Brno, Sparta, Tampereen Pyrinto and SG Stavbar Nitra gain promotion
As expected Skive's Morten Madsen beat Tampereen Pyrintö's Mikko Laiho in the 100m in 10.79 while Tampereen Pyrintö's Ella Rasanen took the women's sprint in 12.02. In the 200m, favourite Martina Cernochova of Olymp Brno was defeated by Sparta AM's Martha Traore. For the men, Madsen did the double over Laiho.
Tampereen's Eliisa Rasanen captured the 400m and Cliff Ellsworth of AV Lycurgus dipped under 50sec to claim the men's title. Favourite Gustav Vad Thomsen of Skive collected the 800m in a shade over 2min while Eliska Kutrova of Brno edged Josefine Rytter of Sparta in the women's two-laps.
Lada Novakova of AD Kronos was first across the line in the metric mile and Clonliffe Harriers' Aaron Hanlon imposed his superior pace in the men's race. Barbora Blahutova of Brno saw off the challenge of Tessa Den Heijer of Gorronigen Atletiek in the 3000m. Over the barriers, Helena Tlusta of Kronos was over 30sec ahead at the finish and Kevin Buehler of Bern triumphed for the men.
Jana Sotakova of Brno took the high hurdles and Menno Vloon of Lycurgus dominated on the men's side. Sotakova won the 400m hurdles, but Rasanen was 0.33 faster in the B race. In the men's version, Ellsworth sealed his second triumph of the day.
Tampereen's Sievi-Korte won the high jump on countback over Lisboa e Benfica's Ricardo Mendes, both men clearing 1.96 while Tatiana Gousin of AC Kifissia found 1.76 sufficient to prevail. Rosanna Ojala of Sparta cleared 3.76m in the pole vault and Vloon notched up his second win of the day with exactly 5m. Merika Sumanen of Sparta found 5.71 enough for long jump victory with Jordan Monteirou of Saint Quentin-en-Yvelines clinching the points with 6.84. Laetitia Bruun of Sparta won the triple jump and Jan Suba of Stavbar Nitra the men's.
Alexander Wieland of Bern heaved the shot over a metre further than his rivals with Reinders doing likewise in the women's competition. Juliana Pereira won the discus and Joni Syrjala the men's version adding to his hammer win in the opening event of the day, Reinders also grabbing her second win in the hammer. Andrea Drapalova of Brno and Alan de Deugd of Lycurgus won their respective javelin competitions.
The Czech women of Brno got the baton round fastest in the 4x100 while Stivbar Nitra in the men did the same for Slovakia. The women's long relay went to Tampereen Pyrintö with Entente Saint Quentin-en-Yvelines clinching the men's race.
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