Onslaught on Medals
12.03.2015, 09:55h

As expected, Serbian athlete Ivana Spanovic,  in the finals at the European Indoors Championships

On the second day of the European Indoors Championships in Prague, Serbia’s best long jumper Ivana Spanovic was on the runway: after the first jump she qualified for the finals.

There were 22 athletes competing. With the result of 6.76m, she qualified for the finals.

“Each time I compete, the aim is to waste as little of the energy as possible during the qualifications. Therefore, I am very satisfied that I managed to jump the norm of 6.65m in the first series. See you in the finals,” said Spanovic.

The Finals of the Long Jump is on Saturday, the third day of the Competition, at 4:45pm

Unfortunately, 400m runners Tamara Salaski and Milos Raovic, and 3000m runner Amela Terzic failed to qualify for the finals.

Tamara Salaski came fifth in her group, and her overall placement was 25th with the result 54.39. This was Tamara’s first European Indoor Championships and a great new experience.

Due to an injury that has been troubling him for some time, Milos Raovic was forced to abandon the 400m race.

At the 3000m race, Serbian runner Amela Terzic failed to qualify. She ended in the tenth place in her group with the result of 9:17.73.

Today is the first shot put finals and Asmir Kolasinac’s battle for a medal at 5.25PM