KBC wins in Berlin & posts 9.99 in Zagreb

Wednesday 4th September 2013
Kemar racing

Kemar Bailey-Cole won the meet in Berlin at the weekend running 10.04 with his first win since his World Championships 4th place in Moscow.

Once again Kemar showed his potential by winning the 100m in the ISTAF meeting, his time of 10.04 seconds clear of second placed Kim Collins (10.15) and Jay Saidy Ndure (10.17). Last year KBC also won the race in the Berlin’s Olympiastadion.

After Berlin, the 21 year old competed in the IAAF World Challenge meeting in Zagreb, finishing second in the race with a 9.99.

It was his sixth sub-ten time of his career, that placed him second behind Mike Rodgers and ahead of Justin Gatlin in third. Kemar runs in the Memorial van Damme meeting in Brussels this Friday in a very strong field.

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