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http://www.carifta2014.fr/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/800m-18-Girl2.pdf

Monday 21st April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Faheemah Scraders (BER) 2:10.68 wins U18 Girls 800m Final Carifta Games 2014
T&T's Je-risa JAMES placed 8th in 2:20.16

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/cH--iViEcLM" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer" class="bbc_link bbc_flash_disabled new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/cH--iViEcLM</a>

800m /-18ans GIRLS Finale 1 à 16h 57

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

1 SCRADERS Faheemah Ky (B CA F Bermude 2'10''68 N3 971
2 BROMFIELD Junelle (Jam) ca F Jamaique 2'10''79 N3 970
3 DIXON Britnie (Jam) ca F Jamaique 2'13''33 N4 929
4 WARNER Lakeisha (Ivb) CA F Iles Vierges Britanique 2'15''84 N4 889
5 DORSETT Shaquania (Bah) CA F Bahamas 2'17''36 IR1 866
6 FORD Amber (Bah) CA F Bahamas 2'18''34 IR1 851
7 RICHARDS Reanada (Skn) CA F St Kitts&nevis 2'18''40 IR1 850
8 JAMES Je-risa (Tri) CA F Trinidad Et Tobago 2'20''16 IR2 823
lundi 21 avril 2014 17h09
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http://www.carifta2014.fr/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/800m-20-Boys1.pdf

Monday 21st April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Kevon Robinson (JAM) 1:51.02 wins U20 Boys 800m Final Carifta Games 2014
T&T's Nicholas LANDEAU placed 3rd in 1:51.86

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800m / -20ans BOYS Finale 1 à 17h 30
Rd.M: 1'41''73 AMOS N. () 09/08/2012

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

1 ROBINSON Kevon (Jam) ju M Jamaique 1'51''02 N3 1000
2 HAMILTON Rajay (Jam) ju M Jamaique 1'51''05 N3 999
3 LANDEAU Nicholas (Tri) JU M Trinidad Et Tobago 1'51''86 N3 977
4 BELAFONTE Joirel (Cay) JU M Iles Caimans 1'52''42 N4 962
5 RILEY Ashley (Bah) JU M Bahamas 1'53''41 N4 935
6 RUSSEL Claudius (Bah) JU M Bahamas 1'55''31 IR1 886
7 HINDS Tre (Bar) JU M Barbade 1'55''52 IR1 880
8 PARRIS Ka'jon (Skn) JU M St Kitts&nevis 1'56''31 IR1 860
lundi 21 avril 2014 17h37
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Monday 21st April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Monique McPherson (JAM) 2:09.85 wins U20 Girls 800m Final Carifta Games 2014
T&T's Elia NERO placed 4th in 2:15.49

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800m /-20ans GIRLS Finale directe 1 à 17h 20
Rd.M: 1'54''01 JELIMO P. () 29/08/2008

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

1 MC PHERSON Monique (Jam) ju F Jamaique 2'09''85 N2 985
2 WHYTE Sasha-gaye (Jam) ju F Jamaique 2'13''19 N4 931
3 FARIAL Cheryl JU F Guadeloupe 2'13''29 N4 929
4 NERO Elia (Tri) JU F Trinidad Et Tobago 2'15''49 N4 895
5 EPHESTION Ruchelle JU F Martinique 2'18''48 IR1 848
6 DANIEL Renika (Skn) JU F St Kitts&nevis 2'19''46 IR1 834
7 RICHARDSON Jonica (Aia) JU F Anguille 2'19''72 IR1 830
HIELD Jennaya (Bah) JU F Bahamas NP 0
lundi 21 avril 2014 17h24
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Monday 21st April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Javelot (600 G)/-20ans GIRLS Finale directe 1
Rd.M: 63m01 REBRYK V. () 10/07/2008

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

1 LECKFORD Olivia (Jam) ju F Jamaique 44m41 N3 756
2 BINNS Isheka (Jam) ju F Jamaique 43m32 N3 736
3 FONDS Priscillia JU F Guadeloupe 39m17 IR1 659
4 MOHAN Chuntal (Tri) JU F Trinidad Et Tobago 38m75 IR1 651
5 GUMBS Tynelle (Ivb) JU F Iles Vierges Britanique 37m90 IR2 635
6 WARREN Portious (Tri) JU F Trinidad Et Tobago 36m20 IR2 604
7 LOUSSOUARN Eloise JU F Martinique 35m74 IR3 595
8 DOEGLAS Charissa (Sur) JU F Surinam 33m67 R1 556
9 MCKINNEY Walliscia (Bah) JU F Bahamas 33m54 R1 554
10 FERGUSON Brendia (Bah) JU F Bahamas 32m94 R1 543
11 BALENTINA Marelly (Cwu) JU F Curacao 31m02 R2 507
lundi 21 avril 2014 17h52
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http://www.carifta2014.fr/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/200m-U-18-Boys1.pdf

