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Knighton breaks 10″ 00 in 100 (with a pinch of wind) – Canada’s devastating 4×100

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Gainesville – More results are coming Florida Relays Gainesville, Florida.

+2.1 with wind, Erion Knighton Has already proven to be in stratospheric conditions: 9.98, first time under 10″00 in his career: if routine, it would have been his third U20 time since 9.91. Letzile Tepoko and 9.97 Trayvon BromellAnd one percent better than the new jam event Bouwahjgie Nkrumie, 9.99 a few hours ago in Kingston. Ninth junior in history to run under 10″00 in the wind (remember Bromell’s supernatural 9.77 at Lubbock in 2014).

We find Gainesville second in the race Jelani Walker With 10.01, later Joseph Fanbulle 10.04, with Andrew Hudson 10.05.

A sensational finish with Canada in the men’s 4×100 Andre DeGrasse Immediately worst: 37.80 with Aaron Brown, Jerome Blake, Brandon Rodney and De Grasse. As then in training. Elite’s improved quartet (components currently unknown), placed second at 38.18. 38.61 for the third quartet at the finish line, improved by Empire Athletics. In short, the science of forex is not always so basic. The college race at Alabama State is 39.43.

In the women’s 4×100, we see Empire Athletics’ best of 42.01, a quadrica of pro athletes she should have run. Sha’Kari Richardson And Gabby Scott.

Raj BenjaminStrongest loser in 400hs history, 400m debut in 2023: 44.94 sub-45″00, followed by other pros. Quincy Hall 45.36 and Canadian runner Aaron Brown with an impressive 45.84. He won the NCAA 400 race Rahim Hailes (North Carolina A&T) 45.47, followed Judson Loncon IV (Virginia Tech) 45.66e Shemars Chambers (North Carolina A&T continues tradition of quartermilers after Randolph Ross era);

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In the collegiate women’s 400, the shot was 50.71 in Jeremiah Arnold (Texas A&M) following her college friend Tierra Robinson-Jones 50.90. Third Gia Holman (Michigan) with 51.21. 51.24 in the “pro” race Gabby Scott On that day Cherokee Young 51.31.

Women’s 100m Shot Put Talitha Dix (Florida) with 10.92 but driven by a monsoon from +4.1, ahead of Samira Moody (USC) 10.99, Kinney Flannel 11.10 and Jayla Jamison (South Carolina) 11.11. 10.83 of the event is sensational Tamari Davis In pro racing, but with 5.2 wind gusts, ahead Courtney Johnson 11.13 and Shannon Ray 11.20.

With a steady wind of +3.0 Robert Dunning Hitting the finish line in 13.14. It would have been WL, but erratic performance. Second Omodade Ojora (USC) with 13.35, then Jahim Stern (Hampton) 1.40 pm and Justin Leiston (Charlotte) 13.43. 8 athletes under 13.60, so very high level. In the same 13.33 batteries Dunning with +1.5. In the women’s 100h, typical wind +1.8, best 12.75 Rainia Jones (UCF) (air in battery after 12.76), then Grace Stark (Florida) 12.83.

Men’s 800, 1.46.94 each John Lewis And after yesterday’s WL at 400hs, multiplier Anna Mandapam He crossed 800 in 2.03.23 to win Emily Richards2.03.32.

Anna Mandapam He won the high jump with 1.89 points. Alida Van Dalen (Florida) weight 17.94, men’s weight 20.05 Alexander Golznikoff (Harvard).


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