Stockholm Recap: Adam Kszczot Grabs Big Win in 800; Hiwot Ayalew Keeps On Winning in Women’s Steeple

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By LetsRun.com

August 21, 2014

The Diamond League returned on Thursday after a month-long break and now the action comes thick and fast as there are three meets in an eight-day span. The first of those was the DN Galan in Stockholm, which featured a world lead in the men’s 5000 after Galen Rupp went for it and a win by Jenny Simpson in the women’s 1500. We’ve recapped those two races separately and linked to them in the previous sentence.

There was plenty of other action on the track and in the infield, highlighted by Adam Kszczot‘s win in the men’s 800. Emma Coburn couldn’t make it five PRs out of five race on the DL circuit this year in the steeple, but still ran well to take third in a race won by Ethiopia’s Hiwot Ayalew. The 100 was won in 9.96 by Nesta Carter after Michael Rodgers was DQ’d for a false start, while Queen Harrison won the 100 hurdles after Olympic champ Sally Pearson was also DQ’d (those were not the only issues with the starters as the women’s steeplechase took three attempts before it could start properly). In the field events, Reese Hoffa won the men’s shot put while world record holder Renaud Lavillenie no-heighted in the pole vault and lost his 20-meet win streak. We recap it all with results below.

Full results

Men’s 800: Adam Kszczot takes down Nijel Amos and Ayanleh Souleiman

Newly-minted European 800 champ Adam Kszczot of Poland stayed hot and was the class of the men’s 800 field tonight in Stockholm as he pulled away from Ayanleh Souleiman over the final 200 and got the win with a negative-split 1:45.25, taking down 2014 world #1 Nijel Amos in the process. Souleiman was second in 1:45.49 with Marcin Lewandowski of Poland third in 1:45.76. Amos let up at the line and ended up fifth in 1:46.04 as Pierre-Ambroise Bosse was fourth in 1:45.95

The Race

On a cool, low-60 degree day, quite a few competitors decided to wear T-shirts under their racing singlets. Thus it wasn’t a big surprise that no one was interested in going with the rabbit Bram Som as he hit 400 in 52.49.

The field wasn’t too far behind though as they hit 400 in right around 53 flat. In terms of the actual racers, Kszczot led with Amos on his shoulder and Souleiman two spots behind Amos.

Midway through the backstretch, Souleiman moved up past Amos and pulled up outside of Kszczot just before 600 was reached in 1:19.78. Souleiman actually was a tiny bit ahead of Kszczot at the 590 mark but never far enough ahead to move in on Kszczot, who responded and accelerated on the turn. Coming off the turn, Kszczot led by a couple of meters over Souleiman and he’d maintain the gap all the way to the finish line.

Farther behind, Amos moved wide coming off the turn but his normal end-of-the race surge wasn’t there.

Results and quick takes below

RANKATHLETENATIONRESULTDIAMOND POINTSDIAMOND RANKING
1
POL
1:45.25
4
3
2
DJI
1:45.49
2
7
3
POL
1:45.76
1
11
4
FRA
1:45.95
5
BOT
1:46.04
6
2
6
DEN
1:46.59
7
SWE
1:47.54
8
KEN
1:47.93
CUB
DNF
1
11
NED
DNF
Intermediate times:
400m SOM, Bram (NED) 52.49
600mvKSZCZOT, Adam (POL) 1:19.78

Quick Take #1: This was a big and impressive win for Adam Kszczot.

Running 1:45.25 off a 53 flat first 400 isn’t easy. His final lap was 52.3 and his final 200 was a stellar 25.47.Splits like that remind us why he won Europeans in dominant fashion.

Quick Take #2: The DL final just got real interesting.

Here are the DL men’s 800 standings entering the DL final in Zurich next Thursday.

1 RUDISHA David KEN 8
2 AMOS Nijel BOT 6
3 BIWOTT Robert KEN 4
3 KIPROP Asbel KEN 4
3 KSZCZOT Adam POL 4

In the DL final, the points are doubled so it’s 8 for the win, 4 for second and two for third. What does that mean? Well it means that whoever wins the DL final – whether it’s Rudisha, Amos, Kiprop or Kszczot – will be your DL points ($40,000) winner for 2014. And yes, all of them are entered (Biwott isn’t). It should be great.

Quick Take #3: Maybe Nijel Amos’ kryptonite is cool weather.

