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Re: 2014 Carifta Games Thread - Sat.19th to Mon.21st April, Martinique
« Reply #90 on: April 21, 2014, 01:15:44 AM »
http://www.carifta2014.fr/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/3000m-U-18-Boys.pdf

Sunday 20th April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

3000m/-18ans BOYS Finale directe 1 à 20h 44

Place Athlète Club Fort De France le 19 avril 2014 Licence Cat. Dpt Lig. Perf. Pts

1 JAMES Jauvaney (Jam) ca M Jamaique 8'59''15 IR3 741
2 BUCHANAN Shane (Jam) ca M Jamaique 9'07''22 IR4 701
3 NEGRE Luidgy CA M Guadeloupe 9'21''55 R2 634
4 DYER Dominic (Cay) CA M Iles Caimans 9'23''70 R2 625
5 CARLOS Loic CA M Martinique 9'28''48 R2 603
6 CARBON Camran (Dma) CA M Dominique 9'30''52 R3 594
7 OATLEY Daniel (Ber) CA M Bermude 9'35''57 R3 572
8 YEYE Dyeson CA M Guadeloupe 9'37''91 R3 562
9 URSULET Frederic CA M Martinique 9'40''13 R4 553
10 MARSHALL Renaldo (Tri) ca M Trinidad Et Tobago 10'00''74 R6 468
11 ALOEBOETOE Gilberto (Sur) CA M Surinam 10'02''29 R6 462
12 BOILEAU Lilian CA M Guyane Francaise 10'14''54 D1 416
13 VALKS Yohance (Cwu) CA M Curacao 10'31''08 D3 357
14 SAINT-VAL Jameson (Hai) CA M Haiti 10'34''77 D3 344
15 KEMP Ronald (Bah) CA M Bahamas 11'03''62 D5 254
COLBOURNE Aaron (Ant) CA M Antigua&barbuda AB 0
dimanche 20 avril 2014 22h00
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Re: 2014 Carifta Games Thread - Sat.19th to Mon.21st April, Martinique
« Reply #91 on: April 21, 2014, 01:18:34 AM »
http://www.carifta2014.fr/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/High-jump-U-18-Boys.pdf

Sunday 20th April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Hauteur / -18ans BOYS Finale directe 1

Place Athlète Club Fort De France le 19 avril 2014 Licence Cat. Dpt Lig. Perf. Pts

1 WILSON Lusahane (Jam) ca M Jamaique 2m03 N4 899
2 PERINCHIEF Jahnai (Ber) CA M Bermude 2m03 N4 899
3 BENOIT Omari (Tri) CA M Trinidad Et Tobago 2m00 IR1 870
4 CLARKE Hakeem (Bar) CA M Barbade 2m00 IR1 870
5 MULLINGS Ken (Bah) CA M Bahamas 1m95 IR1 822
6 FABRONI Scotti CA M Guadeloupe 1m95 IR1 822
7 BECKLES Josiah (Bar) CA M Barbade 1m90 IR3 774
8 BOSTON Shevene (Skn) CA M St Kitts&nevis 1m90 IR3 774
9 HODEBAR Enzo CA M Guadeloupe 1m90 IR3 774
9 MALONE Tajh (Ivb) CA M Iles Vierges Britanique 1m90 IR3 774
11 QUASHIE Keston (Grn) CA M Grenade 1m90 IR3 774
12 CORVIL Woodens (Tks) CA M Turc&caicos 1m90 IR3 774
13 BROMWELL Livingston (Bah) CA M Bahamas 1m85 IR4 727
14 CARAMAN Jordan CA M Martinique 1m80 R2 679
15 GLASGOW Darrio (Vin) MI M St Vincent &grenadine 1m80 679
16 HUGGINS Hugh (Ant) CA M Antigua&barbuda 1m80 R2 679
17 ST PRIX Daivon (Lca) CA M Saint Lucie 1m80 R2 679
18 FRANCIS Jermaine (Skn) CA M St Kitts&nevis 1m75 R3 632
19 DUPE-AGOT Arnaud CA M Martinique 1m70 R5 585
MOSES Edson (Tri) CA M Trinidad Et Tobago AB 0
VAN ASSEN Miguel (Sur) CA M Surinam NP 0
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Re: 2014 Carifta Games Thread - Sat.19th to Mon.21st April, Martinique
« Reply #92 on: April 21, 2014, 01:21:16 AM »
http://www.carifta2014.fr/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Javelin-U-20-Boys.pdf

Sunday 20th April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Javelot (800 G)/-20ans BOYS Finale directe 1
Rd.M: 84m69 SIRMAIS Z. () 22/06/2011

Place Athlète Club Fort De France le 19 avril 2014 Licence Cat. Dpt Lig. Perf. Pts

1 WAITHE Shakille (Tri) JU M Trinidad Et Tobago 67m53 N3 888
2 PRATT Denzel (Bah) JU M Bahamas 64m55 N3 845
3 WILLIAMS Adrian (Skn) JU M St Kitts&nevis 64m49 N3 844
4 ST MARTHE Denzel (Lca) JU M Saint Lucie 58m32 IR1 756
5 ST.PAUL Javel (Grn) JU M Grenade 58m27 IR1 756
6 ENILE Aaron (Tri) JU M Trinidad Et Tobago 56m38 IR2 729
7 PHELIPA Joshua (Cwu) JU M Curacao 52m11 IR3 668
dimanche 20 avril 2014 22h14
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Re: 2014 Carifta Games Thread - Sat.19th to Mon.21st April, Martinique
« Reply #93 on: April 21, 2014, 01:24:08 AM »
http://www.carifta2014.fr/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Long-Jump-U-18-Girls.pdf

Sunday 20th April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Longueur / -18ans GIRLS Finale directe 1

Place Athlète Club Fort De France le 19 avril 2014 Licence Cat. Dpt Lig. Perf. Pts

