Watch: Yohan Blake Clinch Victory from Nickel Ashmeade To Win 100m Finals #JaSeniorTrials

bailey-cole and Yohan Blake Jamaica Trials photos by Bryan Cummings

Usain Bolt withdrew from the JAAA Supreme Ventures National Senior Trials, last evening and did not compete in the men’s 100m. Bolt, Blake, Ashmeade and Bailey Cole all looked comfortable in the earlier rounds. However, this was the finals and everyone would be required to run their heart out, if they hoped to qualify. In the end, it was the ‘saved one’ who clinched the victory by the nose.

Yohan Blake is once again the national 100 metres champion. It was truly a photo finish as all the runners dug deep, in the men’s 100m finals.

Section 1       Finals       Wind: 0.7
  1. Blake, Yohan – 9.95#
  2. Ashmeade, Nickel – 9.96#
  3. Minzie, Jevaughn – 10.02#
  4.  Powell, Asafa – 10.03#
  5. Bailey-Cole, Kemar – 10.03#
  6. Givans, Senoj-Jay – 10.06#
  7. Livermore, Jason – 10.19

 

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  1. Reblogged this on Denise N. Fyffe and commented:

    Usain Bolt withdrew from the JAAA Supreme Ventures National Senior Trials, last evening and did not compete in the men’s 100m. Bolt, Blake, Ashmeade and Bailey Cole all looked comfortable in the earlier rounds. However, this was the finals and everyone would be required to run their heart out, if they hoped to qualify. In the end, it was the ‘saved one’ who clinched the victory by the nose.

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