London Diamond League — Hurdlers Run Wild

Danielle Williams PRed twice on the day, moving from =No. 35 on the all-time list to No. 7. (MARK SHEARMAN)

LONDON, ENGLAND, July 20-21—Danielle Williams and Karsten Warholm stormed their way into the all-time top 10s in their respective hurdle specialties to highlight London’s Müller Anniversary Games, the only 2-day meet on this year’s Diamond League circuit.

In the 100H, ’15 world champion Williams was on fire from the outset en route to a sensational 12.32 to cap what was by far the finest day of the 26-year-old Jamaican’s career. Arriving in the British capital with a lifetime best of 12.48, which had her =No. 35 on the all-time list, she dispensed with that in the heats 55 minutes before the final, clocking 12.41 to climb to =No. 17. Her time in the final elevated her to No. 7 ever, supplanting NCAA champ Janeek Brown as Jamaican Recordholder. Nia Ali was a distant 2nd in 12.57 ahead of fellow American Queen Claye (12.64).

Said Williams, who is trying to claw her way onto the Doha squad by way of a DL Wild Card after her DQ at the Jamaican Championships last month, “It has been coming all season and it was just about when.”

Just 12 minutes earlier, Warholm had blitzed to a world-leading 47.12 in the 400H to shatter the European Record for the second time in as many races to move to the No 6 spot all-time. He was at No. 12 coming in. The contest wasn’t a scoring event for DL points, but his chief rivals will nonetheless take note of the Norwegian’s latest exploit, this time coming on the same track where he battled his way to the ’17 world title.

Karsten Warholm produced his sixth PR over the last two seasons and is now No. 6 ever. (MARK SHEARMAN)

With a clear lead as he approached the first hurdle, Warholm forged on, producing the relentless early race attack that has become his trademark. But this time, as he scorched off the final turn, a solitary figure, he didn’t notably slow. The toll of his early pace did finally begin to show as he reached hard to maintain his rhythm as he approached the ninth barrier and then stutter slightly as he approached the tenth and led over it with his non-preferred right leg. But he nonetheless managed to clip a massive 0.21 from the European Record he set in Oslo 5 weeks ago. “I always try to surprise but at the same time it’s not a given,” said the 23-year-old Norwegian, who won by nearly 2 seconds. “It takes hard work, dedication and a lot for me to get out those extraordinary times.”

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce continued to impress in the 100. After cruising to a 10.95 in the heats, the 2-time Olympic gold medalist dominated the second day’s meet-capping final with a 10.78 command performance, her third sub-10.8 of the season. Triple European champion Dina Asher-Smith was a distant 2nd in 10.92, with Marie-Josée Ta Lou 3rd in 10.98. In the men’s 100 African champion Akani Simbine notched his first DL win of the year, holding off Briton Zharnel Hughes 9.95–9.97. In Sunday’s 200 China’s Zhenye Xie, dashed to a surprise 19.88 Asian Record, clipping a massive 0.28 from his previous best. Elaine Thompson won the women’s 200m in 22.13, with Ta Lou (22.36) 2nd.

A pair of electrifying 5000s did their best to pull the spotlight from the sprints. In one of Sunday’s premiere showdowns, Hellen Obiri kicked away from Sifan Hassan with just over 200 to go to win in a world-leading 14:20.36. The Kenyan needed to utilize every bit of her notorious closing speed to hold off compatriot Agnes Tirop, who blew by the fading Hassan over the final 50 to finish 2nd in 14:20.68. For Obiri, it was her second-fastest performance ever and for Tirop, a lifetime best and the fastest non-winning time ever.

Said Obiri, who took the ’17 world title here, “I am so happy because this is my favorite track and I have done my best and I ran the way I wanted to. In the last lap I was thinking, work hard and I said to myself when I went past Hassan, ‘Let me go and see if you can catch me.’” Hassan couldn’t, but still clocked 14:22.12 to improve her own European Record by 0.12, 9 days after breaking the WR in the mile.

