July 8, 2013
Senior Alena Brooks anchored the Trinidad & Tobago 4x400-meter relay to a gold medal on Sunday at the 2013 Central American & Caribbean Games. Fellow teammates Te’Shon Adderley and Todea-Kay Willis represented their countries as well and each took fifth, respectively.
Trinidad’s 4x400m relay ran away with the gold medal as they posted a time of 3:30.64, which was nearly four seconds faster than second place Mexico. With the win, Brooks and her relay advance to the 2013 World Championships in Moscow, Russia, Aug. 10-18.
Adderley represented the Bahamas in the 800-meter run and took fifth place. The junior posted a time of 2:06.65 in the race, which is tenths of a second off her personal-best time (2:06.38).
In the long jump, Willis leaped 6.32m (20-9), which is her best this outdoor season. The senior claimed fifth in the event for Jamaica.
Gophers to Host Jack Johnson Classic
Minnesota returns to action at the University of Minnesota Fieldhouse this Friday and Saturday.
Gophers Win Third-Straight Dual Title
Minnesota won 82-80 over Wisconsin in the third-annual dual meet between the border rivals Saturday afternoon.
Gophers Dominate at St. Thomas Invite
Minnesota won all 12 events in which the team competed at the local meet Friday evening.