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PROTRACK » International Results & News » Hengelo (Netherlands) WC Meet RESULTS - Sun 29th May 2011

Hengelo (Netherlands) WC Meet RESULTS - Sun 29th May 2011

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Hengelo (NED) - Sunday, May 29, 2011
Results


Men - 100 Metres Heat 1
Wind : +1.1 m/s
1 Mario Forsythe JAM 10.11
2 Kim Collins SKN 10.13
3 Monzavous Edwards USA 10.13
4 Emanuele Di Gregorio ITA 10.22
5 Craig Pickering GBR 10.23
6 J-Mee Samuels USA 10.24
7 Ainsley Waugh JAM 10.25
8 Patrick van Luijk NED 10.29
9 Virgil Spier NED 10.88

Men - 100 Metres - Heat 2
Wind : +0.9 m/s
1 Richard Thompson TRI 10.20
2 Churandy Martina NED 10.23
3 Emmanuel Callander TRI 10.25
4 Christian Malcolm GBR 10.33
5 Aaron Armstrong TRI 10.40
6 Brian Mariano NED 10.47
7 Giovanni Codrington NED 10.49
8 Kristof Beyens BEL 10.57
Ivory Williams USA DQ

Men - 100 Metres FINAL
Wind : +0.3 m/s
1 Kim Collins SKN 10.05
2 Churandy Martina NED 10.10
3 Richard Thompson TRI 10.13
4 Mario Forsythe JAM 10.14
5 J-Mee Samuels USA 10.25
6 Monzavous Edwards USA 10.29
7 Emmanuel Callander TRI 10.29
8 Emanuele Di Gregorio ITA 10.38
9 Craig Pickering GBR 10.38


Women - 100 Metres
Wind : +1.7 m/s
1 Schillonie Calvert JAM 11.05
2 Debbie Ferguson-McKenzie BAH 11.12
3 Ruddy Zang Milama GAB 11.23
4 LaShauntea Moore USA 11.27
5 Stephanie Durst USA 11.31
6 Barbara Pierre USA 11.45
7 Marika Popowicz POL 11.56
8 Joice Maduaka GBR 11.58
9 Anouk Hagen NED 11.75


Women - 200 Metres
Wind : +1.1 m/s
1 Debbie Dunn USA 23.24
2 Abiodun Oyepitan GBR 23.33
3 Joice Maduaka GBR 23.41
4 Jamile Samuel NED 23.47
5 Marika Popowicz POL 23.49
6 Cathleen Tschirch GER 23.51
7 Consuella Moore USA 23.65
Schillonie Calvert JAM DNS


Men - 800 Metres
1 Adam Kszczot POL 1:45.11
2 Boaz Kiplagat Lalang KEN 1:45.31
3 Mohammad Al-Azemi KUW 1:45.35
4 Marcin Lewandowski POL 1:45.47
5 David Mutinda Mutua KEN 1:46.34
6 Arnoud Okken NED 1:46.46
7 Richard Kiplagat KEN 1:46.51
8 Robin Schembera GER 1:46.63
9 Bram Som NED 1:46.67
10 Michael Rimmer GBR 1:46.79
11 Duane Solomon USA 1:47.00
DNF Sammy Tangui KEN


Women - 800 Metres
1 Jennifer Meadows GBR 1:59.76
2 Emma Jackson GBR 2:00.24
3 Annet Negesa UGA 2:00.40
4 Yuliya Rusanova RUS 2:00.50
5 Yvonne Hak NED 2:00.76
6 Lucia Klocová SVK 2:01.65
7 Angelika Cichocka POL 2:01.73
8 Egle Balciünaité LTU 2:02.35
9 Lenka Masná CZE 2:02.57
10 Claudia Hoffmann GER 2:03.82
DNF Juanee Cilliers RSA