In the men’s race, Hagos Gebrhiwet continued his good week. Less than 72 hours after his world-leading 26:48.95 in Hengelo, the 25-year-old Ethiopian (13:01.86) outkicked Norwegian teenager Jakob Ingebrigtsen in a fierce last-lap battle. Ingebrigtsen took the lead with just over 500 to go, trying to build a small gap with the move. But Gebrhiwet reacted quickly to stay in contact before making his bid with 250 remaining. While he couldn’t quite shake Ingebrigtsen, he did hold him off, forcing the European champion to settle for a national record 13:02.03 in 2nd.

On the infield, meet records fell in the women’s long jump and men’s discus throw courtesy of Germany’s Malaika Mihambo and Sweden’s Daniel Ståhl. Mihambo reached 23-½ (7.02) in the fourth round to take the win while Ståhl produced a 224-11 (68.56) effort in the third to secure his seventh straight win. In the triple jump, Pedro Pablo Pichardo won the latest installment in his ongoing rivalry with Christian Taylor, the Portuguese bounding 57-6¼ (17.53) with his fourth jump. Taylor, who was struggling with the swirling winds, reached 56-4¾ (17.19) in round 6 to take the runner-up spot.

Laura Muir closed with a solid 57.3 lap to take the 1500 in 3:58.25 and collect her second DL win of the season. The Scot hit the front as she entered the backstraight and was never seriously threatened, although Kenyan Winny Chebet closed well to finish 2nd in 3:59.93, as did Gabriela DeBues-Stafford, whose 4:00.26 in 3rd was a Canadian Record.

Ferguson Rotich won his first DL 800 of the season in 1:43.14 while the anticipated battle between world leader Nijel Amos and Emmanuel Korir—last year’s top runner—never materialized. Amos pulled up less than 200m into the race, clutching his right hamstring before falling to the track while Korir, still feeling the effects of a serious automobile crash he was involved in 3 weeks ago, was never in the hunt, finishing a distant 8th in 1:44.75.


LONDON DL MEN’S RESULTS

Müller Anniversary Games London, England

July 20–21 (07/20—100, 800, 5K, 400H, LJ, TJ, 100h)

100(0.5): 1. Akani Simbine (SA) 9.93; 2. Zharnel Hughes (GB) 9.95; 3. Yohan Blake (Jam) 9.97; 4. Yuki Koike (Jpn) 9.98 PR; 5. Andre De Grasse (Can) 9.99; 6. Adam Gemili (GB) 10.04; 7. Yoshihide Kiryu (Jpn) 10.13; 8. Cejhae Greene (Ant) 10.19; 9. Arthur Cissé (CI) 10.25.

Non-DL 200(0.9): 1. Zhenye Xie (Chn) 19.88 NR; 2. Miguel Francis (GB) 19.97; 3. Aldemir Gomes da Silva (Bra) 20.17; 4. Yuki Koike (Jpn) 20.24; 5. Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake (GB) 20.28; 6. Eseosa Desalu (Ita) 20.51; 7. Alonso Edward (Pan) 20.52; 8. Shemar Boldizsar (GB) 20.56 PR; 9. Mario Burke (Bar) 20.78.

400: 1. Akeem Bloomfield (Jam) 44.40 (11.1, 9.9 [21.0], 11.1 [32.1], 12.3) (21.0/23.4); 2. Jonathan Jones (Bar) 44.63 NR; 3. Nathon Allen (Jam) 44.85; 4. Obi Igbokwe (US) 45.06; 5. Demish Gaye (Jam) 45.11; 6. Baboloki Thebe (Bot) 45.23; 7. Luka Janežič (Slo) 45.49; 8. Rabah Yousif (GB) 45.52; 9. Marcus Chambers (US) 46.26.

800: 1. Ferguson Cheruiyot (Ken) 1:43.14 (24.5, 26.0 [50.5], 26.5 [1:17.0], 26.1) (50.5/52.6); 2. Wycliffe Kinyamal (Ken) 1:43.48; 3. Marcin Lewandowski (Pol) 1:43.74; 4. Cornelius Tuwei (Ken) 1:43.90; 5. Wesley Vázquez (PR) 1:44.42 (1:16.57); 6. Jamie Webb (GB) 1:44.52 PR; 7. Adam Kszczot (Pol) 1:44.61; 8. Emmanuel Korir (Ken) 1:44.75; 9. Kyle Langford (GB) 1:44.97 PR; 10. Elliot Giles (GB) 1:45.03; 11. Andreas Kramer (Swe) 1:45.10;… dnf—Nijel Amos (Bot) (inj);… rabbit—Harun Abda (US) (49.48).

