Shericka Jackson Of Mvp..... USA USATF Bermuda Games - Rome Diamond League
Shericka Jackson Of Mvp

Shericka Jackson and Shanieka Ricketts were among the Jamaican winners, while Teahna Daniels and Ajee Wilson won for the USA at Saturday’s (9 April) USATF Bermuda Games.

Jackson ran 51.40 to win the women’s 400m and Ricketts hop-skip-jump 14.15m for the best triple jump mark at the event.

Part of the 2022 World Athletics Continental Tour Gold series, the event saw Daniels winning the women’s 100m dash in 11.45. Wilson ran 2:03.09 for victory in the women’s 800m.

See the USA vs Jamaican victories below from the USATF Bermuda Games.

WOMEN’S RESULTS

Women’s 100m
Wind: -5.2 m/s
1. Teahna Daniels United States 11.45
2. Gabby Thomas United States 11.49
3. Javianne Oliver United States 11.62
4. Destiny Smith-Barnett United States 11.66
5. Natasha Morrison Jamaica 11.77
6. Morolake Akinosun United States 11.81
7. Shashalee Forbes Jamaica 11.94
8. Kayla White United States 12.17

Nike Women’s 200m
Wind: -5.0 m/s
1. Anthonique Strachan Bahamas 23.24
2. Dezerea Bryant United States 23.72
3. Briana Williams Jamaica 23.82
4. Shannon Ray United States 23.90
5. Jessica Beard United States 24.07
6. Kiara Parker United States 24.31
7. Twanisha Terry United States 24.31
8. Alaysha Johnson United States 24.42

Women’s 400m
1. Shericka Jackson Jamaica 51.40
2. Candice McLeod Jamaica 51.57 SB
3. Jaide Stepter Baynes United States
4. Kaylin Whitney United States 52.79
5. Kyra Jefferson United States
6. Chloe Abbott United States 53.58
DNS Lynna Irby United States
DNS Wadeline Jonathas United States

Women’s 800m
1. Ajee Wilson United States 2:03.09
2. Chrisann Gordon-Powell Jamaica 2:04.19
3. Charlene Lipsey United States 2:04.50
4. Emily Richards United States 2:05.87 SB
5. Ellie Baker Great Britain 2:05.87
6. Skylyn Webb United States 2:05.96
7. Samantha Watson United States 2:06.09
8. Danae Rivers United States 2:06.38
DNF Grace Claxton Puerto Rico

Women’s 100m Hurdles
Wind: -2.5 m/s
1. Jasmine Camacho-Quinn Puerto Rico 12.67 WL
2. Chanel Brissett United States 13.06
3. Christina Clemons United States 13.15
4. Jade Barber United States 13.27
5. Ebony Morrison Liberia 13.28
6. Gabbi Cunningham United States 13.57
7. Erica Bougard United States 14.45
DNS Akela Jones Barbados

Women’s 400m Hurdles
1. Shiann Salmon Jamaica 55.35
2. Rushell Clayton Jamaica 55.89
3. Janieve Russell Jamaica 56.56
4. Grace Claxton Puerto Rico 57.01
5. Sage Watson Canada 57.07
6. Ashley Spencer United States 57.87
7. Cassandra Tate United States 58.69
8. Kaila Barber United States 59.34

Women’s Long Jump
1. Quanesha Burks United States 6.77m +3.6w
2. Chanice Porter Jamaica 6.70 +2.8w
3. Tissanna Hickling Jamaica 6.50 +2.8w
4. Akela Jones Barbados 6.49 +2.5w
5. Abigail Irozuru Great Britain 6.36 +3.6w
6. Sha’Keela Saunders United States 6.21 +2.9w
7. Michelle Fokam United States 6.19 +2.6w
8. Yanis David France 6.08 +3.3w
9. Erica Bougard United States 5.80 1.9

