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Sunday, June 04, 2017

Claremont -CA- (United States), 3.6.2017 -Jim Bush Invitational-


Claremont -CA- (United States), 3.6.2017 -Jim Bush Invitational-

Men

100m h1 (0.1) 1 Remontay McClain 10.31; 2 Christoph Royster 10.44; 3 Carl Horsley 10.47; 200m h1 (-1,5) 1 Wilfried Koffi (civ) 20.41; 2 Winston George (guy) 20.57; 3 Stirley Jones 20.58; 4 Daveon Collins 20.60; h2 (1.8) 1 Norvel Mohammed 20.75; 2 Ahmed Obed 21.01; 3 Thaddeus Smith 21.05; 400m h1 1 Bryshon Nellum 45.34; 2 Winston George (guy) 45.49; 3 Dontavius Wright 45.71, 4 Norvel Mohammed 45.93; 5 Taylor Ross 47.40; 6 Joel Lynch (pan) 47.53; 7 Ethan Mignard 47.83; 800m 1 Richard Jones 1.49.10; 2 Felix Kitur (ken) 1.50.29; 1.500m 1 Alexis Verdugo (mex) 3.44.24; 2 Darius Terry 3.44.51; 3 Sergio Olivarrias 3.45.61; 4 Luis Gutierrez 3.46.12; 110mh (-1.7) Siddhatan Thingalaya (ind) 13.72; 2 Maximilian Hairston 13.91; 400mh h1 1 Curtis Beach 49.83; 2 Jordin Andrade (cpv) 49.91; 3 Reginald Wyatt 50.47; 4 Andre Chapman 50.76; 5 Chris Davis 50.87; 6 Alie Beauvais 51.77; PV 1 Mike Arnold 5.41; 2 Michael Woepse 5.26; LJ Corey Crawford 7.84 (0.6); DT 1 Alex Rose (sam) 62.20; 2 Colin Quirke 57.65; 3 Daniel Swarbrick 57.40; 4 Ryan Njegovan 57.24

Women

100m h1 (-0,4) Melanise Chapman 11.47; 2 Zakya Denoon (tto) 11.62; 3 Shai-Anne Davis (can) 11.64; 200m h1 (1.0) 1 Kendall Baisden 23.13; 2 Zakiya Denoon (tto) 23.22; 3 Ella Nelson (aus) 23.34, 4 Jodie Williams (gbr) 23.63; 5 Samantha Dirks (biz) 23.85; h2 (1.1) Shai-Anne Davis (can) 23.62; 400m h1 1 Kendall Baisden 52.77; 2 Ciara Short 53.21; 3 Gia Trevisan (ita) 53.48; 4 Amaka Ogoegbunam (ngr) 54.14; 5 Kate Wilson 54.35; h2 Joy Eaton 53.81; 800m 1 Raquel Lambdin 2.06.59; 2 Faith Makau (ken) 2.07.24; 100mh (0.2) 1 Bridgette Owens 13.27; 2 Christie Moerman (can) 13.34; 3 Karelle Edwards (can) 13.56; PV Allison Koressel 4.35; LJ 1 Christabel Nettey (can) 6.62 (0.6); 2 Malaina Payton 6.35 (0.8); TJ Blessing Ufodiama 13.47 (0.0); DT Alex Collatz 54.84; HT Danica Dobosy 59.08

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