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Champs moments - Reliving the 2018 ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls' Athletics Championships
Sunday | March 25, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Aryamanya Rodgers of Kingston College celebrates victory in the 2000m Boys’ Open Steeplechase finals on Thursday. Rodgers won with a time of 5:49.46.
Devar Clayton of Petersfield High School, Westmoreland, competes in the Boys’ Decathlon Long Jump on Wednesday.
Aneisha Ingram of Edwin Allen High School takes the win in the Girls’ 2000m Steeplechase Open on Thursday.
Daniella Anglin of Herbert Morrison High School wins the Class 2 girls high jump with a height of 1.80m yesterday.
Amoi Brown of Vere Technical High School wins the girls class 1 100m hurdles with a time of 13.26 yesterday.
Christopher Taylor of Calabar High School wins the Class 1 Boys’ 200m finals with a time of 20.35 yesterday.
An overjoyed Brianna Watt of Edwin Allen High School celebrates her win in the girls class 3 70-m hurdles yesterday.
Vere Technical High School Class 1 Girls high jumper Lamara Distin competes in the high jump finals, winning with a clearance of 1.75m on Friday.
High jumper Shantae Foreman of Excelsior High School celebrates her victory in the Class 3 High Jump and new record with her coach on Thursday.
Ockera Myrie (centre) of Petersfield High School wins the Class 1 Girls’ 200m finals yesterday.
Omarion Davis of Jamaica College wins the Class 3 Boys’ 1500m finals with a time of 4:15.64 on Friday.
Shiann Salmon of Hydel High School wins the 400m hurdles girls open event with a new record of 55.78 on Friday.
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