World leading 200 m times highlighted first day of Don Kirby Invitational here in Albuqerque, USA on Friday.
Canadian Aaron Brown achieved 20.53, the fastest of 2014 and national record. Second was Mike Berry 20.84.
In next race, another Mexican indoor record for Jose Carlos Herrera 20.81 and in 6th race Jamaican Jermaine Brown improved to 20.59, his PB.
In women 200m, also fast 22.92 by Phyllis Francis. Long jump improvements for Chris Benard to 810 cm and Canadian Christabel Nettey 6.62m, new national record.
Universiade winner Sam Kendricks cleared in pole vault 5.70m, his indoor PB.
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