Results from the World Challenge Meeting Zagreb on Tuesday, 29 August 2017.

Men’s Results
100m 1. Yohan Blake (Jamaica) 10.05 2. Mike Rodgers (U.S.) 10.14 3. Asafa Powell (Jamaica) 10.16

400m 1. Gil Roberts (U.S.) 44.94 2. Isaac Makwala (Botswana) 45.29 3. Vernon Norwood (U.S.) 45.47

3000m 1. Selemon Barega (Ethiopia) 7:38.90 2. Davis Kiplangat (Kenya) 7:39.97 3. Mohammed Ahmed (Canada) 7:40.49

110m Hurdles 1. Sergey Shubenkov (Russia) 13.12 2. Devon Allen (U.S.) 13.19 3. ..

400m Hurdles 1. Abderrahmane Samba (Qatar) 48.70 2. Kyron McMaster (Virgin Islands (British)) 49.49 3. L.J. van Zyl (South Africa) 49.69

Pole Vault 1. Sam Kendricks (U.S.) 5.60 2. Karsten Dilla (Germany) 5.40 3. Ben Broeders (Belgium) 5.40

Long Jump 1. Aleksandr Menkov (Russia) 7.98 2. Mike Hartfield (U.S.) 7.93 3. Lazar Anic (Serbia) 7.70

Shot Put 1. Tomas Walsh (New Zealand) 21.50 2. Damien Birkinhead (Australia) 21.35 3. Michal Haratyk (Poland) 21.34

Women’s Results
100m 1. Blessing Okagbare (Nigeria) 11.14 2. Dina Asher-Smith (Britain) 11.23 3. Michelle-Lee Ahye (Trinidad and Tobago) 11.26

800m 1. Ajee Wilson (U.S.) 1:57.72 2. Winny Chebet (Kenya) 1:58.13 3. Lynsey Sharp (Britain) 1:58.35

3000m Steeplechase 1. Norah Jeruto Tanui (Kenya) 9:04.56 2. Daisy Jepkemei (Kenya) 9:19.68 3. Joan Chepkemoi (Kenya) 9:20.22

Women’s 100m Hurdles 1. Christina Manning (U.S.) 12.66 2. Dawn Harper Nelson (U.S.) 12.84 3. Kristi Castlin (U.S.) 12.86

High Jump 1. Kamila Licwinko (Poland) 1.96 2. Irina Gordeeva (Russia) 1.88 3. Erika Kinsey (Sweden) 1.88

Triple Jump 1. Shanieka Ricketts (Jamaica) 14.45 2. Viktoriya Prokopenko (Russia) 13.96 3. Dovile Dzindzaletaite (Lithuania) 13.95

Discus Throw 1. Sandra Perkovic (Croatia) 70.83 2. Whitney Ashley (U.S.) 62.91 3. Nadine Mueller (Germany) 62.58

Javelin Throw 1. Elizabeth Gleadle (Canada) 63.40 2. Sara Kolak (Croatia) 61.86 3. Tatsiana Khaladovich (Belarus) 61.74

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