Gina Lückenkemper and Malaika Mihambo convinced at the 25th International Anhalt Meeting in Dessau-Roßlau. The 26-year-old Lückenkemper ran the 100 meters in 11.04 seconds. "I'm super happy, this year is going to be super awesome. 11.04 seconds without a tailwind or headwind is great. But a ten before the decimal point is nice," said the European champion from Munich, who is now training in Florida advance was stopped at 10.98 seconds with an impermissible tailwind (2.3 m/s).
Second-placed Patrizia van der Weken from Luxembourg set a meeting and national record of 11.02 seconds with a tailwind of 1.3. In the final, she finished second with 11.10 seconds ahead of Canada's Khamica Bingham, who ran 11.25 seconds.
Long jump Olympic champion Malaika Mihambo from LG Kurpfalz continued her winning streak in Dessau-Roßlau. 6.66 meters in the last attempt was enough for victory. Whenever the 29-year-old won the Anhalt Meeting, she also won a major international title afterwards. Second was Mikaelle Assanie from Baden-Baden with 6.56 meters ahead of Lucie Kienast from LG Eintracht Frankfurt with 6.32 meters. "It would certainly have been more, it's always good if you still have reserves," said Mihambo.
For the men, Julian Wagner impressed in the 100-meter lead with a German annual best of 10.11 seconds. In the final he finished third in 10.23 seconds behind Poland's Dominik Kopec (10.05) and Munich's Yannik Wolf (10.20).
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