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Sherrylyn A. Toppin

Levi the first

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Quantum Leap schoolboy Levi Cadogan won the men’s 100 metres yesterday when track and field returned to the National Stadium for the firsttime this year with the staging of the Barbados Olympians Classic.
Water was still draining from the track after a sharp shower, and Cadogan pulled away from the field to winin 10.46 seconds. Wibisco Stars’ Rico Tull, back from university in Puerto Rico, was second in 10.58 seconds and Mario Burke of High Performance Programme (HPP) third in 10.61 seconds.
Shekeim Greaves, who had the fastest qualifying time of 10.54 seconds, did not face the starter. He left the track after the heats, clutching his right hamstring, an injury which has dogged him for the past four seasons.
Quantum Leap’s Shakera Reece won the women’s 100 metres in 11.81 seconds. The Freedom Striders duo of Ariel Jackson and Shavonne Husbands were second and third, respectively, in 11.96 and 12.03 in a slight headwind.

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