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Oblique Seville Clocks 9.98s to Win Men's 100m Heat at Jamaican National Championships

In a stunning display of speed and agility, Oblique Seville of Jamaica blazed through the track to claim victory in the first heat of the men's 100 meters at the Jamaican National Championships. Seville set the track ablaze with a remarkable time of 9.98 seconds, marked with a wind reading of +0.4 meters per second.

Following closely behind, Bryan Levell secured second place with a time of 10.07 seconds, while Jehlani Gordon finished third, clocking in at 10.09 seconds.

Seville's electrifying performance not only secured his spot in the next round but also underscored his potential as a formidable contender in the sprinting world. As the championships progress, all eyes will be on Seville and his competitors as they continue to push the boundaries of speed and athleticism on the track.

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