Monday 21st April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Chad Wlaker (JAM) 20.99 (+2.3) wins U18 Boys 200m Final Carifta Games 2014
T&T's Akanni HISLOP ran into 5th place in 21.65

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200m / -18ans BOYS Finale 1 à 18h 12 Vent : +2.3

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

1 WALKER Chad (Jam) ca M Jamaique 20''99 N2 1081
2 MATHERSON Jhevaughn (Ja CA M Jamaique 21''13 N2 1061
3 MARTIN Javan (Bah) CA M Bahamas 21''15 N2 1058
4 WALTON Jamal (Cay) CA M Iles Caimans 21''64 N3 989
5 HISLOP Akanni (Tri) CA M Trinidad Et Tobago 21''65 N3 988
6 YAW Jason (Guy) CA M Guyana 21''70 N3 981
7 THOMPSON Ramarco (Bar) CA M Barbade 22''09 N4 928
BOWE Tyler (Bah) CA M Bahamas NP 0
lundi 21 avril 2014 18h35
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http://www.carifta2014.fr/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/200m-U-20-Boys.pdf

Monday 21st April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Michael O'Hara (JAM) 20.50 (+1.3) wins U20 200m Final Carifta Games 2014
T&T's Jonathan FARINHA did not start

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200m / -20ans BOYS Finale 1 à 18h 31 Vent : +1.3
Rd.M: 19''93 BOLT U. () 11/04/2004

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

1 O'HARA Michael (Jam) ju M Jamaique 20''50 IB 1152
2 MINZIE Jevaughn (Jam) ju M Jamaique 20''56 IB 1144
3 CADOGAN Levi (Bar) JU M Barbade 20''67 N1 1127
4 GARDINER Steven (Bah) JU M Bahamas 20''87 N1 1098
5 FRANCIS Miguel (Ant) JU M Antigua&barbuda 21''04 N2 1074
6 KERR Ian (Bah) JU M Bahamas 21''45 N3 1015
7 MITCHELL Matthew (Ant) JU M Antigua&barbuda 21''54 N3 1003
FARINHA Jonthan (Tri) JU M Trinidad Et Tobago NP 0
lundi 21 avril 2014 18h39

NB:
Don't know what happened to Jonthan Farinha and why he didn't start as he was a definite medal contender in this 200m final. Hopefully he is not badly injured.
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Monday 21st April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Kayelle Clarke (TRI) 23.10 (+2.3) wins U20 Girls 200m Final Carifta Games 2014
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200m / -20ansGIRLS Finale 1 à 18h 20 Vent : +2.3
Rd.M: 22''18 FELIX A. () 25/08/2004

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

1 CLARKE Kayelle (Tri) JU F Trinidad Et Tobago 23''10 IB 1134
2 BAIRD Kadecia (Guy) JU F Guyana 23''13 IB 1131
3 DALLAS Kedisha (Jam) ju F Jamaique 23''69 N1 1089
4 ALBURY Keianna (Bah) JU F Bahamas 23''97 N2 1069
5 WHITE Makeya (Bah) JU F Bahamas 24''25 N3 1048
6 THOMPSON Brenessa (Guy) JU F Guyana 24''33 N3 1042
7 DENOON Zakiya (Tri) JU F Trinidad Et Tobago 24''48 N3 1031
CAMERON Saqukine (Jam) ju F Jamaique AB 0
lundi 21 avril 2014 18h36
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Monday 21st April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

5 000m/-20ans BOYS Finale directe 1 à 18h 43
Rd.M: 12'47''53 GEBRHIWET H. (ETHIOPIE) 06/07/2012

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

1 FRITH Obrien (Jam) ju M Jamaique 15'48''51 IR4 694
2 FOOTE Romario (Jam) ju M Jamaique 15'51''66 IR4 685
3 LUDOP Brian JU M Martinique 16'04''56 R1 651
4 MARSCHALL Akeem (Tri) JU M Trinidad Et Tobago 16'21''44 R2 607
5 JAMES Tallan (Grn) JU M Grenade 16'23''77 R2 601
6 FLORENTY Lorenzo JU M Martinique 16'32''02 R2 581
7 HUNTE Joshua (Bar) JU M Barbade 16'48''51 R3 540
8 JOSEPH Jevon (Tri) JU M Trinidad Et Tobago 16'49''14 R3 539
9 GRANDISON Dario (Bar) JU M Barbade 16'56''10 R3 522
10 LLYOD Jaleel (Dma) JU M Dominique 17'25''40 R5 456
11 HINSEY Derricko (Bah) JU M Bahamas 17'34''20 R5 437
12 MERILAN Bob Stanley (Hai) JU M Haiti 19'33''14 D4 218
MINORS Dage (Ber) JU M Bermude AB 0
lundi 21 avril 2014 19h19
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Monday 21st April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Disque (1.7 Kg)/-20ans BOYS Finale directe 1
Rd.M: 70m13 NESTERENKO M. () 24/05/2008

