Indoor Results from around the Globe, March 1, 2014, by EME News

Nia Ali, 2014 USA Indoors, 60 meter hurdles, photo by

Here are results and highlights from indoor track events around the world this past weekend, mostly Saturday, March 1, 2014. 


GENEVA (USA, Mar 1): At Big Ten Championships last year junior Dapo Akinmoladun surprised with 7.61 60 m hurdles improvement and win over Donovan Robertson 7.65. Raheem Mostert produced a sprinting double with life-time bests 6.63 in the 60 m and 20.73 in the 200 m (oversized). Stephen Pamilton won the 400 m in 46.38 and Levi Gipson the 600 m in 1:17.07. Canadian Mohamed Ahmed topped the 5000 m in 13:44.32 over the 3k winner Reed Connor 13:49.79. Weight throw world leader Michael Lihrman won his event with 23.78 m. Japheth Cato scored 5837 in heptahlon beating Zach Ziemek 5815. From women events to note 23.10 by Magahony Jones in the 200 m and 52.53 of Kiah Seymour in the 400 m. Aleena Brooks of Trinidad improved to 1:26.73 in the 600 m and Leah O´Connor to 4:34.35 in the mile. Cindy Ofili the younger sister of world medalist Tiffany Porter bettered her PB to 8.08 and won the 60 m hurdles. 

NEW YORK (USA, Mar 1): Leshon Collins with 6.63 beat in the 60 m final at the American Conference Championships Cameron Burrell 6.69.

HANOVER (USA, Mar 1): Spain´s Bruno Hortelano clocked in the heats of Ivy League Heptagonal Championships 60 m PB 6.69 and 400 m indoor PB 47.04. Stephen Mozia who throws for Nigeria improved the national shot put record to 20.79 m. 

MADRID (ESP, Mar 1): Igor Bychkov cleared at an indoor meet here 560 in the pole vault. It is indoor PB for the 2012 Olympic finalist. 

SAN SEBASTIAN (ESP, Mar 1): Naroa Agirre cleared Zurich standard here with 440 cm in the pole vault.

YAROSLAVL (RUS, Feb 28): At Russian University indoor champs Sergey Mudrov cleared 224 to win the high jump and tried twice at 230 and one attempt at 232.


AMES: World junior champion Ashley Spencer won at Big 12 Champs the 400 m in 51.54 at the oversized track here. Second Courtney Okolo 51.56 and third Diamond Dixon 52.20. In men 400 m also fast 46.03 by Zack Bilderbach. Jamaican Senoj-Jay Givans won surprisingly the 60 m in 6.64 PB over favorites Tyreek Hill 6.64 and fastest in heats Trayvon Bromell 6.74. Hill topped the 200 m in 20.81. Michael Stigler won the 600 y in second fastest of the season 1:08.59. Also to note 20.63 in shot put by Ryan Crouser and 8.10 by Tiffany McReynolds over the hurdles. 

KENT: Wayne Gordon with 20.74 PB at the 200 m achieved the best result of the Mid-American Conference Championships.


COLORADO SPRINGS: Nic Bowens clocked 6.61 PB to win the 60 m at the Mountain West Conference as the best result.

CLEMSON: At ACC Champs Dentarius Locke got 6.63 60 m win, Christopher Giesting 46.43 in the 400 m and Artie Burns 7.74 over the hurdles. On the women side good mile for Colleen Quigley 4:34.80.

SEATTLE: Kenyan Edward Cheserek clocked 7:47.20 to win the 3000 m at the MPSF Champs. Ryan Milus with 6.62 in the 60 m and Australian Steven Solomon 46.24 at 400 m fulfilled favorite roles. Jonathan Cabral with 7.68 over the hurdles beat Serbian record holder Milan Ristic 7.74. In the women 3000 m Aisling Cuffe 9:04.57.

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