1 DAVID Yanis Esmeralda CA F Guadeloupe 6m24 N2 1025
2 LIBURD Kristal (Skn) CA F St Kitts&nevis 6m01 +1.8 N2 971
3 PHESOR Maeva CA F Guadeloupe 5m86 +2.9 N3 936
4 EVELYN Tristan (Bar) CA F Barbade 5m85 N3 934
5 MEADE Rechelle (Aia) CA F Anguille 5m75 +1.7 N4 910
6 BAKER Collista (Jam) ca F Jamaique 5m66 +2.0 N4 889
7 PENN Kala (Ivb) CA F Iles Vierges Britanique 5m60 +2.6 N4 876
8 BROME Shonita (Bar) CA F Barbade 5m58 +1.3 IR1 871
9 NOSEL Alexia CA F Martinique 5m51 +1.3 IR1 855
10 LEON Neema (Lca) CA F Saint Lucie 5m42 +2.4 IR2 834
11 DORSETT Taj (Bah) CA F Bahamas 5m29 IR3 804
12 GEERMAN Lixandra (Aru) CA F Aruba 5m28 +5.1 IR3 801
13 FERGUSON Andira (Bah) CA F Bahamas 5m24 +1.5 IR3 792
14 ST LOUIS Alisha (Tri) CA F Trinidad Et Tobago 5m20 +0.7 IR3 783
15 EUGENIE Axelle CA F Martinique 5m09 +0.7 R1 758
16 WRIGHT Shanique (Jam) ca F Jamaique 5m01 +0.7 R1 739
17 ANTONIA Glenka (Cwu) CA F Curacao 4m98 +5.3 R2 732
18 PENN Ashley (Ivb) CA F Iles Vierges Britanique 4m95 +1.6 R2 726
STATIA Nargelis (Cwu) CA F Curacao NP 0
NICHOLS Shanell (Dma) CA F Dominique NC 0
dimanche 20 avril 2014 22h07
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Re: 2014 Carifta Games Thread - Sat.19th to Mon.21st April, Martinique
« Reply #94 on: April 21, 2014, 01:27:37 AM »
http://www.carifta2014.fr/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/oct-javelin-Boys.pdf

Sunday 20th April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Javelot (800 G) (Octamh) /OPEN Finale directe 1 Vent :
Rd.M: 98m48 ZELEZNY J. () 25/05/1996

Place Athlète Club Fort De France le 19 avril 2014 Licence Cat. Dpt Lig. Perf. Pts

1 ST.PAUL Javel (Grn) JU M Grenade 52m59 IR3 627
2 DAVID Akeim (Bar) JU M Barbade 46m94 R2 543
3 THOMPSON Kendrick (Bah) CA M Bahamas 45m12 R2 517
4 ISSAC Victor (Tri) JU M Trinidad Et Tobago 44m17 R3 503
5 MANUEL Anthony (Cwu) JU M Curacao 44m16 R3 503
6 ROBERTS Kevin (Tri) JU M Trinidad Et Tobago 43m47 R3 493
7 SIMAX Florian JU M Martinique 41m60 R4 465
8 CORVIL Woodens (Tks) CA M Turc&caicos 41m52 R4 464
9 HARRISON Maurice (Jam) JU M Jamaique 39m62 R5 436
10 MATHURIN Uric (Lca) CA M Saint Lucie 38m85 R6 425
11 MARTINA Wendymar (Cwu) JU M Curacao 37m25 R6 402
12 JEAN Waldy (Tks) JU M Turc&caicos 36m90 D1 397
13 ISAAC Kivaun (Skn) JU M St Kitts&nevis 35m53 D1 378
14 LIDDIE Jamarie (Skn) CA M St Kitts&nevis 33m44 D2 348
JOHNSON Theotis (Bah) CA M Bahamas NP 0
dimanche 20 avril 2014 22h09
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Gold for Cedenio, James as T&T wins nine medals on day one
« Reply #95 on: April 21, 2014, 01:37:03 AM »
Gold for Cedenio, James as T&T wins nine medals on day one
Published: Monday, April 21, 2014
Clayton Clarke (T&T Guardian)


Machel Cedenio copped T&T’s first gold medal of the 43rd annual Carifta Games at the Pierre Aliker Municipal Stadium in Fort de France, Martinique, on Saturday. Cedenio crossed the line in 45.95 to hold on to the 400-metres title he won one year ago in the Bahamas.
 
Cedenio blasted out of the blocks to finish well ahead of Jamaica’s Nathon Allen (46.97). Compatriot Asa Guevera was third in 47.35, edging out Ivan Henry (Jamaica) 47.36.
 
Speaking after the triumph, Cedenio said he was happy with his performance. “ I felt good and I am satisfied with my run. I am just aiming to run fast this year. This is my last Carifta so I came here to have fun. (Defending my title) was a good accomplishment.”
 
Cedenio has been out of action since the Carifta trials due to an injury. “I was hurt after the Carifta trials so I did some rehab and I am good now so I will do more races.”
 
Chelsea James was the other gold-medal winner, taking the girls under 18 shot-put, the final event of the day. James pushed the iron ball out to 16.12, a personal best and close to two metres ahead of Janel Fullerton of Jamaica (14.41) and another T&T athlete Akidah Briggs (13.79).
 
James improved on her previous best of 15.38m set at the Falcon Games at the Hasely Crawford Stadium last week. James’ golden effort was her second medal of the day, after she secured silver in the discus in the morning session, the first for the national contingent at the Games. She notched another personal best of 43.53 behind Fullerton (46.47) and ahead of another Jamaican, Devia Brown (43.31).
 
Portious Warren collected bronze in the girls under-20 shot-put (12.70).
 
T&T athletes collected nine medals on the first day. Aaliyah Telesford and Nicholas Landeau were silver medallists, while Jonathan Farinha added a bronze in the boys under-20 100m.
 
