Despite cruising to a slow-start-win at the Golden Spike meeting in Ostrava on Wednesday, it was plain to see that all is not quite right with Usain Bolt, who rather worryingly has niggling issues with his form, fitness and perhaps even his mind just two months to the London World Championships.
His dominant run also means he is the first man in history to run sub-10 seconds for 100m, sub-20 seconds for 200m, sub-31 seconds for 300m and sub-44 seconds for 400m. "The great fans make this meeting a really unique one".
Usain Bolt's 300m time was 30.97 seconds.
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Van Niekerk, who broke Johnson's 400m world record at the Rio Olympics past year, pulled away from the pack around the curve on his way to a time of 30.81 seconds, beating the American Johnson's mark of 30.85 seconds set in 2000.
Farah ran a time of 27 minutes and 12 seconds to beat Kenya's Mathew Kimeli.
Setting the 400m World Record at the Rio Olympics past year, some doubters perhaps thought that the South African sprinter's career had peaked. Well, this quote published by the IAAF just a few hours before the race says it all.
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Since winning silver over 10k at the 2011 world champs in Daegu, Farah is on an unbroken streak of nine global final wins (the 5000m in 2011, and the double at the 2012 and 2016 Olympics and the 2013 and 2015 worlds).
"It was my last 10km race and I enjoyed it", said Farah.
He came fourth in the race, which was won by his fellow country man Nicholas Kipkoech.
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Sidorova managed a best of 4.70m, beating out Alysha Newman of Canada, but bombing three times at what would have been a season best of 4.80.