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Men’s Triple jumpqualifying

(16.95m or at least 12 best advance to FINALS)

Qualified for Finals

6th-Troy Doris (GUY) 16.81 (16.51, 16.58, 16.81), 4th-Group A

Did not qualify for Finals

18th-Leevan Sands (BAH) 16.53 (16.47, x, 16.53), 10th-Group A

33rd-Clive Pullen (JAM) 16.08 (x, x, 16.08), 17th-Group A

no mark-Muhammad Hlim (ISV) (x, x, x) Group A

no mark-Yordanys Duranona (DMA) (x, x, x) Group A

no mark-Latario Collie-Minns (BAH) (x, x, x) Group A

Women’s 200mHeats 

(First 2 in each heat and next 6  fastest advance to SEMIFINALS)

Qualified for Semifinals

4th Michelle-Lee Ahye (TTO) 22.50 (4h1), 9th Elaine Thompson (JAM) 22.63 (2h4), 16th Simone Facey (JAM) 22.78 (2h3)/Semoy Hackett (TTO) 22.78 (2h9), 23rd Tynia Gaither (BAH) 22.90 (3h2)

Did not qualify for Semifinals

26th-Anthonique Strachan (BAH) 22.96 (3h9), 27th Veronica Campbell-Brown (JAM) 22.97 (3h9)/Reyare Thomas (TTO) 22.97 (5h1), 46th Lavern Jones-Farrette (ISV) 23.35 (6h7), 56th Ashley Kelly (IVB) 23.61 (5h9), 57th Tameka Williams (SKN) 23.61 (6h9), 58th Sheniqua Ferguson (BAH) 23.65 (8h7), 59th Brenessa Thompson (GUY) 23.65 (7h8)

Women’s 3000m SteeplechaseFinals

14th-Aisha Praught (JAM) 9:34.20

Men’s 400m HurdlesHeats

(First 3 in each heat and the next 6 fastest advance to SEMIFINALS)

Qualified for Semifinals

1st--Annsert Whyte (JAM) 48.37 pb (1h5), 5th-Roxroy Cato (JAM) 48.56 (4h3), 18th Jaheel Hyde (JAM) 49.24

Did not qualify for Semifinals

34th-Jehue Gordon (TTO) 49.98 sb, 45th-Jeffrey Gibson (BAH) 52.77

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Clayton Clarke is a freelance track and field journalist since 2005. He is a former athlete and an IAAF Level III coach (Sprints & Hurdles). He has been a writer with Track Alerts since its inception in 2009. He worked with several media houses (radio, tv, newspaper, website) in Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, St. Kitts Nevis and the Bahamas. The Tobago native has covered the Carifta Games since 2005, the 2010 Commonwealth Games, 2011 World Athletic Championships and numerous local and regional track and field events.. Though track and field is his passion and main interest, he has served as media liaison with numerous sporting bodies in T&T and in particular in Tobago, namely cycling, chess, football, beach soccer, taekwondo, rugby, swimming, tennis and beach volleyball.


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