By Vijay, writer 

CLERMONT, Florida – Veronica Campbell-Brown, at Saturday’s Star Athletics Sprint Meet, ran a fast wind-aided 200m.

Campbell-Brown, who had earlier showed superb form in winning heat one of the women’s 100m in 10.86secs, skipped the final and later won the 200m in 22.30 (+2.1m/s wind).

Kaylin Whitney was second to Campbell-Brown in 22.80 and Lenora Guion Firmin, third in 23.03.

World fastest man Justin Gatlin, just one day after returning from Rome, achieved 10.05 (+0.9m/s) in the 100m ahead of Trinidad´s Rondel Sorrillo 10.21 and German Martin Keller 10.22.

Mikel Thomas later won heat 2 in 10.20 with a supporting wind of 3.0m/s.

Sorrillo won the 200m in 20.22 (+1.8m/s) ahead of Tristan Walker 20.82 and Emmanuel Callender, who ran in heat 1, 20.85. 



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