and Britain's Tiffany Ofili were given the same time of 7.80 seconds after an incredibly tight photo-finish, Ofili setting a new national record for the second time in three hours.
Recommendations A Bezabeh men's 5,000m 1.5pts 4-1 general Russia women's 4x100m relay 1pt 5-2 Bet365 STEVEN DOWNES'S PORTFOLIO N Rodriguez women's 1,500m 2pts 5-1 Boylesports A Bekele women's 5,000m 1pt 4-1 Boylesports C Nytra
women's 100m hurdles 2pts 6-4 Boylesports B Vlasic women's high jump 4pts 8-15 Blue Square, 888sport GB to win more than 14 medals 4pts Evs Hills
Germany's Carolin Nytra
won in a time of 7.80, just beating Great Britain's Tiffany Ofili in a photo finish with Norway's Christina Vukicevic taking the bronze.
Turkey's Alemitu Bekele looks the pick at 4-1 (from 5-1) in the women's 5,000m, while with Sweden's Susanna Kallur having withdrawn from defending her title in the women's 100m hurdles, 6-4 favourite Carolin Nytra ought to land the spoils.
Favourite backers should take care, however, because young German Nytra has been beatable in big-time finals this season.
Both got the better of Germany's Championship favourite Carolin Nytra
who won bronze in 12.68.
"I am really happy," said O'Rourke, who timed her lunge for the line perfectly to hold off Germany's Carolin Nytra
by 0.03 seconds.