LOUGHBOROUGH (GBR, May 22): Olympic winner Jessica Ennis-Hill sounded a positive note about her fitness as she began the build-up to the defence of her Olympic title in Rio with a low-key performance
in the javelin in Loughborough with 41.69. CJ Ujah beat Great Britain team-mate James Dasaolu to win the 100 m A race in 10.07, inside the Olympic qualifying time with Dasaolu 10.14. Andrew Pozzi, in only his second outdoor race since 2012 because of awful injury problems, clocked a new PB of 13.32 to win the 110 m hurdles. In a windy 200m, Ojie Edoburun ran an impressive 20.50 with junior Cameron Tindle 4th with a PB of 20.75 inside the World Juniors standard. In a competitive 100m Rechmial Miller, the IAAF World Youth bronze medalist, took 4th in 10.34 in a race won by Harry Aikines Aryeetey in 10.29. In the hammer Jake Norris threw 78.54 a new PB (5 kg). In senior 4×100 m Britain clocked 38.64 to win with Dasaolu, Aikines-Aryeetey, Kilty and Ujah.