Telesford took silver in the girls under-20 100m in a wind-aided clocking of 11.42, as Jamaican Jonielle Smith sped to gold in 11.17, with another Jamaican, Kedisha Dallas, taking third (11.44). Kayelle Clarke was fifth (11.51). Landeau had to settle for second in the boys under-20 1,500m, clocking 3:58.27. Farinha blazed to bronze in the final event of the night, clocking a personal best of 10.27, as favourite Jevaughn Minzie of Jamaica roared to victory in 10.18, second ahead of Barbadian Levi Cadogan (10.25). Micah Ballantyne finished down the field in seventh (10.67).
 
Ayoka Cummings missed out on a podium finish in the girls under-20 400m, taking fourth place in 56.83 as reigning World Junior silver medallist Kadecia Baird of Guyana was first to the line, denying the Jamaican pair of Dawnlee Loney (53.90) and Yanique McNeil (54.49). Shirnel Ettienne was seventh (58.10).
 
Selective results

Girls Under-20
 
Discus finals: 1st Rochelle Frazer (JAM) 13.63, 2nd Jess St. John (ANT) 13.26, 3rd Portious Warren (TTO) 12.70, 7th Marielle Pierre (TTO) 11.64.
 
400m finals: 1st Kadecia Baird (GUY) 53.84, 2nd Dawnalee Loney (JAM) 53.90, 3rd Yanique NcNeil (JAM) 54.49, 4th Ayoka Cummings (TTO) 56.83, 7th Shirnell Ettienne (TT)) 58.10U20 long jump finals-1st Akela Jones (BAR) 6.32, 2nd Claudette Allen  (JAM) 6.31, 3rd Mia Pontoparia (GUD) 6.02
 
100m finals(+5.1): 1st Jonielle Smith (JAM) 11.17, 2nd Aaliyah Telesford (TTO) 11.42, 3rd Kedisha Dallas (JAM) 11.44, 5th Kayelle Clarke (TTO) 11.51
 
 
Prelims: 2nd Clarke 11.44/+3.9, 2h2, 8th Telesford 11.86/+2.3 3h1
1,500m finals: 1st Sasha-gaye Whyte (JAM) 4:42.44, 2nd Monique Mc Pherson (JAM)4:44.08, 3rd Cheryle Farial (GUD) 4:44.76, 7th Elia Nero (TTO) 5:10.83
Under-18
 
Shot-put: 1st Chelsea James (TTO) 16.12, 2nd Janel Fullerton (JAM) 14.42, 3rd Akidah Briggs (TTO) 13.79
Discus: 1st Janel Fullerton (JAM) 46.47, 2nd Chelsea James (TTO) 43.53, 3rd Devia Brown (JAM) 43.31, 7th Shaiann Charles (TTO) 43.40
 
100m (+3.3): 1st Kimone Shaw (JAM) 11.42, 2nd Janae Ambrose (BAH) 11.62, 3rd Nelda Huggins (BVI) 11.65
Prelims: 9th Jael Ferguson (TTO) 12.07, 4h1, 10th Jenea Spinks (TTO) 12.09, 3h2
High jump: 1st Lamara Destin (JAM) 1.68, 2nd Jeanine Allard-St. Albin (MAR)/Sakari Famous (BER)/Ashlee Edwards (LUC) 1.60, 8th Khemani Roberts (TTO) 1.60, 15th Anya Akili (TTO) 1.55
 
400m prelims: 15th Renee Stoddard (TTO) 57.81, 3h4, 19th Thyla-Marie Scott (TTO) 58.71 6h1
Heptathlon (after five events): 1st Chelsey Linton (DMA) 3506 points, 2nd Miquel Roach (BAH) 3423, 3rd Janel Fullerton (JAM) 3316, 4th Meriah Freeman (TTO) 3179, 6th Ayanna Glasgow (TTO) 288,
 
 
Boys Under-20
400m: 1st Machel Cedenio (TTO) 45.95, 2nd Nathon Allen (JAM) 46.97, 2nd Asa Guevera (TTO) 47.35
Prelims: 3rd Guevera 47.12, 3h1, 4th Cedenio 47.26 1h1
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Waithe, Roberts strike gold!
« Reply #96 on: April 21, 2014, 01:41:33 AM »
Waithe, Roberts strike gold!
By Kwame Laurence Fort-de-France
Story Created: Apr 21, 2014 at 12:03 AM ECT (T&T Express)


