World Indoor Tour Gold 2022: From Karlsruhe and New York to the World Indoor Championships in Belgrade

With Villa de Madrid in the Spanish capital, this year's edition of the World Athletics Indoor Tour Gold came to an end yesterday evening, with the seventh stop in total. In addition to the meetings in New York, Boston (also held in New York this year), Liévin, Torun, as well as Birmingham, Karlsruhe, and the INIT INDOOR MEETING on 28 January 2022, as the opening stop, once again experienced world-class athletics. In addition to the 1,000 enthusiastic spectators who were able to watch the events live in the hall, athletics fans saw the pictures from Karlsruhe in more than 70 countries across all continents. Apart from prize money, amounting to 10,000 US dollars, the eleven winners of the respective disciplines can also look forward to drawing a wildcard for the World Indoor Championships, which are to be held in Belgrade, Serbia, from the 18th to the 20th of March. Among the eleven winners are Elliot Giles, from Great Britain, and pole vaulter, Armand Duplantis, from Sweden, two athletes who were successful at the Tour opener in Karlsruhe. Giles won the 800 metres in 1:46.78, while Duplantis cleared 6.02 metres in the men's pole vault, setting a new INIT INDOOR MEETING meet record.

Overview of all winners of the World Athletics Indoor Tour Gold:

400 metres – Justyna Święty-Ersetic (POL)
1.500 metres – Gudaf Tsegay (ETH)
60-metres hurdles – Devynne Charlton (BAH)
High jump – Eleanor Patterson (AUS)
Long jump – Lorraine Ugen (GBR) 

60 metres – Elijah Hall (USA)
800 metres – Elliot Giles (GBR)
3.000 metres – Lamecha Girma (ETH)
Pole vault – Armand Duplantis (SWE)
Triple jump – Lázaro Martínez (CUB)
Shot put – Konrad Bukowiecki (POL)

All results of the tour you can find on the webite of World Athletics.

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