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PROTRACK » International Results & News » Nesta Carter smashes PB and Aussies turn out in Rieti

Nesta Carter smashes PB and Aussies turn out in Rieti

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Carter dashes 9.78sec in Rieti - IAAF World Challenge
Diego Sampaolo for the IAAF
29 August 2010


Jamaican Nesta Carter stole the sprint show with a fantastic men’s 100 metres, a 9.78 PB run (+0.9m/s wind) which equalled American Tyson Gay’s world seasonal best from London Samsung League meeting, making the Jamaican the fourth fastest man of all-time.

It was a fabulous 100m with five men under 10 seconds and the sixth and seventh clocking 10.00. Ryan Bailey smashed his PB with 9.88 beating Jamaican Mario Forsythe, third in 9.95, European champion Christophe Lemaitre, fourth in a new French record of 9.97, and Michael Frater from Jamaica, fifth in 9.98.

Michael Rodgers finished sixth in 10.00 to edge Jaysuma Saidy Ndure, who set a new Norwegian record of 10.00 to wrap-up a great 100 metres.

The heats were an anticipation of the fireworks in the final. Ndure won the first (1.0m/s) of the two in 10.07 beating Frater (10.12) and Carter (10.13). In the second (1.1m/s), Bailey smashed his PB clocking 9.95 beating Lemaitre who equalled his French record and European seasonal best with 9.98, his second ever sub-10 seconds time. Forsythe finished third also dipping under 10 seconds with 9.99 in a remarkable race for a heat.

Men - 100 Metres - Final - Wind: +0.9 m/s
1 Nesta Carter JAM 9.78
2 Ryan Bailey USA 9.88
3 Mario Forsythe JAM 9.95
4 Christophe Lemaître FRA 9.97
5 Michael Frater JAM 9.98
6 Mike Rodgers USA 10.00
7 Jaysuma Saidy Ndure NOR 10.00
8 Daniel Bailey ANT 10.11

Men - 100 Metres - Heat 1 - Wind: +1.0 m/s
1 Jaysuma Saidy Ndure NOR 10.07
2 Michael Frater JAM 10.12
3 Nesta Carter JAM 10.13
4 Richard Thompson TRI 10.13
5 J-Mee Samuels USA 10.15
6 Simone Collio ITA 10.24
7 Aaron Rouge-Serret AUS 10.32
8 Maurizio Checcucci ITA 10.45

Men - 100 Metres - Heat 2 - Wind : +1.1 m/s
1 Ryan Bailey USA 9.95
2 Christophe Lemaître FRA 9.98
3 Mario Forsythe JAM 9.99
4 Daniel Bailey ANT 10.09
5 Mike Rodgers USA 10.10
6 Emanuele Di Gregorio ITA 10.20
7 Lerone Clarke JAM 10.23
8 Marlon Devonish GBR 10.25


Jamaican Sherone Simpson, Olympic silver medallist in Beijing, took the women’s dash in 11.11 win in the women’s 100 metres to edge Debbie Ferguson McKenzie by 0.04.

Women - 100 Metres - Wind: +0.6 m/s
1 Sherone Simpson JAM 11.11
2 Debbie Ferguson-McKenzie BAH 11.15
3 Mikele Barber USA 11.21
4 Gloria Asumnu USA 11.27
5 Aleen Bailey JAM 11.31
6 Melissa Breen AUS 11.59
7 Giulia Arcioni ITA 11.78


Spearmon 19.85
Wallace Spearmon, 200 metres Samsung Diamond League winner, stormed to an impressive 19.85 in the men’s 200 metres (0.6m/s), just 0.06 sec slower than his best time set in Zurich when he lifted the Diamond League Trophy. Double Olympic 400 Hurdles champion Angelo Taylor lowered his PB to 20.23. Marc Schneeberger also ran the fastest race of his career with 20.42.

Men - 200 Metres - Wind: +0.6 m/s
1 Wallace Spearmon USA 19.85
2 Angelo Taylor USA 20.23
3 Marc Schneeberger SUI 20.42
4 Paul Hession IRL 20.72
5 Matt Davies AUS 20.82
6 Roberto Donati ITA 20.89
7 Lancford Davis JAM 21.07
8 Alessandro Cavallaro ITA 21.44


Women - 400 Metres
1 Tatyana Firova RUS 50.25
2 Natasha Hastings USA 50.87
3 Libania Grenot ITA 51.20
4 Monica Hargrove USA 52.34
5 Jody Henry AUS 52.64
6 Antonina Yefremova UKR 52.75
7 Maria Enrica Spacca ITA 52.80
8 Marta Milani ITA 52.87


Men - 3000 Metres
1 Tariku Bekele ETH 7:28.70
2 Bernard Lagat USA 7:29.00
3 Edwin Cheruiyot Soi KEN 7:29.75
4 John Kipkoech KEN 7:32.72
5 Chris Solinsky USA 7:34.32
6 Bouabdellah Tahri FRA 7:35.50
7 Collis Birmingham AUS 7:38.77
8 Essa Ismail Rashed QAT 7:39.61
9 Adrian Blincoe NZL 7:46.38
10 Daniel Huling USA 7:46.97
11 Thomas Pkemei Longosiwa KEN 7:48.67
12 Suleiman Kipses Simotwo KEN 7:49.41
13 Serhiy Lebid UKR 7:49.45
14 Galen Rupp USA 7:50.46
15 Isaac Kiprono Songok KEN 7:52.59
Yusuf Kibet Biwott KEN DNF
Collins Cheboi


Women - 400 Metres Hurdles
1 Sheena Tosta USA 54.71
2 Zuzana Hejnová CZE 54.99
3 Nickiesha Wilson JAM 55.07
4 Lauren Boden AUS 55.48
5 Nicole Leach USA 55.84
6 Manuela Gentili ITA 56.68
7 Dominique Darden USA 58.51
8 Kaliese Spencer JAM 1:22.45






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