Great Britain’s jack Wightman was the man of the night at the Oslo Diamond League meeting that was held in Norway.
The 22 year old produced a personal best to win the 1500m with 3:34.17 beating suprising the world silver medalist kenya’s Elijah Manangoi who came second with 3:34.30.
Marcin Lewandowski, the former European champion from Poland, was third with 3:34.60 and Filip Ingebrigsten, the reigning European champion and home crowd favourite from Norway, was fourth with 3:36.74.
Britain’s 2016 Olympic finalist, Charlie Grice came sixth with 3:37.19 with another Kenyan Silas Kiplagat, coming seventh with 3:37.81. Ayanleh Souleiman, the former world indoor champion, was back in tenth place with 3:38.55.
The 2013 Junior Champion gold medalist is the son of former marathoner Geoff Wightman (2:13) and Susan Tooby also a marathoner (2:31).
- Jake Wightman (GBR) 3:34.17
- Elijah Manangoi (KEN) 3:34.30
- Marcin Lewandowski (POL) 3:34.60
- Filip Ingebrigsten (NOR) 3:36.74
- David Torrence (PER) 3:37. 19