Marta Pérez gets into the final of 1,500 and Conte finishes 6th

“It has cost me a lot. My intention was to get into positions but in the last 200 I have lacked the strength. I have suffered, but I am in the final. It is true that once inside it does not matter how you have passed, ”said Marta Pérez in Belgrade after suffering to enter the final round of 1,500. “I wanted to do this challenge and although I won’t achieve the two finalist positions in the World Cup, and I’ve suffered like a rat, I’m happy. At the end of the 1,500, although I think they will come out very quickly, I go with the idea of ​​what I said, try to finish in the top eight”, He said after finishing 17th in the final of the 3,000 with 8:57.81 in a race won by the Ethiopian Hailu.

The day also saw the performance of the combineros: Claudia Conte and Jorge Ureña. The 22-year-old Spaniard shattered her indoor record in the pentathlon by 70 points and with 4,499 rose to sixth position, finalist in the victory of the Belgian Vidts and the best Spaniard in history in an indoor World Cup. The one from Onil (28 years old) is tenth in the heptathlon with 3,365, with three tests remaining, 181 points away from the provisional bronze.

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