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World Youth Championships - Japanese Results Day Three

2011 World Youth Championships - Day Two Japanese Results
Lille, France, 7/8/11
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Boys' 400 m Final
1. Arman Hall (U.S.A.) - 46.01 - PB
2. Alphas Leken Kishoyian (Kenya) - 46.58
3. Patryk Dobek (Poland) - 46.67 - PB
4. Machel Cedenio (Trinidad & Tobago) - 46.89 - PB
5. Takuya Fukunaga (Japan) - 47.16 - PB
6. Andre Wells (Bahamas) - 47.22
7. Brendon Restall (Canada) - 47.34
DNF - Sadam Suliman Koumi (Sudan)

Boys' 110 mH Final
1. Andries van der Merwe (South Africa) - 13.41
2. Joshua Hawkins (New Zealand) - 13.44 - PB
3. Wilhem Belocian (France) - 13.51 - PB
4. Omar McLeod (Jamaica) - 13.61 - PB
5. Takumi Takahata (Japan) - 13.71
6. Tyler Mason (Jamaica) - 13.74 - PB
7. Mousa Mohammed Al Subyani (Saudi Arabia) - 13.81 - PB
8. Vyacheslav Shvydkyy (Ukraine) - 13.94

Girls' 5000 m Race Walk Final
1. Kate Veale (Ireland) - 21:45.59 - PB
2. Yanxue Mao (China) - 22:00.15 - PB
3. Nadezhda Leontyeva (Russia) - 22:00.84 - PB
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10. Nozomi Okazaki (Japan) - 23:11.00
12. Makoto Yamanaka (Japan) - 23:25.77

Girls' 800 m Semifinal
Akiho Fukuzato (3rd, Heat 2) - 2:07.02 - PB
Miho Nakata (4th, Heat 3) - 2:07.17

Boys' 200 m Heats
Akiyuki Hashimoto (2nd, Heat 6) - 21.58 (Q)
Tatsuro Suwa (2nd, Heat 5) - 21.94 (Q)

Girls' 200 m Heats
Masumi Aoki (4th, Heat 6) - 24.87 - PB (q)

Boys' 110 mH Semifinal
Takumi Takahata (1st, Heat 1) - 13.66 - PB (Q)

Boys' Pole Vault Qualification
Ryohei Noda (7th, Group A) - 4.70 m (q)
Shota Enoki (NM)

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