Jamaican athletes contributed 63-points competing in their individual events to help the Americas lift the two-day IAAF Continental Cup with 262-points in the Czech city of Ostrava, yesterday.
Defending champions, Europe finished second with 233 points with Asia-Pacific taking third place with 188 ahead of Africa 142-points.
On the final day, Ronald Levy posted a season’s best 13.12-seconds to finish second in the men’s 110-metres hurdles final.
The event went to Sergey Shubenkov, who ran as an authorized Neutral athlete, in 13-point-03-seconds.
Natoya Goule finished third in the women’s 800-metres with a time of 1:57:36-seconds, with South Africa’s Caster Semenya winning in 1:56:77-seconds.
Shericka Jackson was 4th in the women’s 200-metres final stopping the clock at 22-point-62-seconds.
Shaunae Miller-Uibo of the Bahamas won in 22.16-seconds.
Janieve Russell won the women’s 400-metres hurdles in 53.62-seconds.
Danniel Thomas-Dodd was 6th in the women’s shot put. Yohan Blake finished 8th in the men’s 100-metres.