Non-DL Mile: 1. Samuel Tefera (Eth) 3:49.45 PR (out WL) (3:34.36);

2. Filip Ingebrigtsen (Nor) 3:49.60 NR (3:34.35) (2:52.25) (57.3, 57.9 [1:55.2], 57.1 [2:52.3], 57.3 409m); 3. Jake Wightman (GB) 3:52.02 PR (3:36.66); 4. Charles Simotwo (Ken) 3:53.31 PR (3:37.69); 5. Matthew Ramsden (Aus) 3:53.32 PR (3:37.96); 6. Amos Bartelsmeyer (Ger) 3:53.33 PR (3:38.58); 7. Chris O’Hare (GB) 3:53.35 (3:38.34); 8. Josh Kerr (GB) 3:53.88 PR (3:38.47); 9. Ryan Gregson (Aus) 3:54.54 (3:38.75); 10. Jake Heyward (GB) 3:54.78 PR (3:39.38); 11. Nick Willis (NZ) 3:55.45 (3:39.68);

12. Piers Copeland (GB) 3:56.05 PR (3:40.78); 13. James West (GB) 3:56.79 PR (3:40.46); 14. Vincent Kibet (Ken) 3:58.09 (3:39.92); 15. Zak Seddon (GB) 3:58.90 PR (3:41.31 PR); 16. Neil Gourley (GB) 4:05.80 (3:44.23);… rabbits—Bram Som (Hol) (55.20), Jordan Williamsz (Aus) (1:53.04).

Non-DL 5000: 1. Hagos Gebrhiwet (Eth) 13:01.86 (finish: 25.7, 53.3, 1:54.2, 4:01.5); 2. Jakob Ingebrigtsen (Nor) 13:02.03 NR, NJR (25.6, 53.6, 1:54.5, 4:01.5); 3. Nicholas Kimeli (Ken) 13:05.48; 4. Stewart McSweyn (Aus) 13:05.63; 5. Andrew Butchart (GB) 13:06.21 PR; 6. Rhonex Kipruto (Ken) 13:07.40 PR (7:55.91, 10:36.02); 7. Yemaneberhan Crippa (Ita) 13:07.84 PR; 8. Patrick Tiernan (Aus) 13:12.68 PR; 9. Morgan McDonald (Aus) 13:18.91; 10. Ben Connor (GB) 13:19.47 PR; 11. Paul Tanui (Ken) 13:23.27; 12. Alexander Yee (GB) 13:29.18 PR; 13. Brett Robinson (Aus) 13:39.37; 14. Marc Scott (GB) 13:49.55; 15. Sam Parsons (Ger) 13:50.30; 16. Sam McEntee (Aus) 13:55.07; 17. Nick Goolab (GB) 14:02.27;… dnf—Jordan Gusman (Aus), Sam Atkin (GB);… rabbit—Cornelius Kiplangat (Ken) (2:38.55, 5:14.28).

Non-DL 110H(0.4): 1. Wenjun Xie (Chn) 13.28; 2. Wilhem Belocian (Fra) 13.28; 3. Omar McLeod (Jam) 13.32; 4. Pascal Martinot-Lagarde (Fra) 13.49; 5. Antonio Alkana (SA) 13.51; 6. Andy Pozzi (GB) 13.52; 7. Ronald Levy (Jam) 13.60; 8. David King (GB) 13.66;… fs—Cameron Fillery (GB).

Non-DL 400H: 1. Karsten Warholm (Nor) 47.12 NR (WL) (6, 6 W);

2. Yasmani Copello (Tur) 48.93; 3. Amere Lattin (US) 49.18; 4. Byron Robinson (US) 49.29; 5. Rasmus Mägi (Est) 49.71; 6. Jaheel Hyde (Jam) 49.79; 7. Jeffery Gibson (Bah) 49.88; 8. Chris McAlister (GB) 49.93;… dnf—Kyron McMaster (BVI).

