Julian Wagner 10.11

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  1. white lightning

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    2021 has been a break through year for this young rising german sprinter. Julian Wagner missed the
    Tokyo Summer Olympics with an injury but has been looking great in his first 2 meets back on the track.
    He ran a 10.21 -1.7 in Bern, Switzerland in the heats of the 100 meters. Later in the finals a week ago he
    ran a slightly windy 10.00! :)

    On August 22nd he improved his wind legal p.b. again. Wagner ran 10.11 0.0 wind for the big win. He
    seems to get better each time he steps on the track. Hope he can get 1 or 2 more races before the season
    ends and build of that confidence going into next year!
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    08/22/2021 / Schifflange

    Julian Wagner storms into a new dimension in 10.11 seconds, Reuther and Sanders break best time

    Nicolas Walter

    The international meeting in Schifflange, Luxembourg, was extremely successful for the German athletes on Sunday evening: Julian Wagner swung himself into a completely new dimension and stormed to a historic best time of 10.11 seconds. Marc Reuther also managed a performance explosion in 1:44.71 minutes. Manuel Sanders was also able to significantly reduce his best time.



    His good form had already indicated itself last weekend: At the meeting in La Chaux-de-Fonds (Switzerland), Julian Wagner (LC Top Team Thuringia) set a new best time of 10.21 seconds, in the final the scoreboard showed even smooth ten seconds – albeit with too much tailwind. Now the 23-year-old has managed the next leap in performance on Sunday evening. And what a one!

    In 10.11 seconds (0.0 m/s), the athlete of the LC Top Team Thuringia stormed to victory at the international meeting in Schifflange (Luxembourg) over 100 meters and thus reached a new performance dimension. After a recent thigh injury, he increased his best performance by a tenth. Only seven German athletes have ever been faster before him. He now ranks seventh in the European annual leaderboard.

    In second place came the Briton Tommy Ramdhan in 10.16 seconds. Dorian Keletela (10.27 sec) from Congo completed the podium. Julian Wagner had already been able to improve his best performance in the run – up: In 10.19 seconds – with a slight headwind-and thus two hundredths faster than his best mark last week, he had made the final perfect.
     
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    well done to Julian. He looks like he may have consistency too. I hope so because that can't be said of any recent German sprinter
     
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