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Anju could touch only 6.5m, on her fourth attempt, only her sixth best this season. After opening with a 6.49m she had two fouls in the four attempts allowed in this women's long jump competition on the final day of the meet.
Men: 200m: 1. Joshua J. Johnson (U.S., 20.35s); 2. Shawn Crawford (U.S., 20.37); 3. Stephane Buckland (Maur, 20.44).
400m hurdles: 1. Felix Sanchez (Dom, 47.8); 2. Kemel Thompson (Jam, 48.5); 3. Danny McFarlane (Jam, 48.66).
1500m: 1. Paul Korir (Ken, 3:40.09); 2. Alex Kipchirchir (Ken, 3:40.21); 3. Ivan Heshko (Ukr, 3:40.72).
Triple jump: 1. Christian Olsson (Swe, 17.55m); 2. Walter Davis (U.S., 17.09); 3. Kenta Bell (U.S., 16.95).
Women: 100m hurdles: 1. Gail Devers (U.S., 12.45s); 2. Glory Alozie (Esp, 12.66s); 3. Miesha McKelvy (U.S., 12.69s).
800m: 1. Maria Mutola (Moz, 1:59.59s); 2. Kelly Holmes (U.S., 1:59.92s); 3. Amina Ait Hammou (Mor, 1:59.97s).
3000m: 1. Edith Masai (Ken, 8:36.82s); 2. Yelena Zadorozhnaya (Rus, 8:37.40s); 3. Joanne Pavey (GBr, 8:37.89s).
Discus: 1. Vera Pospisilova (Czech, 65.42m); 2. Aretha Hill (U.S., 65.10m); 3. Ekaterini Voggoli (Gre, 63.55m).
Long jump: 1. Eunice Barber (Fra, 7.05m); 2. Tatyana Kotova (Rus, 6.92m); 3. Grace Upshaw (U.S., 6.6m); 5. Anju Bobby George (Ind, 6.5m).
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