VCB storms to world leading time at IAAF World Challenge Meet

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Veronica Campbell-Brown stormed to a personal best, world leading time and the
eighth fastest women's 100 metres of all time to highlight the International
Association of Athletics Federations' (IAAF's) World Challenge Golden Spike
Athletic Meet in Ostrava, in the Czech Republic on Tuesday.
A total of 4 Jamaican victories were recorded including one by Usain Bolt.
Veronica Campbell-Brown raced to 10.76 seconds, which is just outside the
national record of 10.73 seconds.
This makes Campbell-Brown the fourth fastest Jamaican ever behind national
record holder Shelly-Ann Fraser, Merlene Ottey and Kerone Stewart and joint
eighth with American Evelyn Ashford on the all time list.
Schillionie Calvert was third in 11.13 seconds.
Usain Bolt meanwhile, equalled his season's best of 9.91 seconds to win the 100
metres ahead of world leader Steve Mullings who clocked 9.97 seconds.
Marvin Anderson stormed to victory in the men's 200 metres clocking a season's
best 20.27 seconds to win ahead of Yohan Blake 20.33 seconds and Mario Forsythe
20.43 seconds.
Jermaine Gonzales posted a season's best 45.08 seconds to win the men's 400
National record holder Dwight Thomas in 13.24 seconds had to settle for second
in the men's 110 metre hurdles behind Cuban winner Dayron Robles.
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