Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Hampton Games Day 1

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Memphis Pioneers win the Hampton International Games boys’ under-13 4x100 metres relay, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, in Port of Spain, on July 23. Memphis clocked 54.39 seconds.

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Astrid Casimire anchors Memphis Pioneers to victory in the Hampton International Games girls’ under-17 4x100 metres relay, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, in Port of Spain, on July 23. Memphis clocked 49.46 seconds.

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Natasha Hastings, left, en route to victory in the Hampton International Games women’s 400 metres event, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, in Port of Spain, on July 23. The American quarter-miler clocked 51.64 seconds.

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Candyce McGrone, left, whips her rivals in the Hampton International Games women’s invitational 100 metres event, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, in Port of Spain, on July 23. The American sprinter got to the line in 11.18 seconds, beating Trinidad and Tobago’s Ayanna Hutchinson (11.53), centre, into second spot.

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Trinidad and Tobago’s Aaron Armstrong, left, strikes gold in the Hampton International Games men’s invitational 100 metres event, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, in Port of Spain, on July 23. Armstrong stopped the clock at 10.13 seconds to finish first in section two and first overall. Another T&T sprinter, Darrel Brown, centre, was second in section two and sixth overall in 10.32.

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Jamaican Oshane Bailey, centre, and Trinidad and Tobago’s Emmanuel Callender, right, battle to the line in the Hampton International Games men’s invitational 100 metres event, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, in Port of Spain, on July 23. Bailey was first in section one and second overall in 10.18 seconds, while Callender clocked 10.19 to finish second in section one and third overall.

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Neon Trackers win the Hampton International Games girls’ under-11 4x100 metres relay, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, in Port of Spain, on July 23. Neon Trackers clocked 58.74 seconds.

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American Rob Novak, right, tops the Hampton International Games men’s 1,500 metres event, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, in Port of Spain, on July 23. Novak got home in three minutes, 56.13 seconds, forcing Guyana's Cleveland Forde, left, to settle for silver, in 3:57.41.

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Trinidad and Tobago runners, Pilar McShine, right, and Dawnel Collymore, during the early stages of the Hampton International Games women’s 1,500 metres event, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, in Port of Spain, on July 23. McShine won in four minutes, 25.57 seconds, while Collymore was second in 4:51.34.

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Jamaica's Oral Thompson, centre, captures the Hampton International Games men’s 400 metres title, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, in Port of Spain, on July 23. Bahamian Latoy Williams clocked 46.18 to secure the runner-up spot, while bronze was bagged by T&T's Jarrin Solomon, left, in 46.27. Another T&T quarter-miler, Zwede Hewitt, right, was fourth in 46.45.

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Ginnie Crawford, right, en route to victory in the Hampton International Games women’s 100 metres hurdles, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, in Port of Spain, on July 23. The American got to the line in 12.91 seconds.Celriece Law (13.46), centre, copped second spot, while her fellow American, Landria Buckley (13.97), left, was fifth.

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Petrotrin, Pointe-a-Pierre athlete Kayelle Clarke (718) wins the Hampton International Games girls’ under-17 400 metres event, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, in Port of Spain, on July 23. Clarke clocked 59.11 seconds.