Women’s Triple Jump
1. Shanieka Ricketts Jamaica 14.15m 1.3
2. Naomi Metzger Great Britain 14.00 1.5
3. Michelle Fokam United States 13.42 1.4
4. Kiana Davis 12.67 United States 1.2

Women’s High Jump
1. Rachel McCoy United States 1.84m
2. Amina Smith United States 1.84
3. Inika McPherson United States 1.84
4. Kimberly Williamson Jamaica 1.84
DNS Zarriea Willis United States

MEN’S RESULTS

Men’s 100m
Wind: -5.6 m/s
1. Jerome Blake Canada 10.38
2. Erriyon Knighton United States 10.39
3. Noah Lyles United States 10.39
4. Yohan Blake Jamaica 10.45
5. Aaron Brown Canada 10.53
6. Brandon Carnes United States 10.53
7. Mike Rodgers United States 10.68
8. Jelani Walker Jamaica 10.68

Men’s 200m
Wind: -4.7 m/s
1. Steven Gardiner Bahamas 20.79
2. Jereem Richards Trinidad and Tobago 20.86
3. Emmanuel Matadi Liberia 21.04
4. Kyree King United States 21.06
5. Isiah Young United States 21.07
6. Andrew Hudson United States 21.07
7. Chris Belcher United States 21.68
DNS Demek Kemp United States

Men’s 200m
1. Kirani James Grenada 45.63
2. Alex Haydock-Wilson Great Britain 46.05
3. Jaheel Hyde Jamaica 46.27
4. Kahmari Montgomery United States 46.38
5. Machel Cedenio Trinidad and Tobago 46.70
6. Aldrich Bailey United States 46.72
7. Noah Williams United States 47.01
8. Kevin Metzger Great Britain 47.52

Men’s 1500m
1. Kamar Etiang Kenya 3:45.26
2. Amos Bartelsmeyer Germany 3:45.35
3. Dage Minors Bermuda 3:46.82 SB
4. Kasey Knevelbaard United States 3:46.86
5. Eric Holt United States 3:46.90
6. Kyle Langford Great Britain 3:47.89
7. Harry Mulenga Zambia 3:57.22
8. Lamont Marshall Bermuda 4:10.86
DNF Erik Sowinski United States
DNS Marco Arop Canada
DNS Hamza Driouch Qatar
DNS Brahim Kaazouzi Morocco

Nike Men’s 110m Hurdles
Wind: -3.8 m/s
1. Shane Brathwaite Barbados 13.78
2. Michael Dickson United States 13.85
3. Eduardo Rodrigues Brazil 13.87
4. Ruebin Walters Trinidad and Tobago 13.95
5. DeJour Russell Jamaica 14.58
6. Jeff Julmis Haiti 14.60 0.183
7. Damion Thomas Jamaica 14.72
DNS Grant Holloway United States

Men’s Triple Jump
1. Chris Benard United States 16.57m +5.0w
2. Jordan Scott Jamaica 16.37 +2.9w
3. Kaiwan Culmer Bahamas 15.82 +3.9w
4. Jah-Nhai Perinchief Bermuda 15.75 +1.4
DNS Nathaniel Meade United States

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Anthony Foster
Anthony Foster is a renowned Jamaican sports journalist, honored twice as the Jamaica sports journalist of the year (in 2004 and 2005). His journalistic achievements are globally recognized. Notably, he authored an award-winning article on Usain Bolt, the iconic 6-time Olympic champion, 11-time World champion, and record holder for the sprint double. This significant piece was published in the Jamaica Gleaner in 2004. Anthony's extensive coverage includes prestigious events such as the Olympic Games in Beijing 2008, London 2012, and Rio 2016. He has also provided coverage for seven (7) World Athletics Championships held between 2007 and 2022, alongside various other international sporting events. Noteworthy mentions comprise his coverage of the 2007 World Cup of cricket and his cherished experience reporting on the 2004 clash between his favorite football team, Argentina, and the USA.

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