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2016 MVP Track and Field Meeting Results

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Selected results from the 2016 MVP track and field meeting at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica on Saturday (16).

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Selected results from the 2016 MVP track and field meeting at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica on Saturday (16).

It was a season breakout meeting for Jamaican sprinter Yohan Blake, who worked his way to a new world-leading time of 9.95 seconds to win the men’s 100m.

Olympic 200m bronze medallist Warren Weir (JAM) was also in good touch when stepping down in distant to run 10.07secs for the second quickest time on the day.

Blake, the 2011 IAAF World Championships gold medallist, is working his way back from hamstring setbacks and he would be encourage by this performance.

The 26-year-old revealed earlier this month that his gold heading into this summer’s Olympic Games in Rio is to replicate or better the double silver medals he won at the 2012 London Games.

Of course Blake will need to go through a certain Usain Bolt, who is not only the world record holder in both the 100m and 200m, but a man who is looking to close out what is expected to be his final Olympic Games in style.

Antiguan Miguel Francis won the men’s 200m in a solid 20.11 secs, which is just outside his 20.05 PB.

Other notable results came in the men’s 400m hurdles from Insert Whyte, who ran 49.39, while Racers Track Club quartet ran 38.45 secs to win the men’s 4x100m.

On the women’s side Jamaican Jura Levy ran a solid 11.25 secs to win the 100m, World Championships bronze medallist Shericka Jackson took the 400m in 52.10, while former junior standout Anneisha Mclaughlin-Whitby won the 200m with a time of 22.78.

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Men Results

100m Wind: 1.4 m/s
Yohan Blake 9.95, 2 Warren Weir 10.07, 3 Rasheed Dwyer 10.10; 4 Zharnel Hughes GBR 10.10; 5 Andrew Fisher 10.14, 6 Michael Frater 10.17, 8 Everton Clarke 10.18

200m Wind: 0.6 m/s
Miguel Francis ANT 20.11, 2 Oshane Bailey 20.42, 3 Javon Francis 20.54, 4 Nathon Allen 20.70

Jonia McDonald 46.32, 2 Peter Matthews 46.38, 3 Josef Robertson 46.45, 4 Jaheel Hyde 46.66, 5 Devaughn Ellington 46.67, 6 Twayne Crooks 46.75, 7 Travane Morrison 46.94, 8 Josef Robertson 46.45

110m Hurdles Wind 0.8 m/s:
Ronald Levy 13.53;

400m Hurdles:
Annsert Whyte 49.39, 2 Javan Gallimore 50.09, 3 Ricardo Cunningham 50.28, 4 Marvin Williams 50.43, 5 Rayan Holmes 51.66, 6 Marzel Miller 51.78; 7 Jamar McNaughton 51.94

Long Jump:
Aubrey Allen 7.72m, 2 Tajay Gayle 7.45, 3 Damar Whyte 7.43 (2.4), 4 Jordan Scott 7.35, 5 Kamal Fuller 7.21, 6 Shawn-D Thompson 7.20

Discus Throw:
Fedrick Dacres 63.88, 2 Basil Bingham 57.85, 3 Glendford Watson 54.98, 4 Demar Gayle 52.10

Racers Track Club 38.45, 2 Kingston College High School 39.52, 3 Calabar High School 39.60, 4 Jamaica College High School 39.77

Women Results

100m  Wind: 1.1 m/s
Jura Levy 11.25, 2 Sashalee Forbes 11.29, 3 Gayon Evans 11.30, 4 Shimayra Williams 11.54, 5 Patrice Moody 11.57, 6 Sheniqua Ferguson BAH 11.64, 7 Carrie Russell 11.71

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200m Wind: 0.7 m/s
Anneisha McLaughlin-Whilby 22.78, 2 Anastasia Le-Roy 22.85, 3 Audrea Segree 23.18, 4 Tiffany James 23.31, 5 Verone Chambers 23.42

Shericka Jackson 52.10, 2 Tjipekapora Herunga NAM 52.81, 3 Dawna-Lee Lonely 53.14, 4 Jody Ann Muir 53.87

Samantha James 2:09.72, 2 Asshanni Robb 2:12.88, 3 Teresha Jacobs 2:14.68, 4 Vanessa Crooks 2:14.88

100m Hurdles 1.8 m/s
Brea Buchanan USA 13.82, 2 Natasha Russell 14.30

400m Hurdles:
Rhonda Whyte 55.58, 2 Ristananna Tracey 56.04, 3 Nikita Tracey 56.33, 4 Rushell Clayton 57.83, 5 Sparkle McKnight TTO 58.18, 6 Andrenette Knight 59.48

Long Jump:
Tissanna Hickling 6.09m

Discus Throws:
Shanice Love 54.66m NJR, 2 Isheka Binns 49.63, 3 Venique Harris 49.11, 4 Genneva Greaves 47.77

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