Briana Williams was in the form of her life at Sunday’s (6 Feb) New Balance Indoor Grand Prix in New York.
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Briana Williams, who helped Jamaica to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games 4x100m gold, sizzled to 7.09 seconds to win her heat of the 60m dash.
She trailed American Destiny Smith-Barnett for about 50 meters before easing up across the line. Smith-Barnett finished second in 7.14.
American Mikilah Brisco ran 7.14 to win heat 2 and booked her place in the final.
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