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Highlights from the 2024 Ron Kamaka Invitational

Highlights from the 2024 Ron Kamaka Invitational

The Jaguars encountered a diverse range of competitors at the 2024 Ron Kamaka Invitational, showcasing their prowess in various events.

Kicking off the action, Serena Williams and Clara Phillips dominated their heat of the 400m dash, securing first and second place finishes, respectively. Williams continued her winning streak by clinching first place in the 200m dash.

On the men's side, Cody Ruiz delivered an impressive performance, achieving a personal record in the 400m dash with a time of 50.78, landing him in 9th place overall. Ruiz continued to shine in the 200m event, clocking in another personal best time of 23.79, securing a first and second place finish alongside Justin Rogers.

In the midst of intense competition, Jeffrey Salinas claimed third place in his heat of the 800m run, demonstrating his endurance and determination with a time of 2:15.

Malachi McCoy showcased his dominance in the 800m run, launching his season with a remarkable victory in his heat, crossing the finish line with a commanding lead in 2:07.

Turning to the field events, Gabriel Dagnino soared into the top 10 of the long jumps, achieving a commendable distance of 6.41m. Meanwhile, Jaden Rucker displayed his prowess in the triple jump, securing a solid 5th place overall with a leap of 14.07m.

The Jaguars' performance at the Ron Kamaka Invitational exemplifies their dedication and skill as they continue to make their mark in the world of track and field.