HENGELO, NETHERLANDS, JULY 19 -- Edwin Moses charged past Danny Harris and won the 400-meter hurdles in 48.08 seconds in the Adriaan Paulen Memorial track and field meet today.
Harris finished in 48.60, with Kevin Young completing a United States sweep in 48.94.
Moses had won 122 straight 400-meter hurdle races in the past decade before his streak was stopped last month by Harris. Thursday, in an international meet in Paris, Moses slipped and fell at the second-to-last hurdle and did not finish. His victory here was his fourth since June 4, when Harris ended Moses' streak.
Moses, who set a world record of 47.02 in 1983, had the middle of five lanes, with Harris starting 10 meters ahead of him in the outer lane. Moses, 32, overtook Harris less than halfway around the track.
Moses ran a flawless race under dry and almost windless conditions before 19,000 in the Fanny Blankers Koen Stadium. He had blamed a wet track for his fall in Paris.
In other action, Calvin Smith of the United States won the 100-meter dash in 10.21. Smith, a 9.93 world record holder, replaced Carl Lewis, who skipped the event because of a hamstring injury. Stanley Floyd finished second in 10.28, beating Brazilian Robson da Silva, also 10.28, in a photo finish.
Nellie Fiere-Cooman of the Netherlands ran a winning 11.17 in the women's 100-meter event, with American Jennifer Innes second in 11.21 and Pauline Davis of the Bahamas third in 11.32.
U.S. pole vaulter Scott Davis won his event with a jump of 18 feet 4 1/2 inches. Frenchman Phillip Collet finished second with 18-0 1/2 and West German Wladyslaw Kozakiewicz was third with 17-8 1/2.