Kevin Roberts secured gold for Trinidad and Tobago in the boys’ octathlon, on day two of the 2014 Carifta Games, here in Fort de France, Martinique, late yesterday.
Shakeil Waithe also earned a title for T&T just before press time, hurling the spear 67.57 metres for top spot in the boys’ under-20 javelin.
Bahamian Denzel Pratt (64.55m) and Kittitian Adrian Williams (64.49m) earned silver and bronze, respectively, while the other T&T thrower in the field, Aaron Enile finished sixth with a 56.38m effort.
Ruebin Walters repeated as bronze medallist in the boys’ under-20 400m hurdles, the T&T athlete getting home in a personal best 51.68 seconds.
Okeen Williams topped the field in 50.99, forcing his fellow-Jamaican Marvin Williams to settle for silver in 51.22.
The other T&T athlete in the race, Aaron Lewis clocked 55.85 to finish eighth.
‘’Coming out of the semi-finals,’’ Walters told the Express, ‘’I had a slight muscle cramp. But I still came out and competed on it. I’m very happy and thankful for my performance today.’’
Walters will bid for a second medal in today’s 110m hurdles.
‘’That’s my better race. I look forward to the 110 hurdles much more than the 400-metre hurdles…going to be a showdown.’’
Jeminise Parris returned a time of one minute, 02.22 seconds for fourth spot in the girls’ under-18 400m hurdles. And in the girls’ under-20 one-lap hurdles, Antonia Attale was seventh in 1:07.51.
On Saturday, Chelsea James completed a hat-trick of Carifta shot put triumphs.
Winner of the girls’ under-17 shot put competition in 2012 and again in 2013, James added the first ever under-18 title to her collection with a big 16.12m throw.
The Tobago athlete dominated her rivals. Her closest challenger, Jamaican silver medallist Janel Fullerton produced a best effort of 14.42m.
The other spot on the podium went to Akidah Briggs, the T&T athlete securing bronze with a 13.79m throw.
There were a couple medals for T&T in the 100m events.
Aaliyah Telesford picked up silver in the girls’ under-20 century in a wind-assisted 11.42 seconds. She finished between two Jamaicans, Jonielle Smith striking gold in 11.17 and Kedisha Dallas bagging bronze in 11.44.
The other T&T sprinter in the race, Kayelle Clarke clocked 11.51 to cop fifth spot.
In the boys’ under-20 100m final, Farinha got to the line in 10.27 seconds to bag bronze, behind Jamaican Jevaughn Minzie, the gold medallist in an impressive 10.18, and Barbadian Levi Cadogan (10.25).
Farinha’s teammate, Micah Ballantyne got to the line in 10.67 to finish seventh.
The boys’ under-18 100m final was re-run, yesterday. Raheem Chambers and Waseem Williams finished one-two for Jamaica, clocking 10.27 and 10.33, respectively. Bahamian Javan Martin (10.54) finished third. T&T sprinter Akanni Hislop clocked 10.75 for fifth spot, while his teammate, Adell Colthrust was sixth in 10.79.
Marielle Pierre finished fourth in yesterday’s girls’ under-20 discus with a 39.48m throw.
Terry Frederick won the opening heat in one minute, 59.18 seconds to qualify automatically for today’s boys’ under-18 800m final. His T&T teammate, Jeremiah Hamilton was eliminated after finishing fourth in heat three in 2:00.22.
Boys’ under-20 1500m silver medallist Nicholas Landeau will face the starter in the 800m final. He finished second in heat one in 1:53.73 to progress automatically.
Ashton Gill, however, was eliminated, his 1:56.79 clocking in finishing fourth in heat two proving too slow for a ‘’fastest loser’’ championship race berth. In Saturday’s 1500m, Gill was seventh in 4:07.51.
In the girls’ under-18 800m final, T&T will be represented by Je-Risa James, who finished fourth in heat one in 2:20.08 to book a spot as a “fastest loser”.
And Elia Nero, seventh in Saturday’s girls’ under-20 1500m in 5:10.83, will battle for two-lap honours today.
T&T earned nine medals on day one, and at press time, yesterday, had added three more for a total of 12 --four gold, three silver, and five bronze.
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CARIFTA 2014 DAY 2 UPDATES - Two more gold medals for T&T
« Reply #97 on: April 21, 2014, 01:50:40 AM »
CARIFTA 2014 DAY 2 UPDATES
Two more gold medals for T&T

By Kwame Laurence in Fort de France
Story Updated: Apr 20, 2014 at 11:03 PM ECT (T&T Express)

UPDATE 2:
Shakeil Waithe and Kevin Roberts earned gold medals for Trinidad and Tobago on day two of the 2014 Carifta Games, in Fort de France, Martinique, today.
Waithe topped the boys’ under-20 javelin field with a 67.57 metres throw, while Kevin Roberts accumulated 5,696 points for victory in the boys’ octathlon.
Omari Benoit cleared the bar at 2.00m to earn bronze for T&T in the boys’ under-18 high jump.
Ruebin Walters repeated as bronze medallist in the boys’ under-20 400m hurdles, the T&T athlete getting home in a personal best 51.68 seconds.
Okeen Williams topped the field in 50.99, forcing his fellow-Jamaican Marvin Williams to settle for silver in 51.22.
The other T&T athlete in the race, Aaron Lewis clocked 55.85 to finish eighth.
Jeminise Parris clocked 1:02.22 for fourth spot in the girls’ under-18 400m hurdles. And in the girls’ under-20 400m hurdles, Antonia Attale was seventh in 1:07.51.
There were three sprint relay medals for T&T, today.
The girls’ under-20 4x100m team picked up silver in 45.32 seconds. The boys’ under-20 quartet claimed bronze in 40.71. And in the boys’ under-18 event, T&T clocked 42.41 to secure bronze.
T&T earned nine medals on day one, and added seven more today for a total of 16—four  gold, four silver, and eight bronze.
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Today's Easter Monday Carifta Games Schedule plus live links!
« Reply #98 on: April 21, 2014, 01:58:37 AM »
http://www.carifta2014.fr/en/programme/

Monday April 21st

SCHEDULES                                   RACES                                                     COMPETITION

Morning Session

9 H 30   100m Hurdles U-18 Girls Semis (Jeminise Parris)   Javelin U-18 Girls Final (Asha James)    High Jump U-20 Girls Final
9 H 45   100m Hurdles U-20 Girls Semis (Akila McShine)   Long Jump U-18 Boys Final (Che Richards, Andwelle Wright)
10 H 00   110m Hurdles U-18 Boys Semis
10 H 15   110m Hurdles U-20 Boys Semis (Ruebin Walters, Aaron Lewis)   
10 H 30   4 x 400m U-18 Girls Semis (Shirnell Ettienne, Ayoka Cummings, Tsai-Anne Joseph, Zakiya Denoon, Kayelle Clarke, Antonia Attale)   
10 H 40   4 x 400m U-18 Boys Semis (Kashief King, Jacob St Clair, Keivonne Alexander, Corey Stewart, Terry Fredericks, Dwight St Hillaire)   
10 H 50   4 x 400m U-20 Girls Semis (Shirnell Ettienne, Ayoka Cummings, Tsai-Anne Joseph, Zakiya Denoon, Kayelle Clarke, Antonia Attale)   
11 H 00   4 x 400m U-20 Boys Semis (Machel Cedenio, Asa Guevara, Theon Lewis, Nathan Farinha, Reubin Walters, Aaron Lewis)   

