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• Results: 2018 Jamaica International Invitational (IAAF World Challenge)

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 Results: 2018 Jamaica International Invitational (IAAF World Challenge) - Saturday, May 20.

Men's Results

100m Wind +2.0

1 Baker, Ronnie               	USA	10.00
2 Rodgers, Mike               	USA	10.04
3 Tracey, Tyquendo             	JAM	10.14
4 Bailey, Oshane               	JAM	10.28
5 Carter, Nesta                	JAM	10.35
6 Collins, Kim                 	SKN	10.37
7 Fisher, Andrew                BRN	10.45
Callendar, Emanuel           	TRI	FS


200m Wind 0.0

1 Christopher Taylor 	        JAM 	20.49 	
2 LaShawn Merritt 	        USA  	20.70 	
3 Anaso Jobodwana 	        RSA  	20.70 	
4 Marqueze Washington 	        USA  	20.82 	
5 Chadic Hinds 		        JAM  	20.93 	
6 Alex Wilson 		        SUI  	20.95 	
Kenroy Anderson 	        JAM  	DNS 	
Jermaine Brown 		        JAM  	DNS


400m

1 Gaye, Demish                 JAM	45.08
2 Francis, Javon               JAM	45.35
3 Taplin, Bralon               GRN	45.41
4 Hudson-Smith, Matthew        GBR	45.70
5 Cherry, Michael              USA	46.20
6 McDonald, Rusheen            JAM	46.80
7 Gayle, Jermaine              JAM	46.88
8 Borlee, Dylan                BEL	47.32	


800m

1 Ryan Sánchez 		        PUR	1:46.60
2 Wesley Vazquez 	        PUR  	1:46.77
3 Andrés Arroyo 		PUR  	1:47.34
4 Strymar Livingston 	        JAM  	1:47.90
5 Casimir Loxsom 		USA  	1:48.97
6 Eric McKenzie 		JAM  	1:49.33
7 Jauavney James 		JAM  	1:49.57
8 Daniel Glave                  JAM  	1:55.46
Jo-Wayne Hibbert 	        JAM  	DNF
	
3000m

1 Alfredo Santana 	        PUR  	8:01.52
2 Dylan Blankenbaker 	        USA  	8:02.41
3 Kemoy Campbell 		JAM  	8:07.14
4 Donald Cowart 		USA  	8:12.33
5 Avery Martin 		        USA  	8:49.28
Dwayne Graham 		        JAM  	DNS

400m Hurdles

1 TJ Holmes 		        USA 	48.67 	
2 Shawn Rowe 		        JAM  	49.12 	
3 Kerron Clement 		USA  	49.37 	
4 Andre Clarke 		        JAM  	49.50 	
5 Jaheel Hyde 		        JAM  	49.60 	
6 Annsert Whyte 		JAM  	49.78 	
7 Ricardo Cunningham 	        JAM  	50.81 	
8 Javier Culson 		PUR  	1:17.49 	

High Jump

1 Wilson, Jamal               	BAH 	2.28m
2 Barry, Trevor               	BAH 	2.25m
3 Thomas, Donald              	BAH 	J2.25m
4 Harris, James               	USA 	2.22m
5 Landon, Kyle                	USA 	2.19m
6 McBride, Bryan              	USA 	2.14m
7 Jones, Avion                	USA 	J2.14m
8 Wilson, Lushane             	JAM 	J2.14m


Triple Jump

1 Craddock, Omar              	USA    16.59m   1.0
2 Scott, Donald               	USA    16.52m   0.8
3 Van Assen, Miguel           	SUR    16.44m   1.1
4 Oneil, Matthew              	USA    16.43m   0.7
5 Pullen, Clive               	JAM    16.06m   0.5
6 Thompson, Shawn-D           	JAM    15.41m  -0.1
7 Brown, Ryan                 	JAM    15.26m  -0.7


