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Chris Brown Invitational 2016 Results

MIAMI, FL – Selected results from the 2016 Chris Brown Invitational at the Thomas A. Robinson Stadium in Nassau, Bahamas on Saturday (16).

MIAMI, FL – Selected results from the 2016 Chris Brown Invitational at the Thomas A. Robinson Stadium in Nassau, Bahamas on Saturday (16).

The meeting was responsible for several world-leading marks for 2016, including the men’s 400m and 200m races, where quarter-milers dominated.

American LaShawn Merritt clocked a world-leading and personal best of 19.78 seconds and looked very comfortable in doing so as he pulled away from countrymen Wallace Spearmon (20.40) and Mike Rodgers (20.42) in the homestretch.

The men’s 400m saw Olympic champion Kirani James of Grenada running a world-leading 44.36 seconds to take care of busy.

USA’s Johnny Dutch also ran a world-leading 48.36 seconds to win the men’s 400m hurdles, while in the field, Christian Taylor of USA leaped 17.11m for victory.

On the women’s side Tori Bowie of USA posted a world-leading 200m time of 22.26 when beating the likes of Veronica Campbell-Brown of Jamaica.

World Championships silver medallist Shaunae Miller of the Bahamas went 49.69 for a world-leading effort to win the women’s 400m.


100m Wind: 2.3 m/s
Justin Gatlin USA 9.90, 2 Femi Ogunode QAT 9.94, 3 Adrian Griffith BAH, 10.03 4 Antoine Adams SKN 10.08, 5 Shavez Hart BAH 10.15, 6 Isiah Young USA 10.19

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200m Wind: 0.9 m/s
LaShawn Merritt USA 19.78 WL PB, Wallace Spearmon USA 20.40, Mike Rodgers USA 20.42, Aaron Brown CAN 20.46

Kirani James GRN 44.36 WL, 2 Tony McQuay USA 45.34, 3 Kyle Clemons USA 45.48 SB, 4 Jeremy Wariner USA 45.55 SB, 5 Steven Gardiner BAH 45.83, 6 Jarrin Solomon TTO 45.84, 7 Mike Berry USA 45.99.

110m Hurdles Wind: 2.71 m/s
David Oliver USA 13.30, 2 Aleec Harris USA 13.32, 3 Jason Richardson USA 13.33, 4 Shane Brathwaite BAR 13.51, 5 Tyler Mason JAM 13.56

400m Hurdles
Johnny Dutch USA 48.36 WL, 2 Javier Culson PUR 49.12, 3 Jeffery Gibson BAH 49.16, 4 Miles Ukaoma NGR 49.60, 5 Roxroy Cato JAM 49.64, 6 Amaechi Morton NGR 49.77, 7 Leford Green JAM 49.90, 8 Jehue Gordon TTO 50.30

Triple Jump
Christian Taylor USA 17.11m WL, 2 Troy Doris GUY 17.10 NR PB, 3 Leevan Sands BAH 16.63, 4 Fabian Florant NED 16.63, 5 Tosin Oke NGR 16.40, 6 Nonso Okolo NGR 16.13 PB, 7 Nathan Fox GBR 16.06 SB

High Jump
Donald Thomas BAH 2.23, 2 Trevor Barry BAH 2.20, 3 Jamal Wilson BAH 2.15, 4 Darius Purcell USA 2.15, 5 Garrett Huyler USA 2.15


100m Wind: 1.4 m/s
Michelle-Lee Ahye TTO 11.14 SB, 2 Murielle Ahouré CIV 11.16, 3 Veronica Campbell-Brown JAM 11.17, 4 Candyce McGrone USA 11.18, 5 Trisha-Ann Hawthorne JAM 11.53, 6 Tahesia Harrigan IVB 11.54, 7 Alexis Love USA 11.63

200 m Wind: 0.3 m/s
Tori Bowie USA 22.26 WL, 2 Natasha Hastings USA, 22.57 PB, 3 Joanna Atkins USA 22.68, 4 Kaylin Whitney USA 22.84, 5 Laniece Clarke BAH 23.50, 6 Olivia Ekponé NGR, 23.90

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Shaunae Miller BAH 49.69 WL, 2 Quanera Hayes USA 49.91 PB, 3 Ashley Spencer USA 51.35, 4 Jessica Beard USA 51.76, 5 Ashley Kelly IVB 53.30, 6 Montené Speight GBR 53.47, 7 Samantha Edwards ANT 53.68, 8 Moushaumi Robinson USA 55.65

400m Hurdles
Yanique Haye-Smith JAM 57.24 PB, Ese Okoro GBR 57.80, Joke Odumosu NGR 59.80

Long Jump
Bianca Stuart BAH 6.69 (3.6), 2 Chantel Malone IVB 6.43w (2.2), 3 Chelsea Hayes USA 6.38w (2.4), 4 Chelsea Eades USA 6.25 (1.8)

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  1. Reef

    April 21, 2016 at 9:14 am

    Kaylin, Just warming up after no indoor season!

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