of two field events finals on the sixth and last competition day at the IAAF World Junior Championships, the men’s High Jump proved a superb competition with a World Junior leading performance of 2.26 for gold medal winner Bohdan Bondarenko of the Ukraine and the third medal of the week for Poland courtesy of Sylwester Bednarek.

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News13 Jul 2008

Women's Discus Throw

Shangxue Xi caused an upset in the women’s discus, throwing a season’s best 54.96m in the third round.<BR>

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News13 Jul 2008

Women's 1500m

Great Britian's Stephanie Twell ran a well-timed race to win the women's 1500m final at the 12th IAAF World Junior Championships on Sunday.

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News13 Jul 2008

Men's 5000m

Ethiopia’s Abreham Cherkos moved up from silver two years ago in Beijing to take an expected victory.

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News13 Jul 2008

Men's 4x400m relay

The United States of America dominated from start to finish to win the final event of the 12th IAAF World Junior Championships, the men's 4x400m relay.

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News13 Jul 2008

Men’s High Jump

- One of two field events finals on the sixth and last competition day at the IAAF World Junior Championships, the men’s High Jump proved a superb competition with a World Junior leading performance of 2.26 for gold medal winner Bohdan Bondarenko and the third medal of the week for Poland courtesy of Sylwester Bednarek.</P>

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News13 Jul 2008

Men’s 110m Hurdles

- World season leader Konstantin Shabanov of Russia, who had been impressive throughout Friday’s first round heats and yesterday’s semi-finals, lived-up to his status of pre-event favourite outclassing the rest of the field in a new personal best and World Junior leading time of 13.27 in the men’s 110m Hurdles.</P>

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News13 Jul 2008

Men's 3000m Steeplechase

A gallant last lap effort from Jonathan Muia Ndiku won the men's 3000m steeplechase on Sunday's final day of the 12th IAAF World Junior Championships.

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News13 Jul 2008

IAAF News Team in Bydgoszcz

Many thanks to the IAAF News Team in Bydgoszcz

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News13 Jul 2008

Henning leads US to historic one-two in men's hammer

Walter Henning proves that small guys can win by setting an Area record and leading the US to an historic one-two in the men’s hammer.

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