It was the fastest winning time at the British Championships since 1992. 18-year-old Keely Hodgkinson won the women's race in 2:03.24.
Morgan Lake claimed her fifth successive HJ title on countback (1.80m) and Holly Bradshaw won her eighth PV title with 4.35m.
Hassan: "I didn't feel good before the start of the race, I even puked. After 30 minutes of racing, I finally felt better. It was in the final 20 minutes that I gained the confidence I needed. When there were only two minutes left on the clock, the fun began. I just gave everything I had left. I am so happy with the win and the world record. It wasn't easy."
32-year-old Aikines-Aryeetey ran 10.35 to finally win gold in his 12th appearance at British Champs. “I have won and I am British champion, for the first time after all these years. It bodes well for next year. I am very stubborn, I am not going away."
Jessica Judd took the 5,000m in 15:37.52, Jazmin Sawyers the LJ in 6.69m, and Cindy Ofili defended her 100H title just beating out 17-year-old Lucy-Jane Matthews by .04.