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Dayron Robles wins hurdles in Lievin in final race before Doha

Olympic champion Dayron Robles of Cuban has won the 60-meter hurdles at the Pas de Calais meet, beating Yevgeniy Borisov of Russia.

Robles finished in 7.45 seconds Friday on the indoor track in Lievin, France. Borisov was 0.08 seconds behind and countryman Igor Permota finished third in 7.67.

Robles is scheduled to run at next week’s world indoor championships in Doha, Qatar. He holds the world record in the 110 hurdles.

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Leslie Djhone of France set a European indoor record in winning the 300 in 32.47 and Roman Smirnov of Russia was second in 32.88.

Jamaica’s Sheri-Ann Brooks clocked 7.20seconds to win the women’s 60m dash.

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