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TOP SHOT CARTER TAKES TITLE

WORLD indoor champion Michelle Carter achieved a meet record of 19.59m to win a top shot put competition on the seventh day of competition. Behind her, Raven Saunders threw 19.24m and Felisha Johnson 19.23m as eight women threw further than 18 metres.

There was another meet record in the women’s 3000m steeplechase as Emma Coburn (below), won in 9:17.48. Courtney Frerichs was second with 9:20.92 and Colleen Quigley third with 9:21.29.

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ACTION 6 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS Greg Rutherford and Dina Asher-Smith are among the champions as Great Britain’s team wins 16 medals in Amsterdam 8 Men’s track reports 16 Men’s field reports 20 Women’s track reports 28 Women’s field reports 34 ENGLISH SCHOOLS CHAMPIONSHIPS Hannah Williams and Harry Hughes set championship records in Gateshead 36 Boys’ reports 39 Girls’ reports 46 US OLYMPIC TRIALS Jenny Simpson, Tori Bowie, Jenn Suhr and Bernard Lagat are among the winners securing Rio places NEWS 50 London 2017 progress pleases IAAF 52 Kemboi offers Turkey justification PERFORMANCE 56 Latest sports science news 58 Athlete Insight – Rachel Wallader 60 The new rules of hydration 62 Are you your own worst enemy? 64 Product reviews – vests RESULTS & FIXTURES 66 Top results from last weekend 76 Monaco Diamond League and European Youth previews 77 What’s On – fixtures guide REGULARS 82 DIP FINISH

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