World Leading Performances From JuVaughn Harrison, Noah Williams As Deborah Acquah Breaks Fourteen Years Old National Record

At the LSU Alumni Gold Meet in Baton Rouge some minutes ago, the Ghanian Deborah Acquah was in the best form of her life as she jumped smashed Ghana 6.70m fourteen years old long jump record held by Ruky Abdulai. Acquah jumped 6.81m to win.

NCAA double champion, JuVaughn Harrison shot to the top in long jump world ranking by soared to 8.44m to win. Another world leading time was recorded in men 400m as Noah Williams cough out 44.30s.

Nigeria new sensation, Favour Ofili was second in 400m in 51.49s.

In the 100m, Aleia Hobbs was quick in 10.91s compare to Tamara Clark 10.96s.

Fastest man over 200m this season, Terrance Laird was again impressive in 19.82s (2.4) win.

By discernsportblog

Former sprinter, Taewondo and Badminton Player. Sport Physiotherapist

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