Ubiquitous World Leading Time At US Trial As Coleman Narrowly Missed World Record In The Final

Christian Coleman the World 60m Record holder with 6.34s narrowly missed another World Record in the final event on Saturday in the ongoing US Trial. Coleman surged into another World leading time of 6.37s to win, Mavin Bracy 6.49s, Brandon Carnes 6.49s followed by Demek Kemp 6.55s.

In the female version, Mikiah Brisco shot to World leading time of 7.04s to win followed by Javianne Oliver 7.08s and Brianna McNeal 7.17s.

In 60h men, Aaron Mallett was a clear winner with 7.54s to Jarrett Eaton 7.54s. In the female Gabrielle Cunningham won in 7.92s.

In triple jump men Donald Scott won in 17.24m to Omar Craddock 17.14m.

In the short put men, a meet record and World leading throw from Ryan Crouser of 22.60m to Nick Ponzio 20.85m. Six men threw over 20m.

In female 400m Wadine Jonathan won in 51.54s. In the male Kyle Clemons in 46.00s

By discernsportblog

Former sprinter, Taewondo and Badminton Player. Sport Physiotherapist

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