- Alex Wilson is in shape and how! The Swiss man directs the 100 meters at the Résisprint de La Chaux-de-Fonds in 10.08 seconds.
- Later, Wilson doubled and took the middle of the track as the first Swiss in 19.98 under 20 seconds.
- Salomé Kora also convinces: St. Gallen breaks the limits of the Olympic and World Championship more than 100 meters.
- Hurdler Kariem Hussein also shows a good performance.
At the Résisprint meeting in La Chaux-de-Fonds, the Swiss Sprint delegation was in the best shape. Alex Wilson established a new Swiss record in the 100-meter race. The Swiss ran the king away at 10.08 seconds and reduced their old mark for 3 hundredths of a second.
In the afternoon, the Swiss went through the middle of the lap even in a shovel and achieved it thanks to 19.98 seconds, being the first Swiss never inferior to the mark of 20 seconds. Wilson met the limits of the Olympics and the World Championship at both distances.
The young man of 28 years was surprised by his action after his two times. I did not think he was prepared at this stage of the season. "But I knew I had it in my legs. I had some problems with the beginning of last season, but now everything works," Wilson explained.
Kora with Olympic limit
With Salomé Kora, a second Swiss girl from the southwest of Switzerland could organize her work. The St. Gallen, 25, ran for 100 meters only in 11.21 seconds, breaking the limits of the World Cup and then putting 11.13 seconds behind. So he has fulfilled the Olympic boundaries.
Hussein less than 50 seconds
He also obtained a strong performance from Kariem Hussein. The hurdler only started in May after a long break of injuries in May and had its way up to now. At La Chaux-de-Fonds, for the first time in the season of less than 50 seconds, he managed to overcome the 400 meters obstacle in 49.74 seconds.
Issue: SRF two, updated, 30.06.2019, 19:00