#Champs2023: Hydel’s Reid shatters VCB’s 22-y-o Champs record
Alana Reid of Hydel High embraces her mother after winning the Class 1 Girls' 100m in a national record and personal best time of 10.90 seconds.

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Alana Reid of Hydel High shattered Veronica Campbell Brown’s 22-year-old record to win the Class 1 Girls’ 100m in a national junior record of 10.92 seconds at the ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys’ and Girls’ Championships.

Reid is now the 5th fastest junior of all-time to run in the event and the 21st Jamaican woman to run a sub-11 clocking.

The previous record of 11.13 seconds was set in 2001

The silver medal was won by Alexis James of Petersfield High and Tonie-Ann Forbes of Edwin Allen High won the bronze.

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