Ewa Swoboda continued her impressive form in Madrid ©Getty Images

Poland's Ewa Swoboda continued her winning streak as the International Association of Athletics Federations World Indoor Tour continued in Madrid.

The 21-year-old headed into the competition at the Centro Deportivo Municipal Gallur following 60 metres wins in Karlsruhe in Germany last weekend and at Torun in Poland two days ago.

She had beaten Dutch star Dafne Schippers on both occasions and the duo set up for another duel after winning their respective semi-finals in Spain’s capital city.

Swoboda would emerge as the victor again in the final, as she achieved a meet record time of 7.11 seconds.

Schippers was forced to settle for second in 7.18, with her Dutch team-mate Jamile Samuel rounding off the top three in 7.26.

United States’ Mike Rodgers claimed victory in the men’s 60m competition, after he clocked 6.57 in the final.

He ended just 0.01 clear of Slovakia’s Jan Volko, while his fellow American Bryce Robinson was third in 6.61.

Olympic silver medallist Orlando Ortega was denied home success in the men’s 60m hurdles event by Jarret Eaton.

The American clinched a narrow victory in a time of 7.56, with Ortega and Cyprus’ Milan Trajkovic sharing second by crossing in 7.57.

The hosts enjoyed a clean sweep in the women’s 800m with Adriana Cagigas topping the standings after achieving a time of 2min 3.94sec.

She was followed by compatriots Natalia Romero and Marta Frechilla, who achieved times of 2:05.59 and 2:09.15 respectively.

Ethiopia’s Alemaz Samuel won the women’s 3,000m in 8:43.76, with Romania’s Claudia Bobocea and The Netherlands’ Maureen Koster completing the top three in 8:47.59 and 8:48.85.

The men’s 1,500m was won by Kenya’s Bethwel Birgen in a time of 3:40.17, with the Spanish duo Jesus Gomez and Adel Mechaal following in 3:40.59 and 3:41.82.

Poland’s Michal Haratyk and Konrad Bukowiecki, who won gold and silver respectively at last year's outdoor European Championships in Berlin, were expected to battle for the men’s shot put title.

The duo were beaten by Germany’s David Strol, who topped the standings with a distance of 21.01 metres.

Bukowiecki was second on 20.66m, while Haratyk threw 19.98m for third.

Greece’s Militadis Tentoglou won the men’s long jump by achieving a distance of 8.23m, with Italy’s Lamont Jacobs second on 8.05m.

Uruguay’s Emiliano Lasa was third after jumping 7.98m.

Russia’s Anzhelika Sidorova produced a dominant display in the women’s pole vault competition as she achieved a world lead of 4.91m to win the event.

Greece’s Nikoleta Kiriakopoulous was the runner-up in 4.74m, with Canada’s Alysha Newman finishing third on 4.56m.

Venezuela's world indoor and outdoor champion Yulimar Rojas eased to victory in the women’s triple jump by achieving an effort of 14.92m.

United States’ Tori Franklin and Portugal’s Patricia Mamona rounded off the top three with jumps of 14.57m and 14.44m respectively.