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IAAF World Championships Beijing: The Jamaican teams win both 4x100m men and women races with top sprinters Usain Bolt and Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce

The Jamaicans have dominated the sprint races in Beijing, China. The anchors, Usain Bolt and Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce, blazed on the final legs and shut down all challengers. They have gold in the men’s 100m, 200m and 4*100m. The women have gold in the 100m and the 4*100m. It has been a really good nine days for the top sprint team in the world, Jamaica. They have remained respectful and humble.

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By: Denise N. Fyffe

The Jamaicans have dominated the sprint races in Beijing, China. The anchors, Usain Bolt and Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce, blazed on the final legs and shut down all challengers. They have gold in the men’s 100m, 200m and 4*100m. The women have gold in the 100m and the 4*100m. It has been a really good nine days for the top sprint team in the world, Jamaica. They have remained respectful and humble.

The USA team which came in second in both women’s sprint relays, were properly beaten by several metres in both cases. However, at the time of their celebration for the men’s team, they were disqualified.

Its pure excitement at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015. The Chinese have put on an intriguing and amped up show; congrats to them.

Men’s 4*100m finals

POS BIB ATHLETE COUNTRY MARK REACTION TIME
1 JAM JAMAICA JAMJAM 37.36

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IAAF World Championships Beijing: Watch Elaine Thompson looking like a top contender for the 200m gold, Sherone Simpson and Veronica Campbell Brown qualifies

All the Jamaican women have made the 200m finals on day 6 in Beijing China. The ladies who lined up include Elaine Thompson who looked really good in her race, but slowed down drastically, again, at the line. One wonders if this will cost her in the future, if she does not break this bad habit, that many Jamaican runners seem to have. Sherone Simpson ran her heart out to finish in the top two and Veronica Campbell Brown stayed in her lane.

THE ISLAND JOURNAL

By: Denise N. Fyffe

All the Jamaican women have made the 200m finals on day 6 in Beijing China. The ladies who lined up include Elaine Thompson who looked really good in her race, but slowed down drastically, again, at the line. One wonders if this will cost her in the future, if she does not break this bad habit, that many Jamaican runners seem to have. Sherone Simpson ran her heart out to finish in the top two and Veronica Campbell Brown stayed in her lane.

Veronica Campbell Brown (JAM)  of Women’s 200M semifinals IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Elaine THOMPSON (JAM) wins  Women’s 200m semifinals IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Sherone SIMPSON (JAM) 2nd Women’s 200m semifinals at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

POS RANK HEAT BIB ATHLETE COUNTRY RESULTS WIND
1 1 3 383 Dina ASHER-SMITH GBRGBR 22.12 Q PB -0.1
2 1 1 520 Elaine THOMPSON JAMJAM 22.13

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IAAF World Championships Beijing: Usain Bolt and Nickel Ashmeade qualify for 200m finals

Usain Bolt was easy in the 200m semi finals, doing just enough to qualify for the finals. He and Nickel Ashmeade will represent Jamaica in the finals at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015.

THE ISLAND JOURNAL

By: Denise N. Fyffe

Usain Bolt was easy in the 200m semi finals, doing just enough to qualify for the finals. He and Nickel Ashmeade will represent Jamaica in the finals at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015.

Usain Bolt 1st in the 200m semifinals at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Nickel Ashmeade 2nd and Warren Weir 7th in 200m semifinals at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Julian Forte 8th in 200m heats at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

POS RANK HEAT BIB ATHLETE COUNTRY RESULTS WIND
1 1 2 1017 Justin GATLIN USAUSA 19.87 Q -0.2
2 1 3 620 Usain BOLT JAMJAM 19.95 Q SB +0.8
3 2 3 846 Anaso JOBODWANA RSARSA 20.01 Q PB +0.8
4 2 2 786 Alonso EDWARD PANPAN 20.02 Q -0.2
5 3 2 831 Femi OGUNODE QATQAT 20.05 q NR -0.2
6 3 3 957 Ramil GULIYEV TURTUR 20.10 q +0.8
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IAAF World Championships Beijing: Watch Veronica Campbell Brown run outside her lane in the 200m heats

On day 5, the Jamaican women are on the field attempting to qualify for the 200m semi final. The ladies who lined include Elaine Thompson, Sherone Simpson and Veronica Campbell Brown. All hearts stopped when VCB ran outside of her lane into the other lane, but was not disqualified. She was ahead of the other athlete and caused no blocking at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015.

THE ISLAND JOURNAL

By: Denise N. Fyffe

On day 5, the Jamaican women are on the field attempting to qualify for the 200m semi final. The ladies who lined include Elaine Thompson, Sherone Simpson and Veronica Campbell Brown. All hearts stopped when VCB ran outside of her lane into the other lane, but was not disqualified. She was ahead of the other athlete and caused no blocking at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015.

