OCEANIA RUNNERS OUT OF 100m EVENT
Moses Kamut ran a 10.80s to come 3rd in Heat 7 of the competitions and qualified for Round 2 of the 100m event to become the first Ni-Vanuatu to do so in this event in a Commonwealth Games.
Moses' personal best and national record was 10.64.
Coming in first was Australia's Patrick Johnson followed by Marc Burns of Trinidad & Tobago.
Fourth was Monserrat's Henry Michael followed by Cameroon's Mousaambani Alfred then Gardiner Isaiah of Turks & Caicos and lastly, Browne Pierre of Canada.
Against the fastest man in the world, Asafa Powell in the 2nd Round of the 100m, Kamut clocked a disappointing 11.16 and came 8th out of 8.
Kamut's HPTC colleague, Chris Walasi, clocked personal best in round 2 with 10.85, and the best timing in round 2 went to PNG's Wally Kirika who ran a 10.80 in his run.
Last Modified on 19/03/2006 15:54