The Match: Europe beat United States to win inaugural competition in Belarus

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Europe beat the United States to win the inaugural The Match sports event in Minsk, Belarus.
The Europeans maintained a 27-point lead following the first day of 2 and steadily improved their advantage throughout Tuesday to triumph by a 724.5-601.5 margin.
Britain’s Ben Williams finished second in the men’s triple jump with Beth Dobbin second in the women’s 200m.
Meghan Beesley and eilish McColgan came in the women’s 1,500m and 400m hurdles .
Europe secured the win with three occasions left when the Adel Mechaal of Spain came second and Italy’s Yemaneberhan Crippa third in the men’s 3,000 m.
The final race of the event proved to be a relay, with each quartet comprising two girls and two men. The very first two legs were run within the third leg over 400m, 200m and also the leg 800m.
The race was won by Germany’s Patrick Domogala along with Jessica-Bianca Wessolly, the Iga Baumgart-Witan of Poland and Amel Tuka of all Bosnia-Herzegovina’s quartet.
On Monday, Britain’s Daryll Neita made a fine run to win the women’s 100m in 11.29 moments, together with fellow Briton Alexandra Bell winning the women’s 800m.
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