|Ayele Seteng||Men's Marathon||19||F||2:22.27h||SB|
|Zvadya Wodage||Men's Marathon||34||F||2:29.21h|
|Asaf Bimro||Men's Marathon||40||F||2:31.34h|
|Team Israel||Men's Marathon WC||7||F||7:23.22h|
|Nili Abramski||Women's Marathon||41||F||2:46.27h|
|Itay Magidi||Men's 3000 metres steeplechase||30||q||8:43.0m|
|Niki Palli||Men's hign jump||27||q||2.19m|
|Aleksandr Averbukh||Men's pole vault||7||F||5.81m||SB|
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