The time was also a personal best for Crear, who is preparing for next month's World Championships in Seville. Britain's Jackson finished second in 13.24, and another American, Duane Ross, was third in 13.39.
Bruny Surin, of Canada, failed to finish under the 10sec mark in the 100m, but broke the meeting record with a time of 10.08. The British sprinter Jason Gardener followed in 10.10, and Dennis Mitchell, of the US, was third in 10.14.
Surin also took the 200, winning in a track record of 20.29. Tony McCall of the United States came second in 20.37, and Ukrainian Sergei Osovic was third in 20.48.Reuse content