Jamaica’s Danielle Williams was the only Caribbean winner at the Diamond League meeting in Doha on Friday.

Jamaica’s Natoya Goule races South Africa’s Caster Semenya in what could be the biggest race on the opening day of the Diamond League meeting in Doha Qatar on Friday.

Jamaica’s Natoya Goule believes it was natural speed and strength work done in the preseason that propelled her to a national indoor 800m record at the Millrose Games in New York on Saturday.

Despite racing to a National 800 metres Indoor record at the Millrose Games at the New Balance Track and Field Center in New York, Jamaica’s Natoya Goule found herself second best. 

There was no surprise in the women's 800m as one of the most dominant women in global athletics took the victory with a dominating performance. Caster Semenya of South Africa led from start to finish to reach the finish in 1:54.77, barely half a second off the national record she set in Paris earlier this year.

Jamaica’s 800m runner Natoya Goule won her first senior medal in April when she won the bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games in Australia.

Jamaican long distance runner Natoya Goule could not profit from temporarily escaping the large shadow of South African superstar Caster Semenya, again failing to claim top spot, in the women’s 800, at the London Diamond League on Sunday.

Coach Mark Elliott said he is more than pleased with Natoya Goule’s impressive run that yielded a new personal best and national record at the Diamond League meeting in Monaco on Friday.

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