Men - 1500 Metres
1 Mohammed Shaween KSA 3:31.82
2 Haron Keitany KEN 3:31.86
3 Mekonnen Gebremedhin ETH 3:31.90
4 Caleb Mwangangi Ndiku KEN 3:32.02
5 Collins Cheboi KEN 3:34.16
6 Brimin Kiprop Kipruto KEN 3:35.52
7 Abdalaati Iguider MAR 3:36.18
8 William Biwott Tanui KEN 3:36.28
9 Silas Kiplagat KEN 3:36.48
10 Bartosz Nowicki POL 3:38.65
11 Geoffrey Kipkoech Rono KEN 3:38.99
12 Carsten Schlangen GER 3:41.53
13 Peter van der Westhuizen RSA 3:42.21
14 Wouter de Boer NED 3:43.96
15 Nicholas Kiptanui Kemboi KEN 3:44.19
DNS Vickson Naran Polonet KEN


Women - 1500 Metres
1 Maryam Yusuf Jamal BRN 4:00.33
2 Kalkidan Gezahegne ETH 4:00.97
3 Siham Hilali MAR 4:01.33
4 Irene Jelagat KEN 4:02.59
5 Viola Jelagat Kibiwot KEN 4:05.51
6 Sylwia Ejdys POL 4:06.72
7 Lidia Chojecka POL 4:08.31
8 Mimi Belete BRN 4:10.21
9 Lindsey de Grande BEL 4:11.70
10 Renata Plis POL 4:12.64
11 Betlhem Desalegn UAE 4:12.99
12 Natalya Evdokimova RUS 4:15.10
13 Almenesh Belete ETH 4:17.63
14 Hilary Stellingwerff CAN 4:19.26
15 Mapaseka Makhanya RSA 4:31.45
DNF Raika Lenaarts NED
DNF Irina Maracheva RUS


Men - 5000 Metres
1 Edwin Cheruiyot Soi KEN 12:59.15
2 Vincent Kiprop Chepkok KEN 12:59.28
3 Jacob Korir Cheshari KEN 13:01.03
4 Yenew Alamirew ETH 13:02.71
5 Eliud Kipchoge KEN 13:05.00
6 Yusuf Kibet Biwott KEN 13:11.19
7 Moses Ndiema Masai KEN 13:13.03
8 Geoffrey Kirui KEN 13:20.54
9 Vincent Kipsegechi Yator KEN 13:27.78
10 Abraham Kiplimo UGA 13:30.54
11 Thomas Ayeko UGA 13:31.32
12 Ayele Abshero ETH 13:32.21
13 Micah Kipkemboi Kogo KEN 13:46.01
14 Yitayal Atnafu ETH 13:46.47
15 Essa Ismail Rashed QAT 13:53.07
16 Japhet Kipyegon Korir KEN 13:56.33
DNF Bethwell Birgen KEN
DNF Abdelslam Kennouche FRA
DNS Isiah Kiplangat Koech KEN


Women - 5000 Metres
1 Meseret Defar ETH 14:45.48
2 Sentayehu Ejigu ETH 14:46.12
3 Sule Utura ETH 14:46.36
4 Genzebe Dibaba ETH 14:46.55
5 Mercy Cherono KEN 15:02.81
6 Sylvia Jebiwott Kibet KEN 15:11.08
7 Emebet Anteneh ETH 15:12.15
8 Waganesh Mekasha ETH 15:14.69
9 Jennifer Rhines USA 15:14.88
10 Sabrina Mockenhaupt GER 15:24.30
11 Fionnuala Britton IRL 15:31.26
12 Alia Saeed Mohammed UAE 15:40.69
13 Tsegereda Girma ETH 15:40.75
14 Sabina Fischer SUI 15:41.02
15 Hyvin Kiyeng KEN 15:50.97
16 Julie Culley USA 15:58.28
17 Roxana Elisabeta Bârca ROU 16:12.12
DNF Christelle Daunay FRA
DNF Lubov Puliaeva RUS
DNF Tamara Tverdostup UKR


