Ronald Levy and Natasha Morrison were the best-placed Jamaican at Sunday’s (12 Sept) ISTAF Berlin, a Germany’s World Athletics Continental Tour meeting.
Levy, who ran from lane five, was second across the line in the men’s 110m hurdles. He ran 13.11 to finish behind American Devon Allen, 13.11.
Damion Thomas, Jamaica’s Tampere 2018 world U20 champion, finished fourth in 13.44.
Morrison’s second-place finish came in the women’s 100m dash. She ran 11.09 to finish behind Daryll Neita of Great Britain, 11.04.
Briana Williams, 19, took third place with 11.16. Michelle-Lee Ahye of Trinidad and Tobago, 11.19, was fifth in the event.
Jaheel Hyde was also a third-place finisher at the ISTAF Berlin. Hyde’s 48.95 performance came in the men’s 400m hurdles, which went to Olympic champion and world record holder Karsten Warholm, 48.08.
In the men’s 100m, Nigel Ellis ran 10.23 for fourth. American Marvin Bracy won the event in 9.95, way ahead of Jeremiah Azu of Great Britain, 10.16.
Julian Forte, the other Jamaican, was disqualified.
Shadae Lawrence was the other Jamaican, and she finished fifth in the women’s discus with a throw of 60.49m. Valarie Allman won the event with 71.16m.
Anderson Peters, Grenada’s Doha 2019 world champion, finished fifth in the men’s javelin, his mark 80.51. Johannes Vetter of Germany continued to dominate with a winning throw of 88.76m.
The ISTAF Berlin celebrated 100 years.
Full Results for the ISTAF Berlin is at this link