Amos simply didn’t look good over the final 200 in this one. The guy who has looked unbeatable for much of the year looked ordinary at the end of this one.

Remember when people said David Rudisha didn’t do well in rain? Maybe Amos doesn’t do well in cool conditions (though he did beat Rudisha on a cool day in the Commonwealth Games final).

Women’s 3000 steeplechase: Hiwot Ayalew wins again as Emma Coburn is third

Hiwot Ayalew’s domination of the steeplechase continued as she won her fifth straight steeple in 9:17.04. Once again, American Emma Coburn led much of the race, but it was clear after a 3:11 second kilometer that she wasn’t quite as sharp as her last steeple, when she set the American record in Glasgow on July 12. Coburn would fall off over the final lap and finish third in 9:20.31.

The Race

Ayalew Leads

Ayalew Leads

Rabbit Birkutan Fente was tasked with an aggressive pace of 3:02/kilometer (9:06 pace) and though she went out slightly slower than that (3:04 at 1k), even the aggressive Coburn had given her a cushion at the front of the pack. After two laps, American Ashley Higginson and Morocco’s SalimaEl Ouali Alami were running in second and third behind Coburn with a gap to the main pack. Eventually Ayalew caught up to Coburn and those two began to separate from the field.

Once the rabbit dropped out, Coburn assumed the lead but the pace slowed considerably as they came through 2k in 6:15. That allowed Tunisia’s Habiba Ghribi to catch them, with Ethiopia’s world bronze medallist Sofia Assefa and 22-year-old Kenyan Hyvin Kiyeng a few meters back.

As the leaders headed into the penultimate water jump, Ayalew passed Coburn for the lead, followed closely by Ghribi, who moved up into second. Those three were all still close at the bell, but Ayalew and Ghribi started to pull away on the final lap. Ghribi tried to get around Ayalew on the back stretch but couldn’t pass until the start of the final turn. However, Ayalew took the lead right back before entering the home stretch and had a lead of a step or two by the final barrier. She would extend that lead to the finish line as she won in 9:17.04 with a final lap of 68.68. Ghribi ran 9:18.39 for second, a season’s best by 23 seconds, while Coburn held off Assefa for third.

Results and quick takes below

RANKATHLETENATIONRESULTDIAMOND POINTSDIAMOND RANKING
1
ETH
9:17.04
15
1
img
2
TUN
9:18.39
SB
2
4
3
USA
9:20.31
10
3
4
ETH
9:22.02
11
2
5
KEN
9:24.03
6
BLR
9:30.54
PB
7
MAR
9:32.53
8
USA
9:33.89
9
SWE
9:35.74
10
KEN
9:36.67
1
6
11
ETH
9:40.84
12
ETH
9:50.60
13
UAE
9:53.19
NR
14
AUS
10:05.43
ETH
DNF
Intermediate times:
1000m ALEMU, Birtukan Fente (ETH) 3:04.51
2000m COBURN, Emma (USA) 6:15.46

Quick Take #1: All things considered, this was probably Coburn’s worst steeple of 2014, and that’s amazing.

Before this year, Coburn had never placed higher than eighth in a Diamond League race and her PR was 9:23. The fact that she placed third and ran 9:20 in her worst race of the year shows you just how far she’s come in 2014.

Coburn has made leading look easy this year and while it’s a bit easier in the steeple than the 1500 or the 5k, it’s still a tough thing to do week after week. She was a little bit behind PR pace at 1k (around 3:05) and after a 3:11 second kilometer, it was clear another American record was not in the cards. Coburn battled hard and didn’t get gapped until the final lap, still managing to beat Assefa, but Ayalew and Ghribi simply had more in the tank over the last 400. She still has a shot at the Diamond Race title (she’s third with 10, behind Assefa with 11 and Ayalew with 15) but it will be tough for her to overcome Ayalew in the finale (Ayalew can place second and still win the title).

Quick Take #2: Ayalew keeps the hot streak going.

Ayalew has six wins in a row now and hasn’t lost since she was second at the Pre Classic in May. Ghribi gave her all she could handle today but, as she was in wins over Coburn in Paris and Glasgow, Ayalew was better over the final barriers and that gave her the gap she needed to pull away for the win.

Quick Take #3: Habiba Ghribi is back.

