Jamaicans Natasha Morrison and Rasheed Broadbell were winners at Tuesday’s (24 Aug) Hungarian Grand Prix, a World Athletics Continental Tour Bronze meeting.
Broadbell, the leading Jamaican sprint hurdler up to June but missed the Olympic Trials with injury, won the event in 13.58 seconds. He beat Milan Trajkovic, 13.66, and Antonio Alkana, 13.81, for the top spot.
Morrison’s victory came in the women’s 100m dash. She crossed in 11.00 seconds to win ahead of Daryll Miss of Great Britain, 11.07 and English Gardner of USA, 11.09.
Trinidad and Tobago Michelle-Lee Ahye finished fourth in 11.16.
Morrison was a member of Jamaica’s 4x100m winning team at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. She ran in the semi-final round.
Jamaicans Julian Forte and Nigel Ellis ran identical 10.20 for third and fourth in the men’s 100m. Elijah Hall of the USA won in 10.04 ahead of his compatriot Marvin Bracy, 10.05.
Hall returned to take the men’s 200m in 20.11 ahead of Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake of Great Britain, 20.66.
USA’s Gabriele Cummingham won the women’s 100m hurdles in 12.78 ahead of Klaudia Siciarz of Poland, 12.87.
The full results for the Hungarian Grand Prix is here at this link