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A week of great performances at the World Athletics U20 Championships came to an end in bronze-medal style Sunday in Nairobi.
 
Savannah Sutherland won bronze in the women’s 400-metre hurdles, in a personal best time of 57.27 seconds. “My legs felt a little heavy going into it, but I went out there and left it all on the track and that’s all I can ask for. I had a personal best, so I’m happy with that,” said Sutherland. “It has been a little overwhelming being at my first international competition. It has been a little bit of a crazy experience, but it has been very positive overall.

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DAY 5 🇨🇦 RESULTS

ATHLETESEXEVENTROUNDRESULT
Savannah SutherlandW400mHFinal 57.27 PB
 Bronze
Abdullahi HassanM800mFinal 1:50.07
 7th
Dylan UhrichM3000mSCFinal 9:11.33
 12th

COMPLETE RESULTS

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TOP 8 🇨🇦 RESULTS IN NAIROBI

The Canadian squad leaves Nairobi having won two bronze medals, establishing five new personal bests and competing in nine event finals.

“Overall, I’m very proud of how Team Canada performed. The logistics, competition itself and COVID protocols were something we knew were going to be quite difficult,” said head coach Jason Reindl. “The overall number of two medals, plus personal bests, finalists and overall achievements of the team were quite strong, so we’re extremely happy to build off this and see what we can do into 2022 and beyond.”

  • Heather Abadie – Women’s pole vault – Bronze (4.05m)
  • Savannah Sutherland – Women’s 400-metre hurdles – Bronze (57.27 PB)
  • Ella Clayton – Women’s 400 metres – 6th – (54.10 PB)
  • Michael Roth – Men’s 400 metres – 7th – (46.10 PB)
  • Avery Pearson – Women’s 800 metres – 7th (2:06.42 PB)
  • Abdullahi Hassan – Men’s 800 metres – 7th (1:50.07)
  • PLACING TABLE