A. Felix 22.59 PB, Crouser 21.93, Little 50.57 at ATL Meet 4!

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IMG_5016.jpgAllyson Felix, ATL #4, photo by Kathy Camara via ESPN TV

The ATL Meet 4 was a suitable end to the 2021 elite season in the US.

A. Felix 22.59 PB, Crouser 21.93, Little 50.57

FAYETTEVILLE (USA, Feb 21): Excellent marks also at 4th and final American Track League indoor version. Allyson Felix in her first indoor 200 m since 2003 clocked fast indoor PB 22.59 ahead of Jasmine Camacho-Quinn 22.91 PB. She was also second in the 60 m with 7.275 (lost to Darryl Neita 7.24). Ryan Crouser won again with 21.93 (not feeling well due to food poisoning) over Payton Otterdahl 21.40 and Josh Awotunde 21.27. Marquise Dendy leaped to 819, Olivier Gruver topped pole vault with 470 and Andrew Irwin pole vault 570. High quality in women shot put as top 3 achieved life-time bests and are number 2-4 in the World lists 2021.


Raven Saunders 19.57 indoor PB ahead of Maggie Ewen 19.54 and Jessica Ramsey 19.50, overall PB for both.

Men´s 60 m sensational winner was Zachary Jewell with 6.59 in heats and 6.58 in finals, he came with 6.75 PB. Second Jackson Webb 6.59 PB and third long jumper Jarrion Lawson 6.62. Jamaican Danielle Williams won women hurdles in 7.86 (equalled PB) over Tonea Marshall 7.89 and Cindy Sember (former Ofili) 8.01. Men hurdles had Michael Dickson twice 7.53 in heats and finals PB. Hurdler Shamier Little clocked indoor PB and 3rd best of 2021 in the 400 m 50.57. Wil London as men winner clocked 46.36. Kenyan Michael Saruni won the 800 m in 1:45.34 ahead of Kameron Jones 1:46.23 PB. In women race Heather MacLean 2:00.53 PB and stadium record with second Siofra Cleirigh Butner Irish record 2:00.58. Jaylen Slade (17) clocked in the 200 m 20.62, High School record and tied 6th best ever U20 performer.

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