The American Trayvon Bromell emerged this Saturday in the great attraction of the NACAC New Life Invitational, which took place at the Ansin Sports Complex in Miramar, Florida.
Bromell won the 100m dash with an extraordinary time of 9.77 seconds, which puts him at the top of the top-list, thus ratifying his aspirations to gold at the Olympic Games. He was escorted by his compatriots Marvin Bracea with 9.85 and Chris Royster with 10.08.
It is the seventh best mark of all time in the distance and fourth best for the United States.
In the women’s 100m dash, Elaine Thompson from Jamaica was first with 10.87, escorted by Tianna Bartoletta from the United States with 10.96 and fellow Jamaican Briana Williams with 10.97.
In the 100 hurdles, Tobi Amusan of Nigeria triumphed with a stupendous 12.44, but wind assisted (2.2), followed by Andrea Vargas of Costa Rica (12.76) and Pedrya Seymour of the Bahamas (12.81).
In the 200m, Elaine Thompson was first with 22.54, ahead of Kyra Jefferson (USA) with 22.77 and Britain’s Jodie Willams with 23.10.
In the men’s 400m, Deon Lendore of Trinidad and Tobago was the winner with 45.48 seconds, and in the same distance in women Wadeline Jonathas of the United States triumphed with 51.91.
In the 400 hurdles, Dalilah Muhamad won with 54.50 seconds, accompanied on the podium by Ronda White (55.65) and Yanique Haye-Smith of Turks & Caicos (56.12).
In the discus throw, the victory went to Alex Rose of Samoa with 67.12, followed by Jamaicans Fedrick Dacres and Kai Chang, 66.01 and 63.33, respectively.