Jamaica Invitational has masters 100 — into mighty headwind

USA isn’t the only country with masters exhibition events. Saturday in Kingston, the Jamaica International Invitational had a masters men’s 100. Ventseslav “Ventsi” Ivanov writes: “Very strong headwind. Unfortunately, the age of the sprinters is not seen, so it can not be estimated whether the results are good.” Hey, anyone who cracks 12.3 is a superstar in my book! Winner was Michaeal Stewart, whose 12.24 was into a 4 mps wind. That’s about 10 mph. Others were Chester Wiles (12.27) and Samuel Brevett (12.30). Anyone know these gents, or their ages?

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May 5, 2014

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  1. ventsi - May 6, 2014

    It is visible that they are excellent sprinters. Great fight between the first 3 guys till the last meter. Without wind, or with a slight tailwind, their results will definitely be below 12 sec.
    And that is crazy good, if their age is 45 or 50.

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