API competitors at the World Championships


On July 15th, the world descended on Guyana for the 2nd edition of the Aliann Pompey Invitational. A number of the athletes (10) will be competing at the World Championships in London over the next ten days. Catch the following athletes in action:

Emmanuel Callendar - Trinidad & Tobago - 100m, 4x100m

Ashley Kelly - British Virgin Island - 400m

Semoy Hackett - Trinidad & Tobago - 100m, 200m, 4x100m

Tahir Walsh - Antigua & Barbuda - 4x100m

Grace Claxton - Puerto Rico - 400mh

Kim Collins - St. Kitts & Nevis - candidate for IAAF Athletes Commission

Winston George - Guyana - 400m, 200m

Miguel Van Assen - Surinam - Triple Jump

Levi Cadogan - Barbados - 4x100m

Dan-Neil Telesford -Trinidad & Tobago - 4x100m

Last year's men's triple jump champion Donald Scott of USA will go up against Guyana's 7th place Olympic finisher, Troy Doris. Both will face Miguel Van Assen of Surinam, this year's API champion. Other competitors from last year include Kyle Greaux of Trinidad & Tobago in the 200m, Ruebin Walters, also of Trinidad in the men's 110mh and Eddie Lovett of US Virgin Islands in the Men's 110mh.

Relive all the excitement with photos (https://www.facebook.com/pg/APInvitational) and videos (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpEvt9jMXhs)


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