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

1 WATSON Glefford (Jam) ju M Jamaique 52m00 N3 899
2 GAYLE Demar (Jam) ju M Jamaique 51m96 N3 898
3 MAYCOCK Drexel (Bah) JU M Bahamas 49m31 N4 849
4 HIGGS Kyle (Bah) JU M Bahamas 48m49 N4 833
5 ANTOINE Romario (Bar) JU M Barbade 47m96 IR1 823
6 WILLIAMS Kenejah (Tri) ju M Trinidad Et Tobago 46m29 IR1 792
7 LOVELL Dequan (Bar) JU M Barbade 42m99 IR3 730
8 PHELIPA Joshua (Cwu) JU M Curacao 37m42 R2 626
9 SIMAX Florian JU M Martinique 31m45 R6 514
lundi 21 avril 2014 19h25
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I have been talking about kayelle clarke for a while....she is a good talent with a great attitude and strong work ethic.

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Monday 21st April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Longueur /-18ans BOYS Finale directe 1

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

1 WASOME Obrien (Jam) ca M Jamaique 7m66 +2.6 N2 1055
2 WRIGHT Andweulle (Tri) CA M Trinidad Et Tobago 7m38 +1.5 N3 997
3 VAN ASSEN Miguel (Sur) CA M Surinam 7m12 +1.2 N4 942
4 WASHINGTON Micaiah (Ant) CA M Antigua&barbuda 7m09 +0.0 N4 936
5 PAQUET Guillaume CA M Guadeloupe 7m03 +2.8 N4 924
6 BRADSHAW Akeem (Ivb) CA M Iles Vierges Britanique 6m91 IR1 899
7 BECKLES Josiah (Bar) CA M Barbade 6m83 +0.0 IR1 882
8 MARTIN Holland (Bah) CA M Bahamas 6m71 +2.0 IR2 857
9 MULLINGS Ken (Bah) CA M Bahamas 6m60 +1.5 IR2 835
10 DAVID Kizan (Skn) CA M St Kitts&nevis 6m59 +0.0 IR3 833
11 RICHARDS Che (Tri) CA M Trinidad Et Tobago 6m55 +3.1 IR3 824
12 MATHEW Wayne (Skn) CA M St Kitts&nevis 6m43 +1.3 IR3 800
13 INNOCENT Harrison CA M Guyane Francaise 6m40 +1.0 IR3 794
14 BERTON Luis CA M Martinique 6m36 +1.4 IR4 785
15 HODEBAR Enzo CA M Guadeloupe 6m34 +0.0 IR4 781
16 WELLINGTON Shammawi (Jam) ca M Jamaique 6m31 +2.7 IR4 775
17 GRAHAM Coull (Ant) CA M Antigua&barbuda 6m18 +2.0 R2 748
18 DUNCAN Darrio (Tks) CA M Turc&caicos 6m04 +0.3 R3 720
19 OREL Sandro CA M Martinique 6m01 +1.8 R3 714
MARLIN Herbie (Aho) CA M Saint Martin NP 0
JAMES Meshack (Aho) CA M Saint Martin NP 0
PIKA Dave (Sur) CA M Surinam NC 0
lundi 21 avril 2014 19h21
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Monday 21st April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Carifta 2014 U-18 Girls 4x400m Final
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4 X 400m/-18ans GIRLS Finale 1 à 19h 10

Pl. Equipe Relais Fort De France le 21 avril 2014 Lig. Dpt Perf. Pts

JAMAIQUE 3'37''65 1075
(1- DUGGAN Taqece (Jam) caF, 2- BROMFIELD Junell (Jam) caF, 3- KALAWAN Shannon (Jam) caF, 4- JAMES Tiffany (Jam
1
BAHAMAS 3'39''65 1058
(1- DORSETT Shaquani (Bah) CAF, 2- ROLLE Dreshannae (Bah) CAF, 3- BETHEL Brianne (Bah) CAF, 4- ANDERSON Done
2
BARBADE 3'41''90 1040
(1- BROME Shonita (Bar) CAF, 2- WILLIAMS Sada (Bar) CAF, 3- HOYTE Jaria (Bar) CAF, 4- BOWEN Tiana (Bar) CAF)
3
GUYANA 3'46''23 1005
(1- SAMUELS Avon (Guy) CAF, 2- HOOPER Natricia (Guy) CAF, 3- GEORGE Cassey (Guy) CAF, 4- SAMPSON Jevina (Guy
4
TRINIDAD ET TOBAGO 3'51''11 967
(1- SCOTT Thyla-mari (TRI) caF, 2- STODDARD Renee (TRI) CAF, 3- WOLFE Anika (TRI) CAF, 4- PARRIS Jeminise (TRI) C
5

