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Algerian Jamal Sajati achieves a historic record in the 800-meter race


Algerian runner Jamal Sajati won the 800m race at the Paris meeting on Sunday, July 7. Diamond League For athletics, to confirm that he is in good condition before the Summer Olympics in the French capital.

Sajati (25 years old) will participate in the Paris 2024 Olympics in the 800-meter race alongside his compatriots Slimane Moula and Mohamed Ali Gouand, and Algerians’ hopes are pinned on them to achieve a medal in this race during the major sporting event.

The 2024 Summer Olympics will be held in the French capital, Paris, during the period from July 26 to August 11, with the participation of the best athletes in the world in all disciplines.

Algerian Jamal Sajati achieves the third best time in the history of the 800-meter race

Today, Sunday, Algerian Jamal Sajati managed to win the 800-meter race at the Paris meeting, as part of the eighth round of the Diamond League during the current year 2024, after coming in first place in a time of one minute, 41 seconds and 56 hundredths of a second.

Algerian Jamal Sajati achieves the third best time in the history of the 800-meter race

The Algerian runner outperformed the Kenyan Emmanuel Wanyonyi in this race, who came in second place with a time of 1 minute, 41 seconds and 58 hundredths of a second, while the French runner Gabriel Toual came in third place with a time of 1 minute, 41 seconds and 61 hundredths of a second.

Sajati’s time at the Paris meeting is the third best in the history of the 800m race. The best time in the history of the race goes to Kenyan David Rodrisha, who achieved a time of 1 minute and 40.91 seconds in 2012, while Danish runner Wilson Kipketer comes in second place with a time of 1 minute and 41.11 seconds in 1997.

News of the cancellation of the Paris 2024 Olympics is incorrect

By winning today’s race at the Paris Diamond League, Sajati managed to achieve the best world record in the 800-meter race this year 2024, and he also broke the Algerian record of his compatriot Tawfik Makhloufi, which was one minute, 42 seconds and 61 hundredths of a second.

It is worth noting that the Algerian runner Jamal Sajati made a statement after achieving this historic accomplishment, in which he confirmed that he was satisfied with the race he won at the Paris meeting, indicating that he would prepare for the Monaco meeting next week, and also explaining that he was preparing calmly and confidently for the Summer Olympic Games in the capital, Paris.



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