Jamaican Sprinter Ashanti Moore Dominates Women's 100-Meter Race at Michael Johnson Invitational

Ashanti Moore, a Jamaican sprinter, dominated the women’s 100-meter race at the Michael Johnson Invitational hosted by Baylor University.

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Moore fiercely competed against American sprinter Abby Steiner for the top spot, but her sheer determination and explosive speed set her apart from the rest. She crossed the finish line with a season-best time of 11.12 seconds, defeating Steiner, who finished at 11.19 seconds.

Karimah Davis from Kentucky claimed third place with a time of 11.32 seconds, followed by Anavia Battle from Adidas TBBTC at 11.38 seconds.

Moore’s impressive performance solidified her status as a rising star in the world of athletics.

By Orlando Raynor

Senior track and field writer – Love sports, but long distance running is his main area of interest.

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