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Abby Steiner wins 200m at USATF Bermuda Grand Prix 2024; Noah Lyles takes 100m

Abby Steiner won the women's 200m at USATF Bermuda Grand Prix 2024, while world champion Noah Lyles clocked 9.95secs to win the men's 100m.

Abby Steiner in the 200m at the World Championships
Abby Steiner in the 200m at the World Championships 2022. Photo: Randy Miyazaki

HAMILTON, Bermuda, (April 28) – Abby Steiner won the women’s 200-meter dash on another windy day at the USATF Bermuda Grand Prix 2024 at Flora Duffy Stadium on Sunday.

Making her season debut in the half-lap event, Steiner, the three-time NCAA champion, posted a wind-aided time of 22.71 seconds (3.0 m/s) to streak away from her rivals as she continues to fine-tune her fitness as she progresses through the racing season, following an offseason surgery last September.

Steiner Plans To Take It One Race At A Time

She told NBC in her after-race interview that after the last-season injury affected campaign last year, she plans to “Just it take one (race) at a time, looking back on this (race) seeing what we need to change, what we need to execute better and then do it again the next one.”

Finishing second to Steiner was her USA compatriot Kynnedy Flannel, who clocked 23.01, with third place going to Jamaica’s Ashanti Moore with 23.12.

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In the men’s 100m, world champion Noah Lyles captured the title with a wind-assisted time of 9.95 seconds (3.0 m/s), finishing ahead of Aaron Brown of Canada in 10.09 and USA’s Pjai Austin at 10.10.

Jereem Richards of Trinidad & Tobago finished strongly down the home straight to win the men’s 200m with 20.39secs (+4.9 m/s), edging out American Matthew Boling, who ran 20.42 in second place.

In Other Results…

Elsewhere on the track at the USATF Bermuda Grand Prix 2024 on Sunday, American Tamari Davis defended her women’s 100m title with 11.04 secs (+2.2 m/s), Jamaica’s Stacey Ann Williams (51.71) won the women’s 400m, USA’s Amber Hughes posted 12.57 secs (+3.4 m/s) to win the women’s 100m hurdles, and Grenada’s 2012 Olympic champion Kirani James took the 400m with 46.00 secs.

In the field events, meanwhile, Jaydon Hibbert, a three-time NCAA champion and twice Jamaica national champion, secured the men’s triple jump crown with a wind-aided leap of 17.33m (+4.3 m/s), while the women’s long jump went to Monae’ Nichols of USA with 6.91m, which was helped by a strong +4.0 m/s tailwind.

The USATF Bermuda Grand Prix 2024 meeting is part of the 2024 World Athletics Continental Tour Silver series, and it provided another opportunity for some of the world’s best athletes to continue preparing for this summer’s Olympic Games in Paris.

Complete results here

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