American track and field legend Allyson Felix warmed up for next weekend’s high-profiled Millrose Games by topping the women’s 60m Saturday’s (1 Feb) Power Five Invitational in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Felix, one of the greatest track and field stars globally, won the short sprint in 7.35s. She beat Brooke Raglin of Louisville, 7.39 and Anna Keefer of North Carolina, 7.45s.
Felix, who ran 7.45 in Friday’s heats, will face Jamaican Briana Williams, who ran 7.25 indoor and 7.15 outdoor, two weekends ago.
Qhiyal Towns of North Carolina took the men’s 60m in 6.74 ahead of Lester Miller of Mississippi State, 6.83.
Great Britain’s Cindy Ofili edged Tiffany Porter in the women’s 60m hurdles, 8.19 (8.181) to 8.19 (8.188) respectively.
Porter, after the race, wrote on social media, “another season-best today, and I’m grateful for the progress.”
Job Mayhue took the men’s 60m hurdles in 8.00 ahead of his Michigan teammate Roland Amarteifio, 8.02.
Ohiyahl Towns of North Carolina won the men’s 60m in 6.74 ahead of Lester Miller of Mississippi State, 6.83s.
Chloe Foster won the women’s 400m in 54.23 while Briana Evans of Mississippi State took the men’s event in 48.66
Jade Harrison of Michigan topped the women’s 200m in 24.26 while Terryon Conwell of Mississippi was the men’s 200m winner in 21.24.
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