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IAAF World Challenge - Jamaica International Invitational May 3, 2014

Men 100m


1 Justin Gatlin USA 10.11


2 Andrew Fisher JAM 10.21


3 Nesta Carter JAM 10.22


4 Warren Weir JAM 10.30


5 Daniel Bailey ANT 10.35


6 Kemar Bailey-Cole JAM 10.35


7 Walter Dix USA 10.45


8 Martin Keller GER 10.78

B Race


1 Oshane Bailey JAM 10.40


2 Dexter Lee JAM 10.42


3 Kwisi McFarlane JAM 10.67


4 Nicholas Watson JAM 10.79


5 Adolphus Nevers JAM 11.39

200m


1 Rasheed Dwyer JAM 20.53


2 Curtis Mitchell USA 20.54


3 Jason Livermore JAM 20.55


4 Julian Forte JAM 20.61


5 Delanno Williams GBR 20.89


6 Julian Reus GER 20.94


7 Isiah Young USA 21.13

Men 400m


1 Luguelín Santos DOM 44.82


2 LaShawn Merritt USA 44.86


3 Youssef Al-Masrahi KSA 44.96


4 Tony McQuay USA 45.16


5 Rusheen McDonald JAM 45.29


6 Edino Steele JAM 45.92


7 Akino Ming JAM 46.26


8 Chumaine Fitten JAM 47.12

B Race


1 Faedian Royes JAM 46.85


2 Alvin Green JAM 47.11


3 Jowayne Hibbert JAM 47.35


4 Oral Thompson JAM 47.40


5 Denard Coote JAM 47.56



Riker Hylton JAM DNF

1500m Men


1 Will Leer USA 3:41.31

2 Ciaran O'Lionaird IRL 3:41.74

3 Chris O'Hare GBR 3:42.55

4 Andrew J. Acosta USA 3:44.14

5 Lamont Marshall BER 3:58.34

6 Linford Adams JAM 3:58.89

7 Kevin Campbell JAM 4:01.85

8 Damion Bent JAM 4:02.83

9 Ricardo Cunningham JAM 4:02.92

10 Dwayne Graham JAM 4:06.09

11 Ryan Lawrence JAM 4:09.63

12 Kirk Brown JAM 4:12.67

110m Hurdles


1 Hansle Parchment JAM 13.42


2 Ryan Wilson USA 13.45


3 Andrew Riley JAM 13.56


4 Andrew Turner GBR 13.92


5 Deuce Carter JAM 13.99


6 Stefan Fennell JAM 14.07


7 Richard Phillips JAM 14.11


8 Akeem Smith JAM 14.41

400m Hurdles 


1 Felix Sánchez DOM 49.21


2 Jehue Gordon TTO 49.32


3 Leford Green JAM 49.77


4 Isa Phillips JAM 49.89


5 Annsert Whyte JAM 50.09


6 Josef Robertson JAM 50.16


7 Rohan Gooden JAM 53.82

Long Jump


1 Will Claye USA 8.19
+2.1

2 Mike Hartfield USA 8.17
+2.7

3 Mikese Morse USA 8.08
+3.2

4 Chris Benard USA 7.95
+2.1

5 Damar Forbes JAM 7.93
+1.7

6 Nicholas Gordon JAM 7.78
+2.2

Shot Put


1 Christian Cantwell USA 21.85

2 O'Dayne Richards JAM 21.11

3 Kurt Roberts USA 21.07

4 Reese Hoffa USA 20.61

5 Cory Martin USA 20.22

6 Joe Kovacs USA 20.09

7 Raymond Brown JAM 18.31


Jordan Clarke USA NM

Women 100m


POS ATHLETE COUNTRY MARK

1 Blessing Okagbare NGR 11.19

2 Kerron Stewart JAM 11.32

3 Carrie Russell JAM 11.46

4 Schillonie Calvert JAM 11.47

5 Alexandria Anderson USA 11.47

6 Asha Philip GBR 11.48

7 English Gardner USA 11.50

8 Sheri-Ann Brooks JAM 11.68

Women 200m


POS ATHLETE COUNTRY MARK

1 Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce JAM 22.53

2 Kimberlyn Duncan USA 22.61

3 Jeneba Tarmoh USA 22.69

4 Anneisha McLaughlin JAM 22.72

5 Bianca Knight USA 23.03

6 Tiffany Townsend USA 23.19

7 Samantha Henry-Robinson JAM 23.53

Women 400m


POS ATHLETE COUNTRY MARK

1 Francena McCorory USA 50.24

2 Stephenie Ann McPherson JAM 50.58

3 Novlene Williams-Mills JAM 50.90

4 Kaliese Spencer JAM 51.22

5 Sanya Richards-Ross USA 51.62

6 Christine Day JAM 51.62

7 Patricia Hall JAM 52.48

Women 3000m


POS ATHLETE COUNTRY MARK

1 Amela Terzic SRB 9:41.12

2 Gabrielle Grunewald USA 9:42.88

3 Brittany Sheffey USA 9:45.92

4 Jackie Areson AUS 9:50.99

5 Danielle James JAM 11:04.81

6 Latrice McGan JAM 11:41.39

Women 100m Hurdles


POS ATHLETE COUNTRY MARK

1 Tiffany Porter GBR 12.92

2 Lavonne Idlette DOM 13.07

3 Shermaine Williams JAM 13.09

4 LaToya Greaves JAM 13.24

5 Andrea Bliss JAM 13.28

6 Megan Simmonds JAM 13.36

Women 400m Hurdles


1 Kori Carter USA 54.94


2 Ristananna Tracey JAM 55.12


3 Nickiesha Wilson JAM 55.61


4 Janieve Russell JAM 55.65


5 Shevon Stoddart JAM 55.87


6 Christine Spence USA 56.53


7 Rushell Clayton JAM 58.16


8 Sarah-Lynn Wells CAN 58.83

Women Pole Vault


1 Kylie Hutson USA 4.50

2 Mary Saxer USA 4.30

3 April Steiner Bennett USA 4.15

3 Katie Nageotte USA 4.15


Tori Pena IRL NM


Becky Holliday USA NM

Women Discus


1 Gia Lewis-Smallwood USA 59.96

2 Whitney Ashley USA 57.39

3 Liz Podominick USA 57.27

4 Stephanie Brown Trafton USA 56.70

5 Tarasue Barnett JAM 49.57

6 Shanice Brown JAM 47.70

7 Vanique Harris USA 44.63



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