Men - 110 Metres Hurdles
Wind : +0.7 m/s
1 Dayron Robles CUB 13.07
2 Dwight Thomas JAM 13.18
3 Terrence Trammell USA 13.31
4 Gregory Sedoc NED 13.47
5 Joel Brown USA 13.55
6 Lehann Fourie RSA 13.56
7 Andrew Turner GBR 13.72
8 Othman Hadj Lazib ALG 13.89
DQ Jeff Porter USA


Women - 100 Metres Hurdles
Wind : +1.0 m/s
1 Danielle Carruthers USA 12.64
2 Kellie Wells USA 12.65
3 Dawn Harper USA 12.71
4 LoLo Jones USA 12.71
5 Tiffany Ofili GBR 12.77
6 Perdita Felicien CAN 12.83
7 Ginnie Crawford USA 12.92
8 Sandra Gomis FRA 13.11
Lisa Urech SUI DNF

For All results:
http://www.iaaf.org/iwc11/results/eventcode=4719/



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World-leading 4:00.33 for Jamal, Robles flies 13.07 in Hengelo – IAAF World Challenge

Bob Ramsak for the IAAF
29 May 2011



Hengelo, The Netherlands – A world-leading run in the 1500m by Maryam Jamal and a solid 13.07 victory in the 110m Hurdles by Dayron Robles were among the key highlights at the 29th FBK Games in Hengelo on Sunday (29).

Early afternoon clouds made way for mostly clear and sunny skies as the programme got underway, just in time for Jamal, who showed no signs of fatigue from her victory at Rome’s Samsung Diamond League fixture on Thursday. The two-time defending World champion confidently shook off a last lap challenge as she breezed to a 4:00.33 win, yet another world lead in what is the Bahraini’s finest season start since 2007.

When Moroccan Siham Hilali and Kalkidan Gezaghegne of Ethiopia forged a three metre gap just beyond the bell, Jamal didn’t panic, biding her time instead as the pair duked it out at the front. Gezaghegne, the World indoor champion, took to the front with about 250 metres remaining, but her lead was short-lived. Jamal switched gears as she entered the final straight and effortlessly blew by both with about 70 metres remaining to take an emphatic victory.

Behind her, both Gezaghegne and Hilali’s aggressive runs were rewarded with career bests, 4:00.97 and 4:01.33 respectively, both under Jamal’s previous world lead. Kenyan Irene Jelagat, the 2006 World junior champion and runner-up in Doha earlier this month, finished fourth in 4:02.59, also a personal best.

Robles 13.07, equals world lead

Meanwhile, Robles’ second outing of the season in the 110m Hurdles was an even more eagerly awaited highlight of the day’s packed programme, and by any measure, the Cuban impressed. Cautious at the start, the World record holder and Olympic champion settled into his rhythm by midway and was never threatened, reaching the line in 13.07 to equal Liu Xiang’s world lead from the Samsung Diamond League stop in Shanghai.

Jamaican record holder Dwight Thomas was second in 13.18, just .02 shy of his national record from last year. Further back, former Olympic medallist Terrence Trammell was third in 13.31 while Briton Andy Turner, the European champion, never recovered from a sluggish start and reached the finish a badly beaten seventh in 13.72.

In the women’s 100m Hurdles, the race was close and quick as expected, with American Danielle Carruthers edging world leader Kellie Wells by a scant 0.01 in 12.64. The mark took 0.01 from Susanna Kallur’s meeting record set exactly six years ago. The battle for third was even closer, with Olympic champion Dawn Harper edging Lolo Jones, both credited with 12.71. Tiffany Ofili clocked 12.77 in fifth, breaking the British national record of 12.80 set by Angela Thorp in 1996.

