Yohan Blake, representing Titans, won the men’s 200m at Saturday’s (18 July) Velocity Fest at Jamaica College.
Blake, the 2011 World 100m champion, topped the highly anticipated event in 20.62 seconds.
Blake, who last year changed coach, beat Rasheed Dwyer, 20.66 and Romario Williams, 20.89 to the tape.
Andel Miller, 21.08 finished fourth in the event.
In heat 2, Michael Bentley, 21.13, Oshane Bailey, 21.15 and Jaheel Hyde, 21.17 finished in that order.
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Event 8 Men 200 Meter Dash ================================================================ Meet Record: 20.71 7/11/2020 Juian Forte, MVP Name Year Team Finals ================================================================ Section 1 Wind: -0.7 1 Goldson, Khadrian GC Foster College 21.79 2 Rowe, Samuel University of We 22.12 3 Green, Kemar Mvp Track & Fiel 22.29 4 Rawlins, Javon GC Foster College 23.08 Section 2 Wind: -0.9 1 Bentley, Michael Mvp Track & Fiel 21.13 2 Bailey, Oshane Sprintec Track Club 21.15 3 Hyde, Jaheel Pelicans Track Club 21.17 4 Callender, Emmanuel Pelicans Track Club 21.77 Section 3 Wind: -0.8 1 Blake, Yohan Titans 20.62 2 Dwyer, Rasheed Sprintec Track Club 20.66 3 Williams, Romario GC Foster College 20.89 4 Miller, Andel Mvp Track & Fiel 21.08
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Well done mi boss
Yohan yuh know mi still believe inna yuh though, mi naa give up on you. Yaa goh find it again.
Outclasses is not the word… Dwyer was right beside him 🤦🏾♂️
WTG Yohan! Congrats! 🙌🏽🙌🏽 😎
Congrats Yohan..I know it has been a long road and this time won’t cut it for Olymics or Championships
..but you won so we have to give you just reward…congrats!
Congratulations-remain focused, train hard and all the best for 2021