• Dominica’s Lloyd wins in Europe

    Athletics February 13, 2008 at 10:59 pm 1 comment

    by Michael Bascombe ATHENS, Greece, Feb 13, CMC – Dominica’s Chris Lloyd sped to a 400-metre triumph to be the only Caribbean winner at the Athina 2008 IAAF Indoor Permit Meeting in Athens on Wednesday evening. Lloyd won in 46.30 seconds, the second quickest time in the world so far […]

  • Lewis sets new triple jump mark, again!

    Lewis sets new triple jump mark, again!

    Athletics February 10, 2008 at 6:27 pm 0 comments

    by Michael Bascombe Randy Lewis twice improved Grenada’s national indoor triple jump record when he finished second at the BW-Bank Meeting – IAAF Indoor Permit in Karlsruhe, Germany on Sunday. Lewis had efforts of 17.17 and 17.27 metres to finish behind Evora Nelson of Portugal with a world leading and […]

  • Francique posts season’s best in Valencia

    Francique posts season’s best in Valencia

    Athletics February 9, 2008 at 5:01 pm 0 comments

    by Michael Bascombe Alleyne Francique ran a season’s best 46.98 seconds to finish second at the Reunion Internacional Atletismo “Ciudad de Valencia” on Saturday. It was a major boost for Francique as he prepares to defend his world title in the same city of Valencia next month. “I ran a […]

  • Early Results in New Balance Invitational

    Athletics February 8, 2008 at 10:34 pm 0 comments

    In some early results at the New Balance Collegiate Invitational in New York, Neisha Bernard-Thomas won the women’s 800m – 2:05.32. Kendell Simon (Findlay University) was second in the 800m – 1:53.48. Joel Redhead (Bethune Cookman University) won his 400m heat – 47.63 to qualify for Saturday’s final. Also qualifying […]

  • Round-up of Track and Field Meets – Jan.31-Feb.3

    Athletics February 4, 2008 at 9:40 pm 0 comments

    by Michael Bascombe Here is a round-up of performances of some of our track and field athletes in competition during the past week. On Thursday at the Linz Indoor Meet in Austria on Thursday – Alleyne Francique commanded the 400m until Austrian Clemens Zeller pushed him on the infield. Zeller, […]

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