2019 World Championship silver medalist Shanieka Ricketts secured the one Jamaican victory on the first Diamond League meet of the season in, Doha, Qatar on Friday.
Ricketts leapt a wind-aided 14.82 metres to win the occasion, whereas compatriot Kimberly Williams ended seventh with 14.28 metres.
Olympic 100m bronze medallist Shericka Jackson needed to accept second within the girls’s 200 metres, clocking a season’s greatest 22.07 behind American Olympic bronze medalist Gabby Thomas who sped to a meet report 21.98 seconds.
Stephanie-Ann McPherson clocked a season’s greatest 51.69 seconds for second within the girls’s 400 metres behind Marileidy Paulino of the Dominican Republic who gained in a season’s greatest 51.20 seconds. One other Jamaican, Candice McLeod was fifth in 52.37 seconds.
Britany Anderson with a wind-aided 12.44 seconds, was third in a closely-contested girls’s 100m hurdles that noticed Nigeria’s Tobi Amusan additionally clocking 12.44 for second. The following Diamond League meet takes place on Might 21 in Birmingham, England.