Dina Asher-Smith made it two victories in the space of three days by winning the 60metres in Dusseldorf.
The 25-year-old equalled her personal best of 7.08 seconds to win in Karlsruhe on Friday and followed it up with a time of 7.12 secs in just her second competitive race since 2019.
Asher-Smith next competes in France in 10 days but is pleased with how her 2021 has started, building up to the European Indoor Championships in Poland in March.
Took the win in Düsseldorf!
Pleased to have put together some strong performances over the past few days + end the racing drought! Now for a few days work and then onto Lieven 🔥 thank you for all the support, seeing your tweets and pics have made me smile. Loving being back! pic.twitter.com/u7xXOLwOBo
— Dina Asher-Smith (@dinaashersmith) January 31, 2021
She said: “I was really happy with how I started in Karlsruhe. I knew I was in good shape but sometimes it takes me a few meets to get going.
“So, I was happy to come out and perform really well a few days ago. Hopefully with a bit more training and a bit more hard work, we can push to faster times.
“The Europeans will be really exciting, it will be great to get out there in a championship again. I love championships.
“It is the most fun for me, so it will be really exciting to get out there and perform with heats, semi-finals and a final again.”