30 May 2023
The T-Meeting on Whit Monday, it is now written down in the agenda of many athletes. This year with an impressive field of participants. But a good field of participants or not, only the performance counts. Meeting Records and Limits are part of making THE sprint & jumping competition of the Netherlands a success. And it succeeded.
Under the supervision of a warm sun and relaxed atmosphere, the day started with the 400 meter hurdles for women. With a Meeting Record in the books of Femke Bol, the focus in this event is more on individual performance improvements. And this succeeded with the victory for the youngest athlete in the event, Abigail Noruwa. With a time of 59.35s she also qualified for the European Championships under 20! The Belgian Mimoun Abdoul Wahab won the men's race.
The 100 meter flat, the fireworks event in athletics, did not disappoint as usual. In the men's race, Joris van Gool (series: 10.38s, final: 10.45s) managed to stay ahead of the Irish duo Israel Olatunde and Joseph Olalekan Ojewumi ]. In the women's race, the win went to Naomi Sedney (11.58s), followed by Leonie van Vliet and Ireland's Mollie Oreilly. In the double distance, the 200 meters, the roles were reversed for the women. Here van Vliet took the win with an improvement of the meeting record with a time of 23.66s.
The short hurdles were on the program twice this year, two attempts for the athletes to achieve a great performance. The first run was optimally exploited by Jamie Sesay, with a time of 13.72s he qualified for the European Under-20 Championship in Jerusalem (ISR) this summer. One hundredth faster was Joas van Hellemondt (13.71s), but van Hellemondt already has the starting ticket for the EKU20 in his pocket. The second run later on the day was more than good for the Belgian Elie Bacari. During his second run he not only improved the meeting record of Job Geerds (second in the series), Bacari also qualified for the European Championship under 23 in Espoo (FIN) with a time of 13.80s.
Despite the sometimes challenging wind, the organization is happy that many personal records have been broken again this year. Congratulations to all the athletes in making this another great T-Meeting!
T Meeting 2023
From, for & by athletes.
27 May 2023
Monday is the day, time to #shine. The jury is ready, the weather forecast looks great and the participants lists is better than ever. Let the sprinting and jumping begin!
Monday's results can be found the fastest on the athletics track itself, but also online via atletiek.nu. The series grouping can also be found in advance.
Category E World Ranking Competition
The T-Meeting is one of the four category E World Ranking Competition track competitions in the Netherlands this year. Thanks to this status, athletes can earn points for the World Ranking and, based on their position on this World Ranking, qualify directly for a tournament. In addition, the T-Meeting is also part of the new Track & Field series under supervision of the Dutch Athletics federation.
The organization expects plenty of spectacle and welcomes you to the athletics track at Bernard Leenestraat 48 in Tilburg.
20 Mar. 2023
Preparations for the 12th edition of the T-Meeting are already in full swing. The T-Meeting, this year on Monday 29 May, is an ideal start to a great season.
The T-Meeting is one of the four category E World Ranking Competition track competitions in the Netherlands this year. Thanks to this status, athletes can earn points for the World Ranking and, based on their position on this World Ranking, qualify directly for a tournament.
Sprint and jump
It is now common practice that the sprinting and jumping numbers have central rol during the T-Meeting. This year's program includes the sprinting numbers: 100m, 200m, 400m, 100mh/110mh and the 400mh. The jumping events are: triple jump, long jump, high jump and pole vault. A possible side event will be decided later.
Would you like to help make the T-Meeting possible as a volunteer? Register here as a volunteer for the T-Meeting on May 29. Would you like to take photos or visit the T-Meeting as a press? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.