The second day of the Aviva London Grand Prix took place at Crystal Palace. Held over two days the event is the twelfth of fourteen Diamond League meetings held in Europe, North America and Asia. London, UK. 14/08/2010
This was the second day of the Aviva London Grand Prix at Crystal Palace.
Many British atheletes who won medals at the recent European Championships (where the GB team won a record 19 medals) took part over the two days.
The photographs show:
Allyson Felix of the USA winning the women's 400 metres - she was then interviewed by infield host Katherine Merry - Tatyana Firova of Russia was second.
Olympic silver medalist Roger Black running the final leg for his relay team in the 'Aviva legends relay'.
Libby Clegg (GB), a partially sighted runner & running with her guide, winning a T12/T44 100 metres, (T12 is the paralympics class for partially sighted athletes and T44 is for amputees) three of the amputee competitors walking away after the race are also photographed and also an official holding a bag containing an athletes 'leg'.
Double amputee Oscar Pistorius of South Africa is shown winning the T44 category (amputees)
400 metres in which he set world record of 47.04 seconds also shown are the artificial legs of Brazilian runner Alan Oliveira.
Yargelis Savigne of Cuba was the winner of the women's triple jump with Olha Saladukha (Ukraine) finishing third.
Wallace Spearmon (USA) was the winner of the mens 200 metres.
Andrew Turner (GB) is pictured winning the second heat of the 110 metres hurdles.
Kaliese Spencer of Jamaica won the women's 400 metres hurdles.
Mariya Savinova was winner of the women's 800 metres.
Milcah Chemos Cheiywa (in second place in the photo) of Kenya won the womens 3000 metres steeplechase ahead of second placed Yuliya Zarudneva (on right of photo).
The mens long jump was won by Dwight Phillips of the USA, second was Morten Jensen of Denmark, third Chris Tomlinson (GB).
Jeremy Wariner of the USA was winner of the 400 metres, Martin Rooney of Great Britain came in sixth.
Marshevet Myers of the USA won the women,s 100 metres ahead of Carmelita Jeter also of the USA.
David Oliver of the USA won the final of the mens 110 metres hurdles
Augustine Choge of Kenya was winner of the final event the Emsley Carr mile, Mekonnen Gebremedhin of Ethiopia came second and American Leonel Manzano third.
Also shown is the start of the second heat of the womens 100 metres.