'Impossible' World Records of Warholm and Europe for Ingebrigtsen!
Well, we can affirm that it is not the same as living it with the stands full to overflowing and listening to the background atmosphere, but what a late-night they have left us the 'Impossible Games' in Oslo (renamed in honor of the first stage of the Diamond League (Bislett Games). Ehe great protagonist has been Karsten Warholm, who was looking for the World Record of the non-homologable 300 meters and not only has he achieved it, but has also crushed it.
The mark to beat was Chris Rawlinson's 34.48 and the Norwegian star (he often has this country, little but of a supreme quality) has stopped the clock at 33.78. World record for a Warholm that has a personal mark of 21:09 in the 200 and 46.92 in the 400 hurdles.
The afternoon continued with another real highlight, such as the duel between the Ingebrigtsen team, made up of brothers Henrik, Jakob and Filip, and the Cheruiyot team, made up of Timothy, Manangoi and Kibet. There has been no color, since the youngest of the Ingebrigtsen has proven to be at a very high level, much better than its Kenyan rivals. Jakob has stopped the clock at 4.50.04, Europe's record of 2,000 meters (the appointment was disputed over that distance, which we have not previously mentioned). The adverse climate has not helped the Africans in Nairobi (the competition was held in parallel in Oslo and the Kenyan capital).