Evening Session
16 h 00   100m Hurdles U-18 Girls Final   Javelin U-20 Girls Final (Portious Warren)
Triple Jump U-18 Girls Final (Alisha St Louis)
Shot Put U-20 Boys Final (Kenejah Williams)
16 H 10   100m Hurdles U-20 Girls Final   
16 H 25   110m Hurdles U-18 Boys Final   
16 H 35   110m Hurdles U-20 Boys Final   
AWARDS CEREMONY   
17 H 00   800m U-18 Girls Final (Je-Risa James)   
17 H 10   800m U-18 Boys Final (Terry Fredericks)
17 H 20   800m U-20 Girls Final (Elia Nero)   
17 H 30   800m U-20 Boys Final (Ashton Gill)   
AWARDS CEREMONY   
18 H 00   200m U-18 Girls Final   Triple Jump U-20 Boys Final
18 H 10   200m U-18 Boys Final   Discus U-18 Boys Final
18 H 20   200m U-20 Girls Final   
18 H 30   200m U-20 Boys Final   
18 H 40   5000m U-20 Boys Final   
AWARDS CEREMONY   
19 H 30   4 x 400m U-18 Girls Final   
19 H 40   4 x 400m U-18 Boys Final   
19 H 50   4 x 400m U-20 Girls Final   
20 H 00   4 x 400m U-20 Boys Final   
AWARDS CEREMONY

If all our T&T athletes who are active today can medal then we will add 17 more medals to our total of 16—(four gold, four silver, and eight bronze) at end of yesterday. lets hope we can attain at least a total of 30 medals by the end of today with at least 10 of them being gold which means we need to win at least 6 more gold medals today.

Here are links to follow the 2014 Carifta Games live from Martinique this Easter Monday 21st April from 9:30am:

2014 Carifta Games Video Link Martinique 1ère

Watch 2014 Carifta Games Live Stream - Team Jamaica

Watch 2014 Carifta Games Live Video Stream - Plus Chat Box
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CONSTANTINE got eaten up in the second leg

http://www.carifta2014.fr/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/4x100m-U-20-Boys.pdf

Sunday 20th April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Jamaica Breaks CR to win 4x100m U-20 Boys in 39.38 Final Carifta Games 2014
Trinidad & Tobago won bronze in 40.71

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4 X 100m/-20ans BOYS Finale directe 1 à 21h 39
Rd.M: 38''66 . (ETATS UNIS D'AM.) 18/07/2004

Place Athlète Club Fort De France le 20 avril 2014 Licence Cat. Dpt Lig. Perf. Pts

Jamaique 39''38 1126
(1- ROBINSON Raheem (Jam) juM, 2- O'HARA Michael (Jam) juM, 3- CHIN Jordon (Jam) juM, 4- MINZIE Jevaughn (Jam) ju
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Bahamas 40''35 1056
(1- RESAIS Cliff (Bah) JUM, 2- KERR Ian (Bah) JUM, 3- CLARKE Deedro (Bah) JUM, 4- GARDINER Steven (Bah) JUM)
2
Trinidad Et Tobago 40''71 1031
(1- BALLANTYNE Micah (Tri) JUM, 2- CONSTANTINE John (TRI) JUM, 3- BRIDGES Jamaal (TRI) JUM, 4- FARINHA Jontha
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Turc&caicos 43''56 840
(1- CLERVIL Dacliche (Tks) JUM, 2- BENJAMIN Frantzl (Tks) JUM, 3- JEAN Waldy (Tks) JUM, 4- CHERY Wesley (Tks) JUM
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Martinique 43''68 832
(1- BULVER Jean-josue JUM, 2- GASHET Kevin JUM, 3- MARIE ROSE Sebastien JUM, 4- JONCART Kilian JUM)
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St Kitts&nevis AB 0
(1- MATTHEW Chevaun (Skn) JUM, 2- BRIDGEWATER Alkr (Skn) JUM, 3- WILLIAMS Adrian (Skn) JUM, 4- HUGGINS Nath
Dominique AB 0
(1- ROBERTS Raaquim (Dma) CAM, 2- GREGOIRE Keishon (Dma) CAM, 3- GUISTE Jervan (Dma) CAM, 4- KOK Osborn (D
Antigua&Barbuda NP 0
(1- MITCHELL Matthew (Ant) JUM, 2- SIMON Kelvin (Ant) JUM, 3- FRANCIS Miguel (Ant) JUM, 4- GREENE Cejhae (Ant) JUM
dimanche 20 avril 2014 22h05
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anybody have de video of de 400m boys U20 finals? It look like de only videos we have is when Jamaica win. What happen to our journalists?

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Re: the 4 x 1 2nd leg

What splits does that youth normally run? Looked a very flat contribution.

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Re: the 4 x 1 2nd leg

What splits does that youth normally run? Looked a very flat contribution.
His leg was the weak link in that relay, if he could have maintained his position we would have won silver and be much closer to the Jamaica on the last leg.

Maybe John Constantine is being highly overrated in T&T, who knows?
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http://www.carifta2014.fr/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/100m-hurdles-U-18-Girls.pdf

Monday 21st April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

100m Haies (76)/-18ans GIRLS Série 1 / 2 Vent : +0.8

1 MARSHALL Sidney (Jam) ca F Jamaique 13''59Q N2 1087
2 EVELYN Tristan (Bar) CA F Barbade 13''80Q N3 1061
3 WELLS Sasha (Bah) CA F Bahamas 14''39 q N4 991
4 BROOKS Keishonna (Skn) CA F St Kitts&nevis 14''45 N4 984
5 KIBIR Audrey CA F Martinique 14''61 IR1 966
6 AKILI Anya (Tri) CA F Trinidad Et Tobago 15''02 IR2 919

100m Haies (76)/-18ans GIRLS Série 2 / 2 Vent : +1.5
1 BROWN Janeek (Jam) ca F Jamaique 13''60Q N2 1085
2 PARRIS Jeminise (Tri) CA F Trinidad Et Tobago 13''78Q N3 1064
3 ERICKSON Deya (Ivb) CA F Iles Vierges Britanique 14''16 q N4 1018
4 TAYLOR Charisma (Bah) CA F Bahamas 14''19 q N4 1015
5 ZALIE Jessie CA F Martinique 14''36 q N4 995
SCANTLEBURY Danielle (Bar) CA F Barbade NP 0

