A Maltese sprinter, C. Scicluna was born on January 27, 2001. She participated in the 2020 Summer Olympics, in Women’s 100 m.
C. Scicluna was born on 27 January 2001. At the 2020 Maltese national championships, she won both the 100-meter and 4×100-meter relay events, making her the undisputed champion.
C. Scicluna made it to the semi-finals of the 200-meter dash at the 2017 European Youth Olympic Festival and finished fourth in the 2021 European Championships for Small States.
C. Scicluna qualified for the 100m at the 2020 Summer Olympics, earning a universality place. Now she’s in medical school.
C. Scicluna Makes it to Next Tokyo 2020 Olympics Round After Stunning Performance
After coming fourth in her 100-metre heat, Maltese track and field athlete C. Scicluna will be going to the next round in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
With a preliminary round time of 12.11 seconds, C. Scicluna finished second only to Indonesia’s Alvin Tehupeiory. Her performance was sufficient to advance to the next phase.
C. Scicluna is the only Maltese athlete to advance out of the first round of competition for the 2020 Olympics.
At 12:47 p.m. on Saturday, Carla will compete in Heat Five of the first round of the women’s 100-meter dash (5:47 am local time). Wow, great job, Carla!
Tokyo Olympics: C. Scicluna Finishes in Eighth Place, Eleanor Bezzina Places 41st
After two competitors competed on Friday, the Maltese Olympic team was officially finished with their duties at the 2020 Tokyo Games. First to compete was 20-year-old medical student and 100-meter sprinter C. Scicluna in the third preliminary heat.
With a time of 12.12 seconds, she finished the race in third place. She ran in the sixth heat and made it through to the first round.
With a final time of 12 minutes and 16 seconds, C. Scicluna came in at number eight.
Eleanor Bezzina competed in the Rapid category of the 25m Pistol second round at the Asaka Shooting Centre.
Bezzina had a total score of 276 after scoring 91, 92, and 93. Bezzina ended up in 41st place with 565 points after this and Thursday’s precision phase, where she scored 289 points.
As per COVID-19 rules, the two athletes must return to Malta within 48 hours of the conclusion of the competition.
Track and field sprinter C. Scicluna of Malta advanced to the first round of heats in the 100 metres on Friday at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, finishing third in her preliminary round event.
For her first Olympic competition, the teenage sprinter raced in the third heat of the preliminary round at Tokyo’s Olympic Stadium, where she came in third place with a time of 12.11 seconds.