Briana Williams, competing in her fifth indoor meet and first at the NYRR Millrose Games, registered a personal best 7.18 seconds to clinch third in the women’s 60m on Saturday (8 Feb).

The World U20 sprint double champion got a flying start, going stride for stride with American Javianne Oliver for 40m before losing her form towards the end.

Oliver capitalized bursting the tape in a season’s best 7.13 seconds ahead of her fast-finishing teammate Morolake Akinosun (7.16).

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