Laura Muir set a new British record but top billing went to Gudaf Tsegay as the Ethiopian broke the 1500 metres world indoor record in France on Tuesday.
Tsegay took more than two seconds off Genzebe Dibaba’s old mark as she crossed the line in a time of three minutes and 53.09 seconds at the World Indoor Tour meeting in Lievin.
Muir, from Glasgow, came home in a relatively-distant second but her time of three minutes and 59.58 seconds made her the first Briton to break the four-minute barrier.
Compatriot Melissa Courtney-Bryant finished third in a personal best time of 4:04.79.
Fellow Scot Jemma Reekie was triumphant in the 800m, winning in a time of 2:00.64. Keely Hodgkinson was fourth as she came home in 2:01.71.
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