botha's who came second goal just as fellow countryman i can and that will begin in third world fattal's the closest rival for the championship lewis hamilton of mercedes could only pose the fourteenth fastest time after a hydraulics failure saw him abandon the session altogether. and next we had two in monaco where the idea for a diamond leagues the latest track and field meeting featured a new world record kenya's beatrice produced the crowning performance of the season in the three thousand meter steeple chase here's a look at her record breaking run and more. twenty seven year old beatrice chip koichi already had the fastest time this season in the three thousand meter steeplechase but here in monaco she found an extra gear and shaved more than ten seconds off her personal best said he'd a new world record of eight minutes forty four point three two seconds becoming the first kidney and woman to hold the record. i mean i think my aim was get on and get to. the women's one hundred meter which of marie jo's a to loue of the ivory coast she crossed the finish line at a blazing ten point
botha's the two red balls light up fifth and sixth. and just a reminder of the top story we're following for you officials in thailand say conditions are improving for evacuating the children trapped in a flooded cave to get the group. soon rain water levels to rise and messages to their families say they're doing fine. watching the news more at the top of the hour to get the latest anytime on our web site. and then for lent thanks for joining us. live. up the t.v. who do you think is going to be a little should look at what. the measures. of the eighteen soccer world cup.
botha in qualifying hamilton took advantage of light conditions of the rain to speed home in just over one minute thirty five seconds to victory puts him in a commanding position for sunday's main event as he looks to extend his seventeen point lead in the standings hamilton's time rivals boston federal who stars in fourth place. and just remind her of the top story that we're following for you. have voted today in national elections in which incumbent strongman prime minister hun sen is expected to return to power human rights groups have criticized a crackdown on dissent and to be opposition saying that the election was a shock. to europe today's and you're watching daily news thanks john. different languages we fight for different things that's fine but we all stick up for freedom freedom of speech and freedom of press. giving freedom of choice global news that matters w made for minds.
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