4 x 100: 1. Great Britain 37.60 (WL) (Ujah, Hughes, Kilty, Mitchell-Blake);

2. Japan 37.78; 3. Netherlands 37.99 NR; 4. Brazil 38.01; 5. China 38.54; 6. Taipei 39.76; 7. Poland 39.87.

Field Events

HJ: 1. Majed El Dein Ghazal (Syr) 7-6½ (2.30); 2. Mutaz Essa Barshim (Qat) 7-5¼ (2.27); 3. Tihomir Ivanov (Bul) 7-4¼ (2.24); 4. Ilya Ivanyuk (Rus) 7-4¼ (2.24); 5. Tom Gale (GB) 7-4¼; 6. Andrii Protsenko (Ukr) 7-4¼; 7. Hamish Kerr (NZ) 7-2½ (2.20); 8. Chris Baker (GB) 7-2½; 9. Mathew Sawe (Ken) 7-2½.

LJ: 1. Luvo Manyonga (SA) 27-5½ (8.37) (26-7¼, 26-5½, 26-5½, 27-5½, 26-7¾) (8.11, 8.06, 8.06, 8.37, 8.12);

2. Tajay Gayle (Jam) 27-3¾ (8.32) PR (26-5, 21-7½, 27-3¾, f, f, f) (8.05, 6.59, 8.32, f, f, f); 3. Ruswahl Samaai (SA) 26-7¼ (8.11) ; 4. Miltiádis Tentóglou (Gre) 26-2¾ (7.99); 5. Trumaine Jefferson (US) 25-10¾ (7.89); 6. Jacob Fincham-Dukes (GB) 25-3¼ (7.70); 7. Dan Bramble (GB) 24-11¾ (7.61); 8. Henry Smith (Aus) 24-10 (7.57).

TJ: 1. Pedro Pablo Pichardo (Por) 57-6¼ (17.53) (56-2¾, f, 56-11¼, 57-6¼, 55-9¼) (17.14, f, 17.35, 17.53, 17.00); 2. Christian Taylor (US) 56-4¾ (17.19) (51-4½, 54-6¾, 53-9, 55-10½, 56-4¾) (15.66, 16.63, 16.38, 17.03, 17.19); 3. Fabrice Zango Hugues (Bur) 55-4¾ (16.88); 4. Alexis Copello (Aze) 55-1½ (16.80); 5. Ben Williams (GB) 53-11¾ (16.45); 6. Nelson Évora (Por) 53-8½ (16.37); 7. Nathan Douglas (GB) 53-1 (16.18).

DT: 1. Daniel Ståhl (Swe) 224-11 (68.56) (205-11, 218-6, 224-11, f, f, 215-7) (62.77, 66.61, 68.56, f, f, 65.71); 2. Fedrick Dacres (Jam) 220-1 (67.09) (220-1, f, 219-8, f, 215-11, 217-1) (67.09, f, 66.95, f, 65.83, 66.18); 3. Andrius Gudžius (Lit) 214-7 (65.40); 4. Ola Stunes Isene (Nor) 211-9 (64.55); 5. Piotr Małachowski (Pol) 209-4 (63.81); 6. Lukas Weisshaidinger (Aut) 209-1 (63.74); 7. Christoph Harting (Ger) 208-11 (63.69); 8. Matt Denny (Aus) 207-6 (63.25); 9. Lawrence Okoye (GB) 199-6 (60.80); 10. Gregory Thompson (GB) 198-3 (60.42).

LONDON DL WOMEN’S RESULTS

(7/20—200, 400, 1500, 100H, 4×1, PV, JT, 100Hh)

100(0.7): 1. Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (Jam) 10.78; 2. Dina Asher-Smith (GB) 10.92; 3. Marie-Josée Ta Lou (CI) 10.98; 4. Blessing Okagbare (Ngr) 11.04; 5. Gina Lückenkemper (Ger) 11.14; 6. Murielle Ahouré (CI) 11.17; 7. Michelle-Lee Ahye (Tri) 11.19; 8. Tatjana Pinto (Ger) 11.28;… fs—Dafne Schippers (Hol).

