Great Britain’s Jemma Reekie ran an outdoor personal best as she won the 800m at the Golden Games in California in the United States.
Britain’s Laura Muir (1:58.46) was second and compatriot Adelle Tracey (1:59.50) finished fourth as they all met the Olympic qualifying standard.
The event took place in the build-up to next month’s US Olympic trials.
There were also other impressive performances from the British contingent, including Cindy Sember and CJ Ujah.
Sember was just 0.02 from setting a British record as she finished second in the 100m hurdles with a personal best of 12.53.
She just missed out on a record held by her sister, Tiffany Porter, but she did move above Jessica Ennis-Hill into second in Great Britain’s all-time rankings.
In the men’s 100m, Ujah was fourth in 10.03 in a race won by American Cravon Gillespie in 9.96.
Ujah clocked his fastest time in the event since 2017 as he also reached the Olympic qualifying standard.
Elsewhere, Eilish McColgan (4:03.89) and Jessica Judd (15:06.02) also reached the Olympic qualifying standard as they both finished fourth in respective 1500m and 5000m races.