200 m: Tyson Gay fulfills promises, meet record 19.72 (+0.1) but the sensation came from behind. 100 m specialist Yohan Blake improved from 20.60 to 19.78! Coach Mills must be pleased. Did anybody in the history ran a faster time from lane 8? Anyway, Dix if competes in Zurich is confirmed Diamond Race winner.
400 m: Unexpected world lead and national record for Jermaine Gonzales 44.40. Another top mark from Mills Racers TC. Also Ricardo Chambers improved to 44.54, Jamaica can attack the world also here now.
800 m: Kaki in usual manner 1:43.10, but behind him plenty of joy for Lalang 1:43.29 PB, Mulaudzi 1:43.29. Kivuna, Kiplagat, Torrence PB´s.
1500 m: Even without Kiprop the best race of the year with first two sub 3:30 of 2010. Unknown Silas Kiplagat wins and registered a huge improvement from 3:34.28 beeing second at Nationals in June to 3:29.27 in his first European track race of career! Second Laalou improved to 3:29.83. Third Choge 3:30.22, fourth Wheating in his pro debut in the 1500 m massive 3:30.90, fifth Gregson Oceanian record 3:31.06. What a race. Top two became 19th and 20th sub 3:30 runners ever (Ken Nakamura).
110mH: This time no sub 13. But Oliver wins clearly 13.01 (+1.0) a meet record.
LONDON (GBR): Athletics Weekly website informs that 110 m hurdles world record holder Dayron Robles will go head-to-head with the world leader David Oliver for second time this year after Daegu at the Aviva London Grand Prix, part of Samsung Diamond League. Oliver and Robles were to face each other in Paris and Monaco but the Cuban pulled out, citing an injury. The field also contains home runners Andy Turner and Williams Sharman, who will be contenders at the European Championships.
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