Jamaican Asafa Powell proved that his knee tendonitis is healed by winning the men's 100m dash at the Artur Takac Memorial meet in Belgrade, Serbia. Powell's season-opening mark of 9.97 overtakes Bahamanian Derrick Atkins' world-best of 9.98 and nudges him to the top of the list.
Kenya's Moses Masai won the men's 5000m run at the same meet, running a world-leading 13:08.80. Masai's time surpasses Mexican Juan Luis Barrios' time of 13:11.37. Countryman Hosea Macharynyang also dipped under Barrios' world-leading time with a 13:09.83.
Jolanda Ceplak of Slovenia won the women's 800m as expected, clocking a 2:00.92, a meet record. Wilfred Bungei of Kenya handily won the men's 800m by 1.04 seconds, winning in 1:45.50.
Complete Results for the meet can be found here.