Kerron Stewart 10.92WL

KINGSTON, Jamaica, May 2 AFP - Olympic silver medalist Kerron Stewart recorded a world leading 100-metres performance at the Jamaica International Invitational track meet on Saturday.
Stewart, who shared the Olympic silver medal with fellow Jamaican Sherone Simpson, easily won in a time of 10.92 seconds.
It's better than what I ran last year, so I think I am right where I need to be,'' said Stewart. American Marshavet Hooker was third in 11.14 seconds while Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser was relegated to third in 11.15. Fraser, who said she is suffering from an undisclosed medical issue, said, I am not 100 per cent, but I did my best.’’
In the women’s 100-metre hurdles, American Olympic champion Dawn Harper, came out on top in 12.78sec. Jamaican Vonette Dixon was second in 12.80 while American Candice Davis picked up third in 12.98.
Darvis Patton of United States was a double winner, taking the men’s 100-metre event in 10.02, then the 200m in 20.49.
Aleen Bailey, a member of Jamaica’s team, which won the 4x100m at the Athens Olympics, won the women’s 200m in 22.96 ahead of American Bianca Knight (23.15) an Anastasia Le-Roy, also of Jamaica (23.32).
In the women’s 400m, Jamaica’s Novlene Williams upset American Sanya Richards, winning in 50.99 to the latter’s 51.12.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Rennie Quow took the men’s 400m in 45.41 ahead of Jamaican Michael Blackwood 45.54.
Jamaicans Nickiesha Wilson (55.20) and Kaliese Spencer (55.89) finished one-two in the women’s 400-metre hurdles, while it took a Puerto Rican national record of 48.42 from Javier Culson to beat Jamaican Isa Phillips (48.79).
In the field, American Christian Cantwell threw 21.16m, a meet record, to beat Jamaican Dorian Scott (21.09m), who had the previous record of 20.51m, in the men’s shot put.
United States’ Brittney Reece was also in record-breaking mood, jumping 6.61m to beat Cuban Yargelis Savigne (6.38m) and the old mark of 6.57m held by American Funmi Jimoh.