Jamaica's Tina Clayton the winner of the gold in 100m at world's junior

Defending champion Tina Clayton of Jamaica crushed the final of the women’s 100m at the 2022 U20 World track and field championships on Wednesday after clocking 10.95 seconds to win gold and breaking her own national junior record of 10.9seconds 10her at the Pascual Guerrero Olympic Stadium in Cali, Colombia on Wednesday, 3 August.

Tina Clayton and Serena Cole gold and silver medalist in the world junior  championships 100m
Clayton (left) and silver medallist Serena Cole followed the women’s #100m final.

The 10.95 surpassed the previous national Under-20 record she set on June 24 at the Jamaican trials when beating the 10.97 recorded by Briana Williams in 2021.

It was a one-two finish for Jamaica as Serena Cole secured the silver medal in 11.14 seconds.

 Shawnti Jackson, the daughter of 2005 world 400m hurdles champion Bershawn Jackson, won the bronze medal in 11.15, which represents a new personal best.

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