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It was therefore Amsterdam that managed to bring together 350+ athletes on January 7th. However, the bet was not won in advance because Amsterdam was returning after two years of shutdown due to the pandemic and among the consequences the budget suffered a sharp reduction. As a result, Amsterdam, apart from a few exceptions, could not afford foreign participation. However, the athletes graced this event with performances at an international level.This shows a very pleasing level of activity, especially since the number of disciplines was limited for both men and women (60m, 60m Hurdles, Long Jump, High Jump). Those disciplines were also offered to the youth categories.We attended quality events and this also allowed us to see some good talents at work who we will undoubtedly see again playing the leading roles in the next major U23 and U20 championships. But the high point of the event went to Maayke Tjin A Lim who won the Women's 60m Hurdles in 8.12 (8.13 final). Great and promising regularity between the two races, synonymous with a very good state of form at the beginning of the season, only one hundredth of her own record which would have earned her a new EAP record (which still belongs to Aliuska Lopez, ESP, established in 2005 in Valladolid). In any case, her 8.12 earned her the new meeting record, thus dethroning Sharona Bakker (8.17, in 2012) from the lists.

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