World 200m champion Noah Lyles clocked his season-best 19.86 seconds (+0.8w) and Shaunae Miller-Uibo ran fast at the Pure Athletics Global Invitational in Clermont, Florida on Sunday, May 1.
Second was his brother Josephus in 20.20. In the 200 meters, World indoor 400-meter gold medalist Jereem Richards clocked 20.06, while Jamaica’s Ashanti Moore won the women’s 200 in 23.02 seconds ahead of Lilly Kaden (23.21).
In the heats of the women’s 100 meters, Shaunae Miller-Uibo did 10.92 seconds with a 5.5m/s wind, while Briana Williams, 10.96 (5.3m/s), Twanisha Terry, 10.96 (5.0m/s), Ashanti Moore, 11.17 (4.3m/s) and Khalifa St. Fort, 11.25 (5.5m/s) were the other finishers.
Terry won the women’s final in 10.94 seconds ahead of Williams’ 11.03. The wind reading was 1.3m/s. St. Fort got 7th in 11.34. In the men’s heats, Kyle King ran 9.90 seconds (3.9m/s), Noah Lyles, 9.90 (3.9m/s), Isiah Young, 9.96 (4.1m/s) and Aaron Blake, 9.98 (2.8m/s). Jerome Richards of Trinidad and Tobago recorded 10.16 seconds (2.8m/s).
IAAF Inside Athletics: Shaunae Miller-Uibo and Maicel Uibo
King ran 9.98, the day’s only legal sub-10 to beat Jerome Blake, timed in 10.00 (1.3m/s).
Kimberly Williams topped the women’s triple jump with 13.98 meters to beat Naomi Metzger’s 13.92.
German Ricarda Lobe clocked 12.85 (+3.6) in the women’s 100-meter hurdles. In the men´s hurdles final, Hungarian Valdo Szucs recorded a legal 13.72.
Morgan Lake cleared 1.93 meters in the high jump, and Ben Williams got 16.49 meters (+0.9w) in the triple jump, his best since 2019.
Kyra Jefferson won the women’s 400-meter event in 52.40 seconds while Gilles Anthony Afoumba, 46.44, was the best in the men’s edition.
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