On the second day of the Tiger Paw Invitational in Clemson, USA, Jamaica came out with a strong showing, securing two victories.
Lamara Distin shattered her own record with a phenomenal 1.97m high jump mark, and Danniel Thomas-Dodd took the shot put with a distance of 18.74m.
In the 200m race, Cameron Miller came out on top with a time of 20.33, outpacing Matthew Boling at 20.59. Javonte Harding also claimed victory in his heat, finishing with a time of 20.47 ahead of Emmanuel Bynum (20.59) and Kennedy Lightner (20.60).
Ushan Perera of Sri Lanka took the high jump title with a remarkable 225 cm, surpassing Trey Allen’s 225 cm. Rashidat Adeleke from Ireland dominated the 200m with a time of 22.68, while Charisma Taylor of the Bahamas claimed the triple jump with a new record of 14.04.
The mixed teams of Georgia triumphed in the men’s 4x400m relay with a time of 3:02.90, and Texas emerged victorious in the women’s 4x400m relay with a time of 3:26.73.
Please support us by subscribing to us on YouTube – @youtube.com/trackalertstv
Your voice matters! By leaving a comment below, you have the opportunity to share your thoughts and opinions with a wider audience. Your comments can contribute to meaningful discussions and bring new perspectives to the table. So don’t be shy; scroll down and leave your comment now. Your input is valuable and appreciated!
Join the conversation on Facebook (@facebook.com/trackalerts), Twitter (@twitter.com/trackalerts), Instagram (@instagram.com/trackalerts), TikTok (@tiktok.com/trackalerts), and Youtube (@youtube.com/trackalertstv). You will be the first to know about our exciting updates, events, and special offers by being a part of our community. Don’t miss out; click the links now!
Way to go Danniel