Sport EM in Munich: Discus thrower Vita celebrates the first medal
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The young royal and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed swimming heats, a hockey match and artistic gymnastics at the event in Birmingham.Charlotte made a rare solo public appearance with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who took their daughter to sporting venues across the host city of Birmingham and to an official event highlighting a programme supporting the next generation of athletes.
discus thrower Claudine Vita won the first medal at a large international championship. The athlete from SC Neubrandenburg won at the European Championships in Munich on Tuesday evening in front of around 40,000 spectators in the Bronze Olympic Stadium. «It was just an incredible competition. We came to the stadium, the hut was full and you knew right away: Okay, there will be a bomb atmosphere again tonight with all the German finals, »she told the internet portal athletics.de.
place ninth at the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2021, fifth place at the World Cup in Eugene a month ago - and now the greatest success. The 25-year-old achieved a season best with 65.20 meters. «I'm just glad that it worked. My goal was definitely a medal today. The color is then secondary. I knew about the super strong competition. »
Gold went to defending champion Sandra Perkovic from Croatia with 67.95 meters. The Potsdamer Kristin Pudenz took second place with 67.87 meters. "Kristin and I understand each other, and when it was clear that we both had a medal, I was just really happy," said Vita with a view to the final classification.
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