Shaftesbury and Fenerbahce take Group A honours in Ljubljana
In the women's competition, Turkey's Fenerbahce were runaway winners totalling 116 points, 26 ahead of KJK Rakvere Vike of Estonia with Italy's Atletica Vicentina just half a point down on the Estonians in third.
The sprints went to Shaftesbury's John Otugade in 10.78/21.84 with Falana Ayobami also winning the B 100m race for the London club. Dina Asher Smith of Blackheath made it a double for London when she took both women's races in 11.70/23.74.
Dereece O'Callaghan collected full points for Shaftesbury in the 400m in a time of 48.79 while the women's one lap went to Blackheath's Rachel Dickens in 56.92. Italy's Federica Del Buono captured the 800m in 2:09.79 with Kyle Langford coming home first for Shaftesbury (1:52.83). Suleiman Bekmezci of Enka dipped under 4min for 1500m with Turkey doing the double as Bemine Hatan Tuna crossed the line first for the women in 4:31.32.
Estonian Kaidi Kivioja of Rakvere Vike netted maximum points in the 3000m (10:22.06) while Emre Yunus Kavusli of Enka did likewise in the men's event in 8:53.20. Jan Dovč of AD Mass Ljubljana took the steeplechase in 10:04.34 and Desanka Ciro of Sloboda Tehnograd (Bosnia Herzegovina) was first past the post in the women's (11:25.15).
Ottavia Cestonaro of Italy triumphed in the sprint hurdles in 14.88 and Serbia's Marco Villovano of Novi Beograd prevailed in the men's event in 14.93. Emre Samli won the one-lap hurdles in 54.23 while on the women's side Emel Sanli of Turkey collected maximum points in 62.04.
In the high jump, Blackheath's Robyn Petitt had a clean card up to and including 1.73m which was enough to give her victory over Turkey's Kadriye Aydin, on the same height but accumulating four failures along the way. Adruus Glebkauskas of Nike Klaipeda Lithuania went over 2m in the high jump for victory.
Ondrej Honka of TJ Sokol Opava of the Czech Republic cleared 5m to seal victory in the pole vault, Demet Parlak of Turkey securing the women's event with a third-time clearance at 3.60. Kaia Soosaar of Estonia long jumped 6.06 for first place, Kaan Sencan hitting the sand at a winning 7.43 in the men's event. A third round effort of 12.83 was enough for Italy's Ottavia Cestonara to scoop victory in the triple jump while Spain's Marcos Ruiz hit the sand at 14.27 for the men's title.
Fenerbahce's Emel Dereli emerged victorious in the shot with her first throw of 15.52m and Angel Poveda of Spain bagged the men's competition with his final effort of 17.14m to defeat Turkey's Murat Gunduz who had led until then. Nick Percy of Shaftesbury notched up 8 points in the discus (55.99m), but only just as Castellón's Mateusz Wojciech Praczyck was only 7cm down. Ilekzehra Uzunb of Turkey threw 46.10 to pocket 8 points in the women's discus. The hammer went to Francesca Parolin (50.24m) while Dempsey McGuigan (68.80m) took the honours for Shaftesbury. Ali Li Kilis of Enka sent the javelin out furthest to 58.50 and Salina Faessler scored a rare victory for Erdgas Oberthurgau Switzerland with a mark of 45.40 in the women's event.
The Playas de Castellón quartet shaded victory in the sprint relay in 42.61, 0.01 ahead of Shaftesbury's squad while Ljubljana celebrated in the 4x400m bringing the baton home first in 3:20.05. Both women's relays went to Blackheath in 46.95 and 3:56.95 with Asher-Smith anchoring the sprint relay for a hat-trick of wins.
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