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African Junior Champion South Africa Maswanganyi Was Impressive With Nigeria Abdullahi In Texas

Just after the magic run in the 400m by American Athing Mu, the 200m Africa Junior Champion, South Africa Shaun Maswanganyi exploded in 60m by winning in 6.66s, beating yet to discover his form Ghanaian Emmanuel Yeboah who clocked 6.74s at Charlie Thomas Indoor Invitation on Saturday.

Nigeria international, Bashiru Abdullahi improved to 7.80s run on 60h, a time which place him third overall.

Full Results;

Men

60m 1 Shaun Maswanganyi (rsa) 6.66; 2 Emmanuel Yeboah (gha) 6.74; 3 Christian Hamberlin 6.76; 4 Dorian Camel 6.74

200m Demarius Smith 20.83 1h6; Christian Hamberlin 21.07 1h5; Charles Lewis 21.09 2h6; Lance Broome 21.10 3h6; Dorian Camel 21.24 1h4; Caleb Hulbin 21.29 1h3

400m Noah Williams 45.47 1h4; Sean Burrell 45.57 2h4; Salim Epps 47.05 1h3; Brandon Miller 47.32 2h3; Jake Lanier 47.54 3h3; Tyrell Valentine 47.89 1h2; Colby Zamzow 47.99 2h2; Mattys Nortje (rsa) 48.20 3h2

800m Clayton Carrozza 1:49.66 1h2; Eric Coston 1:50.71 2h2; Davis Bove 1:50.77 3h2

Mile 1 Cruz Gomez 4:01.41; 2 Graydon Morris 4:02.08

5.000m Yaseen Abdalla 14:11.48

60mh 1 Damion Thomas (jam) 7.72; 2 Eric Edwards 7.78; 3 Bashiru Abdullahi (ngr) 7.80; 4 Isaiah Levingston 7.80; 5 Connor Schulman 7.84; in heats: D J Akindele 7.92 3h1

High Jump-Vernon Turner 2.15

Pole Vault-Christyan Sampy 5.21

Long Jump- Rayvon Allen 7.67

Shot Put-1 Adrian Piperi 21.74; 2 Triston Gibbons (bar) 18.19

Weight Throw-1 Jon Nerdal (nor) 21.48; 2 Jake Norris (gbr) 20.89; 3 Josh Brown 20.53

Women

60m 1 Julien Alfred (lca) 7.17 (7.15 1h2); 2 Kynnedy Flannel 7.23; 3 Zhane Smith 7.33; 4 Kerona Davis 7.34; 5 Camille Rutherford 7.44 (7.42 4h1); 6 Immanuela Aliu (gbr) 7.45 (7.44 2h2); 7 Ariyonna Augustine 7.48

200m Jania Martin 23.44 1h4; Ariyonna Augustine 23.61 2h4; Immanuela Aliu (gbr) 23.89 1h5; Symone Manson 23.95 2h5; Rachel Hall 23.96 1h3

400m Athing Mu 50.52 1h4; Charokee Young 51.93 2h4; Amber Anning (gbr) 53.10 3h4; Stacey Ann Williams (jam) 53.27 4h4; Davicia Patterson (irl) 54.23 1h3; Jurne Woodward 54.85 2h3

800m Valery Tobias 2:08.26 1h2; Lorena Rangel (mex) 2:09.84 2h2

5.000m 1 Grace Forbes 15:50.38; 2 Madeline Vondra 16:33.82

60mh 1 Chanel Brissett 8.10; 2 Milan Young 8.14; 3 Alia Armstrong 8.21; 4 Kennedy Smith 8.25; 5 Leah Phillips 8.36; Aasia Laurencin 8.40 (8.38 3h2); 7 Kaylah Robinson 8.45 (8.31 3h1); in heats: Tyra Gittens (tto) 8.28 2h1

4x400m Texas 3:35.84

High Jump-1 Abigail O’Donoghue 1.83; 2 Nyagoa Bayak 1.80; 3 Marleen Guerrero 1.75; 4 Falyn Reaugh 1.75

Long Jump-1 Essence Thomas 6.17; 2 Ingerborg Grünwald (aut) 6.13

Shot Put 1 Payden Montana 16.37; 2 Amber Hart 15.44

Weight Throw-1 Monique Hardy 21.93; 2 Lauren Jones 20.94; 3 Emma Robbins 20.25

By discernsportblog

Former sprinter, Taewondo and Badminton Player. Sport Physiotherapist

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