Jasmine Camacho-Quinn clocked one of the fastest ever 100m hurdles times in all conditions, Tara Davis-Woodhall won an exciting long jump clash and Steven Gardiner continued his comeback with a win at a blustery USATF Bermuda Grand Prix in Devonshire on Sunday (21).
Athletes battled their rivals and the windy conditions at the fifth World Athletics Continental Tour Gold meeting of the season.
In the 100m hurdles, Puerto Rico’s Olympic champion Camacho-Quinn followed her win at the Doha Diamond League by blazing to the third-fastest ever time in the event recorded in all conditions. She crossed the finish line in a wind-assisted 12.17 (3.5m/s) and only Nigeria’s Tobi Amusan – with her world record of 12.12 and the wind-assisted 12.06 she clocked to win the world title in Oregon – has ever gone faster.
SOURCE: WORLD ATHLETICS