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• Results: Great City Games Manchester 2018

Results:2018 Great City Games Manchester -Friday, May 18.

MEN'S POLE

1     FRA     STANLEY JOSEPH                	5.60
2     GBR     LUKE CUTTS                    	5.30
3     ITA     MATTEO CRISTOFORO CAPELLO    	5.30
4     GBR     ADAM HAGUE                    	5.30
5     GBR     JACK PHIPPS                 	4.80
5     GBR     CAMERON WALKER-SHEPHERD     	4.80

GIRL'S 100M     Wind: -0.2 m/s     

1     GBR     FAVOUR JOSEPH                 	13.95
2     GBR     AVA GRIGGS                     	14.24
3     GBR     STEVIE-JO MCINTOSH             	14.51
4     GBR     MILLY GOSLING                 	14.55

BOY'S 100M GREAT SCHOOL SPRINT Wind: 1.2 m/s 

1     GBR     JAKEY WOODS                 	13.31
2     GBR     KYLAN DEPEIAZA                 	13.36
3     GBR     DYLAN BODDY                 	13.51
4     GBR     GEORGI INANOV                 	13.51

WOMEN'S LONG JUMP

1     FRA     ELOYSE LESUEUR                 	6.58 (1.9 m/s)
2     GBR     JAZMIN SAWYERS                 	6.43 (1.0 m/s)
3     POR     TERESA CARVALHO             	6.16 (0.6 m/s)
4     GBR     LUCY HADAWAY                 	6.12 (0.2 m/s)
5     GBR     REBECCA CHAPMAN             	6.02 (-0.4 m/s)
6     GBR     HOLLY MILLS                 	5.94 (0.9 m/s)

MEN'S T13 150M Wind: 0.6 m/s

1     IRL     JASON SMYTH                 	15.82
2     GBR     ZAK SKINNER                 	16.73
3     ESP     DIEGO SANCHO                 	17.33
4     ESP     EDUARDO MANUEL UCEDA NOVAS     	18.53

MEN'S 200M Wind: 2.0 m/s 

1     USA     BERSHAWN JACKSON             	22.58
2     IRL     THOMAS BARR                 	23.19
3     GBR     JACOB PAUL                     	23.44
4     FRA     VICTOR COROLLER             	23.51

WOMEN'S 100M Wind: 0.7 m/s     

1     BLR     ALINA TALAY                 	12.74
2     NOR     ISABELLE PEDERSEN             	13.03
3     GBR     ALICIA BARRETT                 	13.42
4     GBR     YASMIN MILLER                 	13.54

MEN'S 100M Wind: 0.5 m/s
1     GBR     HARRY AIKINES-ARYEETEY         	10.35
2     GBR     RICHARD KILTY                 	10.37
3     GBR     SAM OSEWA                     	10.49
4     GBR     ANDREW ROBERTSON             	10.53

WOMEN'S T37/38 150M Wind: 1.2 m/s     
1     GBR     SOPHIE HAHN                 	19.29
2     GBR     GEORGINA HERMITAGE             	20.76
3     GBR     BETHANY TUCKER                 	22.15
4     GBR     KATRINA HART                 	22.29

MEN'S 110M HURDLES Wind: 0.2 m/s     
1     POL     DAMIAN CZYKIER                 	13.67
2     GBR     DAVID KING                     	13.83
3     GBR     ANDREW POZZI                 	13.90
4     USA     ARIES MERRITT                 	14.34

19:08 | MEN'S 150M Wind: -0.3 m/s     
1     GBR     LEON REID                     	15.52
2     NET     SOLOMON BOCKARIE             	15.57
3     NOR     JONATHAN QUARCOO             	15.75
4     POR     DAVID LIMA                     	16.24

19:18 | WOMEN'S 150M Wind: 1.6 m/s     

1     CIV     MARIE JOSEE TA LOU             	16.60
2     USA     ALLYSON FELIX                 	16.72
3     GBR     BIANCA WILLIAMS            	17.09
4     GBR     FINETTE AGYAPONG             	17.24
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