#Champs2023: Reid and Johnson complete sprint doubles with 200m win
Hydel High School’s Alana Reid takes sprint double with 200m win at Champs 2023
Immaculate Conception’s Kayla Johnson takes sprint double with 200m win at Champs 2023.

KINGSTON, Jamaica— Hydel High School’s Alana Reid and Immaculate Conception’s Kayla Johnson completed sprint doubles on Saturday’s final day of the ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys’ and Girls’ Athletics Championships at the National Stadium.

Reid won the Class 1 200m to add to her 100m gold won on Wednesday while Johnson took the Class 4 equivalent.

Reid ran away from the field to win in 23.08 seconds (-2.0m/s), as Wolmer’s Girls’ Mickayla Gardner was second with 23.89 seconds and Holmwood Technical’s 400m champion Rickiann Russell took the bronze medal with 24.16 seconds.

Johnson ran 25.29 seconds (-1.4m/s) and finished ahead Hydel High’s Gabrielle Morgan who ran 25.54 seconds with Clarendon College’s Tresha-Lee Sutherland third with 25.58 seconds.

Shemonique Hazle who was second in the Class 2 100m final, won a close 200m, edging Lacovia High’s Sabrina Dockery on photo-finish after both were given the same time of 24.36 seconds running into a stiff headwind of -3.8m./s.

Bridgeport’s Brittney McCormack was third in 24.73 seconds.

In Class 3, Natrece East of Wolmer’s Girls’, turned the tables on 100m champion Theianna-Lee Terrelonge, winning with 24.20 seconds (-0.6m/s).

Terrelonge ran 24.64 seconds with Hydel High’s Onetta Mitchell taking third place in 24.92 seconds.

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