GRENADE 3'52''56 956
(1- WHITEMAN Princes (Grn) CAF, 2- RODNEY Meleni (Grn) CAF, 3- MAPSON Christhel (Grn) CAF, 4- MITCHELL Chelsea
6
GUADELOUPE 3'53''72 947
(1- PAULINE Kellya CAF, 2- PELTIER Fanny CAF, 3- VANONY Meline CAF, 4- CARTI Sareena Yndra CAF)
7
ILES VIERGES BRITANIQUE 4'00''37 896
(1- WARNER Lakeisha (Ivb) CAF, 2- DeFREITAS Beyonc (Ivb) CAF, 3- ZACHARIA Frett (Ivb) CAF, 4- LACEY Judie (Ivb) CAF
8
lundi 21 avril 2014 19h24
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Monday 21st April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Jamaica 3:12.63 wins U18 Boys 4x400m Final Carifta Games 2014
T&T 3rd in 3:13.77

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4 X 400m/-18ans BOYS Finale 1 à 19h 23

Pl. Equipe Relais Fort De France le 21 avril 2014 Lig. Dpt Perf. Pts

JAMAIQUE 3'12''63 990
(1- BANN Nathaniel (Jam) caM, 2- MANLEY Martin (Jam) caM, 3- ELLIS Nigel (Jam) caM, 4- HYDE Jaheel (Jam) caM)
1
BAHAMAS 3'13''16 982
(1- ROLLE Kinard (Bah) CAM, 2- COLEBROOK Samson (Bah) CAM, 3- PINDER Justin (Bah) CAM, 4- DELAUZE Henry (Bah
2
TRINIDAD ET TOBAGO 3'13''77 973
(1- STEWART Corey (TRI) CAM, 2- ST CLAIR Jacob (TRI) CAM, 3- FREDERICK Terry (TRI) CAM, 4- KING Kasfief (TRI) CAM
3

ILES CAIMANS 3'22''33 853
(1- LEWIS Tahj (Cay) CAM, 2- GREGORY Daval (Cay) CAM, 3- WALTON Jamal (Cay) CAM, 4- CONOLLY Rashaun (Cay) C
4
US ILES VIERGES 3'22''34 853
(1- ROACHER Ateniah (Isv) CAM, 2- GRIFFIN Rodney (Isv) CAM, 3- EUGENE Kohun (Isv) CAM, 4- SMITH Malique (Isv) CAM
5
ST KITTS&NEVIS 3'24''19 828
(1- HUGGINS Hakeem (Skn) CAM, 2- LIBURD Tahj (Skn) CAM, 3- WARNER Darille (Skn) CAM, 4- FRANCIS Xavier (Skn) C
6
TURC&CAICOS 3'24''56 823
(1- FRANCOIS Darly (Tks) CAM, 2- MISSICK Courtney (Tks) CAM, 3- CORVIL Woodens (Tks) CAM, 4- DUNCAN Darrio (Tks
7
BARBADE NP 0
(1- THOMPSON Ramarco (Bar) CAM, 2- MARSHALL Romario (Bar) CAM, 3- LEACOCK Rivaldo (Bar) CAM, 4- NICHOLLS M
lundi 21 avril 2014 19h34
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43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Carifta 2014 U-20 Girls 4x400m Final
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4 X 400m/-20ans GIRLS Finale directe 1 à 19h 37
Rd.M: 3'27''60 . () 18/07/2004

Pl. Equipe Relais Fort De France le 21 avril 2014 Lig. Dpt Perf. Pts

Jamaique 3'38''20 1070
(1- HAUGHTON Camira (Jam) juF, 2- MC NEIL Yanique (Jam) juF, 3- KNIGHT Andrenett (Jam) juF, 4- LONEY Dawnalee (Jam
1
Trinidad Et Tobago 3'46''11 1006
(1- CUMMINGS Ayoka (TRI) JUF, 2- JOSEPH Tsai-anne (TRI) juF, 3- ETTIENNE Shirnel (TRI) JUF, 4- DENOON Zakiya (TRI
2

