The fixtures for the Aliann Pompey Invitational Meet slated for July 15th at the Lenora Stadium has been released.
With the Banks DIH Men’s 100m being the headliner and featuring the famed Kim Collins of St. Kitts & Nevis among a number of regional and international stars, the event promises a choc-full of action for fans. The race is named for one of the major contributors to the success of the competition, Banks DIH – specifically the brands Powerade, Malta Supreme and Rainforest Waters.
The international field as well as the field of Guyanese runners to start the Banks DIH Men’s 100m dash is as follows:
Kim Collins (SKN), Emmanuel Callender (TRI), Tre Houston (BER), Chavaughn Walsh (ANT), Jaqouhne Hoyte (BAR), Virjillo Griggs (PAN), Levi Cadogan (BAR), Tahir Walsh (ANT), Ramona Hill (JAM).
List of potential Guyanese starters should include: Adam Harris, Andel Perry, Jeremy Bascom, Lloyd Cummings, Chavez Agedly, Compton Caesar, Stephon Boodie, Emmanuel Archibald, Deandrew Denny, Salish Nauth, Tevin Garraway, Davin Drawers, Akeem Peters, Carlos Trinidad, Terron Montford, Tyrell Peters, Quason Anthony, Owen Adonis.
The fixtures for the Track Events:
3 P.M. – Opening Ceremonies
3:30 P.M. – Fly-Jamaica Women’s 400mh
3:45 P.M. – Ramada Georgetown Hotel Men’s 400mh
4:00 P.M. – GOA Women’s 100m Trials
4:15 P.M. – Banks DIH Men’s 100m Trials
4:30 P.M. – Women’s 1500m
4:40 P.M. – MOE Men’s 3,000m
4:55 P.M. – Star Party Rental Women’s 400m
5 :05 P.M. – Quality Plus Men’s 400m
5:20 P.M. – Hits and Jams 94.1 Master’s Men 100m
5:25 P.M. – GOA Women’s 100m Finals
5:35 P.M. – Banks DIH Men’s 100m Finals
5:50 P.M. – Men’s 110mh
6:05 P.M. – NSC Women’s 800m
6:15 P.M. – SDS Men’s Men’s 800m
6:30 P.M. – Douglas & Associates Women’s 200m
7:00 P.M. – Men’s 200m
3:30 P.M. – Women’s TJ
3:30 P.M. – Men’s Javelin
4:30 P.M. – Women’s High Jump
5:00 P.M. – Men’s TJ
6:00 P.M. – Women’s Long Jump
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