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Champs in action!
April 01, 2017
Kevona Davis of Edwin Allen wins heat one of the class three 100 metres in 11.74
Sashieka Steele of Holmwood Technical takes heat two of the class three 100-metre dash.
Shantae Foreman of Excelsior High clears a record-breaking height of 1.79 metres in the class three high jump final.
Annia Ashley of Edwin Allen leaps 5.92 metres to win the class two long jump final.
Christopher Brown of Petersfield takes the class two shot put fnal with a throw of 16.08 metres.
Patrice Moody of Edwin Allen (right) leads Isheena Belnavis (centre) of Hydel and Shamika Burton (left) from Wolmer's in their heat of the class one 100 metres.
Jhevaughn Matherson Kingston College (second left) is off to a flyer in heat one of the class one 100-metre dash. Matherson clocked 10.76 secs.
Aneka Brissett (right) of St Jago leads heat three of the class one 100 metres ahead of Demeisha Roswell from Vere Technical.
Kay-Lagay Clarke of St Jago leaps 5.33m in the class four long jump final.
Shantae Foreman of Excelsior points to her record breaking height of 1.79m in the class two high jump finals.
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