Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Cadogan off Olympic pace


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HIS TIMES weren’t fantastic but the wins mattered most for sprinter Levi Cadogan at Saturday’s April Classic at the National Stadium.

Representing Quantum Leap, Cadogan won the 100 metres in 10.55 seconds ahead of Fallon Forde, who clocked 10.64 seconds with Jaquone Hoyte third in 10.71 seconds.

Cadogan, with an eye on the Rio Olympics, sped away with the 200 metres in 20.75 seconds, off the qualifying requirement of 20.50. Clubmate Nicholas Deshong was second in 21.23 seconds and the unattached Combermere schoolboy Matthew Clarke clocked 21.58 seconds for third.

Another double winner was CARIFTA medallist, Triston Gibbons, who outclassed the field in the Under-18 boys discus with a mark of 50.19 metres. (AT)

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.

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