Elaine Thomson

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3rd Jamaica 6(4 gold, 2 bronze)

gold-Usain Bolt-men’s 100m, Elaine Thompson-women’s 100m/200m, Omar McLeod-men’s 110m hurdles

bronze-Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce-women’s 100m, Shericka Jackson-women’s 400m

12th Bahamas 1 (1 gold)

gold-Shaunae Miller-women’s 400m

18th  Grenada 1(1 silver)

silver-Kirani James-men’s 400m

Points standings

(Based on top eight finishes)

3rd Jamaica -30 points

Gold:Usain Bolt-men’s 100m, Elaine Thompson-women’s 100m/200m, Omar McLeod-men’s 110m hurdles

Bronze: Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Shericka Jackson-women’s 400m

Fourth: Yohan Blake-men’s 400m

Sixth-Shericka Jackson-women’s 400m

Seventh:Kimberly Williams-women’s triple jump,

Eighth-Christania Williams-women’s 100m

15th-Trinidad and Tobago -13points

Fourth: Machel Cedenio-men’s 400m

Sixth: Michelle-Lee Ahye-women’s 100m/200m

Seventh: Cleoptra Borel-women’s shot put

15th Bahamas 15points

Gold-Shaunae Miller-women’s 400m

6th-Pedrya Seymour-women’s 100m hurdles

7th-Donald Thomas-men’s high jump

22nd-Grenada-9 points

Silver: Kirani James-men’s 400m

Seventh: Bralon Taplin-men’s 400m

50th-Guyana-2 points

Seventh-Troy Doris-men’s triple jump

Morning results

 Men’s Decathlon-100m

12th-Lindon Victor (GRN) 10.83 (7h4) 899 points , 19th-Kurt Felix (GRN) 10.93 (1h1) 876 points

Points Standings

12th Lindon Felix GRN) 899 points, 19th-Kurt Felix (GRN) 876 points

Men’s 500m-Heats

(First 5 in each heat and next 5 fastest times advance to the FINALS)

Did not qualify for the Finals

25th-Kemoy Campbell (JAM) 13:30.32 (10h1)

Men’s Decathlon-Long jump

13th-Kurt Felix (GRN) 7.42 (X. 7.42, X) 915 points

22nd-Lindon Victor (GRN) 7.11 (7.11, 6.90, 6.84) 840 points

Points Standings 

11th-Kurt Felix (GRN) 1791

18th-Kurt Felix (GRN)  1739

Women’s 800m-Heats

(First 2i n each heat and next 8 fastest times advance to the SEMIFINALS)

Did not qualify for the Finals

25th-Natoya Goule (JAM) 2:00.49 (3h8)

42nd-Simoya Campbell (JAM) 2:02.97 (7h6)

52nd-Kenia St. Clair (JAM) 2:03.76 (7h7)

Men’s Decathlon-Shot put

8th—Lindon Victor (GRN) 14.80 (X, X, 14.77)  777 points

9th—Kurt Felix (GRN) 14.77 (14.13, 14.77, 14.55) 776 points

Points Standings

8th-Kurt Felix (GRN) 2567 points

14th-Lindon Victor (GRN) 2516 points

Afternoon RESULTS

 Men’s Decathlon-High jump

8th-Kurt Felix (GRN) 2.07 (868 points)

19th-Lindon Victor (GRN) 1.98 (785 points)

Points Standings

8th--Kurt Felix (GRN) 3435 points

15th-Lindon Victor (GRN) 3301 points

Women’s 100m Hurdles-Semifinals

(First 2 in each heat and the next 2 times fastest to FINALS later in the evening)

Qualify for the Finals

3rd-Pedrya Seymour (BAH) 12.64 NR (2h1)

Did not qualify for the Finals

9th-Shermaine Williams (JAM) 12.86 SB (5h1), 14th–Megan Simmonds (JAM) 12.95 (5h3),  19th-Nickiesha Wilson (JAM) 13.14 (7h2)

Heat Three-lane 7

Men’s Decathlon-400m

16th-Kurt Felix (GRN) 49.14 (855 points)

20th-Lindon Victor (GRN) 49.70 (824 (points)

Points standings

8th-Kurt Felix (GRN) 4290 points

18th-Lindon Victor (GRN) 4125 points

Men’s Javelin-Qualifying

Group B

83.00m or at least 12 best performers to FINALS)

Qualify for the Finals

1st-Keshorn Walcott (TTO) 88.68SB (1st-Group B)

Men’s 200m –Semifinals

(First 2 in each heat and the next 2 times fastest to FINALS)

Qualify for the Finals

1st-Usain Bolt (JAM) 19.78 SB (1h2)

Did not qualify for the Finals

13th-Nickel Ashmeade (JAM) 20.31 (4h1), 14th-Rondell Sorillo (TTO) 20.33 (5h1), 16th-Yohan Blake (JAM) 20.37 (6h3)

Women’s 200m –Finals

1st-Elaine Thompson (JAM) 21.78SB, lane 7-Michelle-Lee Ahye (TTO) 22.34

10:55pm Women’s 100m Hurdles-Finals

6th-Pedrya Seymour (BAH)  12.76

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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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