I turned on the PC late but rewound on the BBC and went back and watched the 400 and 400h.
Javier Culson had the lead heading into the last hurdle but Kerron Clement, who at the Olympic Trials won his first US title in 10 years, came on strong to get the win in a seasonal best 48.40 to Culsonâ€™s 48.63 (also a seasonal best). It was a real high quality affair as the top 5 all broke 49.00.
World leader Johnny Dutch, who threatened to retired after a disappointing 5th place showing at the US Trials, certainly didnâ€™t rebound like Keni Harrison as he was next to last in 50.72.
In this non-DL race, Trinidadâ€™s Deon Leondore had the lead hitting the homestretch but British champion Matthew Hudson-Smith was the best man over the final 100 and got the win in 45.03 to Lendoreâ€™s 45.34. 2014 and 2016 European champ Martyn Rooney was tossed before this one even began thanks to a false start.