Ghribi hadn’t done anything in 2014 to suggest that she’d finish second (and almost first), with a season best of just 9:41 (she ran 9:18 today). But this was hardly an uncharacteristic performance as Ghribi won silver medals at Worlds in 2011 and the Olympics in 2012 and has a PR of 9:08 (#7 all-time). She missed almost all of 2013 and took three months to get going this year but it appears that Ghribi is once again among the world’s best in the steeple.

Men’s “B” 800: Leo Manzano Gets 1:46 Win Over World Junior Champ Alfred Kipketer

We don’t cover a lot of “B” races in Europe but this one featured 3:30 1500 man/U.S. champ Leo Manzano and World Junior 800m champ Alfred Kipketer (who has run 1:43.95). Leo got the nice win here in 1:46.60. Leo’s been running great of late.

In case you forgot (we did) Leo ran 1:44.56 in 2010.

RANKATHLETENATIONRESULT
1MANZANO LeonelUSA1:46.60
2KIPKETER AlfredKEN1:46.69
3BALLA Musaeb AbdulrahmanQAT1:46.97
4ROGESTEDT JohanSWE1:47.26
5INGEBRIGTSEN HenrikNOR1:49.17
6TORRENCE DavidUSA1:49.29
7GUNNARSSON RickardSWE1:49.66
8LEVAY WilliamSWE1:49.70
9HAIRANE JamalQAT1:52.39
BETT ReubenKENDNF
SVENSSON JohanSWEDNS

Intermediate times:

400m BETT, Reuben (KEN) 50.33

Men’s 1500

There was also a non-DL men’s 1500 featuring Americans Ahmed BileDorian Ulrey and Tommy Schmitz, though it didn’t go particularly fast, with Norway’s Filip Ingebrigtsen (Henrik’s younger brother) getting the win in 3:42.71.

RANKATHLETENATIONRESULT
1
NOR
3:42.71
2
QAT
3:44.86
SB
3
SWE
3:45.04
4
AUS
3:45.09
5
USA
3:45.28
6
MARTTINEN Riku
FIN
3:45.30
7
USA
3:46.31
8
EK Staffan
SWE
3:47.38
9
SWE
3:52.98
SB
10
SCHMITZ Tommy
USA
3:53.14
11
DURÉN Joel
SWE
4:00.77
DEN
DNF
SWE
DNF
SWE
DNF
IRL
DNF
USA
DNS
Intermediate times:
400m HOLMBLAD, Alexander (SWE) 55.51
800m BUENO, Andreas (DEN) 1:55.67
1200m DRIOUCH, Hamza (QAT) 2:56.39

Women’s 200: Felix Comes from Behind to Win

After a fast start by Jeneba Tarmoh, Tori Bowie had the lead for most of the race but Allyson Felix got the win over the final 20 in 22.85 to Bowie’s 22.91 in cool, low-60 degree temperatures.

Video for US visitors:

Wind:+0.4
RANKATHLETENATIONRESULTREACTION TIMEDIAMOND POINTSDIAMOND RANKING
1
USA
22.85
0.165
13
1
img
2
USA
22.91
0.159
6
3
3
USA
23.19
0.166
1
7
4
USA
23.29
0.159
5
UKR
23.53
0.186
6
SWE
23.61
0.160
7
FIN
23.76
0.156
JAM
DQ
R 163.3a
0.161

Women’s 100 hurdles: Pearson DQd, Queen Harrison Wins

Olympic champ Sally Pearson was DQ’d for a false start and didn’t get to run.

Midway through the race, Dawn Harper-Nelson had a slight lead over Queen Harrison but Harper-Nelson hit the sixth hurdle which caused her to lose all momentum getting over the seventh hurdle. As Harper-Nelson faded, Harrison won going away in 12.66. Harrison clinched the DL title with the result.

Video for USA Visitors

QT: Something was wrong with the starter/starting equipment all night. The runners were being held in the blocks for a long time, asking to stand up, etc. Sally Pearson is a big name in the sport, and it would seem to be best if she could have run, but perhaps not acquired Diamond League points for her race because of the false start. The sport needs its stars competing.

