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Oslo Diamond League Meeting Results: June 9

Results from the 2016 Oslo’s ExxonMobil Bislett Games IAAF Diamond League Meeting in Norway on Thursday (9).

Results from the 2016 Oslo’s ExxonMobil Bislett Games IAAF Diamond League Meeting in Norway on Thursday (9).

World Championships 200m gold medallist Dafne Schippers of the Netherlands flashed to a world-leading, meeting record and Diamond League record of 21.93 seconds to win the women’s 200m – easily putting away her closest rival, Jamaica’s Elaine Thompson, the world silver medalist from Beijing, who ran 22.64 for the runnerup spot.

In the battle of the big men, USA world-leader Joe Kovacs responded to the challenge of Konrad Bukowiecki from Poland with with two big heaves, including the winning effort of 22.01 metres to win the men’s Shot Put.

After Bukowiecki produced an effort of 21.14m in the fourth round – the farthest ever by a junior athlete with the senior shot, Kovacs responded with marks of 21.51m and 22.01m in the fifth and sixth rounds to pull away.

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Other winners on Thursday evening were Andre De Grasse of Canada in the men’s 100m with 10.07 secs, Turkey’s Yasmani Copello (48.79) for the men’s 400m hurdles, Frenchman Renaud Lavillenie (5.80m) in the men’s pole vault, Stephenie McPherson (51.04) of Jamaica in the women’s 400m, Croatia’s Sandra Perkovic (67.10m) in the women’s discus and Serbia’s Ivana Spanovic (6.94m) in the women’s long jump.

Thursday’s meeting was the the seventh stop of the 2016 IAAF Diamond League series.

Men’s 100m

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1. Andre De Grasse (Canada) 10.07
2. Mike Rodgers (U.S.) 10.09
3. Dentarius Locke (U.S.) 10.12
4. Ameer Webb (U.S.) 10.18
5. Christophe Lemaitre (France) 10.20
6. Sean McLean (U.S.) 10.32
7. Wilfried Koffi (Cote D’Ivoire) 10.35
8. Kim Collins (St Kitts and Nevis) 11.59

Men’s Mile

1. Asbel Kiprop (Kenya) 3:51.48
2. Elijah Manangoi (Kenya) 3:52.04
3. Taoufik Makhloufi (Algeria) 3:52.24
4. Nicholas Willis (New Zealand) 3:52.26
5. Ryan Gregson (Australia) 3:52.59
6. Charlie Grice (Britain) 3:52.85
7. Henrik Ingebrigtsen (Norway) 3:53.19
8. Filip Ingebrigtsen (Norway) 3:55.02

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Men’s 5000m

1. Hagos Gebrhiwet (Ethiopia) 13:07.70
2. Muktar Edris (Ethiopia) 13:08.11
3. Yomif Kejelcha (Ethiopia) 13:08.24
4. Abdalaati Iguider (Morocco) 13:08.61
5. Isiah Kiplangat Koech (Kenya) 13:10.18
6. Dejen Gebremeskel (Ethiopia) 13:10.68
7. Abadi Embaye (Ethiopia) 13:11.45
8. Hayle Ibrahimov (Azerbaijan) 13:13.92

Men’s 400m Hurdles

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1. Yasmani Copello (Turkey) 48.79
2. Javier Culson (Puerto Rico) 48.99
3. Michael Tinsley (U.S.) 49.02
4. Kerron Clement (U.S.) 49.61
5. Karsten Warholm (Norway) 49.80
6. Nicholas Bett (Kenya) 49.85
7. Patryk Dobek (Poland) 50.27
8. Oyvind Kjerpeset (Norway) 50.98

Men’s Pole Vault

1. Renaud Lavillenie (France) 5.80
2. Shawnacy Barber (Canada) 5.73
3. Pawel Wojciechowski (Poland) 5.65
4. Stanley Joseph (France) 5.55
5. Xue Changrui (China) 5.40
6. Eirik Greibrokk Dolve (Norway) 5.25

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Men’s Triple Jump

1. Alexis Copello (Cuba) 16.91
2. Teddy Tamgho (France) 16.80
3. Max Hess (Germany) 16.69
4. Chris Benard (U.S.) 16.66
5. Omar Craddock (U.S.) 16.48
6. Troy Doris (Guyana) 16.48
7. Nelson Evora (Portugal) 16.38
8. Godfrey Khotso Mokoena (South Africa) 16.08

Men’s Shot Put

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1. Joe Kovacs (U.S.) 22.01
2. Konrad Bukowiecki (Poland) 21.14
3. Tomasz Majewski (Poland) 20.56
4. Tim Nedow (Canada) 20.40
5. Asmir Kolasinac (Serbia) 19.84
6. O’Dayne Richards (Jamaica) 19.14
7. Marcus Thomsen (Norway) 17.68

