Veterans Kim Collins and Chris Brown were in sparking forms at Saturday's (25 Jan 2014) annual Sainsbury’s Glasgow International.
Kim Collins of St. Kitts and Nevis ran a personal best, 15.84secs in the 150m, to beat James Ellington of Great Britain 15.91 and American Ameer Webb 16.00.
Chris Brown of Bahamas, in the 400m, ran a world leading 45.93, the fastest indoor time ever achieved by a man aged 35. Great Britain's Nigel Levine was second in 46.31.
Aleen Bailey 7.40 took second place in the women's 60m dash, behind Asha Philip of Great Britain 7.25.
Andrea Bliss 8.45 finished third in the women's 60m behind Nia Ali of USA 8.06 and Tiffany Porter of Great Britain 8.32.
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