Wind:+1.4
RANKATHLETENATIONRESULTREACTION TIMEDIAMOND POINTSDIAMOND RANKING
1
USA
12.66
0.211
15
1
img
2
USA
12.96
0.177
2
5
3
USA
12.99
0.136
9
2
4
GER
13.00
0.161
5
BLR
13.07
0.154
6
GER
13.20
0.217
FRA
DNF
0.173
AUS
DQ
R 162.7
1
6

 

Men’s 100: Nesta Carter Sub 10

The fastest man in the field on the year, Mike Rodgers (9.91), was DQ’d for a false start.

After that, the race belonged squarely to Nesta Carter who won in seasonal best of 9.96 as Keston Bledman was second in 10.10 with Britain’s 9.96 man Chijindu Ujah third in 10.11.

The nice 2.0 m/s tail wind helped but the cool, low-60s temps did not.

Video for USA visitors:

Quick Take #1: This race needed more star power.

No Usain Bolt, no Tyson Gay and no Justin Gatlin means no fast times even with a big tailwind. Gatlin wasn’t invited to the meet because of his doping history, but Gay and especially Bolt have no excuse (though it’s possible Gay wasn’t invited for the same reason as Gatlin). Yohan Blake has been hurt and a shell of himself this year and after him and the guys already listed, there’s really not much else in the 100 right now.

Wind:+2.0
RANKATHLETENATIONRESULTREACTION TIMEDIAMOND POINTSDIAMOND RANKING
1
JAM
9.96
SB
0.159
7
3
2
TTO
10.09
0.146
2
7
3
GBR
10.10
0.148
1
8
4
JAM
10.10
0.138
4
5
5
GBR
10.20
0.139
6
NOR
10.33
0.152
7
SWE
10.47
0.156
USA
DQ
R 162.7
9
1
img

Women’s 400: Novlene Williams Mills over SRR

Commonwealth Games silver medallist Novlene Williams-Mills held off Sanya Richards-Ross to get the win in 50.09 seconds. Natasha Hastings took this one out very hard but Williams-Mills passed her at the start of the final turn and had a slight lead over U.S. champ and world leader Francena McCorory with 100 to go.But it was Olympic champ Richards-Ross who made the move on the home stretch, furiously trying to reel in Williams-Mills for the win. Richards-Ross just ran out of track and had to settle for second in 50.27 as Williams-Mills clinched the Diamond Race title with her 4th DL win of the year.

RANKATHLETENATIONRESULTREACTION TIMEDIAMOND POINTSDIAMOND RANKING
1
JAM
50.09
0.218
18
1
img
2
USA
50.27
0.147
8
2
3
USA
50.65
0.191
7
3
4
JAM
51.01
0.155
4
4
5
JAM
52.03
0.155
6
USA
52.04
0.154
2
6
7
ESP
52.70
0.195
8
SWE
54.95
0.255

 

Men’s 400 hurdles: Tinsley Wins

Javier Culson had the lead coming off the final turn but there was no stopping Michael Tinsley over the final 50 as he got the win in 49.60. In the process, Tinsley took the DL points lead over Culson as Tinsley leads 17 to 15 heading into the DL final.

RANKATHLETENATIONRESULTREACTION TIMEDIAMOND POINTSDIAMOND RANKING
1
USA
49.60
0.160
17
1
img
2
PUR
49.84
0.196
15
2
3
TTO
50.13
0.197
1
6
4
RSA
50.18
0.171
4
3
5
EST
50.42
0.206
6
JAM
51.09
0.216
7
DOM
51.68
0.228
8
SWE
52.62
0.140

Women’s discus: Perkovic Wins

World champ Sandra Perkovic of Croatia got the win with a heave of 66.74

RANKATHLETENATIONRESULT
WIND
DIAMOND POINTSDIAMOND RANKING1.2.3.4.5.6.
1
CRO
66.74
22
1
img
58.54
x
66.27
66.74
65.60
x
2
AUS
65.70
7
3
63.15
63.46
63.50
65.70
x
64.70
3
USA
65.21
9
2
x
60.07
65.21
x
x
63.33
4
FRA
63.79
1
5
59.10
62.21
61.55
63.79
62.20
62.91
5
GER
63.56
2
4
63.56
x
60.06
60.97
61.82
x
6
GER
62.28
58.53
x
58.69
62.28
x
58.87
7
GER
60.48
58.20
x
x
59.48
x
60.48
8
FIN
58.63
57.52
54.53
x
x
57.25
58.63
9
SWE
53.20
53.20
x
x



10
SWE
49.12
x
49.12
x

Women’s long jump: Bartoletta Wins on Final Jump

Tianna Bartoletta — who won the 100 at USAs earlier this year — uncorked a 6.98 final jump to steal the win from France’s European champ Eloyse Lesueur. Brittney Reese, winner of the last four global titles, was just fourth.

