NCAA Diaries:Deajah Stevens ran 22.28 CR, then, DQ, returns in 7.17 PB for 60 meters

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Stevens_Deajah200Q1-USOlyTr16.jpgDeajah Stevens, photo by PhotoRun.net

COLLEGE STATION (USA, Mar 10): Deajah Stevens clocked initially in 200 m heat at NCAA Indoor Champs 22.28 better than US record, but was later disqualified for lane violation. She qualified at least for the 60 m final in 7.17 PB. Fastest was Hannah Cunliffe 7.13 ahead of Javianna Oliver 7.14 PB. Fastest in the 200 m heats Ariana Washington 22.57 PB aDeajah Sted WL and Cunliffe 22.74. Kendals Ellis posted 51.59 PB in 400 m heats ahead of Shakima Wimbley 51.78. In the hurdles fast PB´s for Sasha Wallace 7.87 and Anna Cockrell 7.98, in-between 7.98 also for Bahamian Devynne Charlton. In men heats Christian Coleman 60 m PB 6.50, Cameron Burrell second fastest 6.53. In the 200 m Just´n Thymes 20.49 and PB for Trinidad´s Jereem Richards 20.50, also Coleman 20.51 and Briton Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake 20.55. World leader Fred Kerley posted 45.10 in 400 m heats ahead of Nigerian Kunle Fasasi 45.57 PB and his brother Mylik Kerley 45.68. Kenyan Emmanuel Korir was the best in 800 m heats 1:47.62 and Grant Holloway in the hurdles 7.64.

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