Latifa Ali Wins Gold At MEAC in 200m

Latifa Ali Wins Gold At MEAC in 200m

Ghanaian national female athlete Latifa Ali has won gold in the just ended Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Indoor Championships in women’s 200m dash in 23.65.

She also competed in 60m dash and placed second in 7.47 and later joined her team in 4 × 400m. The quartet finished second in a school-record time in 3:39.73.

Latifa Ali broke her own school-record in the 200m dash, winning the gold out of the slower heat in 23.65.  A junior out of Kumasi, Ghana, Ali also took second in the 60m dash in 7.47 and led by the 4x400m Relay to a second-place finish in a school-record 3:39.73.  Joining Ali on the Relay to end the competition was Kimani AlphonseCathryn Lane and Shenelle Tomlinson.

Leading Results 200m

  1. Latifa Ali – 23.65
  2. Jessika Gbai – 23.78
  3. Malika Pride – 23.91
  4. Tiffani Rae Pittman – 24.13
  5. Sherri-Ann Norton – 24.37
  6. Lamaria Washington – 24.50
  7. Ameenah Saalih – 24.78
  8. Kennedy Lewis – 24.96

Full results here

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July 2022
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