SOPOT, Poland – Kim Collins was a winner at the Janusz Sid?o Memorial, Sopot Grand Prix meeting, on Saturday (27 June).
Collins, the 2003 World 100m champion, topped the men’s 100m in 10.20 (-0.9m/s wind) over South African Champ Akani Simbine 10.23.
The 800m star Nijel Amos of Botswana topped the 400m in 45.74 ahead of Conrad Williams 46.06.
In the middle distances, Nader Belhanbel of Morocco 1:46.59 in the 800m and Briton Charlie Grice 3:37.70 in the 1500m were notable winners.
Polish hurdles wins by Artur Noga 13.57 (-0.6) and Patryk Dobek 50.40.
2011 World champion Pawel Wojciechowski cleared 5.70m to win the pole vault over Piotr Lisek 562.
In the 400m hurdles, Danish record for Sara Petersen 54.79, 3rd best by European in 2015.
Amaka Oguegbunam of Nigeria 55.88 and Italian Yadisleidy Pedroso 55.90 were second and third respectively.
Sofia Ennaoui 2:00:57 PB won the 800m and beat European medalist 2014 Joanna Jozwik 2:00.58.
Nigerian Patience George topped the 400m in 52.26. Polish sprint wins by Marika Popowicz 11.50 (-0.7) and Anna Kielbasinska 23.39 (+0.4) in the 100m and 200m respectively.