Record run by Karoline Bjerkeli Grøvdal, 30:32. Zerei Kbrom Mezngi slo Sandnes-gutta – KONDIS

Beforehand, most focus was on the men’s class in Hytteplanmila Record Hunt 2020 where Zerei Kbrom Mezngi had announced a record attempt at the Norwegian best listing and where there were at least high expectations when Filip and Jakob Ingebrigtsen announced the day before the race that they would come – and that they came to run fast.

But, on a day where the Ingebrigtsen brothers did not have the day, there was a victory for Zerei in the men’s class at 28:20, ahead of the training comrade of the Ingebrigtseng boys, Narve Gilje Nordås.

Superb 30:32 by Karoline Bjerkeli Grøvdal

In the field that started 1 minute behind the best men, we got the most impressive race of the day; Karoline Bjerkeli Grøvdal ran offensively all the way, and Kristian Ulriksen who referred to the race for Direktesport repeated for each kilometer pass “if the time is right …” because it went really fast for Karoline who after 2:58 and 2:59 on the first two kilometers stabilized at 3: 04 / km the rest of the way to the finish.

Thus, Karoline Bjerkeli Grøvdal set an impressive Norwegian best record of 30:32, just 11 seconds behind Paula Radcliffe’s European record, and 27 seconds faster than Ingrid Kristiansen’s previous best record. There were probably not many who had expected, although she has shown brilliant form lately.

The track record of Karoline Bjerkeli Grøvdal (31.25) from 2017 was broken by almost one minute, the same can be said about the Norwegian best record that belonged to Ingrid Kristiansen with 30.59 from Boston in 1989. Karoline’s race was actually the fastest of a European woman since British Paula Radcliffe set a European record with 30.21 in 2003. Only 12 seconds were needed for a new record

Karoline reaches out at 7 km with Magnus Liljeberg Wang behind her. (Photo: Kjell Vigestad)

Karoline runs to the finish line for a clear Norwegian best record of 10 km for women. (Photo: Per Inge Østmoen)

Almost like a victory

The closest to Karoline was Vienna Søyland Dahle with 33:18 and Kristine Eikrem Engeset with 33:23 from a later pool. Vienna and Kristin were mostly together the whole race (although the intermediate times in the results overview show something else), but after a strong finish, the Skjalg runner could ask for 2nd place five seconds ahead of Kristine and 31 seconds ahead of Hanne Mjøen Maridal in 4th place . Vienna, which ran Hytteplanmila in 33:57 last year, thus improved its time by 39 seconds.

– I’m not sure how many we were, as I never turn around along the way – but Maria, Kristine, Hanne and I were at least gathered to approx. 7km. Then I noticed that they let go, and told Kristine that now we can drive on and get a hatch, Vienna says to and tell what happened next: – Kristine came forward and began a kind of long sprint when passing 9 km. Then we ran side by side to just before the last hill, then I left.

– This is actually experienced as a victory, Vienna answers when we ask about the distance up to Karoline
– She is absolutely superb, and there is a big battle for space behind her. Insanely impressive of Karoline today – really cool, says Vienna who is now taking a season break.

-I will run Sandnesløpet next weekend, but it’s just too much fun, and because I promised Geir Eikeskog (leader of Sandnes IL, red note) that I would run. Goals for next season are sub16 at 5 km, sub 33 at 10 km and sub 1:13 at the half marathon, says Skjalgløperen who with his 28 years has many years left on the athletics track.

– Then I am incredibly excited about what the world will look like in 2021 in terms of races and competitions, Vienna concludes.

Strong 16-year-olds

There were 10 Norwegian women who ran under 35 minutes, three of them in class K16-17. Ina Halle Haugen was number 7 with 34:11, 20 seconds ahead of twin sister Maren and 23 seconds ahead of Anne Marie Sirevåg Nordengen. The twins turn 17 in November, while Anne Marie is six months younger and has another year left in the age group. Ina’s time is a new class record for Girls 16-17, five seconds better than Emma Kirkeberg Mørk’s age record from last year.

