World Championships sprint relay gold medallist, Kemar Bailey-Cole, won the men's 100 metres at the ISTAF Athletics Meeting in Berlin, Germany yesterday.
Bailey-Cole clocked 10.04 seconds to beat veteran St Kitts and Nevis sprinter, Kim Collins, 10.15 and Norway's Jasuma Saidy Ndure, 10.17.
In the women's 100 metres, veteran Jamaican sprinter, Aleen Bailey, was sixth in 11.60. The event was won by American, LaKeisha Lawson, in 11.18, ahead of Germany's Verena Sailer, 11.32 and Ashleigh Nelson of Great Britain, 11.45.
Jamaica's Kerron Stewart, 23.03 seconds, took third in the women's 200 metres won in 22.77 by American, Tiffany Townsend. Another American, ChaRonda Williams, was second in 22.82, while Bailey was seventh in 23.56.
In the men's long jump, recent World Championships finalist, Damar Forbes, had a best of 7.77 metres for fourth place behind Germany's Christian Reif, 8.11m, South Africa's Godfrey Mokoena, 8.08m and Salim Sdiri of France, 7.87m.