Julien Alfred beat Kevona Davis in the women’s 60m at Saturday’s Charlie Thomas Invitational at Bryan In College Station, Texas.
St. Lucian Alfred, representing the University of Texas, stormed to victory in 7.17, beating her teammate Kennedy Flannell, 7.23.
Jamaican Davis, representing University of Texas, finished fourth in 7.34.
Earlier in the prelims, Alfred ran 7.15 while Davis did 7.37.
Charokee Young, who attended Hydel in Jamaica, ran a personal best 51.93 for second in the women’s 400m, won by her Texas A&M teammate Athing Mu in 50.52
University of Texas’ Chanel Brissett, a 2019 Pan American Games Silver Medallist, won the women’s 60m hurdles in 8.10. She beat LSU’s Milan Young, 8.14.
LSU’s Noah Williams won the men’s 400m in 45.47 ahead of his teammate Sean Burrell, 45.57.
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