Vienna Søyland Dahle came second in the women’s class. (Photo: Per Inge Østmoen)

Kristine Eikrem Engeset came in 3rd place. (Photo: Per Inge Østmoen)

Hanne Mjøen Maridal came in 4th place. (Photo: Kjell Vigestad)

The 10 fastest in the women’s class:


_starten_hytteplanmila_25P6611_1280.jpgThe start with the 25 best seeded runners. (Photo: Per Inge Østmoen)

Offensive Zerei Kbrom Mezngi won men’s classes

Early in the day’s race, it became clear that there was no attempt to beat the European record in the men’s class, but the opportunity to beat last year’s Norwegian best record lived halfway, even though one had Jacob’s strong finish from last year in mind. It also turned out that it was too tough, and Jakob Ingebrigtsen 27.54 from Hytteplanmila last year survived by a good margin, Jakob who with start number 1 jogged in as system man at 35:05.

Halfway through the race, Zerei Kbrom Mezngi got a hatch for Jakob and Filip Ingebrigtsen, and that hatch was never closed. Even though it was not the Norwegian best record, it was a strong race by Zerei who won in 28:20. Closest followed a Sandnesl opener, but not an Ingebrigtsen. It was Narve Gilje Nordås who ran the last kilometers the fastest, and 14 seconds behind after 7 km became 8 seconds in the finish and clear 2nd place. Bjørnar Lillefosse took the last podium place with 28:45, while Filip Ingebrigtsen was number 6 in 29:03.

Three age records

In an impressive 8th place we find Runar’s 17-year-old Abdullahi Dahir Rabi who ran in 29:17, and improved his own age record (29:33) in boys 16-17 years which he set at Jessheim earlier this year.

Further down the list, we find two even younger runners who set age records: Mikkel Bakken from SK Vidar ran in the time of 31.55 which is 7 seconds faster than Joakim Sødal’s age record for Boys 14-15 years from 2012.

The biggest record improvement was 13-year-old Sondre Strande Omland from SK Vidar when he ran in 32:37, an improvement on Martin Kirkeberg Mørk’s record (34:24) in Boys 12-13 from 2014 by almost two minutes.

Climbing specialists at 29:59 and 30:00

There were as many as 17 Norwegian men’s runners in less than 30 minutes, and right behind these, the Spanish mountain king Kilian Jornet ran in until 29:59 in his debut in a competition context of 10 km flat. Anyone who reads the result list may think he defeated Gneist IL’s Stian Øvergaard Aarvik – perhaps the best Norwegian mountain runner who came in at 30:00, but Stian started in group two and ran solo until clearly the best time from group two – same group as Karoline Bjerkeli Grøvdal ran in.

While the close group was still gathered behind the TV car for Direktesport. (Photo: Kjell Vigestad)

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Here after 5.2 km, Zerei has got a hatch to the competitors that was never closed. (Photo: Bjørn Hytjanstorp).

Zerei Kbrom Mzengi runs in to victory. (Photo: Per Inge Østmoen)

Narve Gilje Nordås runs into 2nd place and the best of the Sandnes runners. (Photo: Per Inge Østmoen)

herretreeer_hytteplanmila_25P6738.jpgBjørnar Lillefosse ran into 3rd place in 28:45. One of 5 runners under 29 minutes, and new pers as far as we can find out. (Photo: Per Inge Østmoen)

Magnus Tuv Myhre, Isaac Tesfamichael and Bjørnar Lillefosse after 7 km, they chase Filip Ingebrigtsen – who they all passed. (Photo: Kjell Vigestad)

17-year-old Abdulla Dahir Rabi from Runar came in 8th place in 29.17, an improvement on his own class record from last year in 29.31. Before that, Sondre Notstad Moen had the record with 29.55. (Photo: Kjell Vigestad)

