Competition ”Children for Peace in the World” which is organised by Sarajevo Ski Club, will be opened on 8 February on the Bjelašnica Mountain in Babin do.Program of races on main ski lane on the Bjelašnica starts on Saturday and Sunday (9-10 February) at 9 a.m., and winners will be known on Sunday at 1 p.m.More than 80 children from Serbia, Montenegro, Poland, Latvia and BiH will participate at this competition.Competition ”Children for Peace in the World” is being held in 11 countries.This event is of great social importance and it doesn’t talk just to athletes and fans of sport but to all those interested in future of children.
12324302Mahiedine MEKHISSIFRA8:26.32 Q OSRANKBIBHEATATHLETERESULTS 1126843Conseslus KIPRUTOKEN8:21.40 Q 2230143Jacob ARAPTANYUGA8:21.53 Q 10226832Brimin Kiprop KIPRUTOKEN8:26.25 Q 13621303Altobeli DA SILVABRA8:26.59 q 23993Tafese SEBOKAETHDQ 28823891Hailemariyam AMAREETH8:35.01 301120132Bilal TABTIALG8:38.87 8326781Ezekiel KEMBOIKEN8:25.51 Q 401323503Fernando CARROESP8:53.17 3330553Donald CABRALUSA8:21.96 Q 371320921Jeroen D’HOEDTBEL8:48.29 29943Tarik Langat AKDAGTURDNF 9130762Evan JAGERUSA8:25.86 Q *****It has been disappointing so far, but Uganda’s search for glory at the Games of the XXXI Olympiad continues Monday with the steeplechase runners seeking a place in the final.Benjamin Kiplagat and Jacob Araptany will run in heat 1 and 3 in a race that is dominated by the Kenyans. Even before the final, it looks already like the battle will be for any other medal – if any at all – other than gold.For the last 36 years, the Kenyans have won gold in the 3000m steeplechase, and in 1992 and 2004, made it a 1-2-3.Led by defending champion Ezekiel Kemboi, their stars include former junior champion Conseslus Kipruto who has the year’s season’s best of 8:00.12.Uganda’s best steeplechase runner Kiplagat will have to clock his best ever time of 8:03.81 to challenge them, but he first must qualify for the final. His best performance was five years ago in 2010, and with a season best of 8:20.35, the 27-year-old will hope for a performance that gets him one of the best finishers places.The top 3 in each heat, and six best finishers in the 3 heats makes the final.Cheptegei best Ugandan so farUganda’s best performance so far has come from 19-year-old Joshua Cheptegei who finished 10th in the 10,000m final that won was Britain’s Mo Farah. He gets another shot when he runs his favourite race, the 5000m.Other notable performances have come from Peruth Chemutai in finishing 7th, and getting a 17th ranking with a personal best in her steeplechase heat while marathoner Adero Nyakisi could only manage 68th. Juliet Chekwel would have had a better result if she had finished the 10,000m final.The boxers failed to make any impact in the preliminary rounds, same as the swimmers.Monday August 15 Men’s 3000m steeplechase round 1 – 4.25pmBenjamin Kiplagat and Jacob AraptanyTuesday August 16 Women’s 5000m round 1 – 3.30pmJuliet Chekwel and Stella ChesangMen’s 1500m round 1 – 4-30pmRonald MusagalaWed August 17 Men’s 5000m round 1 – 4.05pmJacob Kiplimo, Phillip Kipyego and Joshua Kiprui CheptegeiWomen’s 800m round 1 – 4.55pmHalimah Nakaayi and Winnie NanyondoMen’s Steeplechase final – Jacob AraptanyThursday August 18 Men’s 1500m semifinal – Ronald MusagalaWomen 800m semifinalFriday August 19 Women’s 5000m finalSaturday August 20 Men’s 1500m finalWomen’s 800m finalMen’s 5000m final 3.30pmJacob Kiplimo, Phillip Kipyego and Joshua Kiprui CheptegeiSunday August 21 Men’s Marathon final 3.30pmSolomon Mutai, Jackson Kiprop and Stephen Kiprotich 26922053Taylor MILNECAN8:34.38 19630161Benjamin KIPLAGATUGA8:30.76 INTO FINAL ON WEDNESDAY: France’s Yoann Kowal (L), USA’s Donald Cabral (C) and Uganda’s Jacob Araptany (2ndR) compete in the Men’s 3000m Steeplechase Round 1 during the athletics event at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium in Rio de Janeiro on August 15, 2016. PHOTO AFPWed August 17 Men’s 5000m round 1 – 4.05pmJacob Kiplimo, Phillip Kipyego and Joshua Kiprui CheptegeiWomen’s 800m round 1 – 4.55pmHalimah Nakaayi and Winnie NanyondoMen’s Steeplechase final – Jacob AraptanyJacob Araptany finished 2nd in his heat on Monday to qualify for Wednesday’s 3000m steeplechase final.Araptany led most of the way as he clocked the 2nd fastest time of the heats and a season best for him of 8:21.53.Conseslus Kipruto won the third heat in the fastest time of the round, 8:21.40, behind early pacemaking from Morocco’s Hicham Sigueni and Uganda’s Araptany.Half the qualifiers came from this fastest heat, with Tunisia’s Amor ben Yahia and France’s Yoann Kowal both clocking times (8:23.12 and 8:23.49 respectively) faster than the winners of the other two heats.His senior Benjamin Kiplagat finished 6th in his heat, 19th overall, and failed to get one of the six places for the best losers. 18621722John Kibet KOECHBRN8:28.81 351323792Kaur KIVISTIKEST8:44.25 251022112Chris WINTERCAN8:33.95 15527432Hamid EZZINEMAR8:27.69 q 11422001Matthew HUGHESCAN8:26.27 q 29921671Nelson Kipkosgei CHERUTICHBRN8:35.87 22931202José PEÑAVEN8:32.38 391223153Mohamed ISMAIL IBRAHIMDJI8:53.10 17523641Sebastián MARTOSESP8:28.44 4429903Amor BEN YAHIATUN8:23.12 q 6130521Hillary BORUSA8:25.01 Q 411421831Mitko TSENOVBUL8:54.79 5524253Yoann KOWALFRA8:23.49 q 14423402Yemane HAILESELASSIEERI8:26.72 q 421523662Abdelaziz MERZOUGUIESP9:03.40 7227401Soufiane ELBAKKALIMAR8:25.17 Q 341225942Abdoullah BAMOUSSAITA8:42.81 24820033Hicham BOUCHICHAALG8:33.61 23729951Halil AKKASTUR8:33.12 16727483Hicham SIGUENIMAR8:27.82 20723912Chala BEYOETH8:32.06 311123123Ole HESSELBJERGDEN8:40.08 20101Ali MESSAOUDIALGDQ 331126581Kazuya SHIOJIRIJPN8:40.98 361224671Rob MULLETTGBR8:48.19 321025991Yuri FLORIANIITA8:40.80 271028593Krystian ZALEWSKIPOL8:34.52 381429462Abdalla TARGANSUD8:52.20 21830052Aras KAYATUR8:32.35 Share on: WhatsApp