Guliyev ran 20.09 to beat van Niekerk and Trinidad and Tobago's Jareem Richards by .02 (they were both clocked at 20.11).
*The Independent: Ramil Guliyev Happy To Fly Under The Radar After Shocking Wayde Van Niekerk To Claim 200 Gold Guliyev: "I was competing against some of the best athletes in the world, so it didn’t bother me that the attention was on them. Maybe at the next competition everyone will look at me instead.”
Kibet won the 1500 in 3:38.56 where Robby Andrews was 5th (3:39.01) and Leo Manzano last. In the 3000, Embaye won in 8:51 and Katie Mackey was 6th (8:56). Non distance highlights included Asafa Powell 9.96 in the 100 to beat Mike Rodgers, Turkey's Ramil Guliyev setting a European lead to win the 200 in 19.88 and World champ Sergey Shubenkov in the 110H (13.11).