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• Bradshaw takes surprise win at Weltklasse Zurich

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Holly Bradshaw of Great Britain took a surprise win at the penultimate Diamond League meet in Zurich on Wednesday, August 31

As previous years women's pole vault contest was held inside the Zurich central train station. The 2012 Olympics bronze medalist, Bradshaw, cleared 4.76m  to set her new season's best mark and to win her first Diamond League meet this season. 

Bradshaw, who placed in 5th place at the Rio Olympics, beat Olympic silver medalist Sandi Morris of the United States and Olympic Champion Ekaterini Stefanidi of Greece into second and third place respectively. 

Weltklasse Zurich Diamond League meet will continue tomorrow in the stadium with lost of exciting track and field action. 

1
BRADSHAW Holly GBR 
4.76 
2
 MORRIS Sandi USA
4.76 
3
 STEFANIDI Katerina GRE
4.71 
4
PTÁCNÍKOVÁ Jirina  CZE 
4.51 
4
SUTEJ Tina
4.51 
6
 RYZIH Lisa GER
4.51 
7
MOSER Angelica SUI 
4.36 
8
STRUTZ Martina GER 
4.36 
BÜCHLER Nicole SUI 
NM 



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