Fred Kerly sparks life to SEC Championship in US on Saturday (25). Reeling from his world leading time of 45.02s last week, approached the heat of 400m SEC indoor Championship in a cammanding fashion. Even to his own surprise he breasted the tape in 44.94s to qualify for the final. Was closely followed by Akeem Bloomfield who managed 45.49s.
In the Madrid Indoor on Friday, Tapin and Dibaba where the stars of the day. The Grenada’s Bralon Tapin did not allowed tactical mistake that ruin his race last week to repeat itself. In a magnificent fashion, he destroyed the whole strong field including the 2012 Olympics medalist Liquelin Santos Of Dominican Republic to win in 45.19s just 0.07s off his personal best. Santos took second in 45.49s his country national record. GenZebe Dibaba failed to break 1000m world record. She only managed a personal best of 2.33.06s. While Congo’s Frank Elenba prooved his fourth place at last Olympics is not a fluke by thrown a very impressive 20.86m.