Women's Results

100m Wind -0.3

1 Thompson, Elaine             	JAM 	11.06
2 Stewart, Kerron              	JAM 	11.25
3 Morrison, Natasha            	JAM	11.26
4 Williams, Christania         	JAM	11.35
5 Levy, Jura                   	JAM	11.38
6 Bartoletta, Tianna           	USA	11.43
7 Evans, Gayon                 	JAM 	11.44
8 Nanda, Srabani               	USA	11.70


200m Wind +0.4

1 Shericka Jackson 		JAM     22.55 	
2 Blessing Okagbare-Ighoteguonor NGR    22.66 	
3 Phyllis Francis 		USA     22.76 	
4 Kyra Jefferson 		USA     22.86 	
5 Candyce McGrone 		USA     23.14 	
6 Kimberlyn Duncan 		USA     23.15 	
7 Sherone Simpson 		JAM     23.31 	
8 Simone Facey 			JAM     23.87 	


400m

1 Beard, Jessica              	USA     50.52
2 Stepter, Jaide              	USA	50.72
3 McPherson, Stephanie Ann     	JAM	50.82
4 Gordon, Chrisan              	JAM	51.23
5 Day, Christine               	JAM	52.24
6 James, Tiffany               	JAM	52.81
7 Williams, Jodean             	JAM	53.55
8 Bromfield, Junelle           	JAM	54.01

1500m

1 Stephanie Brown 	        USA  	4:12.81
2 Rachel Schneider 	        USA  	4:13.39
3 Marta Pen Freitas 	        POR  	4:16.09
4 Lauren Johnson 		USA  	4:16.14
5 Emily Lipari 		        USA  	4:16.58
6 Angel Piccirillo 	        USA  	4:16.62


100m Hurdles Wind -0.3m/s

1 Jasmin Stowers 	 	USA 	12.83 	
2 Kori Carter 	 	        USA 	12.87 	
3 Kristi Castlin 	 	USA 	13.09 	
4 Shimayra Williams 	        JAM 	13.14 	
5 Nickiesha Wilson 	        JAM 	13.18 	
6 Andrea Carolina Vargas 	CRC 	13.28 	
7 Megan Tapper 		        JAM 	13.38 	
Yanique Thompson 	        JAM 	DNF 	
	
400m Hurdles

1 Janieve Russell 		JAM 	54.26 	
2 Ashley Spencer 		USA 	55.23 	
3 Leah Nugent 			JAM  	55.37 	
4 Rushell Clayton 		JAM  	55.50 	
5 Sparkle McKnight 		TTO  	55.60 	
6 Ristananna Tracey 		JAM  	56.38 	
7 Nikita Tracey 		JAM  	56.60 	
8 Danielle Dowie 		JAM  	57.41 	

Long jump

1 Ese Brume 			NGR 	6.82 	+0.2
2 Shakeelah Saunders 		USA 	6.65 	+0.1
3 Tissanna Hickling 		JAM 	6.60 	+0.1
4 Lorraine Ugen 		GBR 	6.57 	-0.2
5 Christabel Nettey 		CAN 	6.54 	+0.7
6 Tianna Bartoletta 		USA 	6.51 	-0.3
7 Chanice Porter 		JAM 	6.44 	+0.1
8 Jasmine Todd 		        USA 	6.26 	-


Hammer Throw

1 DeAnna Price 			USA 	76.27
2 Gwen Berry 			USA  	71.32
3 Amanda Bingson 		USA  	69.89
4 Réka Gyurátz 			HUN  	69.65
5 Jeneva Stevens 		USA  	69.6
6 Nikola Lomnicka 	        SVK  	63.04
7 Jessica Ramsey 		USA  	56.85

Shopt Put

1 Jeneva Stevens 		USA	18.17
2 Danniel Thomas-Dodd 		JAM 	17.96
3 Daniella Hill 		USA  	17.69
4 Cleopatra Borel 		TTO  	17.55
5 Brittany Crew 		CAN  	16.92
6 Jessica Ramsey 		USA  	16.45
7 Gwen Berry 			USA  	14.28
8 Amanda Bingson 		USA  	12.17




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