Jason Henderson, photo by PhotoRun.net
FAST SPRINTS, BIG JUMPS IN GUADELOUPE
BAIE MAHAULT (FRA, May 10): Despite head-wind fast times at the 10th jubilee of Meeting International Region Guadeloupe in the French territory in Carribean area. TrinidadÂ´s double Olympic bronze medalist Lalonde Gordon clocked 44.91 in the 400 m beating BahamaÂ´s relay olympic winners Ramon Miller 45.21 and Chris Brown 45.23 what is World masters record for category 35+. Impressive long jump by US Jeff Henderson 825 PB (+0.9) ahead of Tyron Stewart windy 820 (+2.4), Mike Hartford 812 (+1.2) and Briton JJ Jegede legal 803 (+0.3). In the 200 m Maurice Mitchell 20.40 (-0.1) ahead of Briton James Ellington 20.57. Over the hurdles Dominic Berger 13.48 (-0.5) beating French talent Wilhelm Belocian 13.78 PB at senior hurdles just edging former World champion Ladji Doucoure 13.79. On the women side impressive 12.77 (-0.8) hurdles win for Dawn Harper-Nelson ahead of Kristi Castlin 12.84. Jo Atkins won the 400 m in 51.19 beating Jamaican Christine Day 51.42 and Kineke Alexander of St. Vincent 51.61. In the 100 m TrinidadÂ´s Michelle-Lee Ahye posted 11.17 (-1.8) ahead of Tori Bowie 11.26. Levern Spencer beat on count back Chaunte Lowe in high jump, both 191 cm. Abigail Ibozuru of Britain won the long jump 664 (+2.6).