Kevona Davis impresses on grass at STETHS
Kevona Davis

Kevona Davis launched her 2020 season in impressive style at today, 25 January STETHS Invitational in Santa Cruz, St. Elizabeth.

Davis, who opted for the 200m on grass, stopped the clock in 22.86 seconds to take the Class 1 girls’ event. Davis shot it down in the last 40 meters, signalling she is ready for the big season, which includes the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

Selisa Palmer, also of Edwin Allen, was the second-fastest on the day with 23.92. Alliyah Francis of Rusea’s finished third in 23.96.

In the Class 2 event, Edwin Allen took the top three spots. Brandy Hall, 23.52 won ahead of Tia Clayton, 23.91. Salieci Myles finished third in 24.46.

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  1. @Martin Phaye guess she meant at the professional level because she’s been competing for Jamaican at the youth level some time now. If am not mistaken I think she won a bronze at the wold juniors as well.

  2. @Lavern Mills she did represent jamaica at carifta where she actually won and she also represented Jamaica at the youth games where she sustained that injury

  3. @Lavern Mills everyone before her went the same route , Otty , VCB , Shelly ect. Why do we want to rush these young athletes , let them enjoy their youth just like everone else.

  4. Waiting on her to compete for Ja. She has nothing to gain by competing against her High School counterparts. She needs to be challenged.

  5. Father god keep her injuries free I wanted to see her on the big stage so that one more mother/ father can be proud/ families/friends/us as a country be jumping for joy

  6. 22.86 on grass 5 months before Olympic trials. Hope it’s not a case of too fast too soon. Either bad timing by coach or she on target to run sub 22 at thec.Olympics

  7. You need to boo dat ugly thing on you body call face, damn ugly ass, Kevona is doing just fine, people like unu give Jamaican bad name. Brianna chose to go pro and i love her for that. Kevona choose to continue run as high school athlete and I love her for that. Do you know that Shelly ann, Elaine and Veronica were all high school runners and wait to go pro? So shut de F up with you ugly ass.

  8. No need to tear down a talent because u have nothing to gain from it what is ur talent. Take your unhappy self somewhere else and leave the CHILD alone

  9. @Suzette Wright People are acting like only one can be great. Brianna and Kevona can both be stars, in fact they are.

  10. Of course she’s back School champs is in March no surprise for me.. plz BOO that Is her Olympic ??‍♀️plz???????? …..,,,,…,Brianna to the world


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