TORUN (POL, Feb 3): Ever young Kim Collins showed his qualities at the 1st Copernicus Cup in Torun (EA Indoor Permit) when he equaled his world lead, national record and masters world best for 35+ category with 6.48. Second World indoor champion Richard Kilty with fast season opener 6.57. Third Sean Safo-Antwi 6.61 over US Keith Ricks 6.61. In men events Karol Zalewski debuted indoors over 400 m with 46.54 and Adam Kszczot won the 800 m as expected 1:47.05. Surprise 20.10 personal best in shot put for Polish winner Michal Haratyk over Russian Maksim Sidorov 20.04. Chinese Xie Wenjun topped the hurdles in 7.71 over US Ray Stewart and Dominik Bochenek, both 7.76. Piotr Lisek was the best in the pole vaul 570, another Chinese win in long jump for Li Jinzhe 798 over Adrian Strzalkowski 797. In women events another fast 800 m for Briton Jenny Meadows 1:59.85 ahead of European medalist Joanna Jozwik 2:00.01, indoor PB. US Jessica Young won the 60 m in 7.30 but second in the same time was Polish junior talent Ewa Swoboda also 7.30, she also achieved 7.30 in heats, both times are national junior records. Justyna Swiety won the 400 m in 52.73 and Briton Lucy Hatton the hurdles in 8.06 PB ahead of Panamian Yvette Lewis 8.08. Surprise in women high jump as Urszula Gardzielewska improved to 192 and tied for first place with favorite Justyna Kasprzycka. Third Hungarian Barbara Szabo also 192.