BER – Americans dominate Bermuda Invitational

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HAMILTON, Bermuda – Four records and Alexandria Anderson’s sprint double effort highlighted Saturday’s (1 July) 2nd staging of the Bermuda Invitational here at the National Sports Centre.

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American Anderson won the 200m in 23.35 ahead of Barbados’ Sada Williams, 23.36 and the 100m in 11.55.

Nigerian Kalu Stephanie, 11.70 and Samantha Henry-Robinson of Jamaica, 11.73, were the second and third best place finishers.

Wallace Spearmon, who said he was running his last race of 2017, ran away with the men’s 200m in 20.98.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Lalonde Gordon, 21.02, and YanCarlos Martinez of Dominican Republic, 21.12secs, were second and third respectively.

Jamaican Oshane Bailey topped the men’s 100m in 10.59 ahead of his compatriot Ryan Shields, 10.63 and Harold Houston of Bermuda, 10.68.

Jeff Julmis of Haiti won the men’s 110m hurdles in 13.83, just edging out Jamaican Deuce Carter, 13.84.

Winston George of Guyana won the men’s 400m in a record 45.60. He beat Americans Brycen Spratling, 46.08 and Dontavius Wright, 46.31.

Ryan Sanchez of Puerto Rico ran 1:47.80 to beat Barbados’ Anthonio Mascoll, 1:47.82 and American Christian Harrison, 1:49.37 in the men’s 800m.

Ryan Sanchez of Puerto Rico ran 1:47.80 to beat Barbados’ Anthonio Mascoll, 1:47.82 and American Christian Harrison, 1:49.37 in the men’s 800m.
The men’s 3000m steeplechase went to Donald Cowart in 8:5

Jamaican Saniel Atkinson-Grier and American Tynita Butts both cleared 1.83m, beating the previous meet record.

Michael Hartfield of USA was also in record mood with 8.21m to take the top spot in the men’s long jump over homeboy Tyrone Smith 8.06m.

 

By: TrackAlerts.com

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