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Tom Walsh

Aktuality

Statistiky Zlaté tretry 2005 (anglicky)

24.6.2005 | 20:23

SPECTATORS: 15 000

WEATHER: Rain the whole meeting, cold about 10 degrees, windy – the worst in recent history

TV COVERAGE: More than 120 countries in total

Live

  • TV 4 Sweden - TV4
  • Al Jazeera - Middle East
  • TVP Poland
  • Nat TV Bosnia
  • RTS Serbia
  • RTS Slovenia
  • STV Slovakia
  • Ring TV Bulgaria
  • Telesport Romania
  • Eurosport (live Eurosport 2, delayed Eurosport 1 three times)

Tape delayed

  • Hong Kong Cable
  • Starhub - Singapore
  • Fox Sports - Australia
  • DD Sports - India
  • TYC Sports - Argentina
  • World of Athletics
  • MNET - South Africa

News access:

  • EBU news
  • Reuters
  • SNTV

MEETING RECORDS:

  • 100 m 9.85 Asafa Powell, JAM (9th best time overall, „rain world record“)
  • 100 m 11.03 Ivet Lalova, BUL
  • 1000 m 2:40.48 Irina Krakoviak, LTU
  • 5000 m 15:01.78 Berhane Adere, ETH

WORLD LEADERS 2005:

  • Javelin Throw 88.84 Sergey Makarov, RUS (best result in the world since July 4 2003)
  • 1000 m 2:40.48 Irina Krakoviak, LTU

EUROPEAN LEADERS 2005:

  • 100 m 11.03 Ivet Lalova, BUL
  • 400m Hurdles 48.93 Jiri Muzik, CZE

NATIONAL RECORDS:

  • 1000 m 2:40.48 Irina Krakoviak, LTU
  • 400m Hurdles 56.94 Zuzana Hejnova, CZE (junior)

ALL-COMERS RECORDS:

  • 100 m 9.85 Asafa Powell, JAM (first sub 10 ever in CZE)
  • Javelin Throw 88.84 Sergey Makarov, RUS (2nd place, only Jan Zelezny had thrown farther in CZE)
  • 100 m 11.03 Ivet Lalova, BUL (3rd place)
  • 5000 m 15:01.78 Berhane Adere, ETH

Twenty marks into top ten of meeting history plus women 1000 m and 5000 m which were held for first time. More than twenty personal bests.

MEDIA PRESENT:

In total more than 130 media representatives from 10 countries. More than 60 written press, nearly 30 photographers, 10 radio and TV commentators, plus technical staff of host broadcaster. Worldwide agencies like Reuters and Asscociated Press were present. Also reporters of L´Equipe and Tages Anzeiger (SUI). International coverage included Track and Field News (USA), Sport (POL, Katowice), Lietuvos Zinios (LTU) and all main Slovak media.

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