Edwin Moses Classic - Shafiqua Maloney
Shafiqua Maloney

Shafiqua Maloney won the women’s 800m while Kevon Davis and Julien Alfred finished out of the top six at the Tyson Invitational on Saturday.

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Shafiqua Maloney … Finished sixth in the 800m at the SEC Indoor Championships in 2020 with a career-best time of 2:08.19, which improved her national record for St. Vincent

Arkansas’ Maloney, who is from St. Vincent, topped the women’s 800m in a new St. Vincent and Grenadines record of 2:04.65. Maloney beat her own record of 2:05.52 set three weeks ago.

Maloney’s splits in the victory included 30.53, 31.69 [1:02.22], 31.67 [1:33.89], 30.76.

Maloney nearly won by a full second over Florida’s Gabrielle Wilkinson (2:05.57) and Valery Tobias of Texas (2:05.65). Razorback Kennedy Thomson (2:09.74) finished ninth.

Jamaican Sanique Walker finished 17th in 2:20.16.

Davis, who took third in her heat with 23.47, ended eighth overall. Davis’ Texas Longhorn teammate, Sy. Lucian Julien Alfred was second in heat six with 23.53 and 11th overall.

Jamaicans Stacey-Ann Williams, Texas Longhorn athlete, was 15th in 23.66 while Kemba Nelson, representing Oregon, did not start.

Kynnedy Flannel, another Longhorn sprinter, won the event in 22.73 ahead of head two winner Tamara Clark of Alabama 22.89.

Former Wolmer’s athlete Xavier Nairne, attending Oregon, was eighth overall in the men’s 200. Phillip Lemonious of Arkansas was 16th in 21.51.

Terrance Laird of LSU ran 20.41 to beat Joseph Fahnbulleh of Florida at 20.42.

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  1. Running indoor is a whole different ball game than running outdoor, and some athletes never get use to it. Kevona will be just fine. She is a diamond in the ruff

    • From Day one, my personal view Kevona s such a Special Talent shouldn’t be running up and down for college, for. What ? But Training an preparing for. Future Olympics.22.72 at age 16. Qualification Time. College do interesting in That.its reward on their investment in her they want. The Sport Minister in Jamaica should assigned a specialist to her.

  2. For those that has never been a part of a track team to have first hand experiences to understand that these things happens.
    Females have metabolical processes that sometimes drains their entire energy and they just cannot perform to please the keyboard warriors.
    Please let us support our young female athletes, they have it harder to cope as their body changes.

  3. Everyone talking about loser Kevona Davis and no one talking about the St. Vincent female who did try well to win and set a new National Record for her country.

    Jamaicans are so selfish.

    • Jealous much Mark…As Jamaicans we embrace our own and we will always speak about them. If u wanna call that selfish that’s your prerogative for us it’s love for our fellow countrymen n women..I hope u r not from St. Vincent as u did not even know the name of the Athlete ‘Miller’. A real Caribbean National would embrace n support all Caribbean athletes, we never refer to young upcoming athletes as losers.


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