Hazel Clark is getting back into fine shape, running 1:59.82 to get her first sub 2:00 minute at 800-meters this outdoor season at the Ponce Grand Prix in Puerto Rico.
Former University of Houston sprinter Eboni Floyd placed third in the 100 and came back hard to win the deuce in 22.8. That will help get the up and coming sprinter get into the big races coming up.
Danny McFarland ran an impressive 48.77 in the 400 hurdles and former Baylor standout Bayano Kamani of Panama took fourth in 49.64.
World indoor 60m champion Angela Williams on the U.S. brought her success outdoors winning in 11.32 at 100-meters. Olympic champion Dwight Phillips was upset by Brian Johnson in a great long jump battle.
David Payne made a successful season's debut over the barriers with a 13.49-second victory in the 110m Hurdles, ahead of Aubrey Herring in 13.52 and Jamaica's Richard Phillips ran 13.56.
Kellie Wells of the U.S. ran 12.71 over the women’s 100m hurdles to equal that time for the second time this season.
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By Jay Hicks.