Liu storms to Kawasaki win

110m hurdle star Liu Xiang showed that he is in fine form by storming to victory at the Kawasaki Grand Prix.

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The Chinese superstar clocked a time of 13.09 seconds to beat American duo Omoghan Osaghae (13.33) and Ronald Brookins (13.69) at the Japanese event.

RESULTS

Men's 100m

1. Su Bingtian (China) 10.04

2. Michael Rodgers (U.S.) 10.05

3. Kim Collins (St Kitts and Nevis) 10.07

Men's 800m

1. Job Kinyor (Kenya) 1:47.05

2. Amine El Manaoui (Morocco) 1:47.91

3. Andreas Bube (Denmark) 1:48.19

Men's 110m Hurdles

1. Liu Xiang (China) 13.09

2. Omoghan Osaghae (U.S.) 13.33

3. Ronald Brookins (U.S.) 13.69

Men's 400m Hurdles

1. Takayuki Kishimoto (Japan) 49.31

2. Johnny Dutch (U.S.) 49.52

3. Nathan Woodward (Britain) 50.38

Men's 3000m Steeplechase

1. Jairus Kipchoge (Kenya) 8:18.06

2. Conseslus Kipruto (Kenya) 8:19.49

3. Roba Gary (Ethiopia) 8:19.62

Men's 4 x 100m Relay

1. Australia 39.00

2. China 39.02

3. Japan 39.03

Men's 4 x 400m Relay

1. Japan 3:04.15

2. Australia 3:06.96

3. New Zealand 3:09.66

Men's Long Jump

1. Yohei Sugai (Japan) 7.98

2. Ignisious Gaisah (Ghana) 7.81

3. Kim Deok-hyeon (South Korea) 7.59

Men's Pole Vault

1. Yang Yansheng (China) 5.32

2. Hiroki Ogita (Japan) 5.32

3. Jordan Scott (U.S.) 5.32

Men's Hammer Throw

1. Dilshod Nazarov (Tajikistan) 77.34

2. Pawel Fajdek (Poland) 76.31

3. Markus Esser (Germany) 76.29

Men's Javelin Throw

1. Genki Dean (Japan) 81.43

2. Yukifumi Murakami (Japan) 80.26

3. Stuart Farquhar (New Zealand) 77.35

Women's 100m

1. Allyson Felix (U.S.) 11.22

2. Melissa Breen (Australia) 11.38

3. Chisato Fukushima (Japan) 11.39

Women's 400m

1. Amantle Montsho (Botswana) 50.52

2. Joanne Cuddihy (Ireland) 51.78

3. Mary Wineberg (U.S.) 52.36

Women's 800m

1. Alem Gereziher (Ethiopia) 2:05.86

2. Sianne Toemoe (Australia) 2:06.22

3. Bethany Praska (U.S.) 2:06.90

Women's 100m Hurdles

1. Yvette Lewis (U.S.) 13.08

2. Michelle Perry (U.S.) 13.11

3. Ayako Kimura (Japan) 13.31

Women's 4 x 100m Relay

1. Japan 44.29

2. China 44.47

3. Japan B 44.93

Women's Long Jump

1. Saeko Okayama (Japan) 6.67

2. Cornelia Deiac (Romania) 6.51

3. Karin Mey Melis (Turkey) 6.50

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