Abdi Bile Abdi of George Mason won the 1,000 meters in 2 minutes 21.85 seconds in the Father Diamond Memorial indoor meet yesterday at George Mason.

Olympian Sophia Hunter of Delaware State won the women's 55-meter hurdles, the 200 meters, 400 meters and ran a leg on the winning mile relay team.

Ray Humphrey of Georgetown won the long jump (24 feet 7 1/4) and the triple jump (51-10 1/4).

Bile's time was almost two seconds faster than the qualifying standard for the NCAA indoor championships, March 14-15 at Oklahoma City. Bile, a junior and a native of Somalia, is the NCAA outdoor 1,500-meter champion and ran the fastest collegiate mile of last season at 3:53.08.

Rob Muzzio, George Mason's two-time NCAA decathlon champion, won the shot put at 53-9.

Phyllis Addison of George Mason won the women's shot put and the 20-pound weight throw. John Ragin of the University of the District of Columbia won the 55-meter sprint in 6.21 seconds.

At the D.C. Road Runners' annual indoor track meet, Steve Pinard of Hartwood, Va., broke the meet and track record in the two mile, finishing in 8:58 at Thomas Jefferson Community Center in Arlington.