Christina Manning  60mh  clamed silver in 7.79 seconds behind  World 100m hurdles record holder Kendra Harrison USA. Christina  strong out of the blocks approached the first hurdle side-by-side with her USA team member who extended her lead slightly as they cleared the second hurdle  both Christina and Kendra had already created some distance between themselves and the rest of the  field as they approached hurdle three  Christina the World tour Winner from the previous pushed Kendra all the way to the finish line for a well deserved Sliver Medal.

Marquis Dendy Long Jump  set out to regain his title from 2016  in one of the most competitive World Indoor Championships long jump finals in recent memory. The competition did not get into full swing until the third round were Luvo Manyonga produced  a jump of 8.44m which set the gauntlet for the other jumpers  Cuba’s Juan Miguel Echevarria held his nerve and leaped to a world lead of his own with an 8.46m jump. Marquis not settling for anything less than a podium place leaped into bronze position with 8.42m in the penultimate round with  his farthest ever jump indoors setting himself up nicely for 2018.

Meghan Beesley  4x400m Britain’s women’s 4x400m relay team won bronze originally finishing fourth in the day’s final session but were elevated to third after the second-placed Jamaican team were disqualified for an infringement at the changeover. Meghan ran a strong first leg keep the British team in contention all the way.

Other results

Elliot Giles 800m  who ran the last final 200m in 3rd place betting for the Bronze medal only to be edged out by American Drew Windle who passed Elliot on the last 20 meters from the finish.

Eliza McCartney 4th Pole Vault – New National Indoor Record 4.85m

Seb Rodger – 6th 4x400m relay (2nd leg in semi)

Jonny Davies – 12th 5000m semi final.