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Stacy-Ann Williams and Twayne Crooks sweeps NAIA Indoor Championships 400m titles

Jermaine Wright
NAIA Indoor Championships 2019


The Jamaican pair of Stacy-Ann Williams and Twayne Crooks swept he NAIA Indoor Championships 400 metres titles inside the Sanford Jackrabbit Athletic Complex in Kansas City a short while ago.

Williams, the Southern University of New Orleans (SUNO) freshman, obliterated the field to win easily in 53.63 well ahead of Amy Braimbridge (55.05).

The mark is the fastest time in the NAIA this season. Williams came into the championships already with the No.1 ranked time after clocking 53.02 (converted to 53.74 for altitude) at the KMS Invitational in January.

Crooks, also a SUNO freshman, had to work harder to beat his field. He crossed the line in 46.57 just ahead of compatriot and Keiser University junior Rajay Hamilton (46.75) and Quintaveon Poole (46.86).

That mark is also the fastest time in the NAIA this season and a new personal best.

*PHOTO CREDIT: SUNO Athletics

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