Three Jamaicans, Danielle Williams, Natoya Goule and Leah Nugent were winners at Saturday’s American Track League meet in Georgia, USA.
Doha 2019 bronze medal winner, Danielle Williams, opened with 13.23 to beat fellow Jamaican Trishauna Hemmings, 13.54 in the women’s 100m h1 Danielle Williams (jam) 13.23; 2 Trishauna Hemmings (jam) 13.54urdles.
In the women’s 800m, Goule ran 2:00.43 to beat Laurie Barton 2:05.72.
Nugent, however, was in a record-breaking mood. She ran 39.81 for a new Jamaican record in the 300m hurdles. Nugent’s time is no. 20 on the world’s all-time list.
Zuzana Hejnová of Czech Republic recorded the world’s best-ever time of 38.16 in 2013.
Keturah Orji won the women’s long jump with 6.68m and triple 14.14m (+0.2m/s wind).
Selected Results Below
100m (0.2) Kieran Showler-Davis (gbr) 10.76
400m h1 1 Champ Page 46.62; 2 David Kendziera 46.89; h2 1 Justin Brooks 47.14; 2 Robert Gregory 47.41
110mh (0.1) LaFranz Campbell 14.44
PV A John Prader 5.33
PV B Scott Houston 5.33
LJ Tyrone Smith (ber) 7.68 (-0.2)
TJ Chris Carter 16.17 (0.1)
100m (0.1) Aiyanna Stiverne (can) 11.99
200m (0.1) Aiyanna Stiverne (can) 24.08
800m 1 Natoya Goule (jam) 2:00.43; 2 Laurie Barton 2:05.72
100mh (0.0) 1 Danielle Williams (jam) 13.23; 2 Trishauna Hemmings (jam) 13.54
300mh Leah Nugent (jam) 39.81
PV 1 Natalie Uy (phi) 4.11; 2 Marissa Kelsey 4.11; 3 Megan Zimlich 4.11
LJ 1 Keturah Orji 6.68 (0.0); 2 Sabina Allen 6.37 (0.1)
TJ Keturah Orji 14.14 (0.2)
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Big up my jamaican girls congrats
Awesome! Congrats ladies! 🇯🇲🇯🇲🙌🏽🙌🏽😎
Well done ladies