Shaween shocker
There was also a blanket finish in the men’s 1500m and when the cloak was lifted, a new star emerged. With a strong, confident homestretch run, Mohammed Shaween held off more established metric milers en route to his surprise 3:31.82 victory, a national record for Saudi Arabia. The 25-year-old knocked more than two seconds from his previous best set in Doha in 2008 with his impressive run in his first race since taking the Asian Games title last November.

Kenyan Collins Cheboi led the field through 1200 metres – he would later fade to fifth with a 3:34.16 PB – but Shaween took command in the waning stages to steal the win from quick-closing Kenyan Haron Keitany (3:31.86 SB), Ethiopian Gebremedhin Mekonnen (3:31.90 SB) and Kenyan Caleb Ndiku (3:32.02 PB) in the deepest race of the young season.

Soi takes 5000 as Alamirew struggles
The men’s 5000 was a quality race as expected, one that Yenew Alamirew will likely file away as a learning experience. After his stunning 7:27.26 victory in the Doha 3000m three weeks ago, expectations were high that the 21-year-old Ethiopian would translate some of that magic into the Hengelo 5000m, but instead he learned the hard way that patience is indeed a cherished virtue.

After settling into the middle of the strung out pack during the opening few laps, by 2000 metres he was already at the front before injecting a quick change of pace to open a gap of some ten metres on the chase pack. He settled down soon thereafter and allowed his pursuers to close the gap, allowing some others – Eliud Kipchoge and Vincent Chepkok among them – to take turns with the lead.

He repeated the move again a few laps later, opening the same gap before slowing yet again. By the time the lead pack of five were halfway through the bell lap, Alamirew couldn’t respond to the kickers, with Edwin Soi running away with the victory in 12:59.15, ahead of Chepkok’s 12:59.28. Kenyan Jacob Chesari was third in 13:01.03 with Alamirew finally reaching the line in 13:02.71, still a massive career best. We can likely expect a much different run by the Ethiopian in his next outing.

Smooth sailing for Defar
In the women’s 5000m, Meseret Defar got her season off to a fine start as the Ethiopian notched a comfortable and controlled victory over a strong field.

Her time, 14:45.48, wasn’t nearly as indicative of her current form as was her sub-62 second final lap, which nobody could remotely match. Dibaba led a top-four sweep for Ethiopia with Sentayehu Ejigu (14:46.12) second, Sule Utura (14:46.36) third and Genzebe Dibaba (14:46.55) fourth.

Calvert and Collins take 100m honours
Schillonie Calvert added her name to the crowded Jamaican sprint scene after an impressive win in the 100m. Running a strong second half the 22-year-old reached the line in 11.05, her second personal best in eight days. This time she improved from 11.13, and displayed plenty room for more.

Bahamian Debbie Ferguson was second in 11.12, well ahead of Gabon’s Ruddy Zang Milama’s 11.23, season’s bests for both. Merlene Ottey’s 10.97 meeting record, set in 1990, survived yet another year.

2003 World champion Kim Collins took the men’s race with a 10.05 season’s best, fending off Dutchman Churandy Martina (10.10) and Trinidad & Tobago’s Richard Thompson, who clocked 10.13. Martina’s run was also a season’s best while Thompson, the Olympic silver medallist, equalled his.


Meadows and Ksczot triumph in 800m
In the women’s 800m, Briton Jenny Meadows took the lead for good about midway through the final turn to claim the win in 1:59.76, her first dip into sub-2:00 territory this season. Emma Jackson impressed with her 2:00.24 run for second to complete a British 1-2. Annet Negesa finished third in 2:00.40, setting a new Ugandan record.

The afternoon began with the men’s 800m, won by Poland’s Adam Ksczot in a come-from-behind effort. Mohammed Al-Azemi of Kuwait tried to steal the race after pacesetter Sammy Tangui stepped off the track, carving out a two-and-a-half-metre gap on the pack down the back straight. He maintained the lead through the final bend but was eventually reeled in and overtaken by Ksczot and Kenya Boaz Lalang (1:45.31). Al-Azemi held on for third, clocking 1:45.31.

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