Hak returns from injury to run in Berlin and Brussels | 31.08.2012
Hak missed the Olympic Games due to an Achilles injury, but marked her return to fitness with a 2:00.59 run in a local meeting last week.
German sprinter Marion Wagner has confirmed on her website that she is ending her career.
Wagner is 34 years old, and leaves athletics with a World Championships gold and bronze medal in the 4x100m.
The most ancient road race in Europe, the Giro di Castelbuono (10k), has released its first names.
The race, which is scheduled to take place on September 16 in Sicily, includes the likes of Kenyan Thomas Longosiwa, who won bronze in the 5000m in London, as well as Italian athletes Ruggerto Pertile and Yuri Floriani.
Ivet Lalova, Bulgaria's top sprinter, has revealed that she is soon to tie the knot with Italian sprinter Simone Collio.
"We have not decided on a date yet, but the wedding will be very soon," said Lalova, who didn't hide the couple's desire to have a baby when the timing is right.
At the Bigbank Kuldliiga meet in Raplamaa, Estonia, Marek Niit won the men's 300m in 32.74, while Jamaican Patricia Hall won the women's 300m in 37.11.
Home star Gerd Kanter won the discus with an effort of 63.35m, while Ivan Zaytsev of Uzbekistan won the javelin with a 76.85m throw and Anna Iljustsenko cleared 1.87m in the high jump.
At the Polish National Junior and Youth Championships held in Lodz, there were two superb results in the U17 category.
Konrad Bukowiecki managed 18.38m in the 5kg shot, while in the girls javelin (500g), Marcelina Witek set a new Polish record of 57.92m.