Fred Kerley was on fire at Saturday’s (16 April) USATF Golden Games inside Hilmer Lodge’s Stadium in Walnut, California, USA.
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The Tokyo 2022 Olympic Games 100m bronze medallist, Fred Kerley, beat fellow American Michael Norman on the line – 19.80 to 19.83 to win the men’s 200m.
Micah Williams won the men’s 100m, running 9.83 to beat fellow American Brandon Carnes, 9.93. The wind reading was +2.5m/s.
Williams ran 9.96 (+3.1m/s wind) in the prelims.
United States’ Twanisha Terry won the women’s 100m dash in 10.77 ahead of compatriots Aleia Hobbs, 10.80 and Gabby Thomas, 10.86 (+3.3m/s).
Briana Williams finished 5th in the final with 10.97. She won her heat in 10.91 (+3.0m/s).
Elaine Thompson-Herah won her heat in 10.89 (+1.6m/s) but skipped the final.
Gabby Thomas topped the women’s 200m in 22.02 (+1.9m/s) ahead of Brittany Brown, 22.29.
Raven Rogers of the USA took the women’s 800m in 1:58.77, and Tonea Marshall, also of the United States, won the 100m hurdles in 12.46.
Jamaican Danniel Thomas-Dodd was the women’s shot put winner with 18.92m.
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