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== EVENT INFO ==
Golden Gala Pietro Mennea
Event type: Track and field
Location: Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy
Date: Thu, May 31
Time: 8:00 PM GMT+2
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Golden Gala is an annual track and field event at the Olympic Stadium in Rome, Italy. Previously one of the IAAF Golden League events, it is now part of the IAAF Diamond League. Following the 2013 death of Italian sprinting legend Pietro Mennea, the organizers added his name to the title of the meet.
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Rome is ready for what promises to be an extra special men’s 100m race at the IAAF Diamond League meeting on Thursday
Last Wednesday in Savona, Italy’s 19-year-old Filippo Tortu ran 10.03 to come within two hundredths of a second of the Italian record held by the man after whom this week’s annual Golden Gala meeting is named – Pietro Mennea. And Tortu’s 23-year-old compatriot Marcell Jacobs finished second in 10.08 after clocking a wind-assisted 10.04 in the heats.
So the home nation now has two young, proper contenders in one of the sport’s glamour events and there will be huge interest to see how they measure up against the sprinters who have thus far been setting the pace this season, most notably the US pair of Christian Coleman and Ronnie Baker.
But Baker, who followed Coleman home in that world record race at the US trials in the thin air of Albuquerque in a time of 6.40 and subsequently took bronze at the World Indoors, earned an impressive victory over his rival in Eugene.
Meanwhile South Africa’s Akani Simbine, the Commonwealth champion, has the talent to shine as brightly as any, having clocked 10.03 already, and Coleman and Baker’s compatriot Isiah Young, with a best of 9.97, along with Turkey’s world 200m champion Ramil Guliyev, who has a best of 9.97 and has run 10.10 this year, should certainly not be discounted.
USA’s world pole vault champion Sam Kendricks ticked all the boxes on home ground last week as he defeated a stellar field in Eugene with a best of 5.81m. His toughest opposition here looks likely to come from the Pole who finished third in Oregon, Piotr Lisek, although Brazil’s Olympic champion Thiago Braz, who no-heighted in Eugene, is clearly capable of great things if he can rediscover his best form, having cleared 6.03m to claim his Olympic title. Canada’s 2015 world champion Shawn Barber is also bubbling under.
Germany’s Harting brothers Robert and Christoph, respective Olympic champions in 2012 and 2016, are in a stacked discus event that also includes Lithuania’s world champion Andrius Gudzius, Poland’s double Olympic silver medallist Piotr Malachowski, Jamaica’s Fedrick Dacres, who recently won the Commonwealth title with 68.20m, and Sweden’s Daniel Stahl.
An 800m race involving Kenya’s world bronze medallist Kipyegon Bett and Ferguson Rotich, Ethiopia’s 2013 world champion Mohammed Aman, Poland’s world indoor champion Adam Kszczot and Bosnia Herzegovina’s 2015 world bronze medallist Amel Tuka will offer a guide of how the event will look in world terms this year.
In the men’s steeplechase, a non-scoring discipline, Kenya’s Benjamin Kigen, who unexpectedly beat the Olympic gold and silver medallists Conseslus Kipruto and Evan Jager in Eugene, has the chance to maintain his momentum, although Kipruto is unlikely to let him slip away again and France’s 2012 and 2016 Olympic silver medallist Mahiedine Mekhissi Benabbad is unlikely to be found wanting in any fast finish.