NB:
Anya AKILI needs to improve a lot if she is going to be competitive in this event but well done to Jeminise PARRIS for making the U-18 Girls 100m hurdles final for this evening. Hopefully Jeminise can medal this evening and make up for her disappointment in not medalling in the 400m Hurdles final and defending her Carifta title which she won last year.
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http://www.carifta2014.fr/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Javelin-U-18-Girls.pdf

Monday 21st April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Javelot (500 G)/-18ans GIRLS Finale directe 1

Place Athlète Club Fort De France le 21 avril 2014 Licence Cat. Dpt Lig. Perf. Pts

1 ANGOL Shanee (Dma) CA F Dominique 49m66 N3 855
2 MATTHEWS Hayley (Bar) CA F Barbade 43m17 IR1 733
3 THOMAS Daneliz (Cay) CA F Iles Caimans 39m59 IR3 667
4 JAMES Asha (Tri) CA F Trinidad Et Tobago 37m91 R1 635
5 BRIGGS Akida (Tri) CA F Trinidad Et Tobago 37m19 R1 622

6 WILLIAMS Ashika (Skn) CA F St Kitts&nevis 37m10 R1 620
7 ETIENNE Rochelle (Lca) CA F Saint Lucie 35m31 R2 587
8 CARTER Chase (Bah) CA F Bahamas 33m85 R3 560
9 ATHANASE Christelle CA F Martinique 30m10 R5 490
10 ATHANASE Clarice CA F Martinique 29m95 R6 487
11 FERGUSON Andira (Bah) CA F Bahamas 24m14 D3 380
12 BROWNE Layla (Isv) CA F Us Iles Vierges 22m08 D4 342
DOROTHAL Julianne (Aru) CA F Aruba NP 0
BROWN Devia (Jam) ca F Jamaique NP 0
lundi 21 avril 2014 11h09

NB:
Hard luck to both Asha JAMES and Akida BRIGGS who were just out of the medals in 4th & 5th positions in the Javelin U-18 Girls Final. Keep working hard and improving and better luck next time.
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http://www.carifta2014.fr/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Shot-Put-U-20-Boys.pdf

Monday 21st April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Poids (6 Kg)/-20ans BOYS Finale directe 1
Rd.M: 23m00 GILL J. () 18/08/2013

Place Athlète Club Fort De France le 21 avril 2014 Licence Cat. Dpt Lig. Perf. Pts

1 GAYLE Demar (Jam) ju M Jamaique 16m72 N3 923
2 WILLIAMS Kenejah (Tri) ju M Trinidad Et Tobago 16m55 N3 913
3 ANTOINE Romario (Bar) JU M Barbade 16m42 N3 905
4 LOVELL Dequan (Bar) JU M Barbade 16m04 N3 882
5 MAYCOCK Drexel (Bah) JU M Bahamas 14m29 IR3 778
6 HIGGS Kyle (Bah) JU M Bahamas 14m26 IR3 776
7 ROYBELLEPLAINE Mike JU M Martinique 13m17 R1 711
8 PHELIPA Joshua (Cwu) JU M Curacao 12m62 R2 678
lundi 21 avril 2014 11h10

NB:
Congrats to Kenejah WILLIAMS for his silver medal in the U-20 Boys Shot Put Final.
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http://www.carifta2014.fr/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/triple-jump-U-18-Girls.pdf

Monday 21st April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Triple Saut / -18ans GIRLS Finale directe 1

Place Athlète Club Fort De France le 21 avril 2014 Licence Cat. Dpt Lig. Perf. Pts

1 DAVID Yanis Esmeralda CA F Guadeloupe 13m10 +1.5 N2 1007
2 EUGENIE Axelle CA F Martinique 12m34 +0.9 N3 920
3 WRIGHT Shanique (Jam) ca F Jamaique 12m26 +1.0 N3 911
4 LIBURD Kristal (Skn) CA F St Kitts&nevis 12m15 +0.3 N3 899
5 KERR Britny (Jam) ca F Jamaique 12m14 NC N3 898
6 PHESOR Maeva CA F Guadeloupe 12m13 +2.2 N3 897
7 HOOPER Natricia (Guy) CA F Guyana 12m12 +0.7 N3 895
8 GESTEL Naomie CA F Martinique 12m01 -1.6 N3 883
9 NELZON Zainy (Sur) CA F Surinam 11m63 +0.9 N4 840
10 ST LOUIS Alisha (Tri) CA F Trinidad Et Tobago 11m55 +1.4 N4 831
11 TAYLOR Charisma (Bah) CA F Bahamas 11m42 +2.1 IR1 816
12 PENN Kala (Ivb) CA F Iles Vierges Britanique 11m31 +2.4 IR1 804
13 PRESCOTT Kadeha (Tri) CA F Trinidad Et Tobago 11m12 +1.6 IR2 783
lundi 21 avril 2014 12h42

NB:
Looks like our U-18 Girls Triple Jump talent is weak right now and needs better coaching and training.
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http://www.carifta2014.fr/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/4x400m-U-18-Girls.pdf

