St Lucia’s Julien Alfred Races To Record Times

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SportsMax:– St Lucian teen sensation Julien Alfred raced to fast times at the Dr Martin Luther King Collegiate Invitational in Albuquerque, New Mexico this weekend.

Alfred, 18, a sophomore at the University of Texas blazed to a fast 23.50 to win the 200m on Friday beating the likes of US collegiate star Twanisha Terry (23.55) and Nike athlete Teahna Daniels (23.97) in Section 1 of the 200m.

However, she was only just warming up.

On Saturday, in the preliminaries of the Women’s 60m dash, Alfred, who opened her indoor season with 7.18s in December 2019, clocked 7.13 to be the fastest into the finals. The time was a new personal best and St. Lucian national record.

She would go even faster in the finals, clocking 7.10 breaking her own PB and national record.  The time was also the seventh fastest performer in collegiate history and the fastest time ever recorded by a collegian in the month of January.

However, the time was only good enough for second as she was edged by Mikiah Brisco, who broke the tape in 7.08s.

Terry finished third in 7.15.

6 COMMENTS

  1. Continue your hard work, just wait as soon as you win a medal thats when Fortuna and the PM will start trying to claim your success

    • St Lucia will claim her success. Not any government. Now do not start. Let the young lady read something positive coming from her country.

  2. Exactly! What’s wrong with some Lucians gosh! Well done my dear! We are very proud and Appreciate you alot xxx

  3. This is great,finally we will have a lady in the sprints making us proud.Shame on us that we keep on ignoring were our real potentials are,Our athletes keep on getting treated like rubish.

  4. Encourage our own . Big up u self my girl contine the jounery an style them . Let them knw we St.Lucians are not average . Always stay POSITIVE .

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