Greene’s Personal Best Wins FSU Seminole Invitational

National sprinter Cejhae Greene posted a personal best to win the Florida State meet. (File photo)

National sprinter Cejhae Greene posted a personal best to win the Florida State meet. (File photo)

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – National sprinter Cejhae Greene posted a personal best when he competed in the Florida State University (FSU) Seminole Invitational over the weekend.

The former Princess Margaret School student shaved nearly one-tenth off his previous fastest 100-metre dash mark to win the finals in 10.38 at the Mike Long Track.

Greene beat an impressive field that included Trinidad and Tobago’s Olympic medallist, Lalonde Gordon.

Greene, on April 5, also had a good showing for FSU at the Crimson Tide Invitational, where he helped the 4×1 relay team post a silver-medal time of 40.49.

The Antiguan, who turns 19 this year, also clocked 10.52 at the 2014 Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays on March 26, while he also competed in a number of 60m events.

Greene will now turn his attention to the ACC Outdoor Championships, which begins Thursday at the University of North Carolina.

The FSU women will try and complete the Triple Crown with an outdoor title to go along with indoor and cross-country championships, while the Seminole men chase a second consecutive outdoor title.

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