By Vijay, writer 

TORTOLA, BVI – Anastasia Le-Roy, Jermaine Brown, Adam Harris and Allison Peters were Caribbean winners at Saturday’s 2nd Annual BVI Twilight Invitational here in British Virgin Islands.

Brown, a member of Jamaica’s world record-breaking 4×2 team in Bahamas last month, topped the men’s 200m in 20.46secs. United States' Sean McLean was second in 20.49 and Rolando Palacios, third in 20.69. Brijesh Lawrence of St. Kitts and Nevis finished 4th in 20.71secs

Le-Roy of Jamaica got her victory in the women’s 400m. She crossed the finish line in 51.62 to beat Kineke Alexander of St. Vincent 51.78. Bahamas' former World and Youth 400m champion Shaunae Miller, a 200m finalist at last year’s senior World Championships, finished third in 52.60.

Peters won the women’s 200m in 23.41 ahead of Alexander 23.55 and Jade Bailey of Barbados 23.62.

Harris ran into a negative 1.3m/s wind to win the men’s 100m in 10.23 ahead of Lawrence 10.38 and Ivory Williams of USA 10.49secs.

In the men’s 400m, USA’s Torrington Lawrence upstaged the Caribbean men – Tabarie Henry of USVI (45.75) and Bahamian Chris Brown (45.77) to win in 45.45.


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