Michael Norman, photo by PhotoRun.net
Shocking 43.45 by Norman
TORRANCE (USA, Apr 20): Michael Norman shocked everybody with his early top shape at the Mt.SAC Relays as he not only achieved WL and fastest ever in April 43.45 but also equalled the fourth best performer ever mark and sixth best ever performance. Behind him hurdler Rai Benjamin improved to 44.31. Another World lead in women high jump as Vashti Cunningham cleared 197. Third World lead by World record holder Keni Harrison in 100 m hurdles 12.63 (+0.3) over Jasmine Camacho-Quinn 12.93, Pedra Seymour of Bahamas won the other heat 12.88 (+1.1) and Cortney Jones another 12.82 (+1.1). Brazilian Paulo Camilo won both sprints in 10.21 (-1.6) and 20.30 (+0.5) over Ameer Webb 10.33 and 20.64. In women sprints Teahna Daniels 11.20 (-0.9) over Twanisha Terry also 11.21 and Jenna Prandini 11.33, hurdler Brianna Rollins-McNeal got 11.31 in other race. NCAA champion 2018 Anglerne Annelus in 22.81 (-0.5) beat Prandini 22.93 over 200 m and hurdles Olympic winner Dalilah Muhammad achieved 51.62 in the 400 m over Kendal Ellis 51.75. Isaiah Jewett clocked 1:46.11 in the 800 m, Trey Cunningham 13.47 (-0.9) high hurdles, Cameron Samuel 49.79 PB in the 400 m hurdles (he will be 20 in September). In other technical events Canadian Django Lovett 230 in high jump, Annie Rhodes-Johnigan 465 in the pole vault. Brazilian Eliane Martins leaped to 666 (0.0) in long jump, Jeneva Stevens 18.15 in shot over Rachel Fatherly 18.05 PB and in discus another Brazilian win by Fernanda Martins 64.16 over Jamaican Shadae Lawrence 63.89 national record. In menÂ´s relays Brazil 38.76 and USC 3:03.54, in women USC 42.93 and Hayes All-Stars 3:29.88 (with Sydney McLaughlin 50.1 as first runner).
Micheal Norman, photo by PhotoRun.net