Several Jamaicans had podium finishes at the two-day New York City Grand Prix which ended at the Icahn Stadium on Sunday.

However, the biggest concern for Jamaica was seeing the double Olympic champion Elaine Thompson-Herah being carried from the track after finishing last in the 100-metres in 11.48 seconds.

Thompson-Herah issued a statement saying she felt some discomfort during the race, a feeling that got worse as she tried to push through in the event. She says she’s awaiting professional advice as she moves forward.

Meanwhile, Roje Stona finished second in the men’s discus with a throw of 65.95 metres. Fedrick Dacres was fourth with 65.70 metres.

Jordan Scott’s 16.92 metres gave him second place in the triple jump. Kimberly Williams was third in the high jump with 1.84 metres and Carey McLeod jumped to 7.97 metres for second in the long jump.

Stacey-Ann Williams finished third in the 400-metres in 50.94 seconds, with her countrywoman Junelle Bromfield seventh in 52.32 seconds.

The event was won by Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone of the USA in a world leading 48.75 second, with Talitha Diggs also of the USA second in 50.91 seconds.

Rasheed Broadbell finished second in the 110-metres hurdles in 13.28 seconds. Tyler Mason was fourth in 13.52 seconds.