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With her main rivals, Kevona Davis and Ashanti Moore both missing from the Carifta Trials, Jamaica's American-based sprint sensation, Briana Williams took full advantage of the opportunity to secure the 100m and 200m double last weekend. The trials may have been too soon for the liking of... Read More

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