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THE UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES
Carifta champions Machel
Cedenio and Andwuelle Wright
are among seven T&T athletes
who ranked in the top ten in the
world in their events.
Cedenio (Simplex) is at number
four on the men s junior (Under-
20) 400-metres performance listing
following his 45.93 personal best
(pb) clocking in striking gold at the
Carifta Games in the Bahamas on
March 30. Cedenio also ran 45.99
to take the TnT Elite Twilight Games
men s one-lap title on May 3.
Triple Carifta medallist Jereem
Richards (Abilene Wildcats) is eighth
with a pB run of 46.20 seconds in
finishing third behind Cedenio at
the TnT Elite Games. Richards is
also eighth in the 200m (20.95).
John-Mark Constantine (Con-
corde) is seventh-quickest in the
men s 100m after he dashed to 10.38
(pb) to win at the Carifta trials on
March 2. Constantine s run was
more impressive as he ran into a
Double Carifta bronze medallist
Reubin Walters (Memphis Pioneers)
sits at ninth in the men s 110m hur-
dles (99.0cm) with a pb time of
13.66 set at the Falcon Games on
In the World Youth (U-18) stand-
ing, 2012/2013 Carifta gold medallist
Andwuelle Wright (Signal Hill Sec-
ondary) is seventh in the boys long
jump with his 7.29 distance which
he set in retaining his boys U-17
Carifta title earlier this year. Last
year s Carifta boys U-17 200m
champion Jonathan Farinha (Abilene
Wildcats) is at fourth in the boys
200m with 21.10 PB dash at the
first day of action at the Falcons
Games on March 23.
Kayelle Clarke is the lone
female on the global listings. The
Petrotrin Palo Seco sprinter is at
sixth in the world youth 200m
after she returned a time of 23.76
in finishing sixth in the girls
under-20 200m finals at the
rank high in
DOHA---Jamaica s two-time Olympic
100-metre champion Shelly-Ann Fras-
er-Pryce has lamented not sticking to
her race plan during her 200m win
at the season s first Diamond League
meet in Doha, Friday.
Fraser-Pryce clocked 22.48 seconds
to lead a Jamaica domination of the
top spots with Sherone Simpson secur-
ing second in 22.73 and another
Jamaican Samantha Henry Robinson
fourth in 22.97.
Although powered by an illegal +2.2
wind factor and showing good form
and speed endurance in the last phase
of the race, the diminutive Jamaican
seemed unhappy with her display.
"Overall, I m just happy to come
away with a win," said Fraser-Pryce
after her second 200m win in six days.
Fraser-Pryce will now turn her atten-
tion to next Saturday s 100m rematch
with American Carmelita Jeter at the
Shanghai Diamond League---the second
stop on the 14-meet series.
"There is a lot more room for
improvement in the 200m, and I m
looking forward to more races to see
how best I can put a complete race
together" said Fraser-Pryce.
race plan after 200m win
Deodath Harrikissoon, Cherylin
Cadogan, Simon Kalechstein and
Wendy D arbasie showed that age is
just a number, as they all came out
on top of their younger opponents in
the Carifin Games Chancellor Chal-
lenge on Wednesday at Lady Chan-
cellor Hill, Port-of-Spain.
In the male walk, 60-year-old Har-
rikissoon followed up his success in the
walk at the Green Mile event on April
24, with a convincing victory over 30-
year-old Barry Mitchell of CBTT.
Harrikissoon, a FCB employee, got
to the top of the hill in 22:42 seconds,
almost a minute and a half ahead of
Mitchell, who finished in second place
with a time of 24:06.
In the female walk, the race was a
lot closer. Forty-nine-year-old Cadogan
finished in 25:20, only 24 seconds in
front of 20-year-old Central Bank
employee Ornella Knights (25:44).
In the male run, Simon Kalechstein
was the youngest winner of the day.
Kalechstein, a 34-year-old RBC
employee, finished ahead of his com-
petitors in a time of 13:54. Second place
went to 23-year-old Rashad Blenman
of Guardian Holding Ltd, clocking 15:39.
In the female run, 46-year-old
Wendy D arbasie continued her dom-
inance at the Carifin Games. D arbasie
who won the Green Mile run, won in
20:19. Thirty-six-year-old Joanna Del
Pino from Scotiabank had to settle for
second position (21:06).
The last running event of the Carifin
Games will be a cross country on May
26 at the Sevilla Golf Course, Couva.
Age just a number at
Green Mile event
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