The Bahamian clocked a huge 100m personal best World lead time of 10.98s (W+1.4) to win the women's 100m in Clermont. She beat Tamari Davis who set a World U20 Lead of 11.15.
Noah Lyles (USA) won the men's 100m final in 9.93 (W+2.3) beating Canada's Andre De Grasse 9.97 (+2.3) into 2nd place. Trayvon Bromell who won heat 2 in a new season's best of 9.90 (W+1.4) did not run the final.
Jamaica's Akeem Bloomfield clocked a new World lead in the 400m of 45.07.
Women's 100m final video
Men's 100m heat 2 Trayvon Bromell 9.90
Men's 100m Final