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Momodou



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Posted - 23 May 2021 :  21:58:11  Show Profile Send Momodou a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Gambian Gina Bass conquered World Athletics Meeting Internacional de Atletismo Andujar in Spain with gold in 100m with the meeting record of 11:27

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Momodou



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Posted - 11 Jun 2021 :  08:59:55  Show Profile Send Momodou a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Gina Bass Is Conquering Europe !!!

Silver Medal at the European Continental Tour in Prague on Monday in 200m with timing of 22.76.

Another Silver Medal today at the Marseille Meeting in France in 100m with season best of 11.21.

Congratulations Queen of the track !!!

In Prague - Namibia

Gina Bass lost the womenís 200m Gold Medal chase at the Prague Meeting to Christine Mboma. The Namibian set a new meet record at the Josef Odlozil Memorial in Prague on Monday evening when she won the 200m in 22,67 seconds.

Right from the beginning, Gina Bass took the lead with Beatrice Masilingi lying second, going into the home straight.

However, Mboma, who had a poor start, closed the gap on the leaders, and in a final surge, managed to pip Bass to the line.

Mboma gave a great final burst of speed to snatch the gold medal from Gina Bass of the Gambia, who came second in 22,76 seconds, while Mbomaís compatriot Beatrice Masilingi won the bronze medal in 22,82 seconds.

Her time was a new personal best and a new Namibian record, beating Masilingiís previous mark of 22,72 seconds that she set in Lusaka on 10 April this year.

She also set a new record for the meeting after breaking the previous record of 22,74 seconds that Stephanie Durst of the United States set in 2007.

The Namibiansí performances will raise their international profiles as they prepare for the Olympic Games next month.

A clear conscience fears no accusation - proverb from Sierra Leone
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