RANKATHLETENATIONRESULT
WIND
DIAMOND POINTSDIAMOND RANKING1.2.3.4.5.6.
1
USA
6.98
+2.3
12
1
img
6.62
(+0.6)
6.70
(+2.6)
x
(+2.2)
6.66
(+2.0)
6.67
(+0.9)
6.98
(+2.3)
2
FRA
6.94
+2.6
7
3
6.59
(+1.0)
6.94
(+2.6)
6.56
(+1.0)
x
(+1.1)
6.50
(+2.8)

3
SRB
6.61
+1.4
8
2
6.52
(+1.0)
6.51
(+2.6)
6.61
(+1.4)
6.51
(+3.1)
6.43
(+1.8)
6.51
(+0.9)
4
USA
6.60
+0.4
2
6
6.50
(+0.2)
6.49
(+0.4)
6.60
(+0.4)
x
(+1.9)
6.25
(+1.5)
x
(+0.3)
5
SWE
6.53
+1.4
6.46
(+0.8)
6.42
(+0.8)
6.48
(+2.0)
6.37
(+0.3)
6.53
(+1.4)
x
(+2.0)
6
GER
6.50
+1.0
x
(+0.7)
6.13
(+1.3)
6.49
(+3.1)
6.36
(+1.6)
6.50
(+1.0)
x
(+1.0)
7
LAT
6.48
+1.8
6.48
(+1.8)
6.37
(+2.1)
x
(-0.3)
6.41
(+0.1)
6.44
(+0.2)
6.41
(+1.1)
8
RUS
6.28
+1.6
2
6
6.24
(+2.5)
6.11
(+1.9)
6.09
(+1.3)
6.25
(+1.8)
6.24
(+1.8)
6.28
(+1.6)
9
GER
6.24
-0.4
1
9
x
(+1.3)
6.24
(-0.4)
6.00
(+1.3)



10
USA
6.10
+0.9
1
9
x
(+0.7)
6.10
(+0.9)
6.09
(+2.1)

Men’s shot put: Hoffa Wins

American Reese Hoffa threw 21.06 to seize the lead from David Storl of Germany on the 5th throw. Kiwi youngster Tom Walsh then nipped Storl for 2nd on the final throw. Storl will have to win the DL final if he wants to have any chance of catching Hoffa in the DL standings.

RANKATHLETENATIONRESULT
WIND
DIAMOND POINTSDIAMOND RANKING1.2.3.4.5.6.
1
USA
21.06
15
1
img
20.71
20.38
20.55
20.54
21.06
x
2
NZL
20.79
3
5
20.50
20.04
19.90
x
x
20.79
3
GER
20.77
9
2
20.03
20.00
20.77
x
20.12
x
4
USA
20.67
8
3
19.50
x
20.08
x
x
20.67
5
JAM
20.46
20.46
20.42
x
20.01
x
x
6
USA
20.39
1
6
19.29
19.29
20.39
x
x
x
7
USA
20.38
5
4
20.00
20.00
20.05
20.22
20.08
20.38
8
ESP
20.02
19.93
20.02
x
19.57
x
20.02
9
POL
19.79
19.73
19.79
19.59



10
SWE
19.01
18.56
18.66
19.01

Men’s pole vault: Lavillenie’s 20 Meet Win Streak Ends

World record holder Renaud Lavillenie’s 20-meet win streak is over as he waited until the bar reached 5.60 meters to come in and missed all three attempts. It was windy in Stockholm and poor conditions for vaulting as there were only 11 clearances in the 10-man competition. Lavillenie was one of five athletes who no-heighted.

The winner was Greece’s Konstantinos Filippidis who was World Indoor champion but is only #31 on the world list outdoors.

