Nadia Power won the 800m at the IFAM meeting in Belgium in 2.02.83, the second fastest time of her career indoors.
In a perfectly executed race, the Dubliner took the lead heading into the bell and won by almost a second from Germany’s Tanja Spill in 2:03.75, with Italy’s Elena Bello third in 2:03.91. Naas' Claire Mooney finished sixth in the race, running 2:06.79.
Here’s @NadiaPower6’s win at the IFAM meeting in Gent. (From @sporza) pic.twitter.com/MELCGILzUo
— Will Downing (@WillDowningComm) February 13, 2021
This follows on from a series of great performances by Power including breaking the Irish record in her first outing of the season, clocking 2:02.44 when finishing second in the 800m at the Vienna Indoor Meet a fortnight ago.
Elsewhere, Siofra Clerigh-Buttner ran an impressive 4:09:67 PB in a high class 1500m field at the World Indoor Tour in Boston on Saturday while national 800m champion Iseult O'Donnell won the Val d'Oise 800m in 2:03.27.
Power will next race in the 800m at the World Indoor Tour in Torún, Poland on Wednesday.
Safe to say we’re keeping each other on our toes! Looking like a full team for women’s 800m at the Euro Indoors (pending selection)... so exciting🤩 https://t.co/Gn816cwAKb
— Nadia Power (@NadiaPower6) February 13, 2021