ALBUQUERQUE – Jamaican Moscow World Championships 4th placer Kimberly Williams achieved a world leading triple jump mark of 14.26m at Saturday's (25 Jan 2014) Cherry and Silvier Invitational in Albuqerque, USA.
Another Jamaican Janice Jackson improved at 60m hurdles to 8.09.
Trinidad´s Jarrin Solomon 46.70 finished behind James Harris 46.43 in the 400m.
In another race, Alonzo Russell of Bahamas 46.44 for his indoor PB.
Jamaican Akheem Gauntlett won the men's 400m here at the Terrier Invitational in 46.48 in Boston.
Meanwhile, in Montreal, Canada, Olympic and world medalist Luguelin Santos clocked facility record 1:16.90 during second day of McGill Invitational meet. It was his first race ever at the distance.
Panamian Olympic Long jump winner 2008 Irving Saladino returned to competition at an outdoor meet in Sao Paulo, Brazil, with 8.10m (+0.6), his best result since July 2012.
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