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- Ethiopia's Tizita Bogale duly won the race but Ciara Mageean with a stunning performance managed to upset the expected African domination when winning the silver medal ahead of Nancy Chepkwemoi on the final day of the 13th IAAF World Junior Championships at the Stade de Moncton.</p>
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Bogale wins 1500m but Ireland’s Mageean takes historic silver - World Junior Championships - Final Day Wrap

- Ethiopia's Tizita Bogale duly won the race but Ciara Mageean with a stunning performance managed to upset the expected African domination when winning the silver medal ahead of Nancy Chepkwemoi on the final day of the 13th IAAF World Junior Championships at the Stade de Moncton.</p>... Read More

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Men's 4x400m relay final - Flash Interviews

"I wanted to give David a comfortable lead, and we were trying to go for the record. We did well. We wanted to get the record," Errol Nolan of the USA.... Read More

Marija Vukovic of Montenegro won that country's first athletics medal of any kind - and gave the assembled spectators their first listen of the Montenegran national anthem at that - when she cleared 1.91m in the High Jump.
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Vukovic makes history as she takes Montenegro's first gold medal

Marija Vukovic of Montenegro won that country's first athletics medal of any kind - and gave the assembled spectators their first listen of the Montenegran national anthem at that - when she cleared 1.91m in the High Jump.... Read More

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Women's High Jump final - Flash Interviews

"Right now, I’m shocked. I can’t believe that I jumped 1.91m and I’m first in the world. I can’t believe it," Marija Vukovic of Montenegro.... Read More

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Men's Triple Jump final - Flash Interviews

it’s not a simple question. I don’t feel real right now. I did my job well, I think," Aleksey Fedorov of Russia.... Read More

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Women's High Jump Final

Marija Vukovic of Montenegro won that country's first athletics medal of any kind - and gave the assembled spectators their first listen of the Montenegran national anthem at that - when she cleared 1.91m in the High Jump.<br><br>

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News25 Jul 2010

Men's Triple Jump final

World season’s leader Aleksey Fedorov became the first Russian in 20 years to win the men’s World Junior Triple Jump title here in Moncton his second round 16.68m securing the win over Ernesto Revé of Cuba (16.47) and Omar Craddock of the USA (16.23).

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News25 Jul 2010

Men's Hammer Throw final - Flash Interviews

"The atmosphere was great, I was rested up, it all seemed to come together, so it felt good," Conor McCullough of the US.

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News25 Jul 2010

Women's 4x400m relay final - Flash Interviews

"When I got it in first, I was running. I didn’t want anybody to catch me. I thought, I’m going to bring it home, I’m going to bring in the&nbsp; gold. They handed it to me first, and I’m going to show them the respect I have for them not to lose this," Regina George of the US.

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News25 Jul 2010

Men's Hammer Throw Final

The duel between the top two junior hammer throwers this year, throwing second and first in the order, was joined immediately in the first round of throwing. Conor McCullough reached 77.59m in the first throw of competition, but his lead barely lasted minutes as Akos Hudi flung the 6kg ball and chain out to 78.37m.<br><br>

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News25 Jul 2010

Men's 4x400m relay final

The United States of America completed a sweep of all four relay titles here in Moncton as the men’s 4x400m team of Joshua Mance, Errol Nolan, David Verburg and Michael Berry clocked a new World Junior leading time 3:04.76.

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News25 Jul 2010

Men's 800m final - Flash Interviews

"It was not a very hard race. When we started racing&nbsp; my body showed me I could win this race. When we did the first round then the second round you could see the other strong people. And then my body showed me I could win the final," David Mutua of Kenya.

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News25 Jul 2010

Men's 110m Hurdles final - Flash Interviews

"It (my smile) has to be there after that race. I am happy. My race, well, I have to be honest, I have some regrets because at the 9th hurdle, there was contact between me and the American in lane 7, I think," Pascal Martinot-Lagarde of France.

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News25 Jul 2010

Women's 4x400m relay final

Team USA won the women’s 4x400m relay gold medal as a quartet of Daimond Dixon, Stacey-Ann Smith, Laura Roesler and Regina George clocked the season’s fastest time in the world this year at 3:31.20.

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News25 Jul 2010

Men's 800m Final

Kenya extended their total dominance of the men's distance events to include the middle distances as David Mutinda Mutua ran down the U.S. pair of Casimir Loxom and Robby Andrews on the 800m homestretch to complete a full set of gold medals. Kenya has not lost a men's event at 800m or longer here in Moncton.<br><br>

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News25 Jul 2010

Ndiku retains title as Kenyan Steeplechase tradition continues

Jonathan Muia Ndiku was a superb winner of the men’s 3000m Steeplechase final here in Moncton as the 19-year-old clocked 8:23.48, the four fastest junior time in the world this year to demolish the rest of the 12-man field.

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News25 Jul 2010

Men's 3000m Steeplechase final - Flash Interviews

"The race was very, very great. I’m so happy to win this race," Jonathan Muia Ndiku of Kenya.

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