Asher-Smith Shines Bright at INIT Indoor Meeting Karlsruhe Messehalle
Dina Asher-Smith beat American Sha'Carri Richardson and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce in Sunday's (23 May) Gateshead Diamond League women's 100m clash.
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Belgrade Indoor Meeting (WIT Silver) organizers have released the final entry lists for the event, featuring notable athletes. Dina Asher-Smith is the primary star in the 60m event.

Along with previously announced athletes Filip Mihaljevic, Armin Sinancevic, and Asmir Kolasinac, the event will include Roman Kokoshko of Ukraine and Leonardo Fabbri of Italy, who hold the third and fourth positions in the world list for the season.

In the 1500m event, Elzan Bibic aims to confirm his excellent form against Istvan Szogi of Hungary. The women’s hurdles will see Greta Kerekes, a Serbian athlete, competing. The 400m event could feature a fierce competition between Camille Laus of Belgium and Tereza Petrzilkova of the Czech Republic.

Gustav Lundholm Nielsen of Denmark, the recent Nordekampen winner, leads the men’s 400m.

Japan’s Ryuichiro Sakai will add to the high-quality European line-up in the 60m event. There are also two local talents, Angelina Topic in the high jump and Milica Gardasevic in the long jump, to watch out for.

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