Commonwealth Games 2022 women’s 200m semi-finals results; Thompson-Herah stayed on sprint double course

BIRMINGHAM, England (August 5) — Olympic champion Elaine Thompson-Herah stayed on course to win the ladies’s sprint double on the Commonwealth Games 2022 on Day 4 on Friday (5) after cruising into the 200m remaining with the quickest time from the semi-finals. The next are the outcomes from all three semi-final heats right here at Alexander Stadium.

Thompson-Herah, who gained the 100m title earlier within the week, ran 22.63 seconds to win the third semi-final race right here, defeating Natassha McDonald of Canada who clocked a season-best 23.21 to complete second, whereas Beth Dobbin of Scotland was roared into third place at 23.28 and earned a spot within the remaining as nicely.

Favour Ofili of Nigeria ran 22.66 secs to safe the victory within the first semi-final, simply ending forward of Jamaica’s Natalliah Whyte who clocked 23.09 for second place and into the ultimate. Gina Bass of the Gambia posted 23.10 to additionally superior to the ultimate as one of many quickest finishers on time.

In the meantime, Olympic silver medalist Christine Mboma of Namibia continued her come again from a nasty groin damage with one other high quality run, clocking 22.93 to take the second semi-final over Australia’s Ella Connolly who ran 23.41.

The ladies’s 200m remaining on the Commonwealth Games 2022 is on Saturday, 6 August.

Commonwealth Games 2022 girls’s 200m semi-finals outcomes

Semi-Closing 1
1NGRFavour OFILI22.66Q
2JAMNatalliah WHYTE23.09Q
3GAMGina BASS23.10q
4AUSJacinta BEECHER23.40
5SGPVeronica Shanti PEREIRA23.46=PB
6WALHannah BRIER23.84
8MLTCharlotte WINGFIELD24.52

Semi-Closing 2
1NAMChristine MBOMA22.93Q
3INDHima DAS23.42
4ZAMRhoda NJOBVU23.72
6KENMilicent NDORO23.87
7GAMWurrie NJADOE23.95
8GUYKenisha PHILLIPS24.35
Semi-Closing 3
2CANNatassha McDONALD23.21SBQ
3SCOBeth DOBBIN23.28q
4TTOMauricia PRIETO23.58
5MAWAsimenye SIMWAKA23.59
6IVBBeyonce DEFREITAS23.81
8PNGToea WISIL24.43

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