Veronica Campbell Brown (JAM)  of Women’s 200M Heats IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Elaine THOMPSON (JAM) wins  Women’s 200m Heats IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Sherone SIMPSON (JAM) 2nd Women’s 200m Heats at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

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IAAF World Championships Beijing: Watch Christine Day, Stephenie Ann Mcpherson and Novlene Williams-Mills qualify for 400m finals

On Day 4 of the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015, the Jamaican women, Christine Day, Stephenie Ann Mcpherson, Shericka Jackson and Novlene Williams-Mills were fresh in the blocks and all qualified for the 400m finals in Beijing, China.

THE ISLAND JOURNAL

By: Denise N. Fyffe

On Day 4 of the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015, the Jamaican women, Christine DayStephenie Ann Mcpherson, Shericka Jackson and Novlene Williams-Mills were fresh in the blocks and all qualified for the 400m finals in Beijing, China.

Christine Day (JAM) 2nd in Heat 1 of Women’s 400m in IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Stephenie Ann Mcpherson (JAM) 2nd in Heat 2 of Women’s 400m in IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Shericka JACKSON (JAM)  and Novlene WILLIAMS-MILLS (JAM) 2nd and 3rd in Heat 3 of Women’s 400m in IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

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IAAF World Championships Beijing: Usain Bolt, Warren Weir and Jamaica’s men qualify for the 200m semifinals

The 200m was not a great challenge for the Usain Bolt and the Jamaican’s as they did just enough to qualify for the 200m semifinals at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015. All sprinters did well at the men’s 200m heats in Beijing China.

THE ISLAND JOURNAL

By: Denise N. Fyffe

The 200m was not a great challenge for the Usain Bolt and the Jamaican’s as they did just enough to qualify for the 200m semifinals at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015. All sprinters did well at the men’s 200m heats in Beijing China.

There is an obvious lesson that many sprinters have not yet mastered and that is not to slow down or celebrate on or before the line. This World Championships is rife with the unprofessional act and many are paying for it; so too are the Jamaicans.

Usain Bolt 1st in Heat 3 of the 200m heats at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Nickel Ashmeade 3rd in Heat 2 of the 200m heats at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Julian Forte 2nd in 200m heats at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Warren Weir 2nd in 200m heats at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

HEAT 3…

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IAAF World Championships Beijing: Watch Jamaica’s Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce win the Women’s 100m

Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce dominates again on day 4 of the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015. She held off all comers and maintained her form to win the 100ms race. The Belgian, Dafne Schippers and the American, Torie Bowie came in second and third. VCB finished fourth and Natasha Morrison came in seventh. It was a great race.

THE ISLAND JOURNAL

By: Denise N. Fyffe

Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce dominates again on day 4 of the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015. She held off all comers and maintained her form to win the 100ms race. The Belgian, Dafne Schippers and the American, Torie Bowie came in second and third. VCB finished fourth and Natasha Morrison came in seventh. It was a great race.

Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce (JAM) 1st 10.76 in the finals of the Women’s 100M at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

POS BIB ATHLETE COUNTRY MARK REACTION TIME
1 510 Shelly-Ann FRASER-PRYCE JAMJAM 10.76 0.161
2 622 Dafne SCHIPPERS NEDNED 10.81 NR 0.129
3 865 Tori BOWIE USAUSA 10.86 0.153
4 508 Veronica CAMPBELL-BROWN JAMJAM 10.91 0.137
5 806 Michelle-Lee AHYE TTOTTO 10.98 0.145
6 807 Kelly-Ann BAPTISTE TTOTTO 11.01 0.127
7 519 Natasha MORRISON JAMJAM 11.02 0.200
8 637 Blessing OKAGBARE NGRNGR 11.02 0.185

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IAAF World Championships Beijing: Watch Kaliese Spencer and Janieve Russell qualify for 400m hurdles final

Jamaica’s women did well in the Women’s 400m hurdles semifinal. Both Kaliese Spencer and Janieve Russell have made it through to the finals comfortably on day 4 of the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015.

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By: Denise N. Fyffe

Jamaica’s women did well in the Women’s 400m hurdles semifinal. Both Kaliese Spencer and Janieve Russell have made it through to the finals comfortably on day 4 of the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015.

