Three men broke 44.00 for the first time in history as former world champs LaShawn Merritt (43.65 PB) and Kirani James (43.78) had to settle for silver and bronze. Cuba's Yarisley Silva won the pole vault in dramatic fashion, while Justin Gatlin (19.87) and Usain Bolt (19.95) cruised through the 200 semis to set up a thrilling final on Thursday.
Georgetown alum Rachel Schneider got a solid PR to win the 1500 in 4:08.46 while Cory McGee was 3rd. Trinidad & Tobago's Michel Cedenio ran 44.97 to win comfortably over LaShawn Merritt (45.42); Jeremy Wariner was 9th (46.22).
*OTB: Ponce 800m - Charles Jock with the win, Symmonds showing signs of life *Nick Symmonds is BACK
$50,000 in prize money has created a sweet women's 1500 and an incredible men's 400.