American sprint star Sha'Carri Richardson produced an exceptionally fast season opener on Saturday at the 2023 Miramar Invitational in South Florida. Competing in her first individual 100m race this year, Richardson posted 10.75 (+2.8 wind) in her semi-final. Richardson obliterated the women's 100m final, clocking the fourth-fastest time in history in all conditions of 10.57 (+4.1m/s tailwind). Behind her, Twanisha Terry clocked 10.83 for second place, while Cambrea Sturgis also went under 11 seconds, winning the final 2 with 10.98 (+3.2m/s).
Jamaican Oblique Seville won a wind-aided (+2.2) men's 100m second in 9.91 (2.2m/s) ahead of his compatriot Ackeem Blake (9.93), Canada's Aaron Brown (9.97) and USA's Ronnie Baker (9.98).
Amercians Christian Coleman and Abby Steiner produced the fastest 200m this year in the World. Coleman edged the World U20 record-holder Letsile Tebogo by 0.003 seconds to win the men's 200m in 20.00 (1.9m/s). Olympic and world silver medallist Kenny Bednarek took third in 20.37. Steiner prevailed in her first 200m this year, clocking a World-leading 22.23 (1.8m/s). Tamari Davis set a new lifetime best of 22.31 to take second place.
Men's 200m Race Video
Women's 200m Race Video