Carifta Games results for Monday, April 6

Apr 7, 2015 | Athletics, Sports | 0 comments

The 2015 Carifta Games have come to a close in St. Kitts and Nevis, with Jamaica coming out on top with 85 medals, ahead of the Bahamas with 31. Barbados (16), Trinidad & Tobago (22) and Grenada (8) round out the top five.
Boys U18 Discus Throw: Deondre Rutherford, Bahamas, 47.41m
Boys U18 Long Jump: Pakito Dudley, Jamaica, 7.03m
Girls U18 100m Hurdles: Janeek Brown, Jamaica, 13.29sec
Girls U20 100m Hurdles: Yanique Thompson, Jamaica, 13.21sec
Boys U18 110m Hurdles: Tavonte Mott, Bahamas, 13.14sec
Boys U20 110m Hurdles: Jaheel Hyde, Jamaica, 13.36sec
Girls U18 800m Run: Mary Fraser, Barbados, 2min 11.63sec
Boys U18 800m Run: Leon Clarke, Jamaica, 1min 56.75sec
Boys U20 Triple Jump: Miguel van Assen, Suriname, 16.24m
Girls U20 800m Run: Shaquania Dorsett, Bahamas, 2min 11.99sec
Boys U20 800m Run: Paul Tate, Jamaica, 1min 52.43sec
Girls U20 Discus Throw: Shanice Love, Jamaica, 49.39m
Girls U18 200m Dash: Shaneil English, Jamaica, 23.38sec
Boys U18 200m Dash: Akanni Hislop, Trinidad & Tobago, 20.91sec
Girls U20 200m Dash: Kayelle Clarke, Trinidad & Tobago, 23.12sec
Boys U20 200m Dash: Mario Burke, Barbados, 21.51sec
Boys U20 5000m Run: Thaleentino Green, Jamaica, 15min 55.29sec
Girls U18 4x400m Relay: Jamaica, 3min 39.13sec
Boys U18 4x400m Relay: Jamaica, 3min 12.07sec
Girls U20 4x400m Relay: Jamaica, 3min 37.96sec
Boys U20 4x400m Relay: Jamaica, 3min 9.13sec
Medal Count (top five countries):
1. Jamaica: 85 medals (41 gold, 25 silver, 19 bronze)
2. Bahamas: 31 medals (8 gold, 13 silver, 10 bronze)
3. Barbados: 16 medals (7 gold, 4 silver, 5 bronze)
4. Trinidad & Tobago: 22 medals (6 gold, 8 silver, 8 bronze)
5. Grenada: 8 medals (1 gold, 3 silver, 4 bronze)
(Image source: Jamaica Observer)

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