NASSAU, Bahamas — Dickinson State’s alumni took one of their final steps before the London Olympics Saturday, claiming top spots at the Bahamas Olympic Trials at Thomas A. Robinson Stadium.
Trevor Barry won the high jump with a leap of 7 feet, 6 inches, an Olympic A-standard qualifying height.
He missed all three of his attempts at 7 feet, 8 inches.
Ramon Miller finished second in the 400 meters with a season-best time of 44.87 seconds, coming in just behind winner Demetrius Pinder, who finished in 44.77 seconds.
With the time, Miller qualified for the Olympics in the 400 meters. He is also likely to run on the Bahamas 1,600 relay team in London.
Miller did not run in the 200 meters at the meet. It’s an event which he already holds an A- standard qualifying time for the Olympics.
Former Blue Hawk Aaron Cleare ran in the 200 open, finishing third place with a time of 21.14 seconds.
Delron Inniss, a former DSU thrower, won the hammer throw with a toss of 140 feet, 10 inches.Talk about it