Guillory Leads Team USA to Gold

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TORONTO, Canada — University of Iowa senior Briana Guillory and the 1,600-meter relay team earned a win for Team USA at the 2018 North America, Central America and Caribbean Championships, on Sunday in Toronto Canada.
Guillory ran the first leg of the race, while Jasmine Blocker of Tulane University, Kiana Horton of Baylor University and Courtney Okolo of the University of Texas finished for a time of 3:26.08.
“This is the end of a long season,” associate head coach Clive Roberts said. “This was Briana’s first go around, and she did a good job. I’m excited for the year to come with her.”
Hawkeye teammate Brittney Brown took seventh in the 200-meter dash in 23.41, after qualifying for finals on Friday.
“I think Brittney wanted today to go a little different, but she’s had a tremendous career at Iowa,” Roberts said. “She’s a multiple All-American and holds Hawkeye records, and this was just the end of a really long season.”
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