Martinique Premium Meeting: The West Indians in force

Yann Spillmann (Entente Sud Lyonnais), revelation of the winter season, will find his club mate Loïc Prevot. But the favorite of the race will be the American Matthew Moorer (45”08).

Gémima Joseph continues again

Nice sequence in perspective for the Guyanese Gémima Joseph, who will double 100 m and 200 m, as during the Guyana Games where she made an impression by shattering her records in 100 m (11”04) and 200 m (22”57). The member of CA Montreuil 93 Carolle Zahi will also be there on the straight, just like the Gambian Gina Bass. For men, the local Aymeric Priam (Racing Club Martinique), author of a superb home straight in the 4x100m final during the World Relays, will want to confirm his good form individually. To break his record (10”27), he will be able to count on a locomotive from Trinidad and Tobago, in the person ofEric Harrison JR (10”03), also favorite in the 200 m (20”18). Also to follow: the gem of Stade Lamentin Ylann Bizasene, still a junior and with a record of 10”43. Still sprinting but on the men’s high hurdles, Jeanice Laviolette (Stade Lamentin) will face the Trinidadian Ruebin Natar Walters (record in 13”30).

A men’s record that looks like a French final

Finally, in the competitions, the discus will look like the final of the French Elite championships, with the three Tricolores currently beyond 60 meters in the throwing area: Lolassonn Djouhan (Martigues Sport Athlé), which has already sent its machine to 64.00 m this season, Tom Reux (ACB 35) and Jordan Guehaseim (SCO Sainte-Marguerite Marseille. And a fourth who would like to join them in this closed club at the French level, the Martinican from ASC Zénith Marc-Alexandre Delin (59.55m). The women’s triple jump will welcome the French indoor champion Ilionis Guillaume (Stade Bordelais), hoped for beyond 14 meters.


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