Renaud Lavillenie, Shawn Barber and Armand Duplantis all clear 5.92m at Texas Relays, while Alex Yee runs impressive 14:05 parkrun at Dulwich

A report on Nick Miller’s British hammer record is here and Anglo Celtic Plate International coverage is here, while other recent highlights include the following.

Texas Relays, Austin, March 30/31

Olympic champion Renaud Lavillenie, former world champion Shawn Barber and Armand Duplantis all cleared a world-leading 5.92m. Lavillenie and Barber tied for first but Duplantis had the consolation of a world under-20 record.

Former Olympic champion Jenn Suhr won the women’s event with with a 4.83m vault.

There were also world leads in the women’s relays for LSU with 42.66 at 4x100m and USA Red with 3:26.16 in the 4x400m.

Another ranking topper was Jeron Robinson with 2.31m in the high jump.

Aleia Hobbs won the women’s 100m in a windy 10.93/2.2.

Dulwich parkrun, March 31

Triathlete Alex Yee clocked 14:05‏ for 5km to record the fastest parkrun since 2012.

It puts him second on the parkrun all-time list behind Andy Baddeley’s 13:48.

Florida Relays, Gainesville, USA, March 30/31

Sydney McLaughlin won the 400m in a world-leading 50.07 to go sixth all-time among under-20s.

Florida set a world lead in winning the men’s 4x400m relay in 3:01.00.

Daegu Marathon, Korea, April 1

Kenya’s Abraham Kiptum won in a course record 2:06:29 ahead of teammate Evans Korir (2:06:35).

Janet Rono made it a Kenyan double in the women’s race with a 2:28:01 victory ahead of Korean Ahn Seul-Ki’s 2:28:17.

New Orleans, USA, April 1

Jake Robertson retained his 10km title in 27:28 to incredibly equal his twin brother Zane’s national and Oceanian record at the distance.

The New Zealander, who runs in the Commonwealth Games, won by close on 300 metres from Kenyans John Muriti (28:14) and Edwin Soi (28:18).

Kenya’s Monicah Ngige won the women’s race in 32:05.

Palo Alto, USA, March 31

Botswana’s Nijel Amos won the 800m to underline his position as Gold Coast favourite in 1:44.65.

Sunshine Coast, Australia, March 31

Holly Bradshaw won the pole vault with a 4.70m vault and Molly Caudery bettered the British under-20 record mark with a 4.50m vault but as the event is regarded as a training “competition”, performances are not recognised for statistical or record purposes.

Paderborn, Germany, March 31

Kenya’s Emmanuel Kiprono won the 10km in a world leading 27:23 while Kenya’s Dorcas Jepchirchir won the women’s race in 31:00.

Tom Scott Memorial 10 (Inc. Scottish Championships), Motherwell, April 1

Luke Traynor won in a top-class 47:59 with Kenny Wilson (49:43) and Dermot Cummins (49:59) also inside 50 minutes.

Sarah Inglis won the women’s race in 55:34 from Northern cross-country champion Mhairi MacLennan’s 56:30.

Annabel Simpson was third in 57:52.

Intertrust 37th Guernsey Easter Running Festival, March 30-April 2

Ryan Burling and Louise Perrio were the overall winners of the weekend-long event.

Guernsey overall winners RYAN BURLING and LOUISE PERRIO 2018 by Mark Shearman

They both claimed victory in the 4.75m cross country races, with Burling also winning the 5km road race, while Eleanor Davis won the women’s race.

See Thursday’s AW magazine for coverage.

Isle of Man Easter Festival of Running, March 30-April 1

Ollie Lockley and Rachael Franklin won the overall festival titles.

Lockley claimed a clean sweep, winning the 10km road race, Peel hill race and 5km road race. Success in Sunday’s 5km secured Franklin the overall title.

See Thursday’s AW magazine for coverage.

» Further coverage and results in the April 5 edition of AW

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