BOSTON, USA – The IAAF World Indoor Tour continues on Sunday with second meet, the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix in Boston.
In the men's 60m, Jamaican Nickel Ashmeade faces Americans Trayvon Bromell, the World 100m bronze medallist, and world leader Mike Rodgers while Tori Bowie go up against Tiana Bartoletta and English Gardner in women 60m.
World record holder Jenn Suhr is in pole vault in world record shape and while the meet will see the return of Meseret Defar in the 3000m.
Shawn Barber and Sam Kendricks are the top men pole vault favorites.
Another strong field is the women's 60m hurdles with Dawn Harper-Nelson, Lolo Jones, Kendra Harrison, Jasmin Stowers, Tiffany Porter and Brianna Rollins.
Veterans Tomasz Majewski and Reese Hoffa are going to fight for the victory in men's shot put. Favorites in other races Dejen Gebremeskel (3000m), Nick Willis (mile) and Dawit Seyaoum (women 1500m). Duane Solomon runs the 1000m, Boris Berian vs. Bershawn Jackson in 600m and Tony McQuay vs. Vernon Norwood in the 300m.