- British sprinter Chijindu Ujah ran under 10 seconds in Rabat, Morocco
- Sets new meeting record to secure his third 100m Diamond League win of year
- Ujah, 23, achieved season’s best of 9.98 seconds beating Justin Gatlin’s record
Chijindu Ujah set a new meeting record as he won the men’s 100 metres at the Diamond League meeting in Rabat.
Ujah ran a time of 9.98 seconds – beating the previous record of 10.12 held by Justin Gatlin – a season’s best time and just short of his personal best. Fellow British athlete Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake was third, clocking 10.18.
In the men’s high jump, Britain’s Robbie Grabarz finished second behind Andriy Protsenko with a leap of 2.27.
Britain’s Chijindu Ujah (right) won Diamond League 100m with…