Asher-Smith had won over 100m at last weekend’s opening Diamond League meeting at Gateshead, beating a high-class field that included Jamaica’s Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, who on Saturday became the second-fastest woman in history, running 10.63.
Conditions in Gateshead had meant a fast time was never on the cards, but Asher-Smith responded in the Netherlands by clocking 10.92 to dip well below the Olympic qualifying time of 11.15 and take the win, with teammate Daryll Neita also achieving a Tokyo qualifying mark with a PB of 11.04, though both will still have to seal their spots at this month’s British Championships.
Earlier, Dutch star Hassan, the world champion at both the 1500m and 5,000m, added the 10,000m world record to her CV as she ran 29:06.82 to take more than ten seconds off Almaz Ayana’s mark.
Elsewhere, Jake Wightman also secured an Olympic standard as he backed up his 800m win at last weekend’s European Team Championships with victory over 1500m.
The Commonwealth Games bronze medallist finished well ahead of his competitors in a time of 3:34.67 - just inside the qualification time.
There was a British one-two in the women’s 800m, with Jemma Reekie beating training partner Laura Muir.
Reekie, who is having an impressive season, won in 2.00.77, just ahead of Muir, who surged through the pack to finish second in 2:00:95.
Additional reporting by PA.