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European Athletics Championships 2018, Final Day, Live From Berlin
24th European Athletics Championships which are being held in Berlin from August 2nd to August 12th, are coming to the end. It is the tenth and final day today. Marathon medals in individual and team categories are already decided since the run was on this morning. Let's leave the drama on the marathon track for a separate story and focus on tonight's happening in the Olympic Stadium. Live now: warmup of the relays (source) Eight finals are scheduled with 4 x 100m relays having qualification rounds. Timetable for August 12th 2018 From Slovenian perspective, the most interesting event will be 3000m Steeplechase Women Final where our Maruša Mišmaš will try to get as close to the frontrunners as possible. She has run her season's best of 9:34.28 in the qualification round and has the 7th time of all the finalists. You can follow all the events live online on Eurovision Sports TV. The first events of the last evening, men's pole vault, start in half of an hour. Enjoy the final day, my friends.
Great Track and Field throws
The American Family Insurance ALL-USA Boys Track and Field Teams were coordinated by Fred Baer, founder of Track and Field Writers of America with selections by Jack Shepard, high school editor of Track and Field News. Criteria included ranking on USA TODAY Sports and Track and Field News national lists and the number of top performances, along with head-to-head competition during the regular season and in major postseason meets. Boys Track & Field Athlete of the Year: Mondo Duplantis, Lafayette Boys Track & Field Coach of the Year: Al Leslie, Saline EVENTS: Sprints | Hurdles and Decathlon | Distances | Jumps MORE: Second Team Athletes are listed alphabetically in each general event area. Races in meters unless noted. Field events in feet and inches. Here are the athletes selected in the throws (shot put, discus, hammer and javelin). Returning ALL-USA selections are denoted with asterisks (*). HSR = all-time U.S. high school record mark. w = wind-aided (more than 2.0 meters a second). i = performed indoors. * = repeat All-USA performer.