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Steve Smythe, results editor


THE exciting finales in some field-event contests in Rio, plus the number of quality marks in fifth and sixth rounds last weekend will hopefully be noted by the authorities. Limiting competitions to four rounds is unfair on the athletes and often prevents PBs and exciting finishes for the spectators and viewers.



New Balance 5th Avenue Mile, New York, September 3

JENNY SIMPSON won a record fifth title just 48 hours after racing in the Zurich Diamond League.

Having narrowly lost to an American, Shannon Rowbury, in Switzerland, this time Laura Muir was beaten by another.

In a fast and thrilling race, former world 1500m champion Simpson’s 4:18.3 edged Muir’s 4:18.4.

Heather Kampf finished third in 4:19.7.

Olympic 5000m finalist Eilish McColgan finished 12th in 4:25.6, while Alison Leonard was 14th.

There was a surprise in the men’s race as Eric Jenkins overtook Olympic 1500m champion Matt Centrowitz in the closing metres. The times were 3:49.4 and 3:49.5.

Chris O’Hare finished sixth in 3:53.0.

Men: 1M: 1 E Jenkins (USA) 3:49.4; 2 M Centrowitz 3:49.5; 3 C Alexander 3:50.1; 4 C Murphy 3:52.3; 5 C Philibert-Thibout (CAN) 3:52.5; 6 CHRIS O’HARE 3:53.0; 7 Palmer 3:53.3; 8 B Blankenship 3:53.9; 9 L Manzano 3:54.4; 10 K Merber 3:55.2; 11 N Brannen (CAN) 3:55.5; 12 D Cabral 3:55.7; 13 R Masters 3:55.8; 14 D Winn 3:56.6; 15 C Leslie 3:58.2; 16 JAKE WIGHTMAN 3:59.7. Women: 1M: 1 J Simpson 4:18.4; 2 LAURA MUIR 4:18.4; 3 H Kampf 4:19.7; 4 Eccleston 4:20.6; 5 K Grace 4:22.7; 6 Houlihan 4:23.0; 7 N Sifuentes (CAN) 4:23.2; 8 Mackey 4:23.5; 9 E Coburn 4:23.8; 10 M Uceny 4:24.6; 11 Osika 4:25.1; 12 EILISH McCOLGAN 4:25.6; 13 A Higginson 4:26.1; 14 ALISON LEONARD 4:26.3; 15 S Vaughn 4:27.1; 16 E Infeld 4:27.8; 17 S Garcia 4:28.0; 18 N Tully 4:30.3; 19 C McGee 4:30.3; 20 L Johnson 4:30.5; 21 R Schneider 4:31.1

Huntington Station, August 31

Men: 1M: 1 D Torrence (PER) 3:54.99 (rec); 2 C Philibert-Thiboutot (CAN) 3:55.25; 3 F Palmer 3:55.60; 4 C Alexander 3:56.11; 5 E Avila 3:56.50; 6 P Callahan (BEL) 3:58.04; 7 K Merber 3:58.20; 8 CHRIS O’HARE 4:00.06.

Women: 1M: 1 A Eccleston 4:26.87; 2 L Johnson 4:28.18; 3 S Osika 4:28.85; 4 N Tully 4:30.74; 5 S Brown 4:30.95; 6 R Schneider 4:31.72; 7 A Wilson 4:33.57

Jenny Simpson: narrow win over Laura Muir
David Omoregie (far side): on his way to Berlin hurdles victory



Burnley, September 4

Men: HM: 4 NICK EARL 67:43; 5 FRANKIE CONWAY 68:01


Herentals, September 4

Men: 800: 5 ALEX GOODALL (U17) 1:59.75


Zagreb, September 5

OLYMPIC champion Ryan Crouser improved the meet record by 6cm to 22.28m to defeat New Zealand’s Tomas Walsh, who bettered his own Oceanian record from Zurich by 1cm to 22.21m. For the second competition in a few days, 22 metres was not enough to guarantee victory.

Both achieved their best mark in the fifth round to prove the benefit of not limiting field competitions to just four rounds.

Men: SP: 1 R Crouser (USA) 22.28; 2 T Walsh (NZL) 22.21 (area rec); 3 D Hill (USA) 21.44; 4 F Elemba (CGO) 20.89; 5 J Kovacs (USA) 20.42; 6 A Kolasinac (SRB) 20.42; 7 T Majewski (POL) 20.24; 8 S Zunic19.99; 9 T Stanek (CZE) 19.84; 10 R Whiting (USA) 19.72


Dusseldorf, September 4

Men HM: 4 NIKKI JOHNSTONE 72:30. ISTAF Berlin, Berlin, September 3

GERMAN javelin throwers took the honours in this IAAF World Challenge meeting.

The home nation took the top four places with Johannes Vetter winninng with a PB 89.57m.

Julian Weber was second with a PB 88.29m, although Olympic champion Thomas Röhler, who was taking part in his fifth competition in seven days, was only fourth with 82.55m.

Germany also won the women’s event. In her last ever competition, Christina Obergföll, the 2013 world javelin champion who had finished only eighth in Rio, showed better form here as a fifth- round 64.28m defeated a strong field that included Croatia’s Olympic champion Sara Kolak.

The British highlight came from David Omoregie, who won the 110m hurdles.

The 20 year-old, who was in lane eight shocked Pascal Martinot-Lagarde, but was close as the French athlete was originally handed the winner’s flowers.

Both were officially given 13.24, though it went down to a thousandth on the photofinish.

The other British win came from long jumper Jazmin Sawyers, who took the scalp of world and Olympic champion Tianna Bartoletta with a 6.62m jump.

David Rudisha won the men’s 800m in 1:43.31, while Caster Semenya dominated the women’s race with 1:55.68 as Olympic silver medallist Francine Niyonsaba was a distant second in 1:57.58.

Obergfoll was not the only veteran to achieve a notable performance as Kim Collins won the 100m in 10.07 and another M40 legend Bernard Lagat was a close second in the 3000m in 7:43.63.

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SPOTLIGHT 12 JARRYD WALLACE The American who stands between Jonnie Peacock and Rio gold 14 DATHAN RITZENHEIN The American hoping to prevent a Mo Farah Great North Run hat-trick on Sunday 24 RIO DIARY Jason Henderson provides a behind-the-scenes insight into AW’s Olympics coverage ACTION 40 2016 SCHOOL GAMES Anna Burt and Holly Mills among the record-setters at Loughborough 44 DIAMOND LEAGUE Laura Muir loses but gains the overall series title in Zurich NEWS 6 CityGames a “perfect fit” for Muir 8 Latest Paralympics news 10 Box4Kids scheme revels in athletics A BRIT ABROAD 30 Television commentator Tim Hutchings looks back on his travels to Rio and recent Diamond Leagues PERFORMANCE 32 Sports science news 34 Eilish McColgan on the ‘pressures’ of being a child of elite athletes 36 Tom McNab continues his expert look at techniques at the Olympics 38 Products – sports socks reviewed PREVIEWS 16 Great North CityGames preview 20 Great North Run preview 54 Previews – Paralympics and Brussels Diamond League RESULTS & FIXTURES 46 Results round-up, including report from Berlin’s ISTAF meeting 57 What’s On – fixtures guide REGULARS 61 Quiz – test your athletics knowledge 62 Dip Finish