Former Olympic javelin champion Keshorn Walcott copped silver in the event at the FBK Games on Sunday at the Fanny Blankers-Koen Stadium in Hengelo, Holland.
Walcott threw a season's best (sb) 83.56 metres to place second behind German Julian Weber with 87.14m and ahead of Finland's Oliver Helander with a season-best 80.50m at the World Athletics Continental Tour Gold meet.
Walcott, who has a personal best of 90.16m, could have placed second with his first and third efforts, tossing the spear 83.35m and 81.52m, respectively. The T&T javelin thrower sat out the fourth and fifth rounds before retiring in the sixth and final round.
Weber, who entered the meet with the best throw this season with a distance of 88.37m he threw last weekend on home soil in Rehlingen, furthest throw came in the sixth round. This after taking the lead in the second with an 86.78m effort.
Filling the remaining spots were Lassi Etelatalo of Finland in fourth with a season-best 79.93m, Timothy Herman of Belgium, who entered with a personal best of 87.35m last month in Nairobi, fifth with 78.14, sixth was Patriks Gailum (Latvia) with 78.09 while Portuguese Leandro Ramos (76.21) and Germany's Johannes Vetter (72.85-sb), were seventh and eight, respectively.
T&T sprinter Michelle-Lee Ahye also made an appearance at the two-day meet in the women's 100 metres and placed eighth.
Ahye, running in lane seven, clocked a season's best 11.35 seconds in the dash, which featured nine runners.
Daryll Neita of Great Britain sped to victory in 11.05, with Egypt's Bassant Hemida in second with 11.16 and Brazilian Vitoria Cristina Rosa third with 11.18 (sb).
The remaining results were American Cambrea Sturgis was fourth with 11.20 (sb), N'Keta Seedo of the Netherlands was fifth with 11.22 (sb), Ivory Coast's Maboundou Kone was sixth with 11.30, Belgium's Delphine Nkansa was seventh with 11.32 and USA's Teahna Daniels was ninth with 11.57.