Bahamas 3'47''64 994
(1- LEWIS Juannae (Bah) JUF, 2- NEYMOUR Loushany (Bah) JUF, 3- WHITE Marisa (Bah) JUF, 4- THOMPSON Talia (Bah)
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lundi 21 avril 2014 19h48
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Monday 21st April results
43rd CARIFTA GAMES 2014

Trinidad Defeats Jamaica 3:06.02 wins U20 Boys 4x400m Final Carifta Games 2014
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4 X 400m/-20ans BOYS Finale directe 1 à 19h 51
Rd.M: 3'01''09 . (ETATS UNIS D'AM.) 18/07/2004

Pl. Equipe Relais Fort De France le 21 avril 2014 Lig. Dpt Perf. Pts

Trinidad Et Tobago 3'06''02 1089
(1- GUEVARA Asa (TRI) JUM, 2- FARINHA Nathan (TRI) JUM, 3- LEWIS Theon (TRI) JUM, 4- CEDENIO Machel (TRI) JUM)
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Jamaique 3'07''71 1063
(1- HENRY Ivan (Jam) juM, 2- WILLIAMS Okeen (Jam) juM, 3- DOODNAUGSHING Ma (Jam) juM, 4- ALLEN Nathon (Jam) j
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Bahamas 3'11''32 1009
(1- PIERRE Jr. Kelso (Bah) JUM, 2- CARTWRIGHT Janek (Bah) JUM, 3- RILEY Ashley (Bah) JUM, 4- GARDINER Steven (B
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Barbade 3'18''33 908
(1- HINDS Tre (Bar) JUM, 2- DAVID Akeim (Bar) JUM, 3- CADOGAN Levi (Bar) JUM, 4- SCANTLEBURY Dari (Bar) JUM, 5- G
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Turc&caicos 3'22''05 857
(1- JEAN Waldy (Tks) JUM, 2- CLERVIL Dacliche (Tks) JUM, 3- CHERY Wesley (Tks) JUM, 4- ROBINSON Lucien (Tks) JUm
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St Kitts&nevis 3'30''70 743
(1- BRIDGEWATER Alkr (Skn) JUM, 2- HUGGINS Nathanie (Skn) JUM, 3- WILLIAMS Adrian (Skn) JUM, 4- ISAAC Kivaun (
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Another view of the Final.

Trinidad Defeats Jamaica 3:06.02 wins U20 Boys 4x400m Final Carifta Games 2014
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« Last Edit: May 06, 2014, 01:28:41 PM by Socapro »
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instead of being content with lower placings.

STMB, I don't think we are contented with the lower places. JA just have better athletes than us. They work hard with their talent pool. We have a lot of cating up to do.

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So I see why Farhina did not run the 200. They kept him for the relay. They kept him for the relay.

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In the 5,000 ah feel strongly that Jevon and Akeem could have worked Martinique out of that bronze. We ran too individualistically. Jevon might have been out of a medal, but Akeem seemed a legitimate contender.

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So I see why Farhina did not run the 200. They kept him for the relay. They kept him for the relay.

Yep, seems so.

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2014 Carifta Games Final Medal Count
« Reply #169 on: April 21, 2014, 09:03:52 PM »
2014 Carifta Games Final Medal Count

1. Jamaica : 88 medals (Record Medal Haul!)
- Gold 42
- Silver 34
- Bronze 12

2. Trinidad and Tobago : 25 medals (I think we could have done better!)
- Gold 6
- Silver 7
- Bronze 12

3. Barbados : 16 medals (Well done to little Barbados!)
- Gold 5
- Silver 5
- Bronze 6

4. Guyana : 4 medals
- Gold 3
- Silver 1
- Bronze 0

5.Guadeloupe : 11 medals
- Gold 3
- Silver 0
- Bronze 8

6.Dominica : 2 medals
- Gold 2
- Silver 0
- Bronze 0

7.Bahamas : 20 medals
- Gold 1
- Silver 8
- Bronze 11

8. Grenada : 6 medals
- Gold 1
- Sylver 3
-Bronze 2

9. Bermuda : 5 medals
- Gold 1
- Silver 3
- Bronze 1

10. Saint Lucia : 3 medals
- Gold 1
- Silver 1
- Bronze 1

11. Suriname : 2 medals
- Gold 1
- Silver 0
- Bronze 1

12. Martinique : 8 medals
- Gold 0
- Silver 3
- Bronze 5

13. ST Kitts and Nevis : 3 medals
- Gold 0
- Silver 1
- Bronze 2

14.Antigua and Barbuda : 1
- Gold 0
- Silver 1
- Bronze 0

15.Curacao : 1
- Gold 0
- Silver 1
- Bronze 0

16. British Virgin Islands : 4 medals
- Gold 0
- Silver 0
- Bronze 4

17. Cayman Islands : 2 medals
- Gold 0
- Silver 0
- Bronze 2

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I am disappointed in that I was hoping T&T would win as many gold medals as last year if not more which would have been at least 8 gold medals but at least we won a total of 5 medals more than the 20 we won last year. T&T's target medal haul should be 40 medals with at least 15 gold. Anything less and we are not performing to our full potential and our NAAATT need to look at themselves and what they are doing to develop our T&F talent in T&T from the school level coming up.

