Pechyonkin rebounds from DQ, makes a statement in Dortmund

Yevgeniy Pechyonkin is in such great shape at the moment, that he seems to
benefit even from losses. After earning a disqualification in Karlsruhe
(for alleged false starts, that, according to Vyacheslav Yevstratov,
appeared quite questionable), Yevgeniy excelled in Dortmund, the next city
on his German itinerary. First, he prevailed his 60 m hurdles heat in 7,56,
while the current World record holder Colin Jackson of Great Britain managed
a slower time of 7,58 to win the other preliminary contest. Then, in the
final, the Russian record holder not only equalled his own top performance
of 7,52, but managed to defeat the rest of the field headed by Jackson
himself in the process. The Briton finished second in 7,57, while third
place went to Elmar Lichtenegger of Austria, who finished 0,01 sec behind