21 Feb '15, 3am

Sainsbury's Birmingham Indoor GP updates, from EME News via RunBlogRun - Greg Rutherford, 2012

Sainsbury's Birmingham Indoor GP updates, from EME News via RunBlogRun - Greg Rutherford, 2012

BIRMINGHAM (GBR): British stars Mo Farah (2 miles) and Greg Rutherford (long jump) both first competition indoors in 2015 will be headliners at the Birmingham Sainsbury´s Indoor Grand Prix on Saturday (IAAF Indoor Permit). Dina Asher-Smith is facing in the 60 m world leader Murielle Ahoure, Jenny Meadows in the 800 m Iceland talent Anita Hinriksdottir. Tiffany Porter goes over the hurdles against fast US sprinter Sharika Nelvis. Another British favorite is Nigel Levine in the 400 m. World leader Kim Collins over 60 m and Olympic winner Aries Merritt at 60 m hurdles are the favorites here. Great 1500 m is expected from Millrose winner Matt Centrowitz against Nixon Chepseba (former WL holder) and fresh from Stockholm PB Bethwell Birgen. US favorites Shannon Rowbury at the mile and Francena McCorory in the 400 m. Revenge from Stockholm in women pole vault Nikoleta Kyriakopoul...

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