Many thanks anyway to the T&T Team and athletes for putting their best feet forward and representing to the best of their abilities and especially to those who ran in the Boys U-20 4 x 400m Relay Final to close out the 2014 Carifta Games with a well earned gold medal. We are proud of you! :thumbsup:
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4x400m final. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_vkZH7jH-U

Trinidad Defeats Jamaica 3:06.02 wins U20 Boys 4x400m Final Carifta Games 2014
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I don't know what to make of this medal haul. The slide towards teen numbers that started in 2010-2013 was averted, but looking at the numbers it seems like the decline still hasn't been halted.

Number of golds is one more than Barbados, and lower than should be expected for us.

The positive spin should be signs of progress, I guess, but looking beneath the surface - still much to be desired... :-[

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I don't know what to make of this medal haul. The slide towards teen numbers that started in 2010-2013 was averted, but looking at the numbers it seems like the decline still hasn't been halted.

Number of golds is one more than Barbados, and lower than should be expected for us.

The positive spin should be signs of progress, I guess, but looking beneath the surface - still much to be desired... :-[


Our sprint talent seems to be drying up but our quarter mile talent is looking okay to healthy! 
I think your help might be needed in getting our upcoming sprint talent to connect and work with the right/best coaches as they transition from junior to senior level! 8)
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CARIFTA 2014 DAY 3 UPDATES Golden Clarke; T&T 2nd
« Reply #173 on: April 22, 2014, 01:12:32 AM »
CARIFTA 2014 DAY 3 UPDATES
Golden Clarke; T&T 2nd

By Kwame Laurence in Fort de France
Story Updated: Apr 21, 2014 at 10:19 PM ECT (T&T Express)

UPDATE 2:

Kayelle Clarke struck gold for Trinidad and Tobago on the third and final day of the 2014 Carifta Games, here in Fort de France, Martinique, today.

Clarke won the girls’ under-20 200 metres in a wind-aided 23.10 seconds.

There was gold too for T&T in the boys’ under-20 4x400m. Asa Guevara, Nathan Farinha, Theon Lewis and Machel Cedenio topped the field in three minutes, 06.02 seconds.

T&T finished second at the Games with six gold medals, seven silver, and 12 bronze. Jamaica (42 gold, 34 silver, 12 bronze) finished first, while third spot went to Barbados (five gold, five silver, six bronze).

Akela Jones received the Austin Sealy Award for being the most outstanding athlete at the meet. The Barbadian earned three individual gold medals. The selection was made by the newly-formed Caribbean Alliance for Sports Journalists Association (CASJA).

Andwuelle Wright jumped 7.38 metres to seize silver for T&T in the boys’ under-18 long jump.

England-based Nicholas Landeau clocked 1:51.86 to bag bronze in the boys’ under-20 800m.

Ruebin Walters was third in the boys’ under-20 110m hurdles in 13.57 seconds.

Jeminise Parris bagged bronze in the girls’ under-18 100m hurdles in 13.79 seconds.

T&T earned silver in the girls’ under-20 4x400m in 3:46.11.

And in the boys’ under-18 4x400m, T&T picked up bronze in 3:13.77.
 
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Clarke wins Carifta 200m gold
« Reply #174 on: April 22, 2014, 01:17:43 AM »
Clarke wins Carifta 200m gold
Tuesday, April 22 2014 (T&T Newsday)

Trinidad and Tobago’s Kayelle Clarke brought glory to her country yesterday, winning the gold in the Girls U-20 200m event on the final day of competition at the 2014 Carifta Games held in Martinique. Clarke proved too good for her rivals, stopping the clock in a personal best time of 23.10


In morning action, TT’s Kenejah Williams picked up a silver medal in the U-20 Boys Shot Put with a throw of 16.55m. Jamaican Demar Gayle emerged as the champion when he threw 16.72 metres while Romario Antoine of Barbados (16.42) was third.

