67). Ruben Palomeque Spanish finished ninth and last with a mark of 8: 54. 60. The Spanish Francisco Javier Abad did her best personal record in 1,500 m race which was seventh with 3:35.55 and in which Nixon Kiplimo Chepseba imposed the Kenyan with 3: 30. 94, new record of the meeting and better register staff. American Carmelita Jeter, reigning world 100 meters champion, won the Zagreb hectometre with eleven seconds righteous, to thirty cents of the best mark of the year, which she established in Eugene (United States) the past June 4. Jeter, who in Daegu also hung the silver in the 200 m and gold in the relay 4 100, won ahead of the Jamaican Schillone Calvert (11.13)-which then prevailed in the 200 with 22.55-, and Bulgarian Ivet Lalova, runner-up in the world and who finished third in 11.33. Sally Pearson, at Daegu world champion signed a spectacular final that won with a mark of 12.28, won today also Zagreb with 12.68.
The Australian is unstoppable, since a week ago also said the victory in Zuruch, with 12.52. In Daegu, the American Dawn Harper third and Olympic champion, finished second at 12.81. Chicherova, very high Russian Anna Chicherova broke again in the high jump, as it did in Daegu, a great local attraction, the Croatian Blanka Vlasic. Both exceeded the slat in the 2.00 meters, but won the first for having a null less than his rival. In addition, Tajik Dilshod Nazarov won in hammer (80,30), Hungarian Zoltan Kovago in disk (64.91) and Russian Aleksandr Menkov (8,18) in length, proof that the Cuban Wilfredo Martinez made four null. American Reese Hoffa dominated the shot put with a best throw of 21,73. The American Maggie Vessey won the 800 meters with 1: 58.
64. Second it ended the Cuban Yunesy Santiusty (1: 58. 70). And won the Russian Olga Zaytseva with a jump of 6.73 in length. Source of the news: Bolt wins his first hectometre with 9.85 after the fiasco of Daegu