Monday 21st April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

4 X 400m/-18ans GIRLS Série 1 / 2 à 10h 30

Pl. Equipe Relais Dpt Lig. Perf. Niv Pts

1 GUYANA 3'45''20 Q 1014
(1- SAMUELS Avon (Guy) CAF, 2- HOOPER Natricia (Guy) CAF, 3- GEORGE Cassey (Guy) CAF, 4- SAMPSON Jevina (Guy) CAF)
2 BARBADE 3'47''85 Q 993
(1- BOWEN Tiana (Bar) CAF, 2- BROME Shonita (Bar) CAF, 3- HOYTE Jaria (Bar) CAF, 4- WILLIAMS Sada (Bar) CAF)
3 ILES VIERGES BRITANIQUE 3'49''60 q 979
(1- WARNER Lakeisha (Ivb) CAF, 2- DeFREITAS Beyonc (Ivb) CAF, 3- ZACHARIA Frett (Ivb) CAF, 4- LACEY Judie (Ivb) CAF)
4 SAINT LUCIE 3'58''70 909
(1- TOUSSAINT Stepha (Lca) CAF, 2- LEON Neema (Lca) CAF, 3- JULES Sherlan (Lca) CAF, 4- HILTON Tonisha (Lca) CAF)
5 DOMINIQUE 4'07''93 841
(1- JNO LEWIS Tianna (Dma) CAF, 2- NICHOLS Shanell (Dma) CAF, 3- JNO BAPTISTE Ade (Dma) CAF, 4- AUSTRIE Anelia (Dma) CAF)
6 ST KITTS&NEVIS 4'08''09 840
(1- MILLS Hanah (Skn) CAF, 2- RICHARDS Reanda (Skn) CAF, 3- BROOKS Keishonna (Skn) CAF, 4- LIBURD Kristal (Skn) CAF)

4 X 400m/-18ans GIRLS Série 2 / 2 à 10h 41

Pl. Equipe Relais Dpt Lig. Perf. Niv Pts

1 JAMAIQUE 3'40''26 Q 1053
(1- DUGGAN Taqece (Jam) caF, 2- BARNES Moisha (Jam) CAF, 3- COHEN Shenice (Jam) caF, 4- JAMES Tiffany (Jam) caF)
2 BAHAMAS 3'40''76 Q 1049
(1- DORSETT Shaquani (Bah) CAF, 2- ROLLE Dreshannae (Bah) CAF, 3- BETHEL Brianne (Bah) CAF, 4- ANDERSON Doneish (Bah) CAF)
3 GUADELOUPE 3'48''64 q 986
(1- PAULINE Kellya CAF, 2- BERTHELOT Iman CAF, 3- VANONY Meline CAF, 4- CARTI Sareena Yndra CAF)
4 GRENADE 3'50''55 q 971
(1- WHITEMAN Princes (Grn) CAF, 2- MITCHELL Chelsea (Grn) CAF, 3- CHARLES Olive (Grn) CAF, 4- MAPSON Christhel (Grn) CAF)
5 TRINIDAD ET TOBAGO 3'55''14 q 936
(1- STODDARD Renee (TRI) CAF, 2- SCOTT Thyla-mari (TRI) caF, 3- WOLFE Anika (TRI) CAF, 4- JAMES Je-risa (TRI) CAF)

6 MARTINIQUE 4'00''87 893
(1- BAILLARD Phanuel CAF, 2- COUTA Kathleen CAF, 3- GEMIEUX Solene CAF, 4- CAGE Marie-laure CAF)
TURC&CAICOS NP 0
(1- GUERRIER Akia (Tks) CAF, 2- SAUVER Helcyann (Tks) CAF, 3- JACKSON Jemelia (Tks) CAF)

NB:
Our U-18 Girls 4 X 400m Relay Team just scrapped into the Final this evening in a time of 3'55''14 and will need to vastly improve if they are to medal in the final. Would like to see them run 3'45''00 or less in the Final and run a new T&T U-18 Girls 4 X 400m national record.
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http://www.carifta2014.fr/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/4x400m-U-18-Boys.pdf

Monday 21st April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

4 X 400m/-18ans BOYS Série 1 / 2 à 11h 00

Pl. Equipe Relais Dpt Lig. Perf. Niv Pts

1 BAHAMAS 3'17''75 Q 916
(1- ROLLE Kinard (Bah) CAM, 2- PINDER Justin (Bah) CAM, 3- DELAUZE Henry (Bah) CAM, 4- COLEBROOK Samson (Bah) CAM, 5- BROWN Julian (Bah) CAM
2 ST KITTS&NEVIS 3'21''25 Q 868
(1- WARNER Darille (Skn) CAM, 2- MATHEW Wayne (Skn) CAM, 3- TYSON Sadiki (Skn) CAM, 4- CHUMNEY Akeem (Skn) CAM)
3 US ILES VIERGES 3'21''67 q 862
(1- EUGENE Kohun (Isv) CAM, 2- SMITH Malique (Isv) CAM, 3- GRIFFIN Rodney (Isv) CAM, 4- ROACHER Ateniah (Isv) CAM)
4 TURC&CAICOS 3'22''40 q 852
(1- EYMA Dana (Tks) CAM, 2- DUNCAN Darrio (Tks) CAM, 3- FRANCOIS Darly (Tks) CAM, 4- MISSICK Courtney (Tks) CAM)
5 MARTINIQUE 3'33''44 709
(1- VERTE Handy CAM, 2- CARLOS Loic CAM, 3- BRULU Gregory CAM, 4- URSULET Frederic CAM)
Guyane Francaise NP 0
(1- PREVOT Loïc CAM, 2- CLIFFORD Randy CAM, 3- MODERNE Ludovic CAM, 4- BOILEAU Lilian CAM, 5- INNOCENT Harrison CAM)
GRENADE NP 0
(1- PATERSON Kimonie (Grn) CAM, 2- HOOD Nathan (Grn) CAM, 3- OLLIVIERRE Ronni (Grn) CAM, 4- JOSEPH Albert (Grn) CAM)

4 X 400m/-18ans BOYS Série 2 / 2 à 11h 14

Pl. Equipe Relais Dpt Lig. Perf. Niv Pts

1 JAMAIQUE 3'12''77 Q 988
(1- ELLIS Nigel (Jam) caM, 2- BANN Nathaniel (Jam) caM, 3- MANLEY Martin (Jam) caM, 4- HYDE Jaheel (Jam) caM)
2 TRINIDAD ET TOBAGO 3'16''74 Q 931
(1- ST HILLAIRE Dwig (TRI) CAM, 2- FREDERICK Terry (TRI) CAM, 3- STEWART Corey (TRI) CAM, 4- ST CLAIR Jacob (TRI) CAM, 5- KING Kasfief (TRI)

