good win for Rasheem Brown in the us
Rasheem Brown

Rasheem Brown and Jeff Demps were winners at the Camel City Invitational in Winston-Salem, North Carolina on the weekend (7-8 Feb).

Brown of the Cayman Islands won the men’s 60m hurdles in 7.78 ahead of Javon Graham 7.88.

Demps, once a top American sprinter, won the men’s 60m dash in 6.71 (6.70 1h3) ahead of Hakim Montgomery 6.77

Clayton Murphy ran 1.47.59 to take the top spot in the men’s 800m.

Kayla Davis won the women’s 400m in 54.64.

Raevyn Rogers ran 2.03.15 to beat Lindsey Butterworth (CAN) 2.03.25 in the women’s 800m.

Jenny Simpson, 8.51.49 came out on top in the women’s 3,000m.

Erika Kinsey (SWE), 1.92 in the women’s high jump over Aliyah Whisby 6.20 in the women’s long jump.

At the Gamecock Invitational in Columbia, South Carolina, Arinze Chance of Guyana ran 46.93 for fourth in the men’s 400m. Myles Prongle won the event in 46.36.

Andrea Foster, also of Guyana, ran 55.35 in the women’s 400m. She was 6th overall behind winner NaAsha Robinson 52.94.

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