A twenty years old Micah Williams has again proved that he’s has come of age by comfortable taking collegiate 100m lead in a facility record and personal record of 9.86s (0.7) to win his quarter final few minutes ago at NCAA West preliminary.
Then Nigeria World 200m Junior Champion, Udodi Onwuzurike followed suit in a sensational manner by recording two personal best in both 100m and 200m. He set a new personal best of 10.03s and 20.08s to gallantly qualify for NCAA final.
But in the Eastern preliminary, the 400m specialist Randolph Ross equally went hard in a collegiate 400m lead time of 44.23s. A Nigeria Dumem Amene hit a personal best of 45.51s to qualify from sixth position.
In the 100m, Liberia giant Joseph Fahnbulleh combed both the two sprint. He won 100m in 10.04s with Boling (10.18s), Nigeria Ashe (10.12s) and Alaba (10.18) qualified. Alaba Akintola later also qualified in 200m but for inexplicable reason, Nigeria Godson Oghenebrume did not show up for his 100m race.