(born 15 July 1996) A. Del Ponte is a Swiss sprinter. At the 2016 Summer Olympics and the 2017 World Championships, both held in London.
A. Del Ponte was a member of the women’s 4 100 metre relay team. She set a new world record of 7.03 seconds to win the women’s 60-meter event.
At the 2021 European Athletics Indoor Championships. She ran 10.91 in the 100-meter heats at the 2020 Summer Olympics, which was a new national record.
At the 2021 Resisprint International on August 14, she lowered her record time by a tenth of a second, clocking in at 10.90.
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A. Del Ponte Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: A. Del Ponte Sets Swiss Record as Part of Sprint Double in La Chaux-de-Fonds
A. Del Ponte, in her first competitive outing since the Olympic Games in Tokyo, set a new Swiss 100-meter record of 10.90 seconds (1.8 metres per second).
On Saturday at the Résisprint meeting in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, as part of a sprint double.
She won her heat in a time of 11.26 (-1.6m/s) and the final in 10.90 (-0.01 s), setting a new Swiss record and breaking her own record set in the preliminaries.
At the Tokyo Olympics (where she went on to place fifth in the final). She also set a personal record by over a second in the 200-meter dash, winning in 22.38 (1.9m/s).
Lorene Bazolo of Portugal broke a couple of national records herself, finishing second in the 100 and 200 metres with times of 11.10 and 22.64, respectively.
Frenchman Mouhamadou Fall won the men’s 100-meter dash in a time of 9.97 metres per second (2.5 metres per second with the wind).
And finished second in the 200-meter dash (20.10), which was won by Taymir Burnet of the Netherlands in a time of 20.07 metres per second (2.1 metres per second without the wind).
France’s Ludvy Vaillant won the men’s 400m hurdles in 48.80 seconds, and Switzerland’s Jason Joseph smashed.
The record in that event by clocking 13.12 (1.7m/s). Anna Kielbasinska of Poland ran a 50.38 to win the women’s 400-meter dash.
The 25-year-old beat out the competition in her heat with a time of 11.26 seconds (-1.6 metres per second).
Which later became the ninth-fastest time in the world in 2018. In fact, it was Del Ponte’s third time this season running a mile in under 11 minutes.
When she came in second place on Saturday, Portugal’s Lorène Dorcas Bazolo set a new national record for her country with a time of 11.10 seconds.
Beating her previous record of 11.15 seconds. Also placing in fourth place with a time of 11.17 seconds was Frenchman Orlann Ombissa-Dzangue.