Non-DL 200(1.1): 1. Elaine Thompson (Jam) 22.13; 2. Ta Lou 22.36; 3. Beth Dobbin (GB) 22.50 PR; 4. Shashalee Forbes (Jam) 22.93; 5. Jamile Samuel (Hol) 22.94; 6. Mujinga Kambundji (Swi) 22.95; 7. Schillonie Calvert-Powell (Jam) 23.16; 8. Bianca Williams (GB) 23.19; 9. Katarina Johnson-Thompson (GB) 23.19.

400: 1. Shericka Jackson (Jam) 50.69; 2. Stephenie Ann McPherson (Jam) 50.74; 3. Laviai Nielsen (GB) 50.83 PR; 4. Anastasia Le-Roy (Jam) 51.46; 5. Justyna Święty-Ersetic (Pol) 51.58; 6. Emily Diamond (GB) 51.69; 7. Anita Horvat (Slo) 51.83.

Non-DL 800: 1. Lynsey Sharp (GB) 1:58.61; 2. Catriona Bissett (Aus) 1:58.78 NR; 3. Alexandra Bell (GB) 1:59.82 PR; 4. Shelayna Oskan-Clarke (GB) 1:59.83; 5. Morgan Mitchell (Aus) 2:00.06 PR; 6. Hannah Segrave (GB) 2:00.18 PR; 7. Natoya Goule (Jam) 2:00.51 (1:27.70); 8. Carley Thomas (Aus) 2:01.01 PR; 9. Adelle Tracey (GB) 2:09.74;… rabbit—Aneta Lemiesz (Pol) (56.91).

1500: 1. Laura Muir (GB) 3:58.25 (3:15.11) (65.6, 65.9 [2:11.5], 63.7 [3:15.2], 43.1) (14.8, 28.8, 57.4, 2:03.2); 2. Winny Chebet (Ken) 3:59.93; 3. Gabriela DeBues-Stafford (Can) 4:00.26 NR; 4. Winnie Nanyondo (Uga) 4:00.40; 5. Konstanze Klosterhalfen (Ger) 4:00.43; 6. Sarah McDonald (GB) 4:00.46 PR; 7. Jemma Reekie (GB) 4:02.09 PR; 8. Claudia Bobocea (Rom) 4:02.27 PR; 9. Rabab Arrafi (Mor) 4:03.53; 10. Daryia Barysevich (Blr) 4:03.58 PR; 11. Ciara Mageean (Ire) 4:03.70; 12. Sofia Ennaoui (Pol) 4:04.06; 13. Linden Hall (Aus) 4:04.29; 14. Axumawit Embaye (Eth) 4:04.63;… rabbit—Hannah Segrave (GB) (65.21, 65.82 [2:11.03]).

5000: 1. Hellen Obiri (Ken) 14:20.36 (WL) (finish: 30.6, 62.0, 2:07.5, 4:23.4); 2. Agnes Tirop (Ken) 14:20.68 PR (6, x W) (30.4, 62.1, 2:07.6, 4:23.6); 3. Sifan Hassan (Hol) 14:22.12 NR (8, x W) (11:39.09) (32.1, 63.9, 2:09.4, 4:24.6);

4. Margaret Kipkemboi (Ken) 14:31.69 PR; 5. Caroline Kipkirui (Ken) 14:36.10; 6. Eva Cherono (Ken) 14:40.25 PR;

7. Beatrice Chebet (Ken) 14:46.12 PR (WJL) (7, x WJ);

8. Lilian Rengeruk (Ken) 14:48.69; 9. Gloria Kite (Ken) 14:49.22 PR (8:46.22); 10. Letesenbet Gidey (Eth) 14:51.46; 11. Karoline Bjerkeli Grøvdal (Nor) 14:51.66 PR; 12. Laura Weightman (GB) 14:51.78 PR; 13. Eilish McColgan (GB) 14:51.89; 14. Lonah Chemtai Salpeter (Isr) 14:59.02 NR; 15. Dominique Scott Efurd (SA) 14:59.08 PR; 16. Andrea Seccafien (Can) 15:12.93; 17. Jessica Judd (GB) 15:16.47 PR; 18. Rosie Clarke (GB) 15:19.75 PR; 19. Jessica O’Connell (Can) 15:28.80; 20. Amy-Eloise Neale (GB) 15:35.02;… dnf—Melissa Courtney (GB), Renata Pliś (Pol);… rabbits—Natalie Rule (Aus) (2:53.90), Winnie Nanyondo (Uga) (5:48.44). (best-ever mark-for-place: 2–3)