Men’s Javelin Throw

1. Thomas Roehler (Germany) 89.30
2. Johannes Vetter (Germany) 87.11
3. Keshorn Walcott (Trinidad and Tobago) 86.35
4. Hamish Peacock (Australia) 84.25
5. Ihab Abdelrahman (Egypt) 81.94
6. Jakub Vadlejch (Czech Republic) 81.89
7. Julius Yego (Kenya) 80.90
8. Andreas Hofmann (Germany) 79.57

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Women’s 200m

1. Dafne Schippers (Netherlands) 21.93
2. Elaine Thompson (Jamaica) 22.64
3. Ivet Lalova-Collio (Bulgaria) 22.78
4. Simone Facey (Jamaica) 22.88
5. Kimberly Hyacinthe (Canada) 23.13
6. Jodie Williams (Britain) 23.29
7. Rosangela Santos (Brazil) 23.65
8. Helene Ronningen (Norway) 24.21

Women’s 400m

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1. Stephenie McPherson (Jamaica) 51.04
2. Natasha Hastings (U.S.) 51.38
3. Novlene Williams-Mills (Jamaica) 51.66
4. Anyika Onuora (Britain) 51.85
5. Morgan Mitchell (Australia) 51.92
6. Libania Grenot (Italy) 52.03
7. Marie Gayot (France) 52.21
8. Line Kloster (Norway) 54.04

Women’s Mile

1. Faith Chepngetich Kipyegon (Kenya) 4:18.60
2. Laura Muir (Britain) 4:19.12
3. Meraf Bahta (Sweden) 4:25.26
4. Sofia Ennaoui (Poland) 4:25.34
5. Angelika Cichocka (Poland) 4:25.39
6. Karoline Bjerkeli Grovdal (Norway) 4:26.23
7. Gesa Felicitas Krause (Germany) 4:29.58
8. Axumawit Embaye (Ethiopia) 4:29.59

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Women’s 3000m Steeplechase

1. Hyvin Kiyeng Jepkemoi (Kenya) 9:09.57
2. Sofia Assefa (Ethiopia) 9:18.53
3. Etenesh Diro (Ethiopia) 9:19.40
4. Madeline Hills (Australia) 9:24.73
5. Charlotta Fougberg (Sweden) 9:30.11
6. Genevieve LaCaze (Australia) 9:30.52
7. Lydia Chepkurui (Kenya) 9:32.48
8. Tigest Getent Mekonen (Bahrain) 9:42.23

Women’s 100m Hurdles

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1. Brianna Rollins (U.S.) 12.56
2. Dawn Harper-Nelson (U.S.) 12.75
3. Jasmin Stowers (U.S.) 12.79
4. Tiffany Porter (Britain) 12.94
5. Cindy Roleder (Germany) 12.94
6. Isabelle Pedersen (Norway) 13.12
7. Sally Pearson (Australia) 13.14
Alina Talay (Belarus) false-started

Women’s High Jump

1. Ruth Beitia (Spain) 1.90
2. Tonje Angelsen (Norway) 1.85
Michaela Hruba (Czech Republic) 1.85
Sofie Skoog (Sweden) 1.85
5. Kamila Licwinko (Poland) 1.85
6. Erika Kinsey (Sweden) 1.85
7. Marie-Laurence Jungfleisch (Germany) 1.80
Levern Spencer (St Lucia) 1.80
Alessia Trost (Italy) 1.80

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Women’s Long Jump

1. Ivana Spanovic (Serbia) 6.94
2. Christabel Nettey (Canada) 6.68
3. Shara Proctor (Britain) 6.67
4. Tianna Bartoletta (U.S.) 6.65
5. Ksenija Balta (Estonia) 6.61
6. Alexandra Wester (Germany) 6.42
7. Nadia Assa (Norway) 6.39
8. Erica Jarder (Sweden) 6.24

Women’s Discus Throw

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1. Sandra Perkovic (Croatia) 67.10
2. Nadine Mueller (Germany) 63.09
3. Denia Caballero (Cuba) 62.65
4. Shanice Craft (Germany) 62.08
5. Yaime Perez (Cuba) 61.91
6. Jade Lally (Britain) 59.56
7. Whitney Ashley (U.S.) 59.39

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Simone Goss has been with World-Track since 2003 and has done outstanding work at the back end to help out with traveling and other meeting related activities. Goss has also done work for SportingEagles, Blaze News and other media outlets.

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