The women's medals were swept by South American athletes as Ecuador's Ecuador’s Carmen Toaquiza took the overall title. *Results
Litvinov's 86.04 PB from 1986 is still #2 all-time.
World Indoor 1500 silver medalist Dawit Seyaum is also doing the 1500/3000 double while the men are lead by defending 3000 champ Yomif Kejelcha, Hagos Gebrihiwet and former World 800 champ Mohammed Aman.
Angelika Cichocka will do the 1500/800 double.
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He made a solo attempt for the 7:52 world indoor standard, but didn't get it, winning in 8:07.
They didn't have as stiff competition as expected as the Kenyan runners didn't make it due to visa issues.
Nwangangi beat out his countryman Rhonzas Kilimo by just one second with Ethiopia's Dawit Fikadu another three seconds back.
Other interesting results included Tatjana Pinto running 7.06 to run the fastest 60m by a German since 1988 and the Lavillenie brothers (Renaud and Valentin) going 1-2 in the French Champs PV with 5.83m and 5.72m. At the Dutch Champs, Dafne Schippers won in 8.09.