Scottish athlete Laura Muir won the 1500m event at the Kamila Skolimowska Memorial meet in Chorzow, Poland – a World Continental Tour Gold athletics event.
Muir set a meet record with her 3:58.24 performance. She dropped the pace hard over the final lap and left second-place finisher Sofia Ennaoui back in second at her home meet.
The 27-year-old European champion also raced two sub-four-minute performances, back-to-back at the Stockholm and Monaco Diamond League meets in August.
- MUIR Laura GREAT BRITAIN 3:58.24 MR
- ENNAOUI Sofia POLAND 3:59.70 PB
- BOBOCEA Claudia ROMANIA 4:01.31 PB
- HAILU Lemlem ETHIOPIA 4:04.75
- MCCOLGAN Eilish GREAT BRITAIN 4:06.35
- KAZIMIERSKA Klaudia POLAND 4:07.47PB
- VRZALOVA Simona CZECH REPUBLIC 4:07.89 SB
- ALEMU Habitam ETHIOPIA 4:08.23
- PLIŚ Renata POLAND 4:10.27 SB
- CICHOCKA Angelika POLAND 4:17.16
- MAZUR Joanna POLAND 4:52.38
- JÓŹWIK Joanna POLAND DNF
- BEKUS Joanna POLAND DNF
Muir owns the Scottish record for the distance at 3:55.22, set in Paris in 2016. She also owns the 1000m record at 2:30.82. She is a four-time European Indoors champion, twice in the 3000m and 1500m events, respectively.
At the same meet, German athlete Johannes Vetter accomplished the second-longest javelin throw in history on Sunday. His third throw of the day was measured at 97.78-metres.