Jamaican sprinters win CAC Championships 100m titles


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BY BARBARA SAMPSON | SportingAlert.com
Published on July 5, 2013 7:10 p.m. CST . 0 comment

(Sporting Alert) — Jamaican sprinters Sherri-Ann Brooks and Andrew Fisher won the women’s and men’s respective 100-metres titles at the 2013 Central America and Caribbean (CAC) Championships in Mexico on Friday.

Brooks, the 2006 Commonwealth Games champion, clocked 11.21 seconds to win the gold medal to beat Marielys Sanchez from the Dominican Republic, who ran 11.24 and another Jamaican sprinter Aleen Bailey, who posted 11.34 for the bronze medal.

Brooks came into the final with the joint fourth fastest time after running 11.38secs in the heats.

On the men’s side Fisher, who signalled his intentions of being the gold medal favorite with an impressive 10.07 seconds timing, returned to run 10.14 to seal the gold medal.

The Barbadian pair of Andrew Hinds and Ramon Gittens stopped the clock at 10.19secs to take the silver and bronze medals, respectively.

CARIFTA Games U20 champion Zharnel Hughes of Anguilla was seventh in 10.25.

Elsewhere on day one of the competition, Chad Wright of Jamaica won the men’s discus throw with a mark of 60.79m, while Levern Spencer set a new meet record of 1.95m to win the women’s high jump over fellow St. Lucia teammate Jeanelle Scheper, who did 1.92m.

Women’s Final Results
1 161 Brooks, Sherry-Ann Jamaica 11.21 0.1
2 334 Sanchez H., Marielys Republica Dominicana 11.24 0.1
3 158 Bailey, Aleen Jamaica 11.34 0.1
4 335 Chalas F., Fanny Republica Dominicana 11.41 0.1
5 12 Armbrister, Cache Bahamas 11.42 0.1
6 346 Browne, Omhunique St.Kitts And Nevis 11.68 0.1
7 19 Ferguson Mc., Debbie Bahamas 11.85 0.1
— 368 Hackett, Semoy Trinidad & Tobago FS 0.1

Men’s Final Results
1 168 Fisher, Andrew Jamaica 10.14 0.5
2 46 Hinds, Andrew Barbados 10.19 0.5
3 44 Gittens, Ramon Barbados 10.19 0.5
4 24 Hart, Shavez Bahamas 10.23 0.5
5 351 Rogers, Jason St.Kitts And Nevis 10.24 0.5
6 144 Haarris, Adam Guyana 10.24 0.5
7 1 Hughes, Zharnel Anguilla 10.25 0.5
8 21 Fraser, Warren Bahamas 10.30 0.5



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