2016 Prefontaine Classic Day 2 Results

Results of the podium finishers at the 2016 Prefontaine Classic – IAAF Diamond League meeting – on Saturday at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore.

Kendra Harrison

Kendra Harrison of USA in action in the women's 100m hurdles

Results of the podium finishers at the 2016 Prefontaine Classic – IAAF Diamond League meeting – on Saturday at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore.

Among the highlighted performances were American Kendra Harrison and Ruth Jebet of Bahrain who came close to troubling the world records in the women’s 100m hurdles and 3000m steeplechase events.

Harrison dominated the women’s 100m hurdles to win in the second fastest time ever, at 12.24 seconds to come within 0.03 second of the world record, while Jebet ran 8:59.97 to take the women’s steeplechase – just outside the world record of 8:58.81.

“I felt really smooth, that’s the only thing that keeps running through my mind,” Harrison said.

“I’m not sure how I can top this, but I’m sure my coach has a few tricks up his sleeve.”

Americans Justin Gatlin (9.88, 2.6 m/s) and English Gardner (10.81) won the men’s and women’s 100m titles, while Kirani James continued his dominance of LaShawn Merritt with another Prefontaine Classic victory in the men’s 400m.

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100m (+2.6): Justin Gatlin USA 9.88, Asafa Powell JAM 9.94, Tyson Gay USA 9.98

800m: Boris Berian USA 1:44.20, Ferguson Cheruiyot KEN 1:44.56, Aman Mohammed ETH 1:44.70

5,000m: Muktar Edris ETH 12:59.43, Geoffrey Kamworor KEN 12:59.98, Mohammed Ahmed CAN 13:01.74

400m Hurdles: Michael Tinsley USA 48.74, Kerron Clement USA 48.87, Bershawn Jackson USA 49.04

Triple Jump: Christian Taylor USA 17.76m, Will Claye USA 17.56, Omar Craddock USA 17.15m

Pole Vault: Renaud Lavillenie FRA 5.81m, Shawn Barber CAN 5.81m, Sam Hendricks USA 5.71

Javelin: Ihab Abdelrahman, EGY 87.37m, Julius Yego, KEN 84.68, Thomas Rohler GER 82.53

Women Results

200m: Tori Bowie USA 21.99, Dafne Schippers NL 22.11, Elaine Thompson JAM 22.16.

400m: Shaunae Miller BAH 50.15, Francena McCorory USA 50.23, Natasha Hastings USA 50.86

1,500m: Faith Kipyegon, KEN, 3:56.41, Eyaum Dawit Seyaum, ETH, 3:58.10, Gudaf Tsegay ETH 4:00.18.

100m Hurdles: Kendra Harrison USA 12.24, Brianna Rollins USA 12.53. Jasmin Stowers USA 12.55.

3000m Steeplechase: Ruth Jebet BN 8:59.97, Hyvin Kiyeng KEN 9:00.01, Emma Coburn USA 9:10.76.

High Jump: Chant Lowe USA 1.95m, Levern Spencer LCA 1.92, Kamila Lickwinko POL, Alessia Trost ITA 1.92

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