Jamaica's Bailey-Cole wins 100 race in Berlin
Kemar Bailey-Cole kept Jamaica's flag flying in the absence of compatriots Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake at the ISTAF event in Berlin on Sunday by winning the 100 metres and helping his team to victory in the 4x100 hurdles.
Bailey-Cole equaled his personal best of 10 seconds at Berlin's Olympic Stadium to finish ahead of former world champion Kim Collins of St Kitts and Nevis and Jimmy Vicaut of France.
The 20-year-old Bailey-Cole had earlier anchored Jamaica to relay success in 40.58 seconds, taking advantage of a terrible mix-up between Darvis Patton and Wallace Spearmon to overtake the Americans and beat Spearmon to the line.
Olympic champion Aries Merritt set a meet record of 12.97 seconds to win the 110 hurdles.