Sprint star Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Natoya Goule were the two Jamaican winners at the Gala of Castles track and field meet in Switzerland, on Tuesday.
Fraser-Pryce won the women’s 100-metres in a meeting record of 10.78 seconds, with compatriot Natasha Morrison fourth in 11.17 seconds.
Nigel Ellis was fourth in the men’s race in 10.22 seconds.
Goule posted 1:58.20 seconds to win the women’s 800-metres.
Former Calabar high standout, Christopher Taylor was third in the men’s 400-metres.
Candice McLeod was fifth in the women’s 200-metres in 24.18 seconds.
Leah Nugent finished fifth in the women’s 400-metres hurdles in 56.28 seconds.
In the men’s equivalent, Jaheel Hyde was fifth in 49.73 seconds.
Finally, Damion Thomas finished eighth in the men’s 110-metres hurdles.