Some of Europe’s outstanding performers included James Dasaolu, Dafne Schippers, Barbora Spotakova and Tiffany Porter who ensured her season ended on a high clocking a UK record of 12.51 when she finished second in the women’s 100m huddles after Americas Dawn Harper-Nelson.
Seasoned Jamaican sprinter Veronica Campbell-Brown made the most of Blessing Okagbare’s absence having lost to her at the 2014 Commonwealth Games led an Americas one-two in the women’s 100m, clocking 11:08 to beat Michelle-Lee Ahye with 11:25.
African athletes also did well in the men’s 800m as Commonwealth Games gold medalist Nijel Amos of Botswana clocked 1:44:88 to beat world champ and Team Africa partner Mohammed Aman.
The continent wrapped up the meeting with a sweet victory in the men’s 4X400m relay that comprised of Boniface Mucheru, Isaac Makwala, Savior Kombe and Wayde van Niekerk, combined to claim honors in a time of 3:00:02.
Final Team Standings
Europe 447.5 points
Americas 390 points
Africa 339 points
Asia-Pacific 257.5 points