RANKATHLETENATIONRESULTDIAMOND POINTSDIAMOND RANKING5.305.455.605.70
1
GRE
5.60
7
2
o
xo
o
xxx
2
POL
5.60
2
5
xo
xo
o
xxx
3
CHN
5.60
2
5
o
xo
xxx
4
SWE
5.45
o
xo
xxx
5
POL
5.30
o
xxx
BRA
NM
4
3
xxx
USA
NM
xxx
CZE
NM
1
9
xxx
FRA
NM
20
1
img
xxx
FRA
NM
3
4
xxx

Men’s long jump

South Africa’s Godfrey Mokoena took the win in a season’s best of 8.09 meters while DL leader and U.S. champ Jeff Henderson was just eighth with 7.78m.

RANKATHLETENATIONRESULT
WIND
DIAMOND POINTSDIAMOND RANKING1.2.3.4.5.6.
1
RSA
8.09
+1.2
SB
4
4
7.84
(+0.3)
8.09
(+1.2)
8.05
(+1.4)
7.76
(+0.4)
7.96
(+1.2)
8.00
(+0.8)
2
NED
8.04
+0.8
5
2
7.84
(+1.1)
7.93
(+0.8)
7.62
(+0.4)
7.85
(+1.9)
8.04
(+0.8)
x
(+0.4)
3
SWE
8.03
+0.6
1
9
8.03
(+0.6)
7.91
(+1.8)
7.81
(+0.3)
7.72
(+0.9)
8.02
(+1.5)
x
(+0.8)
4
RSA
7.98
+2.2
7.62
(+0.7)
7.68
(+1.6)
7.84
(-0.7)
7.96
(+0.6)
7.91
(+1.2)
7.98
(+2.2)
5
CHN
7.94
-0.2
5
2
x
(+0.4)
7.94
(-0.2)
x
(+0.3)
x
(+2.4)
x
(+1.0)
x
(+0.7)
6
FIN
7.92
+2.0
PB
7.61
(+1.2)
7.51
(+1.9)
7.84
(+2.1)
7.77
(+2.1)
7.74
(0.0)
7.92
(+2.0)
7
BRA
7.88
+1.3
=SB
7.68
(0.0)
7.82
(+1.2)
7.73
(+1.5)
7.79
(+1.0)
x
(+1.6)
7.88
(+1.3)
8
USA
7.78
+0.3
8
1
img
7.72
(+2.0)
7.78
(+0.3)
1.65
(+1.1)
7.53
(+0.9)
7.57
(+1.8)
x
(+2.6)
9
USA
7.54
+1.2
7.54
(+1.2)
x
(+1.4)
x
(+1.6)



SWE
NM
x
(+1.8)
x
(+2.3)
x
(+2.5)

Women’s high jump

The rain did not help the competitors here as Mariya Kuchina won with a very modest 1.94.

RANKATHLETENATIONRESULTDIAMOND POINTSDIAMOND RANKING1.801.851.901.941.98
1
RUS
1.94
10
1
img
o
xo
xo
xxx
2
LTU
1.94
2
7
o
o
xo
xxo
xxx
3
ESP
1.90
3
6
o
xo
xxx
3
CRO
1.90
8
3
o
o
xo
xxx
5
ITA
1.90
=SB
o
xo
xxo
xxx
6
NOR
1.85
o
o
xxx
6
POL
1.85
2
7
o
o
xxx
8
SWE
1.85
xo
xxx
8
GER
1.85
o
xo
xxx
10
UKR
1.80
o
xxx

Men’s javelin

The wind helped one person as Finland’s European champ Antti Ruuskanen just missed his PR of 88.01. He threw 87.24 on his second attempt and passed on his final three as no one else would come within two meters. The DL title is very much up for grabs as three guys are tied on 8 points with another just behind with 7.

RANKATHLETENATIONRESULT
WIND
DIAMOND POINTSDIAMOND RANKING1.2.3.4.5.6.
1
FIN
87.24
4
5
83.76
87.24
84.56



2
GER
85.12
7
4
85.12
x
83.03
81.53
78.28
81.78
3
FIN
84.73
8
2
76.87
80.19
x
82.18
84.73
x
4
KEN
84.67
2
6
82.43
84.67
83.78
x
x
x
5
EGY
84.58
8
1
img
84.58
x
x
x
83.17
83.13
6
TTO
84.27
83.70
84.27
80.11
x
80.72
80.24
7
FIN
79.99
79.99
76.78
x
74.16
x
x
8
GER
77.67
77.67
x
77.06
x
71.25
75.97
9
CZE
76.42
8
2
75.53
76.42
75.40