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• Last Week' Men's Top 5 Performers - Event by Event

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Men's Top 5 performers from week February  10 - 16

#  Week's

Performance

60m Men Note Name
Nat
Venue
Date
1 6.47 WL James Dasaolu GBR Birmingham 15-Feb
2 6.48   Jimmy Vicaut FRA Birmingham 15-Feb
3 6.50   Marvin Bracy USA New York NY 15-Feb
4 6.53   Kim Collins SKN Birmingham 15-Feb
5 6.53   Nesta Carter JAM Birmingham 15-Feb

200m




1 20.53 NR Aaron Brown CAN Albuquerque NM 14-Feb
2 20.59   Jermaine Brown JAM Albuquerque NM 14-Feb
3 20.81 NR José Carlos Herrera Mex Albuquerque NM 14-Feb
4 20.84   Mike Berry USA Albuquerque NM 14-Feb
5 21.03   Timothy Faust USA Albuquerque NM 14-Feb
5
21.03   Davonte Stewart USA Albuquerque NM 14-Feb

400m




1 45.71   Nigel Levine GBR Birmingham 15-Feb
2 45.81   Vernon Norwood USA Fayetteville AR 14-Feb
3 45.96   Neil Braddy USA Fayetteville AR 14-Feb
4 46.08   Luguelín Santos DOM Birmingham 15-Feb
5 46.09   Richard Buck GBR Birmingham 15-Feb

800m




1 1:44.52 AR WL
Mohamed Aman ETH Birmingham 15-Feb
2 1:44.99   André Olivier RSA Birmingham 15-Feb
3 1:45.19   Adam Kszczot POL Birmingham 15-Feb
4 1:45.22   Andrew Osagie GBR Birmingham 15-Feb
5 1:46.52   Drew Windle USA Allendale MI 14-Feb

1500m




1 3:37.19   Nixon Chepseba KEN Birmingham 15-Feb
2 3:37.35   Homiyu Tesfaye GER Birmingham 15-Feb
3 3:37.37 NR Marcin Lewandowski POL Birmingham 15-Feb
4 3:37.51   Bethwel Birgen KEN Birmingham 15-Feb
5 3:38.61   Mekonnen Gebremedhin ETH Birmingham 15-Feb

3000m




1 7:35.73   Hagos Gebrhiwet ETH Birmingham 15-Feb
2 7:36.53   Dejen Gebremeskel ETH Birmingham 15-Feb
3 7:37.10   Yenew Alamirew ETH Birmingham 15-Feb
4 7:37.11   Augustine Choge KEN Birmingham 15-Feb
5 7:37.22   Paul Kipsiele Koech KEN Birmingham 15-Feb

60m Hurdles



1 7.55   Pascal Martinot Lagarde FRA Birmingham 15-Feb
2 7.57   Andy Pozzi GBR Birmingham 15-Feb
3 7.57   Terrence Trammell USA New York NY 15-Feb
4 7.57   Sergey Shubenkov RUS Birmingham 15-Feb
5 7.57   Dominic Berger USA New York NY 15-Feb

High Jump




1 2.36   Mutaz Essa Barshim QAT Hangzhou 16-Feb
2 2.34   Erik Kynard USA Birmingham 15-Feb
3 2.30   Michael Mason CAN New York NY 15-Feb
4 2.30   Marco Fassinotti   Birmingham 15-Feb
5 2.27   Robbie Grabarz GBR Birmingham 15-Feb

Pole Vault




1 6.16 WR Renaud Lavillenie FRA Donetsk 15-Feb
2 5.81   Luke Cutts   Donetsk 15-Feb
3 5.76 SAR Thiago Braz BRA Donetsk 15-Feb
4 5.70   Sam Kendricks USA Albuquerque NM 14-Feb
5 5.66   Konstadínos Filippídis   Donetsk 15-Feb
5 5.66   Paweł Wojciechowski   Donetsk 15-Feb
5 5.66   Piotr Lisek   Donetsk 15-Feb

Long Jump




1 8.14   Aleksandr Menkov RUS Birmingham 15-Feb
2 8.12   Li Jinzhe CHN Birmingham 15-Feb
3 8.10   Chris Benard USA Albuquerque NM 14-Feb
4 8.00   Greg Rutherford GBR Birmingham 15-Feb
5 7.99   Raymond Higgs BAH Fayetteville AR 14-Feb

Triple Jump




1 16.48   Adrian Świderski POL Łódź 14-Feb
2 16.31   Karol Hoffmann POL Łódź 14-Feb
3 16.21   Fu Haitao CHN Hangzhou 16-Feb
4 16.16   Roman Valiyev KAZ Hangzhou 16-Feb
5 16.13   Rafeeq Curry USA Birmingham AL 14-Feb

Heptathlon





Coming Up




Shot Put

1 20.82 NR Georgi Ivanov BUL Dobrich 12-Feb
2
19.40   Andy Novak USA Allendale MI 14-Feb
3 19.10   Tavis Bailey USA Birmingham AL 14-Feb
4 19.09   D.J. Duke USA Allendale MI 14-Feb
5 19.07   Om Prakash Singh IND Hangzhou 16-Feb

 




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