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What’s on this week? Five World Athletics Indoor Tour Silver meetings to be streamed live

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  • What’s on this week? Five World Athletics Indoor Tour Silver meetings to be streamed live

No fewer than five World Athletics Indoor Tour Silver meetings in Europe will be streamed live on the European Athletics YouTube and Facebook channels this week. 

Here’s your handy guide for how to watch each meeting and a run down of some of the names in action

Meeting Mondeville (World Athletics Indoor Tour Silver) 

The women’s pole vault will be one of the highlights in Mondeville, featuring 2021 European indoor champion Angelica Moser along with Slovenia’s multiple European medallist Tina Sutej, French record-holder Ninon Chapelle and Canada’s Alysha Newman - all of whom have lifetime bests of 4.75m or higher.

The horizontal jumps also boast plenty of interest. World U20 champion Erwan Konate faces Indian record-holder Jeswin Aldred in the long jump and reigning European indoor champion Tugba Danismaz from Türkiye features in a women’s triple jump field headed by Cubans Leyanis Perez and Liadagmis Povea.

Beskydska latka High Jump Meeting, Trinec (World Athletics Indoor Tour Silver)

Seven athletes with lifetime bests of 2.30m or higher have been assembled for the men’s high jump including European outdoor silver medallist Tobias Potye from Germany and Poland’s Norbert Kobielski. 

International opposition will be provided by the likes of Cuba’s Luis Enrique Zayas and Syria’s former world bronze medallist Majd Eddin Ghazal who has ownership of the best lifetime with 2.36m. 

A wide open women’s competition features former European indoor bronze medallist Ella Junnila and Uzbekistan’s Asian Games winner Safina Sadullayeva. 

Meeting Indoor de Lyon (World Athletics Indoor Tour Silver) 

While the field events enjoy centre stage in Mondeville, the middle and long distance events will be the focus of attention in Lyon.

Alexis Miellet, who anchored France to the mixed relay title at the 2023 SPAR European Cross Country Championships, moves up in distance to the 3000m while Gaia Sabbatini and Federica Del Buono - both of whom were part of Italy’s gold medal-winning relay team in Turin the year before - contest the 1500m.

Lisa Rooms, who was part of Belgium’s bronze medal-winning senior team in Brussels, contests the women’s 3000m while former European indoor champion Alvaro de Arriba lines up in the men’s 800m.  

Elsewhere, the men’s 400m features many of Europe’s leading exponents including European outdoor silver medallist Ricky Petrucciani from Switzerland and sub-45 second performer Attila Molnar from Hungary while former Olympic 110m hurdles silver medallist Orlando Ortega is due to compete for the first time in almost two years in the 60m hurdles.

Hustopecske Skakani High Jump Meeting (World Athletics Indoor Tour Silver) 

  • When: 10 February
  • Live streaming on the European Athletics YouTube channel from 4.25pm CET (link to follow)
  • Entry lists and results (to follow)

Many of the athletes who competed in Trinec on Wednesday evening will make the short journey to Hustopece for another prestigious and historic stop on the indoor tour. 

The men’s field includes Sang-Hyeok Woo from South Korea who won this meeting two years ago with a 2.36m clearance along with European indoor champion Douwe Amels and bronze medallist Thomas Carmoy and Poland’s Norbert Kobielski.

The women’s competition also features the likes of 2017 European indoor champion Airine Palsyte and in-form Lia Apostolovski from Slovenia who cleared 1.94m earlier this month. 

Meeting de Paris Indoor (World Athletics Indoor Tour Silver meeting) 

Reigning European indoor champions Miltiadis Tentoglou (long jump), Samuele Ceccarelli (60m), Jason Joseph (60m hurdles) and Reetta Hurske (60m hurdles) are among the headline acts in the French capital on Sunday afternoon.

Joseph will face three of his predecessors as European indoor champion in the 60m hurdles: Frenchmen Wilhem Belocian (2021) and Pascal Martinot-Lagarde (2015) and Cyprus’ Milan Trajkovic (2019).

Other prospectively highlights include the women’s 60m featuring European 100m bronze medalist Daryll Neita and Luxembourg’s Patrizia Van Der Weken and the men’s 60m in which European U23 100m champion Jeremiah Azu takes on Kenya’s Ferdinand Omanyala as well as Ceccarelli who has the fastest lifetime best at 6.47.

Steven Mills for European Athletics


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