27 Feb '16, 7am

Fast running in Metz last weekend, from EME News

Fast running in Metz last weekend, from EME News

METZ (FRA, Feb 21): European champion Christophe Lemaitre confirmed top shape with World leading and indoor PB 20.44 in the 200 m at the international indoor meet here. Second Jeffrey John 20.79. Lemaitre was beaten in the 60 m with 6.63 by Barbados Ramon Gittens who clocked 6.60. Another top time of the day was 7.49 at 60 m hurdles by European Indoor champion 2015 Pascal Martinot-Lagarde his third best of career right in first meet of the season. Here second Simon Krauss 7.69. Fast shape confirmed by Marie-Josee Ta Lou of Ivory Coast with twice 7.09 (heats and finals) and second Stella Akakpo improved to 7.12. Floria Guei posted 36.46 in the 300 m and Marie Gayot 52.75 in the 400 m. National record holder Cindy Bilaud returned with 8.04 win over 60 m hurdles. Good jumping by Ukrainian Andriy Protsenko 230 over Jaroslav Baba 225 and Cuban Alexis Copello triple 16.95 ahead ...

Full article: http://www.runblogrun.com/2016/02/lemmatize-runs-2044-wl-...

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