5:30.18 Khari Sharrieff 5:53.02 Masaki Kitade 5:53.74 Tom Hyland
Boys Long Jump U13
4.98m Denver Tucker
Boys Shot Put U13
8.48m Amias Lightbourne 6.89m Joshua Fleming
Boys 800 Meter Run U17
2:29.12 Simeon Hayward
Boys 1500 Meter Run U17
5:21.43 Tajai Goater 5:47.19 Meron Simons
Boys 3000 Meter Run U17
10:21.66 Tommy Marshall
Boys Shot Put U17
11.27m Razi Garland 10.45m Javed Sutton -Simons 10.23m Asa Williams
Boys Discus Throw U17
32.21m Javed Sutton-Simons 28.81m Razi Garland 28.74m Asa Williams
Boys Javelin Throw U17
30.96m Jannis Roberts 21.05m Amias Lightbourne
Boys 400 Meter Dash U20
55.24 Stephan Dill
Boys 1500 Meter Run U20
4:23.62 Johndell Cumberbatch
Boys Discus Throw OPEN
20.85 Euguene Brangman
Men 800 Meter Run U13
3:07.62 Feidhlim Carr
Men 100 Meter Dash OPEN
16.88 Euguene Brangman
Men 200 Meter Dash OPEN
36.62 Euguene Brangman
Men 400 Meter Dash OPEN
56.03 Kidane Callender
Friday, December 14, 2018
Outerbridge Competes in Yale Season Opener
Quinnae Outerbridge and her Hartford Indoor Track and Field teammates continued its 2018-19 season at the Yale Season Opener.
Outerbridge competed in the Women’s 800 Meter Run finishing 6th crossing the line in a time of 2:24.07.
Outerbridge and her teammates finished the Women’s 4x400 Meter Relay 5th clocking a time of 4:05.47.
Wednesday, December 12, 2018
Bermuda Trio Represent Thomas College Track
Jaavaid Warren-Smith, Yontz Sutton and J'auna James represented the Thomas College Men's and Women's Track & Field team competed in their first meet at the Varsity Level at the Plymouth State University Winter Classic.
Warren-Smith and Sutton along with their Male teammates finished 7th of 9 teams while the James and her female teammates finished in 8th out of 10.
Warren-Smith finished 5th competing in the Men’s Long Jump with a top leap of 6.20m, while Sutton finished 11th with a top leap of 5.78m.
Sutton finished 7th in the Men’s Triple Jump leaping 11.71m.
James was a member of the Thomas College Women’s 4x200m Relay team that finished 8th with a time of 2:02.20.
Friday, December 07, 2018
Sponsors Given New IAAF Life
National teams will be permitted for the first time to display the logo of a sponsor on their kit at the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships, starting next year with the latest edition in Doha - for which qualifying standards have been announced.
"We only have really big global moments every two years," said IAAF President Sebastian Coe.
"We have to absolutely maximize every bit of financial potential in our sport through those venues, and we wanted this to be a much more equitable process."
The IAAF confirmed that, following a two-day meeting of its ruling Council here, the performance standards agreed for next year’s World Championships, which will run from September 28 to October 6, are similar to those used for the 2017 edition in London, there are "two notable differences".
Firstly, target numbers have been introduced for the road events and 10,000 meters races - 100 for marathons, 60 for the 20 kilometers race walks, 50 for the men's 50km race walk and 30 for the women's, and 27 for the 10,000m.
Thursday, December 06, 2018
Bermuda Olympian Houston Looking Ahead
Tre Houston say’s, “I am not getting any younger so the time is now,” this as the Bermuda Olympic Sprinter settles into training in the US.
Houston who competed at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio is holding out hope to be fit enough to compete at the 2021 World Track and Field Championships.
Houston who admitted it was a reality check when he was not selected to represent the country at the Commonwealth Games in Australia this year.
But the sprinter is now working with some top athletes in a bid to reach his targets of running sub 10 in the 100m and sub 20 in the 200m.