Gold again! Jamaica wins Boys Medley Relay final
Jamaica’s run at the IAAF World Youth Championships inside the RSC Olympiyskiy has just ended, with Boys Medley Relay team taking gold, and Michael O'Hara taking gold in the Boys’ 200 metre final earlier.
The athletes overcame travel challenges to land in Ukraine and collected a total of eight medals; six gold and two bronze over the five days of competition, leaving their mark as the number one ranked team at the end of competition.
Yanique Thompson, 100m Hurdles(76.2cm)
Martin Manley, 400 Metres
Jaheel Hyde, 110m Hurdles(91.4cm)
Marvin Williams, 400m hurdles(84.0cm)
Michael O'Hara, 200 Metres
Boys' Medley Relay
Tiffany James, 400 Metres
Christoff Bryan, High Jump
If you missed our coverage, below are some of our articles from The Gleaner's arrival in Donesk, and get a little taste of life in Ukraine with Andre Lowe’s Days in Donesk feature.
Gleaner’s IAAF World Youth Championships roundup:
READ: Talented juniors depart for WYC challenge
READ: IAAF WORLD YOUTH CHAMPS: Solid show by Jamaicans on Day One
READ: Another golden day for Jamaica
READ: Manley in seventh heaven
READ: Manley: Gold medal is for my coach
Days in Donesk feature:
READ: That golf cart scare!
READ: DAYS IN DONETSK - Love for Ukraine deepens daily
READ: DAYS IN DONETSK: A taste of Donetsk
READ: DAYS IN DONETSK - Sprint capital comes up short
READ: Days in DONETSK
READ: Days in Donetsk - Racism ... what racism?
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