Jamaican sprinter Raheem Chambers clocked a new personal best to win silver in the Men’s 100 metres final at the SEC Championships a short while ago.
The University of Auburn sophomore clocked 10.10 seconds (WIND: +1.1m/s) to finish second behind University of Georgia’s Kendal Williams (9.99).
The mark surpasses his previous best of 10.15 he set in the preliminary round, which was the 2nd fastest time of four heats heading into the final.
His silver is the highest finish at the SEC Outdoor Championships in the 100m by an Auburn man since Keenan Brock won the event in 2012.
The former St. Jago High School adds an outdoor silver to the indoor silver he won at the SEC Indoor Championships in February and improves upon his 7th place finish as a freshman at last year’s championships.
Antigua & Barbuda’s Cejhae Greene finished 4th in 10.14.