2022 European Championships: Pascal Martinot-Lagarde one thousandth from gold in the 110 meter hurdles



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Two Frenchmen find themselves on the podium in the 110 meter hurdles, during the European Championships in Munich. Pascal Martinot-Lagarde, in silver, saw the gold go by very closely, since he missed first place by a thousandth of a second.

A victory that is played at a thousandth of a second. The suspense lasted until the photo finish, between the Frenchman Pascal Martinot-Lagarde, and the Spaniard Asier Martinez. It is ultimately the latter who will be declared the winner. The two athletes, neck and neck throughout the race, completed the 110 meter hurdles in 13 seconds and 13 hundredths. But 13”137 for the Spaniard, against 13”138 for the Frenchman.

In 2018, a few thousandths won him gold. “Four years ago, it was that famous duel Sergei Chubenkov and me on the line, there were four thousandths. We can’t win all the time! Today, it’s him who makes the broken fox . I gave everything. And today there is a silver medal, I’m really very happy”, says Pascal Martinot-Lagarde, second in the 110 meter hurdles at the European Championships in Munich (Germany). The athlete signed for her best time of the season.

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