Edwin Moses Classic - Chrisann Gordon wins at Jamaica trials
Chrisann Gordon wins at LSU Alumni Gold

World record holder Keni Harrison clocked World leading 12.47 (0.0m/s) at Saturday’s Meeting International Région Guadeloupe in Baie Mahault, Guadeloupe.

Jamaica’s 2015 World champion Danielle Williams was second in 12.70, her second fastest time this season.

Jamaican Chrisann Gordon won the 400m in 50.66 ahead of reigning World champion Phylis Francis 50.86.

Olympic games triple jump fourth placer Keturah Orji this time won the long jump with 6.80m (+1.1m/s) and beat the top star of the event Brittney Reese 6.73m (twice) and Chanice Porter from Jamaica, also 6.73m with World leader Chantel Malone fifth 649.

Briton Jodie Williams got the 200m in 22.92 (+0.3m/s) and Raevyn Rogers the 800m in 2:00.67.

European champion Zharnel Hughes posted 10.03 (-0.9m/s) in the 100m to beat Bryce Robinson 10.18.
French holder of World U20 record Wilhelm Belocian won the 110m hurdles in 13.35 (-0.1m/s), his fastest time since 2016, to edge out Shane Brathwaite from Barbados 13.36.

Favourite at 400m hurdles Kyron McMaster lost to Byron Robinson. Both recorded in 49.37s.

American Will Claye opened with 17.40m (0.0m/s) in the triple jump, his first competition since May 2018.

Guyana’s Emanuel Archibald achieved 7.96m in the long jump.


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