Meanwhile, Jeminise Sade Parris earned bronze in the U-18 Girls 100m hurdles in a time of 13.79, while Ruebin Walters, picked up his second bronze for this Carifta Games, this time in the U-20 Boys 110m Hurdles in 13.57. Another Bronze for Team TT, came from Nicholas Landeau in the 800m for Boys U-20, clocking 1:51.56

Asha James and Akida Briggs finished 4th & 5th respectively in the U-18 Girls Javelin Final.
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Clarke grabs 200 crown - Six-gold T&T 2nd at Carifta
« Reply #175 on: April 22, 2014, 01:28:28 AM »
Clarke grabs 200 crown
Six-gold T&T 2nd at Carifta

By Kwame Laurence Fort-de-France
Story Created: Apr 21, 2014 at 9:16 PM ECT (T&T Express)


Kayelle Clarke emerged as the star of the show for Trinidad and Tobago on the third and final day of the 2014 Carifta Games, at the Stade Pierre Aliker, here in Fort de France, Martinique, yesterday.

Clarke outduelled Guyana’s Kadecia Baird on the home straight, the T&T sprinter getting to the line in a wind-assisted 23.10 seconds to capture the girls’ under-20 200 metres title.

Clarke and Baird were locked in a close battle coming home. But near the end, the Guyanese stumbled, and Clarke grabbed the gold. Baird had to settle for silver in 23.13, while bronze went to Jamaican Kedisha Dallas (23.69).

Another T&T sprinter, Zakiya Denoon clocked 24.48 to finish seventh.

T&T struck gold in the final event on the track, Asa Guevara, Nathan Farinha, Theon Lewis and one-lap champ Machel Cedenio running away with the boys’ under-20 4x400m title in an impressive three minutes, 06.02 seconds.

The other medals went to Jamaica (3:07.71) and Bahamas (3:11.32).

An electric last-day atmosphere, fuelled by the sounds of Bahamian Junkanoo and a lively hometown music band, inspired some superb performances, including a stunning, but wind-aided, 13.10 seconds golden run from Jaheel Hyde in the boys’ under-18 110m hurdles. The Jamaican completed the hurdles double, following his one-lap success on Sunday.

T&T finished second at Carifta 2014 with six gold medals, seven silver, and 12 bronze—a total of 25. Jamaica (42 gold, 34 silver, 12 bronze) and Barbados (five gold, five silver, six bronze) were first and third, respectively.

And Barbadian Akela Jones, winner of three individual gold medals, received the Austin Sealy Award for being the most outstanding athlete at the meet.

Andwuelle Wright earned silver for T&T in the boys’ under-18 long jump with a 7.38m leap. Jamaica’s Obrien Wasome topped the field with a wind-assisted 7.66m jump, while third spot went to Suriname’s Miguel Van Assen (7.12m).

T&T’s Nicholas Landeau picked up another middle distance medal, yesterday. The England-based runner clocked 1:51.86 to capture bronze in the boys’ under-20 800m.

With 250 metres to go in the two-lap race, Landeau was fourth. But he made his move, and 200 metres from home was in bronze position. The 1500m silver medallist put in a big effort in a bid for the top spot, but Jamaicans Kevon Robinson and Rajay Hamilton were stronger at the end, taking gold and silver, respectively, in 1:51.02 and 1:51.05.

Ruebin Walters earned his second bronze medal at Carifta 2014, the T&T athlete finishing third in the boys’ under-20 110m hurdles in 13.57 seconds to add to his 400m hurdles medal on Sunday.

Guadeloupe’s Wilhem Belocian won in 13.23 seconds to erase Jehue Gordon’s 13.41 Games record from the books. Jamaican Tyler Mason was also faster than the old standard, clocking 13.25 to claim silver.

T&T’s  Jeminise Parris bagged bronze in the girls’ under-18 100m hurdles, getting to the line in 13.79 seconds to finish behind a pair of Jamaicans—Janeek Brown (13.48) and Sidney Marshall (13.62).

Ayoka Cummings, Tsai-Anne Joseph, Shirnel Ettienne and Denoon combined for silver in the girls’ under-20 4x400m. The T&T quartet clocked 3:46.11 to finish between Jamaica (3:38.20) and Bahamas (3:47.64).

Corey Stewart, Jacob St Clair, Terry Frederick and Kashief King teamed up for bronze in the boys’ under-18 4x400m in 3:13.77. Jamaica (3:12.63) and Bahamas (3:13.16) earned gold and silver, respectively.

T&T’s Akeem Marshall surrendered his boys’ under-20 5,000m title to O’Brien Frith, the Jamaican winning in 15:48.51. Marshall had to settle for fourth spot in 16:21.44.

