Christania Williams, Shericka Jackson and Akeem Bloomfield were the standouts at last weekend’s (21 May) JAAA All Comers meet held at the National Stadium.
Williams of UTech ran a personal best 11.07 to top the women’s 100m (0.6m/s wind). Bahamian Sheniqua Ferguson, representing MVP, finished second in 11.52
Kavean Smith of UTech 10.21 beat Antiguan Daniel Bailey of Racers, 10.26secs in the men’s 100m.
Bloomfield of Kingston College (KC), 20.66, Jevaughn Minzie of Racers, 20.69, Nathon Allen, 20.77 were the top 200m male runners.
World Championships 400m bronze medallist, Jackson, of UTech won the women’s 200m in 22.97. The next best athlete was her teammate Shimayra Williams in 23.05.
In the women’s 400m hurdles, MVP trio Sparkle McKnight (Trinidad and Tobago) 56.23, Nikita Tracey, 56.98 and Danielle Dowie, 57.09, were the top finishers.
Marvin Williams of UTech, 50.14, beat Akan’s Josef Robertson, 50.29 in the men’s 400m hurdles.
Samantha James of Cameron Blazers, 2:03.95 beat Simoya Campbell of UTech, 2:06.94 in the women’s 800m.
Verone Chambers of Sprintec was the top quartermiler on the day with 52.80. Samantha Curtis of GC Foster College was next best with 54.07.
Shanieka Thomas topped the women’s triple jump with 14.16m. Zaavan Richards of UWI won the javelin throw with 67.10m.
Vashon McCarthy, 18.81m and Raymond Brown, 18.16m won the junior and senior shot put events.