100H(0.8): 1. Danielle Williams (Jam) 12.32 NR (WL) (7, x W);

2. Nia Ali (US) 12.57; 3. Queen Claye (née Harrison) (US) 12.64; 4. Megan Tapper (Jam) 12.66; 5. Tobi Amusan (Ngr) 12.73; 6. Pedrya Seymour (Bah) 12.96; 7. Elvira Herman (Blr) 13.02; 8. Evonne Britton (US) 13.15;… dq—Tiffani McReynolds (US) (fell).

400H: 1. Rushell Clayton (Jam) 54.16 PR; 2. Zuzana Hejnová (CzR) 54.33; 3. Tia Adana Belle (Bar) 54.54; 4. Anna Ryzhykova (Ukr) 54.64; 5. Janieve Russell (Jam) 55.14; 6. Meghan Beesley (GB) 55.20; 7. Sage Watson (Can) 55.32; 8. Wenda Nel (SA) 56.39.

Non-DL 4 x 100: 1. Jamaica 42.29; 2. Great Britain 42.30; 3. China 42.71; 4. Brazil 43.18; 5. All Stars International (US) 43.42; 6. Poland 43.44; 7. Australia 44.04.

Field Events

PV: 1. Anzhelika Sidorova (Rus) 15-7 (4.75) (14-11, 15-3, 15-7 [2], 15-9¾ [xxx]) (4.55, 4.65, 4.75 [2], 4.82 [xxx]); 2. Katerína Stefanídi (Gre) 15-7 (14-11 [2], 15-3, 15-7 [2], 15-9¾ [xxx]) (4.55 [2], 4.65, 4.75 [2], 4.82 [xxx]); 3. Holly Bradshaw (GB) 15-3 (4.65); 4. Yarisley Silva (Cub) 15-3; 5. Rosbeilys Peinado (Ven) 15-3; 6. Alysha Newman (Can) 15-3; 7. Nikoléta Kiriakopoúlou (Gre) 14-11 (4.55); 8. Angelica Bengtsson (Swe) 14-11; 9. Michaela Meijer (Swe) 14-11.

LJ: 1. Malaika Mihambo (Ger) 23-½ (7.02) (f, 22-10, f, 23-½, 22-9, f) (f, 6.96, f, 7.02, 6.93, f); 2. Brittney Reese (US) 22-4½ (6.82) (21-3½, 21-11¾, 22-¼, f, 22-1¾, 22-4½) (6.49, 6.70, 6.71, f, 6.75, 6.82); 3. Maryna Bekh-Romanchuk (Ukr) 22-3 (6.78); 4. Brooke Stratton (Aus) 21-9½ (6.64); 5. Lorraine Ugen (GB) 21-8¾ (6.62); 6. Tissanna Hickling (Jam) 21-5¼ (6.53); 7. Katarina Johnson-Thompson (GB) 21-2¾ (6.47); 8. Christabel Nettey (Can) 20-9¼ (6.33);… 3f—Shara Proctor (GB).

JT: 1. Tatsiana Khaladovich (Blr) 216-10 (66.10) (187-8, 210-1, 216-10, 199-0, 215-0, f) (57.21, 64.05, 66.10, 60.66, 65.53, f); 2. Kelsey Barber (Aus) 216-0 (65.85) (191-0, 162-8, 211-0, 180-3, 198-2, 216-0) (58.22, 49.58, 64.31, 54.95, 60.40, 65.85); 3. Christin Hussong (Ger) 215-7 (65.73) (215-7, 202-9, f, 214-8, 206-4, f) (65.73, 61.81, f, 65.43, 62.89, f); 4. Sara Kolak (Cro) 209-4 (63.80); 5. Nikola Ogrodníková (CzR) 206-10 (63.05); 6. Barbora Špotáková (CzR) 202-10 (61.82); 7. Martina Ratej (Slo) 199-5 (60.79); 8. Madara Palameika (Lat) 197-3 (60.13); 9. Kara Winger (US) 197-1 (60.08); 10. Liz Gleadle (Can) 191-6 (58.38). ◻︎

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