Mountain runner Kilian Jornet, who is behind Mathias Flak (29:54) and Ebrahim Abdulaziz (30:04), sprinted in for a while in just under 30 minutes; 29:59. (Photo: Kjell Vigestad)

Downhill specialist Stian Øvergaard Aarvik did not get a duel with Kilian Jornet, since they started in different pools. It was 1 second apart, but there was no fight between them. In group two, it was a lonely race in the lead for Stian. (Photo: Kjell Vigestad)

Sondre Strande Omland has 400 meters left to finish and a great age record in G12-13. (Photo: Kjell Vigestad)

The 20 fastest in the men’s class:


The organizer took absolutely all precautions to prevent any infection. Here we see, among other things, race leader Jon Anders Kvisgaard as second from the left. (Photo: Kjell Vigestad)

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Republicans supported Trump’s nomination to the Supreme Court before the election :: Politics :: RBC

Republican senators backed Donald Trump’s idea to fill the vacant position in the US Supreme Court before the November elections. The president is now choosing between two female candidates

An impromptu memorial in honor of Ruth Bader Ginsbur in front of the Supreme Court building

(Фото: Samuel Corum / Getty Images)

Republican Senator Mitt Romney said he supports President Donald Trump’s idea of ​​filling a vacancy in the US Supreme Court, which was vacated after of death Liberal Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Thus, there are only two GOP senators who oppose the proposal to nominate a new Chief Justice before the presidential election on November 3 – Susan Collins and Lisa Merkauski… The Senate decides on the confirmation of a judge by a simple majority, the Republican Party controls 53 out of 100 seats in it.

Why it was decided to appoint a judge before the election

As Merkauski explained, it is wrong to make a decision on the nomination of a new candidate for the Supreme Court so close to the elections. She added that when President Barack Obama in 2016 tried to nominate his candidate for the place of the deceased judge Antonin Scalia, the Republicans blocked such a step. However, later Merkauski admitted that she could to vote for the president’s nominee. Romney also commented on the 2016 situation. “In circumstances where a presidential candidate represents a party that does not control a majority in the Senate, in most cases the Senate will not approve him,” he said. “At the same time, if a candidate represents a party that controls the majority in the Senate, then the Senate, as a rule, approves him” – added senator.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced his readiness to confirm Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court. “We will vote for President Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court this year,” wrote he’s on Twitter.

Hearings on Trump’s candidacy will be held in the Senate Judiciary Committee, chaired by Lindsay Graham. He has already said that he shares Trump and McConnell’s goal of nominating Ginsburg’s successor before the next election. The committee is slated to begin hearings in the week beginning October 12, with a final vote in the Senate no later than the end of October. writes The Washignton Post citing its own sources.


PiS without a majority. What about Solidarna Polska and the Understanding?

There is a crisis in the ruling coalition. A conflict between PiS and Solidarna Polska broke out after the vote on the amendment to the Animal Protection Act. Ziobro’s deputies voted “against” the so-called Five for animals, and on Friday, there was a series of statements by activists from both parties, which indicate that the coalition negotiations have been broken. The decision on the future of the ZP will probably be made today, at a meeting of the PiS leadership.

Meanwhile, as the new IBRiS poll for “Rp” shows, if the coalition breaks up and early elections are held, Solidarna Polska and the Agreement by Jarosław Gowin have no chance of getting into the Sejm on their own.

Without Agreement and SP, with a minority government

The survey was carried out on Saturday, September 19, so immediately after the crisis in the ruling coalition.

So how would the Poles vote? Law and Justice would invariably get the most votes – 36 percent. votes, and Solidarna Polska and the Agreement would receive 1.4 percent each. votes.

If the elections were held next Sunday, the Civic Coalition could count on 21.8 percent. votes, and the next place would be taken by Szymon Hołownia’s movement – 9.2 percent. votes.

