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Lausanne Diamond League Meet Complete Results

The following are the complete results from the IAAF Diamond League meeting that took place in Lausanne, Switzerland on July 9.

The following are the complete results from the IAAF Diamond League meeting that took place in Lausanne, Switzerland on July 9.

American Justin Gatlin was one of the highlighted starters at the meet and the 2004 Olympic champion didn’t fail after running 9.75 seconds to win the men’s 100m dash at the Athletissima Diamond League meet last Thursday.

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Full Results – Men

100-1, Justin Gatlin, United States, 9.75. 2, Asafa Powell, Jamaica, 9.92. 3, Tyson Gay, United States, 9.92. 4, Michael Rodgers, United States, 10.03. 5, Keston Bledman, Trinidad and Tobago, 10.03. 6, Kim Collins, Saint Kitts and Nevis, 10.08. 7, Isiah Young, United States, 10.11.

200-1, Zharnel Hughes, Britain, 20.13. 2, Anaso Jobodwana, South Africa, 20.21. 3, Isiah Young, United States, 20.27. 4, Lykourgos-Stefanos Tsakonas, Greece, 20.40. 5, Alonso Edward, Panama, 20.48. 6, Churandy Martina, Netherlands, 20.72. 7, Ameer Webb, United States, 20.74. 8. Nickel Ashmeade, Jamaica, 20.96.

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800-1, Nijel Amos, Botswana, 1:43.27. 2, David Rudisha, Kenya, 1:43.76. 3, Ferguson Rotich Cheruiyot, Kenya, 1:44.44. 4, Alfred Kipketer, Kenya, 1:45.14. 5, Marcin Lewandowski, Poland, 1:45.36. 6, Job Kinyor, Kenya, 1:45.53. 7, Pierre-Ambroise Bosse, France, 1:45.62. 8, Mohammed Aman, Ethiopia, 1:46.03.

5,000-1, Mo Farah, Britain, 13:11.77 2, Yomif Kejelcha, Ethiopia, 13:12.59. 3, Edwin Cheruiyot Soi, Kenya, 13:17.17. 4, Yasin Haji, Ethiopia, 13:18.18. 5, Muktar Edris, Ethiopia, 13:19.17. 6, Bitan Karoki, Kenya, 13:21.26. 7, Aweke Ayalew, Bahrain, 13:21.72. 8, Yenew Alamirew, Ethiopia, 13:22.68.

400 Hurdles-1, Bershawn Jackson, United States, 48.71. 2, LJ Van Zyl, South Africa, 48.92. 3, Denis Kudryavtsev, Russia, 49.01. 4, Javier Culson, Puerto Rico, 49.33. 5, Michael Tinsley, United States, 49.42. 6, Kariem Hussein, Switzerland, 49.44. 7, Quincy Downing, United States, 49.96. 8, Jehue Gordon, Trinidad and Tobago, 50.07.

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Pole Vault-1, Pawel Wojciechowski, Poland, 19 feet, 2 inches. 2, Raphael Holzdeppe, Germany, 18-10 3/4. 3, Renaud Lavillenie, France, 18-10 3/4. 4, Konstantinos Filippidis, Greece, 18-10 3/4. 5, Sam Kendricks, United States, 18-5. 6, Thiago Braz. Brazil, 18-5. 7 (tie), Aleksandr Gripich, Russia and Kevin Menaldo, France, 18-5.

Triple Jump-1, Christian Taylor, United States, 53-9. 2, Pedro Pablo Pichardo, Cuba, 59-0 1/4. 3, Omar Craddock, United States, 56-9 1/4. 4, Nelson Evora, Portugal, 56-6 3/4. 5, Lyukman Adams, Russia, 55-0 3/4. 6, Fabrizio Donato, Italy, 54-5 1/2. 7, Fabian Florant, Netherlands, 53-0 1/4.

Shot Put-1, David Storl, Germany, 72-6 1/4. 2, Joe Kovacs, United States, 71-2 3/4. 3, Reese Hoffa, United States, 69-10 3/4. 4, Christian Cantwell, United States, 68-8 1/2. 5, Tom Walsh, New Zealand, 68-5 1/4. 6, Ryan Whiting, United States, 68-0 1/4. 7, Tomasz Majewski, Poland, 67-8 3/4. 8, Jordan Clarke, United States, 67-7.

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Javelin-1, Keshorn Walcott, Trinidad and Tobago, 259-9. 2, Vitezslav Vesely, Czech Republic, 288-7. 3, Tero Pitkamaki, Finland, 286-10. 4, Julius Yego, Kenya, 280-6. 5, Jakub Vadlejch, Czech Republic, 279-4. 6, Ari Mannio, Finland, 265-1. 7, Thomas Roehler, Germany, 264-10. 8, Hamish Peacock, Australia, 260-9.

