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Poland’s world champion Piotr Malachowski threw 67.50m in the discus, while Latvia’s Madara Palameika won the javelin with 65.68m as British record-holder Goldie Sayers was ninth with a best of 57.08m.

The Club: Connect mixed 4x100m relays kicked off Birmingham Diamond League action, with Birchfield Harriers dominating both the under-13 and under-15 events ahead of Solihull & Small Heath and Coventry Godiva Harriers respectively.

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