Next were the Confederation (8.2% of the vote) and the Left (6.1% of the vote) and below the election threshold – the Polish Coalition (3.4% of the vote).

In the study, as much as 12.5 percent. the respondents did not know who they would like to vote for.

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US Health Officials Call Using a Mask More Effective Than Vaccine Injections

residents queuing for face masks amid the corona virus outbreak. © 2020 REUTERS / Tyrone Siu – Director of the United States Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Robert Redfield said, using a mask can protect individuals against the Covid-19 corona virus more than just a vaccine.

At the Senate Appropriations subcommittee hearing, Redfield said face masks were “the most important and powerful tool of public health” and the United States could control the pandemic if all individuals wore masks for 6 to 12 weeks.

“I might even go so far as to say that this face mask is more guaranteed to protect me from Covid-19 than it was when I took the vaccine, because the immunogenicity is probably 70 percent and if I don’t get an immune response it won’t protect me,” explained Redfield. .

“These face masks will protect me, we have clear scientific evidence they work,” he added, as quoted by the office news Anadolu Agency, Thursday (17/9).

Redfield said a vaccine may be available in November or December but will not be widely accessible until the second or third quarter of 2021.

Masks are mandatory in some states, and experts believe wearing masks is essential to slow the spread of the disease.

John Hopkins University tally said as of Wednesday, more than 6.6 million people had been infected with the virus and more than 196,000 in the US had died.

Reporter Magang: Galya Nge (mdk/pan)

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“United Russia” has lost the majority in the city council of deputies of Novosibirsk

According to the preliminary results of the elections to the city council of Novosibirsk, “United Russia” in the new convocation will receive 22 mandates out of 50, according to the website “GAS. Elections”. In the last convocation, the ruling party won 33 seats.

The Communists managed to get only 8 mandates (against 12 in the last convocation), and the Liberal Democrats won in four constituencies (against two). Representatives from the Greens and the Motherland took one mandate each.

Note that 13 self-nominated candidates were elected to the City Council, including 5 representatives from the Novosibirsk 2020 coalition, one of the leaders of which is the head of the local headquarters of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, Sergei Boyko. He was nominated for constituency number 49 and won against the second secretary of the regional committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation Renat Suleimanov, who had been elected to the city council since 1996.

Recall that on September 13, in addition to the city council deputies in the region, deputies of the Legislative Assembly, local government bodies, heads of the Karasevsky village council and the Koltsovo workers’ settlement were elected. In total, about 5 thousand seats were replaced in the region. About 400 people ran for the Novosibirsk City Council, of which more than a quarter were self-nominated.

Julia Sasevich, Novosibirsk


Coronavirus: Portugal tightens restrictions – Last Hour

(ANSA-AFP) – LISBON, SEPTEMBER 10 – The Portuguese government today decided to tighten its health restrictions just before the start of the school year, in order to curb the increase in the number of new coronavirus cases.

Based on the measures adopted in the Council of Ministers, which will enter into force on Tuesday, the number of people who can meet will drop from 20 to 10 across the country, as is already the case in Lisbon and its region. And as in the capital, the sale of alcoholic beverages will be banned everywhere from 8pm, as will their consumption in public spaces.

“We have seen a sustained increase in the number of new cases since the beginning of August,” Prime Minister Antonio Costa told the press. Portugal yesterday reported 646 new cases in 24 hours, the highest figure since April 20. The head of government added that most of these new infections affect people between the ages of 20 and 39 and most of them did not have any symptoms of the disease.

With 10 million inhabitants, Portugal recorded a total of 1,852 deaths from Covid-19 and 62,126 officially confirmed cases, according to the official report released today.

The announcement of the restrictions comes as some one million Portuguese youth will return to school between Monday and Wednesday, and the prime minister has also called on companies to continue to promote teleworking or various alternate working arrangements as much as possible. (ANSA-AFP).