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Women Results

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200-1, Allyson Felix, United States, 22.09. 2, Dafne Schippers, Netherlands, 22.29. 3, Murielle Ahoure, Ivory Coast, 22.36. 4, Dezerea Bryant, United States, 22.63. 5, Jeneba Tarmoh, United States, 6, Sanya Richards-Ross, United States, 22.94. 7, Bianca Williams, Britain, 23.24. 8, Mujinga Kambundji, Switzerland, 23.27.

400-1, Shaunae Miller, Bahamas, 49.92. 2, Sanya Richards-Ross, United States, 51.12. 3, Novlene Williams-Mills, Jamaica, 51.15. 4, Anyika Onoura, Britain, 51.26. 5, Natasha Hastings, United States, 51.29. 6, Regina George, Nigeria, 51.99. 7, Phyllis Francis, United States, 52.04. 8, Indira Terrero, Spain, 53.99.

800-1, Selina Buechel, Switzerland, 2:01.68. 2, Molly Ludlow, United States, 2:02.08. 3, Latavia Thomas, United States, 2:03.21. 4, Shannon Rowbury, United States, 2:03.53. 5, Noelie Yarigo, Benin, 2:03.54. 6, Jessica Smith, Canada, 2:03.92. 7, Winnie Nanyondo, Uganda, 2:04.14. 8, Tigist Assefa, Ethiopia, 2:06.71.

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1,500-1, Sifan Hassan, Netherlands, 4:02.36. 2, Faith Chepngetich Kipyegon, Kenya, 4:02.38. 3, Jenny Simpson, United States, 4:03.54. 4, Mercy Cherono, Kenya, 4:04.24. 5, Gudaf Tsegay, Ethiopia, 4:05.29. 6, Siham Hilali, Morocco, 4:05.55. 7, Viola Jelagat Kibiwot, Kenya. 8, Senbere Teferi, Ethiopia, 4:06.81.

100 Hurdles-1, Dawn Harper-Nelson, United States, 12.55. 2, Jasmin Stowers, United States, 12.58. 3, Queen Harrison, United States, 12.63. 4, Sharika Nelvis, United States, 12.63. 5, Tiffany Porter, Britain, 12.66. 6, Kristi Castlin, United States, 12.71. 7, Alina Talay, Belarus, 12.81. 8, Jacquelyn Coward, United States, 13.14.

400 Hurdles-1, Sara Petersen, Denmark, 55.01. 2, Wenda Theron Nel, South Africa, 55.78. 3, Lauren Wells, Australia, 56.25. 4, Lea Sprunger, Switzerland, 56.26. 5, Vera Rudakova, Russia, 56.49. 6, Axelle Dauwens, Belgium, 56.62. 7, Hayat Lambarki, Morocco, 56.62. 8, Petra Fontanive, Switzerland, 58.45.

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3,000 Steeplechase-1, Virginia Nyambura, Kenya, 9:16.99. 2, Hiwot Ayalew, Ethiopia, 9:17.22. 3, Emma Coburn, United States, 9:20.67. 4, Ruth Jebet, Bahrain, 9:26.87. 5, Tigest Getent, Bahrain, 9:31.53. 6, Lidya Chepkurui, Kenya, 9:33.03. 7, Carloine Chepkurui Tuigong, Kenya, 9:34.15. 8, Sviatlana Kudzelich, Belarus, 9:35.42.

High Jump-1, Anna Chicherova, Russia, 6-8. 2, Ruth Beitia, Spain, 6-4 1/4. 3, Erika Kinsey, Sweden, 6-4 1/4. 4, Svetlana Shkolina, Russia, 6-4 1/4. 5 (tie), Svetlana Radzivil, Uzbekistan, and Ana Simic, Croatia, 6-3 1/4. 7, Marie Jungfleisch, Germany, 6-2. 8, Levern Spenser, St.Lucia, 6-2.

Long Jump-1, Tianna Bartoletta, United States, 22-6 1/4. 2, Shara Proctor, Britain, 22-3 1/2. 3, Christabel Nettey, Canada, 21-11. 4, Blessing Okagbare-Ighoteguonor, Nigeria, 21-10 1/4. 5, Sosthene Moguenara, Germany, 21-8. 6, Ivana Spanovic, Serbia, 21-8. 7, Janay Deloach, United States, 21-7 1/4. 8, Darya Klishina, Russia, 21-6 3/4.

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Discus-1, Yaimi Perez, Cuba, 220-3. 2, Sandra Perkovic, Croatia, 220-0. 3, Denia Caballero, Cuba, 216-8. 4, Dani Samuels, Australia, 211-11. 5, Melina Robert-Michon, France, 209-3. 6, Nadine Mueller, Germany, 208-5. 7, Whitney Ashley, United States, 202-7.

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