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Peak performance in 60m indoor follow each other at a fast pace with a world cup coming up

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Last weekend provided two women best wereldjaarprestaties on the 60m indoor. Saturday ran the Swiss Mujinga Kambundji 7.03, Sunday was the American Javianne Oliver, one hundredth faster (7.02). This weekend was the best lead performance in the 60m at the women in the name of the Ivorian Murielle Ahouré (7.07).

The 25-year-old Kambundji ran her record on the Swiss championships in Magglingen. Kambundji was progressively faster: in the series klokte they are 7.25, in the semi-finals 7.15 and in the final 7.03. With that the last time she ran the fifth fastest European time ever in the 60m indoor. The European – and world record is in hands of the Russian Irina Privalova (6.92) and dates from February 1993.

Sunday was the Swiss its best the longest, however, already lost. In Albuquerque, during the American championships, ran Javianne Oliver with a time of 7.02. The American record, in the name of Marion Jones and Gail Devers, 6.95.

Two weeks of the world cup indoor in Birmingham are the two biggest title contenders in the 60m indoor known. Also the German Tatjana Pinto is, however, still a solid contender. They sharpness last weekend in Dortmund, the German championships, the German national record to 7.06.

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