Jamaica won 19 medals on Friday’s opening day of the 2019 NACAC U18 and U23 Championships in Mexico.

Ato Boldon believes Briana Williams is a special talent that could have gone faster last Friday night and he expects her to be even faster at the World Championships in Doha this year.

Following her record-breaking performance in the 100m at Jamaica’s national championships on Friday night, Briana Williams has decided to withdraw from the remainder of the championships because of illness.

Elaine Thompson and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce both clocked a world-leading time of 10.73s while Briana Williams set records of her own with a 10.94s finish, in a dramatic women’s 100m final at the Supreme Ventures/JAAA National Championships on Friday night.

Briana Williams broke a national junior record for the second time in two weeks but had to play second fiddle to Elaine Thompson in the semi-finals of the women’s 100m at the SVL/JAAA National Championships in Kingston.

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Elaine Thompson and Briana Williams all easily advanced to Friday’s semi-final of the 100 metres at the Supreme Ventures JAAA National Championships at the National Stadium in Kingston on Thursday.

Briana Williams continues to be the fastest junior in Jamaica after she clocked 11.02 seconds today at the 2019 Great Southwest Track and Field Classic. 

Jamaica’s Briana Williams is the fastest junior in her country’s history after her 100-metre run at the Jacksonville Open on Saturday. 

World U20 champion Briana Williams will not be racing at the Racers Adidas Grand Prix on Saturday, June 8, contrary to what was announced at the launch of the meet on Thursday.

Seven-time world champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and the reigning World U20 sprint double champion Briana Williams will match strides at the fourth staging of the Racers Adidas Grand Prix set for the National Stadium in Kingston on Saturday, June 8, 2019.

Sprinting legend Veronica Campbell-Brown is no longer the fastest junior to ever grace a Jamaican track after former Convent of Mercy Academy student Kiara Grant, shaved one-hundredth of a second from her national junior record on Saturday.

Running at the MEAC Outdoor Track and Field Championships at North Carolina A&T in Greenboro for Norfolk State University, Grant, a sophomore was a creditable second in the women’s 100 metre.

The former Alpha girl clocked 11.11 seconds to eclipse Campbell-Brown’s 11.12-second record set in 2000 but had to settle for second behind North Carolina senior, Kayla White, who dipped below the 11-second barrier to win in 10.96.

Grant split the major places with North Carolina freshman, Cambrea Sturgis finishing third in 11.22.

The time puts Grant in rarified air, alongside Double World Under-20 sprint champion, Briana Williams, who has gone as quick as 11.13 seconds in her lifetime, and Edwin Allen sprint sensation, Kevona Davis.

Davis’, a World U18 Championships bronze medallist, quickest time to date has been 11.16 seconds.

The three mark the seriousness of the sprinting talent among the women in Jamaica, all showing signs of continuing the legacy of the country over the shortest distance on the world stage.

Coming off another impressive campaign at the 2019 Carifta Games in the Cayman Islands last weekend, Briana Williams will arrive at Jamaica’s National Championships in June ready up the ante.

2019 Austin Sealy Award winner Briana Williams said she didn’t expect to win the award for a second time at the Carifta Games that came to a close in the Cayman Islands on Sunday.

For the second year running, Jamaica’s Briana Williams won the coveted Austin Sealy Award at the Carifta Games that concluded at the Truman Bodden Stadium in the Cayman Islands on Sunday.

Briana Williams claimed her third gold medal on Sunday’s third and final day of the Carifta Games in the Cayman Islands on Sunday when she led off her country to an emphatic win in the 4x100m relays.

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