Adia Budde breaks the World Cup standard in the 3000 meter hurdle

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Written By Maya Cantina

Seven. The first obstacle on the way to Lima has been overcome: at the Whitsun Sports Festival in Zeven, Adia Budde from Altenholz significantly beat the standard time for the U20 World Championships in August in Peru over the 3000 meter hurdle. In good running conditions, the 18-year-old beat the competition by more than 45 seconds, easily broke the World Cup standard (10:26 minutes) with a winning time of 9:51.00 minutes and not only improved her own U20 national record, but won also the North German title, which was awarded in their discipline as part of the Pentecost Sports Festival.

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9:51.00 minutes is the new national record for the U20s

Coach Karsten Ralfs was very satisfied with the performance of his protégé, which gave him the opportunity to plan the coming weeks in a relaxed manner. Because with the passage of time, Adia Budde has earned the right to participate in the German U20, U23 and Women’s Championships. The German U20 Championship at the end of July in Koblenz is crucial for World Cup qualification. The aim is to obtain one of the first two places for the nomination for the World Cup.

Further Kiel victories in Zeven were celebrated by Janne Petersen-Feddersen (Kieler TB) in the discus throw (45.25 meters) and sprinter Jakob Bauerschlag (KTB), who won the U18 competitions in both the 200 meters (22.25 seconds ) and won the 100 meters (11.00 seconds).


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