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(Video) Antonique Strachan wins Gold in the 200 m in Barcelona
By Kermit Taylor - Bahamas Athletics
Jul 19, 2012 - 4:40:19 AM

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IAAF World Junior Championships - Update 4

Barcelona, SPAIN - The 2012 world Junior Championships is underway. Bahamian sports photographer, Kermit Taylor is at the track and will be delivering updates to TheBahamasWeekly.com.

Anthonique Strachan won Heat 7 today hands down in Barcelona at the 2012 World Junior Track and Field Championships...


The video above is an interview right after the race. This is Strachan's last year as a junior.  She is the winner in both the 100 and 200 meter.


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Photo: Kermit Taylor / Bahamas Athletics



Anthonique Strachan wins GOLD in the women 200m. What a performance!
Position Lane Bib Athlete Country Mark. React
1 6 1051 Anthonique Strachan BAH 22.53 (CR) 0.177
2 5 1738 Olivia Ekpone USA 23.15 (PB) 0.165
3 7 1731 Dezerea Bryant USA 23.15 . 0.158
4 4 1271 Desiree Henry GBR 23.34 . 0.165
5 2 1315 Janet Amponsah GHA 23.41 (PB) 0.191
6 9 1063 Imke Vervaet BEL 23.47 (PB) 0.179
7 3 1258 Dina Asher-Smith GBR 23.50 (PB) 0.182
8 8 1380 Shericka Jackson JAM 23.53 . 0.171

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In the women 400m finals Shaunae Miller ran out of lane 4 and was in a stacked final. After it was all said and done she would finished 4th. Here is Shaunae's post on her facbook page "Thanks to all those that supported me. Unfortunately this is apart of track and field...you win some you lose some but regardless I give God the thanks and praise and I'm grateful he brought me this far". What a class act. Position Lane Bib Athlete Country Mark . React 1 6 1762 Ashley Spencer USA 50.50 (CR) 0.170 2 4 1327 Kadecia Baird GUY 51.04 (AJ) 0.207 3 5 1759 Erika Rucker USA 51.10 (PB) 0.217 4 7 1057 Shaunae Miller BAH 51.78 . 0.244 5 3 1563 Justine Palframan RSA 51.87 (NJ) 0.173 6 8 1549 Bianca Razor ROU 52.20 (SB) 0.196 7 2 1379 Chrisann Gordon JAM 52.31 (SB) 0.193 8 9 1383 Olivia James JAM 52.68 (SB) 0.258



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In the men High Jump, Ryan Ingraham was in stiff competition but put on an air show. When it was all said and done, Ryan finished third. Great J-O-B Position Bib Athlete Country Mark . 1 81 Andrei Churyla BLR 2.24 . 2 398 Falk Wendrich GER 2.24 (PB) 3 64 Ryan Ingraham BAH 2.24 . 4 470 Dmitry Kroytor ISR 2.21 . 4 770 Ilya Ivanyuk RUS 2.21 . 6 41 Brandon Starc AUS 2.17 . 7 802 M. Milan Dissanayake Mudiyanselage SRI 2.17 (PB) 8 421 Péter Bakosi HUN 2.13 . 9 559 Yuriy Dergachev KAZ 2.13 . 10 874 Sahabettin Karabulut TUR 2.13 . 11 82 Pavel Kipra BLR 2.08 . 12 699 Mariusz Baszczynski POL 2.03 —



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In the men Triple Jump Latario Collie-Minns jumping in group A advance to the finals with a leap of 16.51, well done Triple Jump - M QUALIFICATION Qual. rule: qualification standard 15.90m or at least best 12 qualified. Group A13 July 2012 - 18:05 Position Bib Athlete Country Mark Wind . 1 207 Pedro Pichardo CUB 16.64 Q (0.3) . 2 62 Latario Collie-Minns BAH 16.51 Q (1.7) . 3 132 Georgi Tsonov BUL 15.97 Q (0.4) . 4 110 Henrique da Silva BRA 15.81 q (0.2) (PB) 5 357 Lasha Gulelauri GEO 15.75 q (4.9) . 6 567 Isaac Kirwa Yego KEN 15.72 (1.3) . 7 841 Pratchaya Tepparak THA 15.57 (0.5) . 8 409 Emmanouíl Makrís GRE 15.55 (1.6) . 9 953 Ruslan Kurbanov UZB 15.47 (0.8) . 10 930 Felix Obi USA 15.45 (1.4) . 11 558 Hiroaki Yonezawa JPN 15.23 (4.3) . 12 865 Steve Waithe TRI 15.12 (0.3) . 13 624 Ihab El Hajri MAR 15.12 (1.6) . 14 95 Goabaone Mosheleketi BOT 15.10 (2.7)



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