Collins upset in photo finish, George lowers 400m record

Living sprint legend and six-time Olympian, Kim Collins fittingly grabbed most of the headlines ahead of yesterday’s second annual Aliann Pompey Invitational but it was Guyana’s own, Winston George who stole the show and shone the brightest among the galaxy of stars which were on full display at the National Track and Field Centre.

George, lowered his own national 400m record en route to clinching a 200/400m double at the meet which attracted in excess of 100 athletes from 17 territories.…to continue reading this article, please subscribe.  Already a subscriber ? Sign In

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