Jamaica’s Rising Star Sprinter Turns Up The Heat On The Track

Jamaica’s Oblique Seville ran a world lead and personal best 9.82 seconds (0.9m/s) to win the men’s 100m at Saturday’s sixth staging of the Racers Grand Prix at the National Stadium, beating World Champion Noah Lyles of the USA.
Seville, who said later he “surprised” himself after he had to “back off in training” due to a slight injury, surpassed his previous best 9.86 seconds and took over the world lead from American Christian Miller who ran 9.93 seconds in April.
Lyles was second in a season’s best 9.85 seconds and Kenya’s Ferdinand Omanyala third with 10.02 seconds.
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