10.00, BROMELL 10.07, WHITNEY 11.10
EUGENE (USA, ): World junior record holder Trayvon Bromell won the 100 m in first day of USATF Junior Championships with 10.07 (+1.2). Second Kendall Williams 10.27 and third Jalen Miller 10.29. But big thinks happened in heats as Trentavis from North Carolina broke the national high school record with a stunning 10.00 (+1.6) in the first heat. In the final false started and was disqualified. Sixteen-year-old Kaylin Whitney from Clermont, Florida in her 100 m prelim preluded an exciting same day final as in heat one she set the fastest high school women’s time in the event with a wind legal 11.17 (+0.8). She did not disappoint in the final, setting the fifth fastest American Junior time in history, 11.10 (+0.9), and she is only a high school sophomore. She beat Ariana Washington 11.30 over Teahna Daniels 11.31. Nicholas Anderson won the junior 110 m hurdles in 13.39 (+1.3) over Isiah Moore 13.41. Excellent long jump by Travonn White 804 (+1.7). Mary Cain won the 3000 m in 9:15.81 and qualified for World juniors. Heptathlete Kendell Williams clocked windy 12.98 (+2.4) over the hurdles in heats. Raven Saunders was the best in shot put 17.22.