US sprinter Allyson Felix marked her return to worldwide competitors 10 months after giving start by profitable the Nice North Metropolis Video games 150m.
Six-time Olympic champion Felix, 33, beat Britain’s Ashleigh Nelson and Beth Dobbin in 17.37 seconds in Stockton.
Richard Kilty gained the boys’s 100m in 10.57secs on a monitor constructed in town’s excessive avenue, in an all-GB area.
Britain’s Abigail Irozuru secured the ladies’s lengthy leap title whereas Eilish McColgan gained the ladies’s mile.
It was a British clean-sweep within the males’s 150m, with Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake’s time of 15.43secs sufficient to edge out Harry Aikines-Aryeetey and Kilty who was racing in his hometown.
In the meantime, within the Tees Valley, Paralympic champion Jonnie Peacock edged Germany’s Felix Streng within the males’s IPC 100m in 11.53secs, with Greece’s Michail Seitis taking third.
GB’s Sophie Hahn gained the ladies’s IPC 100m race, beating the Netherlands’ Marlene van Gansewinkel and team-mate Sophie Kamlish.