Kaliese Spencer SPENCER (JAM) 2nd 54.45 in Semifinal of Women’s 400M IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Janieve Russell (JAM) 2nd 54.78 in Semifinal of Women’s 400M IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

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IAAF World Championships Beijing: Watch Javon Francis, Rusheen McDonald and Peter Matthews in 400m semifinals

On day 4 of the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015 the Jamaican men, Javon Francis, Rusheen McDonald and Peter Matthews were not in top form. After yesterday’s fast times in the 400m heat qualifiers, they did not have the legs, today, to take them to the front of the pack. Therefore, Jamaica will not be represented in the men’s 400m finals.

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By: Denise N. Fyffe

On day 4 of the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015 the Jamaican men, Javon Francis, Rusheen McDonald and Peter Matthews were not in top form. After yesterday’s fast times in the 400m heat qualifiers, they did not have the legs, today, to take them to the front of the pack. Therefore, Jamaica will not be represented in the men’s 400m finals.

Javon Francis (JAM) 4th in Heat 3 of Men’s 400M  IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Peter Matthews (JAM) 8th in Men’s 400M Semifinal at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Rusheen McDonald (JAM) finished 6th in his 400M semifinal  at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

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IAAF World Championships Beijing: Watch VCB qualifies and Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce dominating her semifinal in 100m

Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce came out on day 4 to prove that she was still in top form. The Jamaican sprinter easily won her semi-final with more left in the tank in Beijing today, at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015. Veronica Campbell Brown came in second and Natasha Morrison ran third in their races.

THE ISLAND JOURNAL

By: Denise N. Fyffe

Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce came out on day 4 to prove that she was still in top form. The Jamaican sprinter easily won her semi-final with more left in the tank in Beijing today, at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015. Veronica Campbell Brown came in second and Natasha Morrison ran third in their races.

Veronica Campbell Brown (JAM)  of Women’s 100M  IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce (JAM) wins 10.82 Women’s 100m Semi Final IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Natasha Morrison (JAM) 3rd Women’s 100m Semifinal at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

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IAAF World Championships Beijing: Watch Novlene Williams-Mills, Christine Day and Stephenie Ann Mcpherson and Jamaica’s Women qualify in 400m

On Day 3 of the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015, the Jamaican women showed their form and dominance in the 400m heats. The early starters, Christine Day and Stephenie Ann Mcpherson came first and held off challenges at the end.

THE ISLAND JOURNAL

By: Denise N. Fyffe

On Day 3 of the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015, the Jamaican women showed their form and dominance in the 400m heats. The early starters, Christine Day and Stephenie Ann Mcpherson came first and held off challenges at the end.

Christine Day (JAM) 1st in Heat 3 of Women’s 400M in IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Stephenie Ann Mcpherson (JAM) (JAM) 1st in Heat 4 of Women’s 400M in IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Shericka JACKSON (JAM) 2nd in Heat 5 of Women’s 400M in IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Novlene WILLIAMS-MILLS (JAM) 2nd in Heat 6 of Women’s 400m in IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

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IAAF World Championships Beijing: Watch Usain Bolt dominate the in 100m finals

It was business as usual for Usain Bolt. He answered all questions and performed when it mattered. He, the Jamaican, is still the World’s number one sprinter.

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By: Denise N. Fyffe

Usain Bolt IAAF 2015 winner

It was business as usual for Usain Bolt. He answered all questions and performed when it mattered. He, the Jamaican, is still the World’s number one sprinter.

Justin Gaitlin did not perform as expected and succumbed to the psychological pressure. He was flailing  and dipped very early. Usain Bolt maintained his form and pushed through to the end. at the 100m finals at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015.

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IAAF World Championships Beijing: Exciting Watch Usain Bolt and Asafa Powell qualify for the finals of 100m

Excitement was in the air for the men’s 100m semifinals in Beijing China. Usain Bolt and Asafa Powell both made it through to the next round. However, Usain Bolt tripped in his start and caused heart palpitations for many. The big man recovered to win his heat.

THE ISLAND JOURNAL

By: Denise N. Fyffe

Excitement was in the air for the men’s 100m semifinals in Beijing China. Usain Bolt and Asafa Powell  both made it through to the next round. However, Usain Bolt tripped in his start and caused heart palpitations for many. The big man recovered to win his heat.

Asafa Powell came in second, his race with 9.97 100m semifinals at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Usain Bolt having to dig in and recover for his race, 100m semifinals at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Nickel Ashmeade is out of the finals, his 100m race at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

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IAAF World Championships Beijing: Watch Javon Francis and Jamaica’s Men qualify in 400m

On day 2 of the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015 many athletes were showing their quality and preparation in the men’s 400m. The Jamaicans did not disappoint. A National Record was achieved in the heats by Rusheen McDonald.

