Britany Anderson and Megan Tapper produced a season’s best times to book their Jamaica Trials women’s 100m hurdles final spot, set for Sunday (26 June) at the National Stadium in Kingston.
Anderson ran a very smooth and controlled race, despite being put under early pressure from Danielle Williams. Anderson, however, pulled away to win comfortably in 12.45.
Williams trailed her across the line in 12.59. Shermaine Williams took the third automatic qualifying spot in 12.95.
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Earlier in semi-final one, Olympic Games bronze medallist Megan Tapper was quick out of the blocks and was unchallenged to cross the line in 12.60, a season’s best effort.
Demisha Roswell finished second to Tapper in 12.84 and Crystal Morrison third in 12.99.
1 Britany Anderson 21 TumbleWeed T N 12.45Q 0.6 2
2 Megan Tapper 27 Puma M 12.60Q 0.7 1
3 Danielle Williams 29 Trs M 12.59Q 0.6 2
4 Demisha Roswell 23 Texas Tech U M 12.84Q 0.7 1
5 Shermaine Williams 32 Unattached 12.95Q 0.6 2
6 Crystal Morrison 20 Legacy Athletics 12.99Q 0.7 1
7 Rosealee Cooper 22 Miss State Uni 13.06q 0.7 1
8 Trishauna Hemmings 24 Clemson University 13.13q 0.7 1
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