Dina Asher-Smith
Dina Asher-Smith is showing huge sprint potential at just 19 years old.Getty

Dina Asher-Smith became the first British woman ever to complete the 100m in under 11 seconds at the Sainsbury's Anniversary Games on Saturday (25 July).

The former world junior champion, who set a new British women's record of 11.02 secs at the AA Drink FBK Games in Hengelo two months ago, ran a 10.99 in heat one at the Olympic Stadium before finishing fourth in the final behind eventual winner Dafne Schippers, Blessing Okagbare and Murielle Ahouré.

Another British record was broken in the long jump, where Shara Proctor leaped 6.98m to beat her own previous best and register the third longest attempt in the world this year.

In the men's competition, 2012 Olympic gold medalist Greg Rutherford was unable to provide a repeat of his 'Super Saturday' heroics as he finished third with a jump of 8.18m, trailing American Marquis Dendy and Zarck Visser.

Elsewhere on day two in Stratford, Jessica Ennis-Hill, set to reach a decision with coach Toni Minichiello soon over whether she will travel to the World Championships in August, followed up her fifth-place finish in the 100m hurdles last night by recording a season's best 200m time of 23.49 secs.

Roared on by an adoring home crowd, she also recorded her best long jump performance since London 2012 with a 6.37m. While it was ultimately no match for Proctor, the signs are encouraging for Ennis-Hill, who finished fourth and qualified for the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro in what was her first heptathlon in three years in Gotzis back in May.

Rival Katarina Johnson-Thompson pulled out of that meet in Austria, but returned to action here and finished fourth in the long jump with an effort of 6.50m.

David Rudisha was pipped to victory in the men's 800m by Nijel Amos, the man he beat to gold at the same venue in 2012. Adam Kszczot of Poland was third.