Allyson Felix, the 2012 Olympic champion, won the 200m in a new PB at the American Track League #4 meeting in Fayetteville Arkansas on Sunday (21).
The 35-year-old, Felix dominated the 200m dash clocking 22.59 seconds to set a new personal best and the world indoor masters (W35) record. Jasmine Camacho-Quinn was second in a new PB of 22.91.
30 minutes earlier Felix took 2nd place in the 60m dash final with 7.28 seconds.
“The 200m is one of my favourite races, so I just wanted to have some fun. We’re still working hard; the big goal is much later this year.” said Felix.
The other highlight came from the men's 200m where Jaylen Slade broke Noah Lyles the US highschool indoor record with 20.60 seconds.
Elsewhere, Jamaica's Danielle Williams won the 60m hurdles final with 7.86 seconds equalling her personal best. Michael Dickson (USA) set a new PB of 7.53 to win the men's 60m hurdles final.
Kenya's Michael Saruni comfortably won the men's 800m with 1:45.34, the 7th fastest time indoors this year.
Heather Maclean (USA) held off Ireland's Siofra Cleirigh Buttner to win the women's 800m in a new PB of 2:00.53. Buttner was second in a new Irish record of 2:00.58.
Women's 200m video
Men's 200m video