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IAAF Continental Cup Sprint Results Day One

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1 IAAF Continental Cup Sprint Results Day One on Sun Sep 05, 2010 8:15 pm

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IAAF Continental Cup Results
04 September 2010

Men's 100m - Wind: +0.7 m/s
Position Name Country/TeamTime Reaction Time
1 Christophe Lemaitre FRA/Europe 10.06
0.153
2 Daniel Bailey ANT/Americas 10.10
0.146
3 Mark Lewis-Francis ENG/Europe10.16
0.166
4Monzavous Edwards USA/Americas 10.23
0.143
5 Ben Youssef Meité CIV/Africa 10.32
0.159
6 Yi Lao CHN/Asia-Pacific 10.38
0.162
7 Aaron Rouge-Serret AUS/Asia-Pacific 10.45
0.153
DQ Aziz Zakari GHA/Africa

Women's 100m - Wind: +1.4 m/s
Position Name Country/TeamTime Reaction Time
1 Kelly-Ann Baptiste TRI/Americas 11.05
0.174
2 Shalonda SolomonUSA/Americas 11.09
0.167
3 Blessing Okagbare NGR/Africa11.14
0.152
4Verena Sailer GER/Europe 11.26
0.152
5 Ezinne Okparaebo NOR/Europe 11.37
0.145
6 Chisato Fukushima JPN/Asia-Pacific 11.42
0.154
7 Ruddy Zang Milama GAB/Africa 11.49
0.161
8Melissa Breen AUS/Asia-Pacific11.58
0.181

Men's 400m
Position Name Country/TeamTime Reaction Time
1 Jeremy Wariner USA/Americas44.22
0.172
2 Ricardo Chambers JAM/Americas 44.59
0.153
3 Michael Bingham ENG/Europe44.84
0.145
4Kévin Borlée BEL/Europe 45.01
0.166
5 Rabah Yousif SUD/Africa 45.45
0.174
6 Ben Offereins AUS/Asia-Pacific 45.94
0.192
7 Yuzo KanemaruJPN/Asia-Pacific 45.95
0.150
8 Mohamed Ashour Khouaja
LBA/Africa45.99
0.208

Women's 400m
Position Name Country/TeamTime Reaction Time
1 Amantle Montsho BOT/Africa49.89
0.197
2 Debbie Dunn USA/Americas 50.21
0.173
3 Tatyana FirovaRUS/Europe50.45
0.170
4Shericka Williams JAM/Americas 50.70
0.197
5 Amy Mbacke Thiam SEN/Africa 51.46
0.192
6 Libania Grenot ITA/Europe 51.74
0.217
7 Jody Henry AUS/Asia-Pacific 52.52
0.162
8 Asami Chiba JPN/Asia-Pacific 53.58
0.199




Men's 4 x 100m Relay
Position Team NamesTime
1 Americas
Daniel Bailey; Wallace Spearmon; Tyson Gay; Churandy Martina38.25
2 Asia-PacificShinji Takahira; Naoki Tsukahara; Kenji Fujimitsu; Shintaro Kimura 39.28
3 Africa
Hannes Dreyer; Simon Magakwe; Wilhelm van der Vyver; Thuso Mpuang39.82
DQEurope
Imaad Hallay; Christophe Lemaitre; Pierre-Alexis Pessonneaux; Teddy Tinmar

Women's 4 x 100m Relay
Position Team NamesTime
1 Americas
Cydonie Mothersille; Debbie Ferguson-McKenzie; Shalonda Solomon; Kelly-Ann Baptiste43.07
2 EuropeOlesya Povh; Nataliya Pohrebnyak; Mariya Ryemyen; Elizaveta Bryzhina 43.77
3 Africa
Ruddy Zang Milama; Agnes Osazuwa; Oludamola Osayomi; Blessing Okagbare 43.88
4Asia-Pacific
Maki Wada; Chisato Fukushima; Yumeka Sano; Momoko Takahashi44.54

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St Lawrence rewrites the record books in Milan

Commonwealth Games 5000m nominee Ben St Lawrence has shown he is on track for New Delhi (IND) by clocking the fifth fastest time over 3000m in Australian athletics history at the Notturna di Milano meet in Milan, Italy, overnight.

Less than a week after posting a time of 7:58.55 to place eighth over 3000m at the IAAF Continental Cup meet in Split (CRO) last weekend, St Lawrence last night crossed the line in 7:42.94 to leap from No. 29 to No. 5 on the national all-time list, trailing only Craig Mottram (7:32.19), Collis Birmingham (7:38.77), Shaun Creighton (7:41.60) and Lee Troop (7:41.78) on the Australian all-time leaderboard.

The result betters St Lawrence’s previous career-low mark of 7:49.28, set at the Ostrava Golden Spike meet in the Czech Republic in May, by almost a full seven seconds and shows the 28-year-old New South Welshman is on track for a big Commonwealth Games debut in New Delhi next month.

Joining St Lawrence in Milan overnight was fellow in-form middle distance runner Collis Birmingham, who clocked the fourth fastest time over 1500m of his career to place seventh in 3:36.53, just over a second outside the personal best time of 3:35.50 he recorded on the Brussels (BEL) leg of the IAAF Diamond League tour in August.

Fellow Australian Mitchell Kealey finished ninth in 3:37.96.

National 400m champion Ben Offereins was the only Australian to feature on the podium overnight, the one-lap specialist placing third in a time of 46.47 ahead of Commonwealth Games 4x400m relay teammates Joel Milburn (46.90) in seventh and young gun Kevin Moore (46.98) in eighth.

In other results in Milan overnight, sprint queen Melissa Breen finished sixth over 100m in a time of 11.88 (w:-0.4) and two-lap runner Lachlan Renshaw placed fifth over 800m in a time of 1:47.26.

Breen is struggling. can't see her making the final in Dehli on currrent form. and all the 400 boys not going so well either.

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