María Isabel Pérez Advances to the Semifinals of the 100 Meters

In a thrilling turn of events, Spanish athlete María Isabel Pérez has secured a spot in the semifinals of the 100 meters at the European Championships in Rome. With a time of 11.41, Pérez claimed the thirteenth spot out of fourteen qualifiers, showcasing her speed and determination on the track.

Pérez’s race got off to a rocky start with a false start caused by a leg tremor, resulting in a warning but fortunately no disqualification. After a tense beginning, Pérez managed to finish fourth in her heat with a time of 11.41, trailing behind Lisa Mayer of Germany (11.20), Delphine Nkansa of Belgium (11.28), and Anna Bongiorni of Italy (11.35).

This marks Pérez’s fifth appearance at the European outdoor championships, with her sights set on improving upon her sixth-place finish from two years ago in Munich. The fastest qualifier for the semifinals was Rani Rosius of Belgium, clocking in at 11.20.

As Pérez gears up for the next stage of the competition, all eyes will be on her performance as she vies for a spot in the finals and a chance to make her mark on the European stage. Stay tuned for more updates on Pérez’s journey at the championships.

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