Andrew Fisher was in record-breaking form at Saturday’s (Jan 21) Central Hurdles and Relays.

Fisher, who last year switched switch allegiance to Bahrain, equaled Kim Collins’ 60m (outdoor) mark of 6.53 at GC Foster College in Spanish Town.

Everton Clarke, representing GC Foster College, 6.60 and his teammate Sheldon Mitchell, 6.76, finished second and third respectively.

Jura Levy of GC Foster College ran 7.25 to beat training partner Gayon Evans of Sprint Tech 7.27. Audra Segree, also of GC Foster, was third in 7.32.

Nasive Powell of GC Foster won the men’s 200m in 21.93 while Shennae Steele of UTech/MVP took the women’s event in 24.85.

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