Jamaica wins 4x200m relays, Goule gets NR at the Armory

By January 27, 2019

Jamaica’s men and women won their respective 4x200m relays at the Bullis Invitational at the Armory in New York on Saturday when Natoya Goule set a new Jamaican indoor record.

The men – Daniel Jamieson, Kavon Rattray, Jermaine Brown and Oshane Bailey – won a close race over the USA in 1:25.61. Coach Evans said the teams ran close on the first leg but the Jamaicans gradually pulled away to win.

The USA finished in second in 1:26.33 while Caribbean All-Star team was third in 1:30.12.

The women, Evans said, were comfortable winners.

Tamika Chambers, Verone Chambers, Tatiana Markland and Tovea Jenkins clocked 1:37.70 to the USA 1:40.70. France was third in 1:44.18.

In the 1000m, Jamaica's Natoya Goule set a new national record of 2:37.55.

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