MURER WORLD LEADING 475, CHAMBERS BEATEN BY RODGERS
SEVEN WORLD LEADS, SUPERB BOLT
MARTIN 22.10 IN SHOT PUT
LEMAITRE 10.03, TAMGHO 17.63
LOUGHBOROUGH (GBR, May 23): James Dasalou in his first race since Berlin Golden League last June clocked here 10.06 (+2.5). World finalist Williams Sharman returned from injury with 13.60 (+1.4) hurdles win. World youth star Jodie Williams improved over 200 m to european leading 22.79 (+2.0), she is still only 16 years old. World champion Jessica Ennis showed excellent shape with 12.86 (+2.3) hurdles and 193 win in high jump. Eilidh Child posted 55.84 in the 400 m hurdles. Jack Meredith got UK 110 m hurdles junior record (junior height) 13.36 (+0.9).
NAIROBI (KEN, May 23): Just 40 days after setting one of the world’s fastest times on the road, Rotterdam Marathon silver medallist Geoffrey Kiprono Mutai added another feather to his cap on Sunday by winning the second edition of the Sotokoto Safari Half Marathon race in Nairobi. His wining time was 1:07:55. The women’s race went to Mutai’s team mate, Helah Chelegat (1:17:52), a mother one and current the Poznan half marathon champion. Writes The Nation. The winners took home Sh1.2 million each, which makes the race one of the richest half marathons in Africa.
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