Dzień drugi (Day two) of the IAAF World U20 Championships results.
First Victorian out of the blocks was Frankston Athletics’ Lawson Power in Heat 5 of the 400m. Unfortunately Lawson just missed out on qualifying for the next round, crossing the line with a time of 48.36.
Ned Weatherly, also from Frankston Athletics channeled his inner Thor and qualified for the next round in the Hammer Throw with distances of 71.08 and 71.18.
Melbourne University Athletic Club’s, Sarah Billings, coming off her 3rd place Heat 2 performance on Day 1, unfortunately missed out on a 800m finals appearance, coming 6th in her semi-final with a time of 2:06.86.
Lauren Ryan of Athletics Essendon ran a personal best in the women’s 3000m final, coming in with a time of 9:21.21, placing her 13th overall.
A full list of Day 2 results and Day 3 start-lists are available on the IAAF World U20 Championships Website.