Birmingham Diamond League 2017

Athletics

ByTheMinAthlete

Tsegay has gone with the pacemaker leaving a big gap between her and the rest of the pack. Bahta (SWE) has gone to the front of the pack now to try and push things as the pacemaker drops off.

Bell goes and Tsegay is still leading. Her compatriot Seyaum has closed the gap and overtaken her down the back straight...

Seyaum with the win, Winny Chebet (KEN) takes second and Tsegay is just pushed out of third by Rababe Arafi (MAR). Pretty shambolic all round there.

Barshim has passed at 2.39 to move onto 2.40. He'll have one attempt at a clearance.... HE'S CLEARED IT.

That's a meeting record and a world lead! First clearance at that height in some time, he's getting closer and closer to that WR.

Caterine Ibarguen of Colombia has taken the win from Kimberly Williams in the women's triple jump. 14.51m on her final attempt.

Penultimate event of the tournament about to get underway. Strong field here for the women's 400m including world champion Phyllis Francis, Salwa Naser of Bahrain and of course Allyson Felix.

Very quick start from Naser, Allyson Felix charging down the home straight but the teenager just holds off the American veteran for the win. 50.59 the time. Courtney Okolo (USA) takes third place.

Tomas Walsh (NZL) follows up his London gold with a win in the shot put. 21.83m on his final throw to hold off Ryan Crouser (USA).

One last race in Birmingham. One last race in the UK for Mo Farah. It's the men's 3000m metres.