Clarke misses out on podium end after spectacular 400m hurdles show

Shock bundle Roshawn Clarke concluded his first world senior meet with an excellent fourth-place efficiency within the males’s 400m hurdles ultimate on Wednesday night.

Competing in entrance of a packed Nationwide Athletics Centre in Budapest, Hungary, in opposition to a top quality discipline, the 19-year-old did not repeat his private greatest and Beneath-20 World Document of 47.34 seconds established on Monday, however ran properly sufficient to cross the road in 48.07 seconds.

Males’s 400m Hurdles Highlights

The occasion was gained by World Document holder Karsten Warholm of Norway in 46.89 seconds, with Kyron McMaster of the British Virgin Islands taking the silver medal in 47.34 seconds, and Rai Benjamin of the US taking the bronze medal in 47.56 seconds.

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Clarke, Jamaica’s Nationwide Champion, ran a life-time greatest and Nationwide Document 47.34 seconds within the semi-finals on Monday to advance to the ultimate. The occasion was gained by Warholm in 47.09 seconds.

Ladies’s 400m Highlights

Candice McLeod was the opposite Jamaican contesting a ultimate, the ladies’s 400m, however she completed in seventh place in 51.08 seconds, properly behind winner, Marileidy Paulino of the Dominican Republic with 48.76 seconds, a Nationwide Document.

Natalia Kaczmarek of Poland was second in 49.57 seconds, with Sada Williams of Barbados repeating her bronze medal efficiency in 49.60 seconds.

Ladies’s 100m Semi-Finals Highlights

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Two Jamaicans superior to the ultimate from the ladies’s 100m hurdles semi-finals, whereas one suffered heartbreak by being pipped as one of many quickest losers.

Ackera Nugent ran 12.60 seconds to complete second to World Document holder, Nigeria’s Tobi Amusan (12.58 seconds) in Warmth Two, whereas Danielle Williams with a season greatest 12.50 seconds, completed in third place behind Puerto Rico’s Jasmine Camacho-Quinn (112.41 seconds) and American Nia Ali in 12.49 seconds.

Ladies’s Triple Leap Semi-Finals Highlights

Shanieka Ricketts and Kimberly Williams progressed by way of to the ladies’s triple soar ultimate, slated for Thursday night.

Ricketts produced a season greatest 14.67m to win Group A with Cuba’s Leyanis Hernandez (14.50m) taking third place, whereas Williams jumped 14.30m for fourth place in Group B, which was gained by Dominica’s Thea Lafond with a Nationwide Document 14.62m.

Cuba’s Liadagmis Povea was third with 14.31m , whereas Jamaica’s Ackelia Smith – 13.95m for eighth and The Bahamas’ Charisma Taylor (13.51m) for 13th place.

Males’s 200m Semi-Finals Highlights

Andrew Hudson (20.25 seconds) was second in Warmth Two and Rasheed Dwyer (20.40 seconds) was third in Warmth 5 because the Jamaicans superior to the semi-finals within the males’s 200m heats.

Nadale Buntin (20.90 seconds) of St Kitts and Nevis did not advance however Alexander Ogando of the Dominican Republic ran 20.14 to advance from Warmth Seven.

Ladies’s 200m Semi-Finals Highlights

Three of the 4 Jamaicans made it out of the heats and into the semi-finals of the ladies’s 200m. Shericka Jackson (22.51), Natalliah Whyte (22.44 seconds) and Kevona Davis (22.49) all made progress, however no such luck for Ashanti Moore (23.12 seconds) who completed simply exterior the qualifying place in fifth place.

Anthonique Strachan of The Bahamas in 22.31 seconds, Adeejah Hodge (22.82 seconds) of the British Virgin Islands and Julien Alfred of St Lucia with 22.31 seconds all progressed to the semis.

Males’s Lengthy Leap Semi-Finals Highlights

In the meantime, on a brilliant be aware, all three male lengthy jumpers superior to the ultimate slated for Thursday.

Wayne Pinnock with a World Main 8.54m led all jumpers into the ultimate of the boys’s lengthy soar alongside compatriots Carey McLeod (8.19m) and 2019 World Champion Tajay Gayle (8.12m) and Cuba’s Alejandro Parada (8.13m) superior.

Adelle Tracey with a season greatest 1:59.82 minutes and Natoya Goule-Toppin (1:59.64 minutes) progressed to the semi-finals, whereas Cuba’s Rose Almanza (2:01.33 minutes) missed out.

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