Kyle Greaux outclassed his rivals in the Hampton International Games men's invitational 200 metres event, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain, yesterday.
Greaux, Emmanuel Callender and Barbadian Levi Cadogan were close in the first half of the race. Greaux, however, seized control on the straight, the Abilene Wildcats athlete pulling away from his rivals to strike gold in 20.69 seconds.
Callender, of Memphis Pioneers, clocked 21.20 to capture silver, while bronze went to Cadogan in 21.29.
Kamaria Durant got home in 23.12 seconds to win the women's invitational 200m event. With that triumph, the Simplex athlete completed the sprint double.
Memphis Pioneers half-miler, Alena Brooks completed her two laps of the track in two minutes, 06.79 seconds for gold in the women's 800m. Her teammate, Dawnel Collymore clocked 2:10.51 to earn silver.
Barbadian Anthonio Mascoll won the men's 800m in 1:50.77, from Defence Force runner Cliffton Sylvester (1:52.44) and Rebirth's Jamaal James (1:52.48).
Elton Walcott topped the men's triple jump field, the UTT athlete producing a wind-assisted 16.09 metres jump.
Portious Warren grabbed gold in the women's shot put, the Toco TAFAC athlete throwing the iron ball 14.56m. Jamaican Fedrick Dacres won the men's discus with a 56.24m throw. And French teenager, Yanis David was golden in the women's long jump with a wind-aided 6.12m leap.
Late on Saturday, Cadogan won the men's invitational 100m dash in 10.24 seconds.
Callender and Rebirth's Marcus Duncan could not be separated by the naked eye in their duel for silver. Both were credited with the same time, 10.32. However, after a close examination of the photo finish, Callender was awarded second spot. Third-placed Duncan was just three-thousandths of a second slower than his rival.
Sparkle McKnight won the women's 400m in 53.45 seconds. The men's 400m title went to France's Ludvy Vaillant, in 47.05.
Another Frenchman, world junior record holder Wilhem Belocian got to the line in 13.48 seconds for gold in the men's 110m hurdles. Belocian, who won the global junior title last year, finished well ahead of Ruebin Walters, the Memphis athlete seizing silver in 13.82.
Durant was an impressive winner of the women's invitational 100m, clocking 11.54 seconds.
Marsha Mark-Baird earned a second gold at the meet when she finished first in the women's 100m masters event in 13.11 seconds. Earlier on Saturday, the evergreen Palo Seco athlete won the women's javelin with a 42.94m throw.
Mark-Baird also earned 100m hurdles silver on Saturday, clocking a wind-aided 14.41 seconds to finish behind France's Edith Doekoe, the winner in 13.79.