USATF Bermuda Grand Prix 2024

The USATF Bermuda Grand Prix delivered some outstanding performances despite challenging conditions marked by heavy winds at the Flora Duffy South Field Stadium at the National Sports Center in Bermuda.

The most impressive of those performances came in the Men's Triple Jump where Jaydon Hibbert from Jamaica had a remarkable leap of 17.33m, claiming first place using an unconventional eight-step run.


Bermuda's Jah-Nhai Perinchief finished in second place with a jump of 17.13m, and another Jamaican Jordan Scott finished in third place with a leap of 17.05m.


On the Track, in the Women's 400m, Stacey-Ann Williams from Jamaica surged to victory with a commanding time of 51.71 seconds, outpacing her competitors to claim first place. Behind her, Jessika Gbai from Ivory Coast finished in second place in 53.00 seconds, followed closely by Paola Moran from Mexico in third with a time of 53.21 seconds.


The Men's 400m event saw Kirani James of Grenada exhibit his prowess with a winning time of 46.00 seconds, leading the charge. Behind him, Alonzo Russell from the Bahamas claimed second place with a time of 47.05 seconds, followed closely by Demish Gaye from Jamaica in third with 47.15 seconds.


Shian Salmon displayed sheer excellence in the 400m Hurdles, with a swift winning time of 56.59 seconds. Cassandra Tate of the United States finished in second place with a time of 57.04 seconds, while Aminat Jamal from Bahrain finished third in 57.94 seconds.


In the Men's 200m dash, Jereem Richards of Trinidad and Tobago ran to victory in 20.39 seconds, he was closely followed by Matthew Boling of the USA in second place with a time of 20.42 seconds, while Udodie Onwuzrike from Nigeria secured third place with a time of 20.61 seconds.


In her first 200m run in a year, the USA's Abby Steiner blazed to victory in 22.71. Her countrywoman Kynnedy Flannel took second in 23.01. Ashanti Moore of Jamaica was third in 23.12.


While Caribbean athletes shone brightly, world champion Noah Lyles of the USA stood out in the Men's 100m dash, overcoming challenging wind conditions to clock 9.96 seconds and secure first place. Aaron Brown from Canada was the runner-up in 10.09 followed closely by Pjai Austin of the USA who ran 10.10.