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T&T s World Championships
medallists Kelly-Ann Baptiste and
Renny Quow sped to victories on the
indoor circuit in the United States on
Baptiste won the women s 60m finals
at the LSU Twilight Meet in Louisiana
in 7.19 seconds.
The 2011 World Championships
100m bronze medallist finished ahead
of LSU s Mikiah Brisco (7.30) and Jada
Martin (7.40). Baptiste improved on
her 7.20 clocking in the prelims earlier,
the fastest of the round.
The win is the second for Baptiste
in her second meet since being cleared
in January to compete after being side-
lined for almost two years in an anti-
The 2010 IAAF Continental Cup
100m champion was quicker than her
7.24 clocking one week earlier at the
At the Twilight meet, Shermund All-
sop was seventh in the men s 60m
finals in 7.02, shy of his 6.95 clocking
in the prelims.
Meanwhile, Quow got his 2015 season
off on a winning note taking the men s
600 yards event in 1 min 8.81 seconds
(1:08.81) at the Texas Tech Red Raider
Open, Lubbock, Texas, Friday (20Feb).
The 2009 World Championships
400m bronze medallist was almost two
seconds ahead of second place Isaac
Clarke (South Plains), 1:10.86.
Marissa Gale (Western Texas) was
also victorious taking the women s
The 2009 double Carifta bronze
medallist crossed the line in 55.90.
Aaliyah Telesford (South Plains) missed
out on the top spot in the women s
55m clocking 6.92.
Taking the victory was Cierra White
(Texas Tech). 6.80. Telesford improved
on her 6.97 second place clocking in
Gale s school-mate John Mark Con-
stantine was on course for victory in
the men s 55m finals after topping the
prelims in 6.30 but the 2014 World
Junior sprint relay finalist did not con-
test the finals.
Osei Alleyne-Forte (Abilene Chris-
tians) was 15th in the men s 400m in
Earlier in the week, Alleyne-Forte
earned silver and bronze medals at the
Southland Conference Indoor Cham-
pionships in Birmingham, Alabama,
helping his school s men s distance
medley team to silver (10:07.63) and
the 4x400m team to third (3:12.5).
Another Abilene Christian student
Jessica James was a part of her school s
bronze medal 4x400m (3:45.65) and
distance medley (12:04.41) squads.
Double Olympic and Commonwealth
bronze medallist Lalonde Gordon was
second fastest in the men s 200m
(20.71)at the David Hemery in Boston
one week ago.
Former World Junior 4x400m bronze
medallist Asa Guevara (Academy of
Arts) was 32nd in the men s 400m
Guevera also was a member of his
school s 4x400m line up with finished
Peli Alzola (Western Kentucky) was
eighth in the women s 200m (24.96)
at the Samford Invitational in Alabama
on February 14.
Alzola was also eighth in the 60m
(7.53) at the Meyo Invitational in Indiana
one week earlier.
The 2013 Carifta girls under 20
4x100m bronze medallist was also 38th
quickest in the 200m (25.16) and helped
her school s 4x400m team to 24th
to another LSU
...Quow opens season with victory
T&T s World Relay Championships
bronze medallist Michelle-Lee Ahye
finished a creditable third in the 60m
finals at the Sainbury s Indoor Grand
Prix in Birmingham, England, yester-
Ahye crossed the line in 7.17 seconds
with Murielle Ahoure of Ivory Coast
taking the gold in 7.10 ahead of Amer-
ican Tianna Barloletta in 7.15.
In the prelims the Tranquility Gov-
ernment Secondary graduate took the
first heat in 7.18, the fourth fastest as
Ahoure recorded the fastest time of
7.13. Ahye s third place clocking was
0.06 seconds short of her season s best
of 7.11 set in her runner up finish to
Ahoure at the Milrose Games in New
York on February 14.
National athlete Jarrin Solomon
missed out on a top three finish in the
men s 400m taking fourth spot in
Mikel Thomas established a new per-
sonal best of 7.70 in taking sixth spot
in the men s 60m hurdles finals.
The national 110m hurdles record
holder improved on his previous best
of 7.72 set in his second place at the
New Mexico Classic on February 7.
Ahye grabs indoor 60m bronze
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