In the girls’ under-20 800m, T&T’s Elia Nero was fourth in 2:15.49. And there was another fourth-place finish for the country in the girls’ under-20 javelin, Chuntal Mohan falling just short of the podium with a 38.75m throw.

Early yesterday, T&T’s Kenejah Williams threw the iron ball 16.55m to seize silver in the boys’ under-20 shot put. Jamaican Demar Gayle (16.72m) and Barbadian Romario Antoine (16.42m) earned gold and bronze, respectively.

In the girls’ under-18 javelin, Asha James finished fourth with a 37.91m throw, while her T&T teammate, Akidah Briggs landed the spear 37.19m for fifth spot.

Dominica’s Shanee Angol was the class of the field, securing gold with a big 49.66m effort.

Kevin Roberts was very satisfied with his golden performance in the octathlon.

The T&T athlete accumulated 5,696 points for a huge margin of victory in the two-day, eight discipline event. The runner-up, Grenada’s Javel St Paul earned 5,258 points. Martinique’s Florian Simax (5,222) was third, while T&T’s other octathlete, Victor Issac (5,125) finished fourth.

“I’m very happy about the victory,” said Roberts, following the completion of the octathlon, on Sunday. “My main goal coming into the Carifta Games was to win. Considering what happened in Carifta last year, pulling up and not finishing, the off-season I put in was really hard, and I expected this gold medal. My main goal was to get over 5,600 points, and that’s exactly as I did.

“From the first event to the last, I was in the lead, so it was a good win.”

Roberts topped four of the eight disciplines—100m (10.97 seconds), 110m hurdles (15.02), long jump (7.09m) and high jump (1.98m).
“The goals for the remainder of the season,” Roberts told the Express, “are to start the decathlon, and to head out to CAC (Central America and Caribbean) Juniors and World Juniors.”

The other T&T gold on Sunday was earned by Shakeil Waithe, the Tobago athlete winning the boys’ under-20 javelin with a 67.53m throw.
There was a bronze for T&T late on Sunday, Omari Benoit going over the bar at 2.00m to finish third in the boys’ under-18 high jump. Gold and silver went to Jamaican Lusahane Wilson and Bermuda’s Jahnai Perinchief, both athletes clearing 2.03m.

T&T also earned three 4x100m medals on Sunday.

Aaliyah Telesford, Denoon, Joseph and Clarke combined for girls’ under-20 silver in 45.32 seconds, finishing behind Jamaica (44.16) and ahead of Bahamas (45.47).

Micah Ballantyne, John Mark Constantine, Jamaal Bridges and Jonathan Farinha earned T&T bronze in the boys’ under-20 event in 40.71 seconds. Farinha, however, sustained a calf injury and was withdrawn from yesterday’s 200m final. Jamaica (39.38) and Bahamas (40.35) finished first and second, respectively, in the under-20 sprint relay.

There was bronze as well for T&T’s boys’ under-18 quartet, Chad Richards, Akanni Hislop, Stewart and Adell Colthrust teaming up for a 42.41 seconds run. Bahamas clocked 40.76 to claim gold, just ahead of Jamaica (40.78).

In the girls’ heptathlon, Ayanna Glasgow finished eighth with 3,752 points. But her T&T teammate, Meriah Freeman sustained an injury during the long jump, and did not complete the seven-discipline event. Freeman would be keen to make amends when the 2015 Carifta Games are staged in St Kitts/Nevis.
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Btw are Nathan Farinha and Jonathan Farinha the same person or are they brothers?

They both look very similar but when running the 100m or the 200m he goes by the name Jonathan Farinha but when he runs the 400m he seems to go by the name Nathan Farinha.

I am assuming that Nathan and Jonathan are the same person or am I wrong and they are actually brothers or even possibly twin brothers?

I am confused. Can anyone help?  :-\
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Some questions:

What's the banned substance protocol at CARIFTA?

What was the rationale to move from U17 to U18 categorization?

What's the plan  for us at Penn?

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our athletes need a proper strength and conditioning program along with diet/nutrition. Other than Clarke and Cedenio our finishing off a race was quit weak unlike the Jamaicans.   

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Btw are Nathan Farinha and Jonathan Farinha the same person or are they brothers?

They both look very similar but when running the 100m or the 200m he goes by the name Jonathan Farinha but when he runs the 400m he seems to go by the name Nathan Farinha.

I am assuming that Nathan and Jonathan are the same person or am I wrong and they are actually brothers or even possibly twin brothers?

I am confused. Can anyone help?  :-\

Seriously??? You really think that the NAAA or CARIFTA would allow the same person to enter the competition under two different names?

You saw two similar looking people running because they are brothers, but also twins.
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