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American Track League Meeting #1 Results From Jan. 24

Results from the American Track League Meeting #1 at the Randal Tyson Track in Fayetteville, Arkansas on Sunday, Jan. 25.

Results from the American Track League Meeting #1 at the Randal Tyson Track in Fayetteville, Arkansas on Sunday, Jan. 25. American Ryan Crouser set a world record, while Trayvon Bromell, Fred Kerley, Grant Holloway, Tonea Marshall, and Gabby Thomas were among the top performers at the event.

Crouser set an indoor world record in the men’s shot put to deliver the featured highlights of the event. The American heaved the shot to a world mark of 22.82m in the first round to dominate the competition.

In the sprints, Bromell returns from injury to post 6.48 seconds to land the men’s 60m, Kerley eased to victory in the men’s 400m with 45.03, while Holloway tied his American record and personal best with a 7.35 performance to win the men’s 60m hurdles.

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Elsewhere, Marshall of USA clocked a world-leading time of 7.86 seconds to win the women’s 6om hurdles, Blessing Okagbare of Nigeria took the women’s 60m in 7.17 (PB) and Gabby Thomas grabbed the women’s 300m with a personal best of 35.92.

American Track League Meeting #1 Results

Men
60m
1 Trayvon Bromell USA 6.48 WL
2 Divine Oduduru NGR 6.65
3 Andre Ewers JAM 6.67
4 Marvin Bracy USA 6.68
5 Christopher Belcher USA 6.69
6 Omar McLeod JAM 6.70
7 Demek Kemp USA 6.71
8 Brandon Carnes USA 6.72

400m
1 Fred Kerley USA 45.03 WL
2 Christopher Taylor JAM 45.73 PB
3 Amere Lattin USA 46.53 PB
4 Kyle Clemons USA 47.30
Race B
1 Travean Caldwell USA 46.25 PB
2 Nick Hilson USA 47.47

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60m Hurdles
1 Grant Holloway USA 7.35 =AR WL =PB
2 Michael Dickson USA 7.54 PB
3 Ruebin Walters TTO 7.65
4 Chad Zallow USA 7.71
5 Eddie Lovett ISV 7.84
6 Wellington Zaza LBR 7.87
7 Trey Holloway USA 8.10

Shot Put
1 Ryan Crouser USA 22.82 AR WL PB
2 Chuk Enekwechi NGR 20.65
3 Payton Otterdahl USA 20.60
4 Nick Ponzio USA 19.98
Tyler Brendel USA NM

Women
60m
1 Blessing Okagbare NGR 7.17 PB
2 Christania Williams JAM 7.18 =SB
3 Kayla White USA 24 7.20
4 Morolake Akinosun USA 7.20
5 Gabby Thomas USA 7 7.21 PB
6 Teahna Daniels USA 27 7.24
7 Daryll Neita GBR 29 7.29 =SB
Kendra Harrison USA DNS

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300m
1 Gabby Thomas USA 35.92 WL PB
2 Shakima Wimbley USA 5 36.78
3 Kyra Jefferson USA 36.97 PB
4 Sage Watson CAN 37.90
Race B
1 Jenna Prandini USA 36.68 WL PB
2 Ashley Henderson USA 36.95 PB
3 Cassandra Tate USA 37.74 PB
4 Ashley Spencer USA 38.29
Race C
1 Kendra Harrison USA 36.83 PB
2 Kori Carter USA 37.53 PB
Shiann Salmon JAM DQ
Race D
1 Kendall Baisden USA 37.71 PB
2 Teahna Daniels USA 2 38.52 PB
3 Sha’Keela Saunders USA 38.67 PB

400m
1 Quanera Hayes USA 51.76 WL
2 Shamier Little USA 52.63
3 Wadeline Jonathas USA 53.10
4 Lina Nielsen GBR 53.27
5 Sparkle McKnight TTO 55.13

60m Hurdles
1 Tonea Marshall USA 7.86 WL =PB
2 Christina Clemons USA 7.88
3 Tiffany Porter GBR 7.89
4 Brittany Anderson JAM 8.06
5 Taliyah Brooks USA 8.07 SB
6 Ashley Spencer USA 8.25 =PB
7 Isabelle Pedersen NOR 8.52

High Jump
1 Vashti Cunningham USA 1.90
2 Rachel McCoy USA 1.87
3 Jelena Rowe USA 1.82
4 Taliyah Brooks USA 1.82
4 Ty Butts USA 1.82
6 Amina Smith USA 1.77

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Pole Vault
1 Megan Clark USA 4.50
2 Katie Nageotte USA 4.50
3 Marissa Kalsey USA 4.30
4 Chloe Cunliffe USA 4.30
5 Jill Marois USA 4.20
Robin Bone CAN 13 Feb 94 NH

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Chris is a retired coach with many years of experience following track and field. Enjoys traveling with his wife, two children and grand kids.

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