BIRMINGHAM, USA – Bahamian Warren Fraser, who ran 10.18 in summer and Moscow relay participant, raced to a national record on Saturday at Auburn Invitational.
Fraser's time of 6.54 is second fastest of the 2014 and new national record 6.54 over 60m. Behind him were Marcus Rowland 6.62 and Mookie Salaam 6.63 in Section B of the event.
In Section A, Harry Adams ran 6.66secs to beat Trell Kimmons 6.68 and Isiah Young 6.68. Trinidad´s world finalist Marc Burns was fifth 6.74. In heats US indoor champ D´Angelo Cherry 6.66 and Antiguan Daniel Bailey 6.76.
Ricky Robertson and Bahamian talent Ryan Ingraham cleared 2.24m in the high jump.
Muna Lee won women's 60m win in 7.28 ahead of Sarah Thomas 7.52, Rushell Harvey 7.57 and Chanice Porter 7.60
Levern Spencer of St. Lucia cleared 1.91m before travelled to the Moravia High Jump Tour. Bahamian Bianca Stuart took the women's long jump with a mark of 6.46m.
Tabarie Henry 47.29 in men's 400m event, won by Emmanuel Tugumisirize (SR Mid. Tenn. State) 47.05. Monica Hargrove (Under Armor) 53.69 topped the women's 400m over Fawn Dorr 53.97. Nikita Tracey (LSU) ran 2:11.83.