THE ISLAND JOURNAL

By: Denise N. Fyffe

On day 2 of the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015 many athletes were showing their quality and preparation in the men’s 400m. The Jamaicans did not disappoint. A National Record was achieved in the heats by Rusheen McDonald.

Javon Francis (JAM) 2nd in Heat 3 of Men’s 400M in 44.83 IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Peter Matthews (JAM) 4th in Heat 1 of Men’s 400M in 44.69 at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Rusheen McDonald (JAM) sets 400M National Record of 43.93  at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

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IAAF World Championships Beijing: Watch Jamaica’s Veronica Campbell Brown, Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce qualify in 100m

Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce was in fine form in Beijing today, to win her heat on day 2 of the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015 many athletes were showing their quality and preparation in the women’s 100m and the men’s 400m.

THE ISLAND JOURNAL

By: Denise N. Fyffe

Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce was in fine form in Beijing today, to win her heat on day 2 of the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015 many athletes were showing their quality and preparation in the women’s 100m and the men’s 400m.

Veronica Campbell Brown (JAM) 2nd in Heat 1 of Women’s 100M  IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce (JAM) 1st 10.88 in Heat 1 of Women’s 100M at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Natasha Morrison (JAM) 2nd in Heat 2 of Women’s 100m at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

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IAAF World Championships Beijing: Day 2 IAAF Schedule,100m semifinals and final

The Jamaican men Usain Bolt, Asafa Powell and Nickel Ashmeade have made it through the first rounds of the 100m. On Day 2 in Beijing the semi finals and the finals are left; by Sunday morning all will know will dominate the 100m landscape.

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By: Denise N. Fyffe

Usain+Bolt+Olympics

The Jamaican men Usain Bolt, Asafa Powell and Nickel Ashmeade have made it through the first rounds of the 100m. On Day 2 in Beijing the semi finals and the finals are left; by Sunday morning all will know will dominate the 100m landscape.

Please see Day 2 IAAfF schedule below, courtesy of the IAAF website.

LOCAL TIME JAMAICA  TIME SEX EVENT ROUND
08:30 19:30 (22 AUG) M 20 Kilometres Race Walk Final Startlist
09:00 20:00 (22 AUG) W Long Jump Heptathlon Startlist
10:05 21:05 (22 AUG) M Shot Put Qualification Startlist
10:25 21:25 (22 AUG) W 400 Metres Hurdles Heats Startlist
10:50 21:50 (22 AUG) W Javelin Throw Heptathlon Group A Startlist
11:10 22:10 (22 AUG) M 400 Metres Heats Startlist
12:00 23:00 (22 AUG) W 100 Metres Heats Startlist
12:05 23:05 (22 AUG) W Javelin Throw Heptathlon Group B Startlist
18:30 05:30 M Hammer…

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IAAF World Championships Beijing: Watch Usain Bolt and Asafa Powell qualify for next rounds of 100m

It was a good day for Jamaica on the tracks of the men’s 100m in Beijing China. Usain Bolt, Asafa Powell and Nickel Ashmeade all made it through to the next round.

THE ISLAND JOURNAL

By: Denise N. Fyffe

It was a good day for Jamaica on the tracks of the men’s 100m in Beijing China. Usain Bolt, Asafa Powell and Nickel Ashmeade all made it through to the next round.

Asafa Powell won his race with 9.95 100m Heat 1 IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Usain Bolt took it very easy for his 100m race at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

Nickel Ashmeade is in second place for his 100m race at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015

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IAAf World Championships Beijing: All eyes will be on Usain Bolt

It is no secret that Jamaicans are anticipating a great show from Usain Bolt, he is the ultimate showman; however, we are keen to consider some contenders for his crown as well. Yes, there were some nervous moments throughout the year, but we know Usain will perform in the final hour. We are also cheering for our golden body Asafa Powell who has been clocking fast times on the circuit this year; and the ladies as well (Veronica Campbell Brown, Shelly Ann Fraser-Pryce etc.)

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By: Denise N. Fyffe

Usain Bolt IAAF World Championships Usain Bolt IAAF World Championships

Its that time again and Jamaicans are on the edge of their seats. You can be assured that a couple hundred thousand of us will be sitting, glued to the television/internet feeds come Saturday, August 22, 2015 at 6:20 p.m. and also when the 100m heats is on tonight August 21, 2015 at 11:40 p.m. Jamaica time.

It is no secret that Jamaicans are anticipating a great show from Usain Bolt, he is the ultimate showman; however, we are keen to consider some contenders for his crown as well. Yes, there were some nervous moments throughout the year, but we know Usain will perform in the final hour. We are also cheering for our golden body Asafa Powell who has been clocking fast times on the circuit this year; and the ladies as well (Veronica Campbell Brown, Shelly Ann…

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