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Jamaican Shanice Love won the College Women’s Discus Throw Championship at Penn Relays on Friday (26 April).

Love, who previously attended Excelsior, threw 56.10m to take the victory for Florida State University (LSU). Isheka Binns of UWI Mona was second with 55.92m.
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Gayanese Natricia Hooper, representing Essex CC, won the College Women’s Triple Jump Championship with 13.34m.

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