Johannesburg - Sprinting sensation Anaso
Jobodwana produced a silver-medal run in the 200m at the Diamond League
meeting in Oslo on Thursday.
The South African record holder in the
half-lap sprint finished in second place in a time of 20.39 with
Frenchman Christophe Lemaitre taking first place in 20.21 while Richard Kilty
of the United Kingdom bagged third in 20.54.
Jobodwana improved on his mark at the Diamond
League meeting in Eugene, United States two weeks ago when he posted a time of
20.04 seconds to shave 0.02 seconds off the record he set in the Cayman Islands
on May 16.
South African javelin queen Sunette Viljoen
finished in second place with a best heave of 64.36m with Marharyta Dorozhon of
Israel claiming the gold with a throw of 64.56m.
Olympic champion Barbora
Špotáková of the Czech Republic finished third place with 64.10m.
Meanwhile, South African long jumpers Khotso Mokoena and Zarck Visser missed
out on podium spots with the duo finishing in fifth and sixth place
respectively with neither leaping further than eight metres on the night.