Otto jumps 5.71m in Leverkusen | 26.08.2012
The meet, which was also a farewell to Danny Ecker, saw Tobias Scherbarth, Karsten Dilla and Raphael Holzdeppe all clear 5.61m to finish second, third and fourth respectively.
Hungarian Olympic hammer champion Krisztian Pars showed top form in Tapolca, Hungary, with a throw of 81.28m.
The first day of the Spanish Championships in Pamplona saw Angel David Rodriguez win the 100m in 10.35 (0.0).
Eusebio Caceres leaped to 7.75m (-0.7) in the long jump, while the discus produced a tight competition between Mario Pestano and Frank Casanas – one which Pestano won with an effort of 63.28m, 1cm further than Casanas' best of 63.27m.
In the women's events, Natalia Rodriguez won the 1500m in 4:24.95 and in the 10,000m walk Beatriz Pascual won in 43:18.97 over Maria Jose Poves (44:22.59).
In the German Combined Events Championship, Noemi Zbaren, a guest from Switzerland, won in the junior category with a good 5,606 points.
During the second day of the Swedish Championships Johan Wissman won the 400m in 47.06, Alhaji Jeng won the pole vault in 5.45cm while Niklad Arrhenius topped the discus field with 62.32m.
At the Estonian National Series Bigbank Kuldliiga meet in Talinn, the 100m was won by Emmanuel Callender of Trinidad in 10.24 (+1.1) over Antoine Adams of St. Kitts (10.31) and Serhiy Smelyk (10.35).
Ivan Zaytsev showed good shape in the javelin, throwing 83.11m to top a field that included Olympic medallist Oleksandr Pyatnytsa, who could only manage ninth place with 74.10m
Women's javelin world champion Mariya Abakumova won with 61.62m, while Russian Darya Klishina won the long jump with an effort of 6.49m (+0.7).
Ukrainian Alina Lohvynenko won the 400m in 51.93.
At the Flanders Cup in Merksem, Belgium, Olympic relay medallist from Beijing Hanne Marien ended her career with 11.93 in the 100m.
Jamaican Ryan Shields topped both sprints in 10.50 and 21.14, while Hanne Claes won the women's 200m in 23.47 (+0.3)German Fernandez (USA) imposed himself on the 1500m field with a time of 3:40.71.
At the Danish Championships, Morten Jensen recorded a leap of 7.64m (0.0) in the long jump, while in the shot put Kim Christensen threw 19.76m.
At the Norwegian National Championships, held in Kristiansand, Jaysuma Saidy Ndure won the 200m title in 20.91 (-1.5).