It was no contest as Farah took the 3000 in a world-leading 7:34.66 while Weightman held off US’s Gabe Grunewald to get her first big international win.
Running in his first race since the NOP doping investigation became public, Mo Farah celebrated his win as if he'd won a World title while Nijel Amos won a big battle in the men's 800 but limped off the track injured.
The crowd sent absolutely nuts as two high schooler ran 10.12 and 10.16. LRC on site with video and more.
Is 18 year old, Zharnel Hughes, of Anguilla the heir apparent to Usain Bolt? Steve Soprano went to the old school IAAF High Performance Training Center in Kingston, Jamaica that helped produced Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake to find out.