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Okagbare had earlier won the long jump event, with a 6.86-metre leap.

Men’s 400m hurdles Olympic silver medallist Michael Tinsley stormed to victory in the discipline in Shanghai after he summoned extra strength at the climax of the race to edge to the front of a pack of four.

Meanwhile, France’s indoor world record pole vaulter Renaud Lavillenie won his event with a jump of 5.92 metres.

He told AFP that he was feeling stronger after breaking the world record in February but injuring his foot on the same event, leaving him out for five weeks.

“Three months ago I was not even able to put my foot on the ground because of my injuries,” he told AFP.

“For me it is a big improvement. I think it (recovering from injury) has made me stronger than I was before.”

The homegrown star of the evening was Xie Wenjun, who won the 110 hurdles in front of an ecstatic home crowd which included Chinese track and field superstar Liu Xiang.

Xie, who is a close friend of the 2004 Olympics 110 metre hurdles gold medal winner, won the race with a personal best time of 13.23, ahead of France’s Pascal Martinot-Lagarde and current World Champion David Oliver.

“Today’s result is the pay-off for my hard work in the past few months,” Xie said.

“I didn’t expect that I could finish first in today’s race because all my rivals are world class athletes like David Oliver, so it is a great surprise and a great pleasure for me to win at home.” 

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