Valerie Adams restamped her dominance on the women's shot put with her 52nd successive international victory at the Spitzen meet in Lucerne today.
Adams threw 20.42m - the same mark with which she won the Diamond League meet in Lausanne this month - and which was comfortably good enough for the win.
Second place went to Russian Yevgeniya Kolodko, who managed 19.08m, while Trinidad and Tobago's Cleopatra Borel was third with 18.72m.
Adams is now unbeaten since August, 2010.
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"It was a really good competition," Adams said. "The series was very consistent. After a rough start due to the injury, my season is going on well. I expect another consistent competition in Monaco on Friday."
That will be Adams' final pre-Commonwealth Games event before the Glasgow meet starts.