WATCH: Jamaica’s Tina Clayton Wins Women’s World U-20 100m Final!

On Thursday, Jamaica’s Tina Clayton ran a personal best of 11.09 to win the women’s 100m event at the 2021 World U20 Championships in Nairobi.

The 17-year-old Edwin Allen High School star had an excellent start and pulled away from the field to earn gold. 

Beatrice Masilingi of Namibia won silver with a time of 11.39.

Switzerland’s Melissa GutSchmidt ran 11.51 to take the bronze medal.

  

 Clayton’s teammate Kerrica Hill finished seventh in 11.61.

Cuba’s representative – Juan Carley Vasquez Gomez won the shot put competition with a throw of 19.73m, edging Yauheni Bryhi of Belarus, who throw a personal best 19.70m for the silver medal. Jepthe Vogel of Switzerland won the bronze medal with his best effort of 19.16m.


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