MONTREUIL, France – Tyson Gay, despite cold and rainy conditions at the Montreuil Pro Tour meet in France, won the 100m in a very good 10.04 seconds.
Gay's time was into a negative wind of 0.5m/s, which put him ahead of Trinidad & Tobago's Richard Thompson 10.16.
Fresh from his Jamaican record and World leading 12.94 seconds in Paris, Hansle Parchment won the men's 110m hurdles in 13.33 (-0.3) beating Orlando Ortega of Cuba 13.38 and Thomas Martinot-Lagarde also 13.38.
Asian record holder Yousef Masrahi confirmed his top shape with 44.55 to win the men's 400m ahead of Martyn Rooney 45.32 and Tony McQuay 45.61.
The only French win was by hurdler Cindy Billaud in 12.79 (-1.5) over British rival Tiffany Porter 12.92.
Sanya Richards-Ross dominated the 400m in 51.12 over Ukrainian Olha Zemlyak 51.52.
World leader Michelle-Lee Ahye won the women's 100m in 11.32 (-1.5) ahead of Jamaican Carrie Russell second 11.41.
Puertorican Wesley Vazquez won the 800m in 1:45.65 ahead of two French runners Sofiane Selmouni 1:45.94 PB and Paul Renaudie 1:46.05.
Kenyan Vincent Kibet in 3:34.09 beat home star Mahiedine Mekhissi 3:35.34 in the 1500m