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Michelle-Lee Ahye opened her 2024 indoor campaign with victory at the Meeting Elite en Salle de Mondeville, in France, last Wednesday.

Ahye topped the women’s 60 metres “B” final in 7.26 seconds. The Trinidad and Tobago sprinter was third fastest on the day, behind joint-“A” final winners, Orlann Oliere of France and Hungarian Boglarka Takacs. Both Oliere and Takacs clocked 7.21. In the qualifying round, Ahye was fourth in heat two and seventh overall in 7.32 seconds.

At the Clemson Tiger Paw Invitational, in South Carolina, Eric Harrison secured Men’s 60m gold in 6.59 seconds, equalling the personal best he had clocked in topping the semi-final round. Harrison produced a 6.68 run in the opening round. University of Pittsburgh senior Clement Campbell was 50th in 6.89.

Portious Warren threw 17.83 metres to finish second in the Women’s invitational shot put. Che Lara was 38th overall in the men’s 400m in 47.67 seconds.

At the Eagle Elite meet, in Massachusetts, Kelsey Daniel struck gold in the Men’s triple jump with a 16.07 metres effort. The University of Texas junior produced a 7.44m leap for fourth spot in the long jump.

University of Southern California (USC) freshman Nathan Cumberbatch was sixth fastest in the Men’s 800m in one minute, 48.66 seconds. Villanova University’s Amiri Prescod was 14th in the men’s 60m in 6.87 seconds.

At the Darius Dixon Memorial Invitational, in Virginia, Reese Webster won the women’s 60m dash in 7.40 seconds. The Liberty University sophomore was third fastest in the women’s invitational 200 in a personal best 23.66.

Liberty’s Omari Lewis finished fourth in the Men’s 60m final in 6.76 seconds after clocking 6.71 in the semi-final round. Another Liberty athlete, Reese’s brother Revell Webster was 13th in the men’s invitational 400m in 49.26.

At the Track and Field Coalition of United States (TFCUSA) National Championship, in Alabama, Sanaa Frederick and her twin sister, Sole Frederick finished first and third, respectively, in the Women’s 60m dash, clocking 7.51 seconds and 7.53. Sole won the 200 in an indoor best 23.55.

In Texas, University of Houston junior Dillon Leacock claimed Howie Ryan Invitational Men’s 600 yards gold in 1:10.49.

At the Gaucho Invitational, in Arizona, Central Arizona College freshman Joshua Mascall finished first in the Men’s 400m in 48.56 seconds.

Jacksonville University’s Joanna Rogers clocked a personal best 7.68 seconds for fifth spot in the Florida University Last Chance meet women’s 60m final.

At the Jarvis Scott Open, in Texas, Taejha Badal secured sixth spot in the Women’s 60m final in 7.43 seconds. The Texas State University sophomore got home in a personal best 7.37 in the preliminaries. Badal was 11th fastest in the 200 in 23.99.

Northwestern State University’s Ianna Roach finished sixth in the women’s weight throw “B” section with a 16.06m effort. Roach threw 14.13m for 12th spot in the shot put. South Plains College freshman Stefan Camejo clocked 1:12.62 for 12th in the men’s 600 yards. Renny Quow was 17th in the Men’s 200m in 21.87 seconds. Wayland Baptist University’s Lorenzo Luces was 18th in the Men’s long jump “B” section with a 6.53m leap.

At the Don Kirby Elite Invitational, in New Mexico, Eastern New Mexico University junior Timothy Frederick was seventh in the Men’s invitational 200m in 21.21 seconds.

At the Badger Windy City Invitational, in Illinois, DePaul University’s Dominic Cole was seventh in the Men’s 200m in 21.90 seconds and 13th in the 60m dash in 6.90. University of South Florida (USF) student, Antonia Sealy finished 14th in the Women’s long jump with a 5.42m leap and 17th in the 60m hurdles in 8.93.

At the Husky Classic, in Washington, Jaydon Moore produced a 6.96 seconds run to finish fourth in his section and eighth overall in the Men’s 60m finals. The Multnomah University junior had clocked 6.89 in the preliminaries.

At the Big Apple Invitational, in New York, Long Island University (LIU) senior Renaldo Alleyne-Noreiga was eighth in the Men’s 60m dash in 7.02 seconds. Also in New York, Alleyne-Noreiga clocked 7.02 for 14th spot in the Fastrack National Invite 60.

At the England Athletics Open U20/U17/U15 Indoor Championships, in Sheffield, Cheyne West finished eighth in the Boys Under-20 60m hurdles final in 8.14 seconds. West had clocked 8.10 in the qualifying round.

At the Tyson Invitational, in Arkansas, USA, Barton Community College’s Christopher Crawford threw 17.44m to finish ninth in the men’s shot put. Crawford was 25th in the weight throw at 16.47.

Jonathan Farinha clocked 21.21 seconds for tenth spot in the Men’s 200m. His twin brother and Butler Community College team-mate, Nathan Farinha was 35th in 21.77. University of Mississippi senior Akilah Lewis was 15th in Women’s 60m qualifying in 7.52. Louisiana State University (LSU) sophomore Shakeem McKay finished 26th overall in the Men’s 400m in 47.46.

At the Millrose Games, in New York, Dylan Woodruffe was fifth in his section and ninth overall in the Boys Under-20 300m in 34.60 seconds.

In Alabama, Hinds Community College sophomore Rinaldo Moore finished tenth overall in the Samford Bulldog Open men’s 400m in 49.52 seconds.

At the Spire Indoor Games, in Ohio, Jamario Russell was 11th in the Men’s 200m in 22.42 seconds and 21st in the 60m dash in 7.10.

In Massachusetts, Monroe College freshman Chazz Alexander finished 78th overall in the David Hemery Valentine Invitational Men’s 400m in 49.56 seconds. Tufts University junior Ethan Forde was 93rd in 49.95.

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