3 BARBADE 3'17''44 q 921
(1- NICHOLLS Michael (Bar) CAM, 2- BURKE Mario (Bar) CAM, 3- THOMPSON Ramarco (Bar) CAM, 4- LEACOCK Rivaldo (Bar) CAM, 5- MARSHALL Romario (
4 ILES CAIMANS 3'31''43 q 734
(1- LEWIS Tahj (Cay) CAM, 2- GREGORY Daval (Cay) CAM, 3- WALTON Jamal (Cay) CAM, 4- CONOLLY Rashaun (Cay) CAM, 5- CALLENDER Dellno (Cay) VEM
5 Surinam 3'39''66 634
(1- TJON A KON Jerma (Sur) CAM, 2- COLLINS Winston (Sur) CAM, 3- ASANTIBA Ifmorel (Sur) CAM, 4- ALOEBOETOE Gilbe (Sur) CAM)
6 DOMINIQUE 3'42''11 605
(1- LAURENT Jazan (Dma) CAM, 2- CHARLES Zebidiah (Dma) CAM, 3- DARROUX Micah (Dma) CAM, 4- CARBON Camran (Dma) CAM, 5- GUISTE Jervan

NB:
Our U-18 Boys 4 X 400m Relay Team is thru to the Final this evening in a time of 3'16''74 and hopefully have more in the tank and can challenge for a Gold medal which should be contested between JA, T&T, Bahamas and Barbados.
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What's with the girls team.

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What's with the girls team.
I think they need more regular top class relay competition plus possibly better coaching and training.
Anyway, they are in the Final this evening so lets see how they do.
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CARIFTA 2014 DAY 3 UPDATES - Shot put silver for Williams
« Reply #111 on: April 21, 2014, 01:04:36 PM »
CARIFTA 2014 DAY 3 UPDATES
Shot put silver for Williams

By Kwame Laurence in Fort de France
Story Created: Apr 21, 2014 at 1:58 PM ECT (T&T Express)

UPDATE 1:

Kenejah Williams took Trinidad and Tobago’s medal tally at the 2014 Carifta Games, here in Fort de France, Martinique, to 17, with a 16.55 metres throw in today’s boys’ under-20 shot put.

Williams earned silver in the event, behind Jamaican Demar Gayle (16.72m) and ahead of Barbadian Romario Antoine (16.42m).

Asha James was fourth in the girls’ under-20 javelin with a 37.91m effort. The other T&T athlete in the event, Akidah Briggs threw  37.19m to finish fifth. Dominica’s Shanee Angol won with a big 49.66m hurl.

Going into the final session of Carifta 2014, T&T have four gold medals, five silver and eight bronze.

Later today, T&T will chase precious metal in the sprint hurdles, 800m, 200m and 4x400m events, and will also battle for honours in the boys’ under-20 5,000m, boys’ under-18 long jump, boys’ under-20 discus and girls’ under-20 javelin.
 
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Based on Kwame Laurence report just above we have the potential to win 10 medals in this evening's session and hopefully a few of them are going to be gold especially in case of our U-20 Boys 4 x 400m Relay Team that includes Cedenio.

It would be nice for T&T to end on at least 27 medals this evening with at least 8 of them being gold which will mean we would have bettered our performance at last year's Carifta Games when we won a total of 20 medals with 8 being gold, 2 being silver and 10 being bronze.
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Current Medal Table standings according to TrackAlerts.com
« Reply #112 on: April 21, 2014, 01:48:33 PM »
Current Medal Table standings according to TrackAlerts.com.

http://www.trackalerts.com/Articles/medals-table-at-carifta-games-2014/12231/

Medals table at Carifta Games 2014
April 21st 3:24pm (trackalerts.com)


Jamaica are well ahead on the medal's table at the 43rd Carifta Games here in Fort-de-France, Martinique. Jamaica lead with 52 medals.

Jamaica 52 medals (25G, 19S, 8B)
Trinidad & Tobago 18 (5G, 5S, 8B)
Barbados 9 (4G, 3S, 2B)
Guyana 3 (3, 0, 0)
Guadeloupe 7 (2, 0, 5)
Dominica 2 (2, 0, 0)
Bahamas 13 (1, 6, 6)
Grenada 6 (1, 3, 2)
St. Lucia 4 (1, 1, 2)
Suriname 1 (1, 0, 0)
Martinique 7 (0, 3, 4)
Bermuda 4 (0, 3, 1)
St. Kitts and Nevis 2 (0, 1, 1)
Curacao 1 (0, 1, 0)
BVI 4 (0, 0, 4)
Cayman Islands 2 (0, 0, 2)

Not sure what happened to Bahamas who were talking about challenging Jamaica before the 2014 Carifta Games started.
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are you for real.....thats the medal count for trinidad and to now..... :banginghead: :banginghead: :banginghead: :banginghead: :banginghead:

track in dis country really in a decline yes

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Broadcast of Final Evening Session just started at this link:
http://justdwl.net/2014-carifta-games-live-stream.html
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What a race in the girls hurdles ... Valiant effort by Bim for gold, and to think this was not her pet event. The talent in the race for me doh was the Guadeloupean ... although bronze, if yuh break that race down technically, she could with refinement bring something to the table.

EDIT: Just realized she's at Kansas State ... wonder what the breakdown on the Yard squad is like in terms of domestic v college.
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On several Jamaican victories, the notable thing is not merely the wins, but just how comprehensive they are ...

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Hearty congrats to the medalists. Ah!  Got the stream. Long jump going on. I think our performance is totally unacceptable. Poor. We are not novice in this competition. 52 to 18. Poor! poor! poor!

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Just saw our girl in the U-16(not sure) 800  came in 8th. But, this is developmental meet. Hopefully next year she will be more ready with proper coaCHING.

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iN THE 800, fREDERICKS trip and fell. He came in 4th or 5th. The track also wet. Learn, from the yutemean. God Bless. Next year.

 

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