File - Sprinter Tyson Gay celebrates after winning the 100-meter race during the Prefontaine Classic track and field meet in Eugene, Ore., Saturday, May 30, 2015. (AP Photo/Don Ryan)
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France's Renaud Lavillenie defied injury to make an impressive 2015 Diamond League debut Saturday, soaring 6.05 meters to a pole vault victory in Eugene.Lavillenie's victory was among world-leading performances in 10 events at Hayward Field on the third stop of the 14-meeting Diamond League series.U.S. sprinter Justin Gatlin continued to build his solid start to the season, winning the 200 meters in a world-leading 19.68 seconds.The 33-year-old Gatlin, who has served two doping bans, said it was perfect preparation for the U.S. world championship trials on the same Eugene track in June.France's Pascal Martinot-Lagarde won the 110 meters hurdles in a season-leading 13.06 ahead of U.S. rivals Aries Merritt (13.12) and David Oliver (13.14).
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