All three men missed their first attempt in the men's open high jump at 2.26m. If the last three competitors fail to clear the current height, Ingraham will win since he cleared the previous height, 2.24m, on his first jump.
Ryan Ingraham of the Bahamas just jumped his personal best at the 2013 CBBI after clearing 2.26m on his second attempt. The pressure is one for the final two competitors.
Jamal Wilson just cleared 2.26m along with his teammate Ryan Ingraham. Moffatt is about to attempt his second jump.
Alexandria Anderson surged ahead in the women's 100m dash at 60m, wining the race in 11.26s, ahead of teammate Chauntae Bayne in 11.36s and Aleen Bailey in 11.37s.
The men's 100m B-race is up next.
Keymar Hyman of Cayman Islands got out to a quick start and led all the way to the tape to win in 10.30s. Shane Jones of Star Elite was second in 10.42s, and his teammate, Trevon Green was third in 10.48s.
The inaugural Chris Brown Bahamas Invitational is nearing the end with the A-category open men's 100m dash about to take centre stage. The men are keeping warm up at the 100m mark as the officials ready to start the event.
One of the favourites to win in the upcoming open men's 100m dash is Jeff Demps of the USA.
Darvis 'Doc' Patton just won the 100m dash, finishing easily ahead of the competitors.
Patton clocked 10.09s in the 100m dash ahead of Churandy Martina of the Netherlands. His time was 10.34s, beating Jamaica's Dexter Lee by 0.01s at the Chris Brown Bahamas Invitiational.
The Royal Bahamas Defense Force Rangers are setting up the starting blocks that will be used in the 4x400m relay.
The men's 4x400m relay will be the closing race of this inaugural event.
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Although the elite athletes have finished for the night, the crowds have staying behind to watch the final event of the night, the 4x400m relays. On the track now are female contested from high schools St Augustine's College and Queen's College.
SAC would not be denied their win in the girl's 4x400m relay, clocking 3 mins 55.79s to get beat Queen's College, running 3mins 57.60s.
The boys 4x400m relay is up next with four teams: Doris Johnson, Moores Island, St Augustine's College and Bahamas High Performance.
Moores Island stopped the clock at 3mins 18.12s, beating SAC's 3mins 20.94s and Doris Johnsons 3mins 24.58s.
Chris Brown has one more surprise for spectators at the inaugural Chris Brown Bahamas Invitational. Senior teams from Jamaica and the United States are on the track to compete in the open men's 4x400m relay. Although the Bahamas is most known for its men's 4x400m relay team, which won gold at the London Olympics, the Bahamas has not fielded a team in the race.
On the final lap of the final event, the United States is in the lead, with only one other competitor in the race.
The USA won in a time of 3 mins 07.29seconds.
An exhausted athlete from Moore's Island was just carried off the track in a wheelchair.
Fireworks light up the sky signalling the close of the inaugural Chris Brown Bahamas Invitational.
Chris Brown said he will enjoy being able to sleep in late now that his big event has come to a close.
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