LIVE UPDATES: Birmingham Diamond League

LIVE UPDATES: Birmingham Diamond League

LIVE UPDATES: Birmingham Diamond League

Aug 20, 2017 by Gordon Mack
LIVE UPDATES: Birmingham Diamond League
Follow along with us for the 2017 Muller Birmingham Grand Prix. All times Central.


Prior to the International TV Window:

Charlene Lipsey took third in the women's 800m


Great Britain went 1-2 in the men's mile


9:03 AM: Women's 400m Hurdles

Dalilah Muhammad goes out strong.

Czech Republic's Zuzana Hejnova closes hard and out leans Muhammad at the line.


9:14 AM: Men's 800m

Amos 50.5 thru 400m

Amos continues to roll at the Diamond League level as he wins this race by over 5 meters in 1:44.50


9:23 AM: Men's 100m

This will be an all British race

False Start!

Adam Gemili is disqualified.

Chijindu Ujah takes the W in 10.08


9:32 AM: Men's 400m

Great Britain's Dwayne Cowan gets another win for the home team with a fast last 100m.


9:40 AM: Women's 3,000m

May top Americans in this Field, Rowbury, Coburn, Huddle, Frerichs.

Obiri and Hassan continue to lead

1000 split: 2:54.08
2000 split: 5:41.83

7:27 at the bell!

Hassan takes the victory in 8:28, but Konstanze Klosterhalfen the 20 year-old out of Germany just ran 8:29 for second!


9:57 AM: Men's 110m Hurdles

Woah two get DQ'd! Brathwaite and Darien!

Merritt takes the win as USA goes 1-3 with Merritt and Devon Allen


10:08 AM: Women's 100m

Elaine Thompson back on top!


10:17 AM: Men's 200m

Ramil Guliyev wins again! He is undefeated this year.


10:26 AM: Women's 1500m

1:02 thru 400m

2:09 thru 800m

Tsegay with a 15m lead with 1 lap to go

Seyaum closes on Tsegay to take the victory. Jenny Simpson fades to seventh and won't qualify for the Diamond League final.


10:36 AM: Women's 400m

USA goes 2-3-4, but Phyllis Francis' fourth place finish means the World Champion won't qualify for the Diamond League final


10:45 AM: Men's 3,000m

1k split: 2:33.11

Mo chillin' in the middle of the pack

2k split: 5:10.75

Mo now in second.

6:41 at the bell Mo in the lead.

Mo closes in 56 seconds to win his final track race in the UK.