Bahamian Rio 2016 Olympic Games 400m champion Shaunae Miller-Uibo ran a personal best over 100 metres at Friday’s Back to the Track in Clermont.
Miller-Uibo had the ideal wind condition, 1.9m/s, topped her heat in 11.03 seconds. She improved on her personal best of 11.19 done four years ago.
Jamaican Natalliah Whyte, who finished second to Miller-Uibo in heat 2, also moved on to the final with her 11.15 seconds clocking.
American Rising star Tamari Davis won her heat in 11.18 seconds (2.1m/s) while Jasmine Camacho-Quinn, 11.22, is the other qualifier for the final later tonight.
Jamaican sprint hurdler Britany Anderson ran 11.50 for 9th overall.
In the men’s race, Trayvon Bromell beat compatriot Noah Lyles, 9.90 to 10.04 in heat 3.
Andre DeGrasse, who ran 9.97 to take heat 2, qualified as the second-fastest.
Jamaican Andre Ewers with 10.10 is also in the final.
Senoj-Jay Givans, 10.11, Nickel Ashmeade, 10.21 and Keston Bledman, 10.39 didn’t make the final cut for the big race.
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