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Champs Fever 2015

 |  Written by Oshae Hudson  |  0
Champs Fever 2015,St. Jago,Natalliah Whyte,Kimone Shaw,

Photo: Natalliah Whyte wins the 200m final ahead of Sashalee Forbes of Holmwood Technical (not in shot) and Saqukine Cameron of Edwin Allen who finished third. Also in shot is Britney Hew of Holmwood who finished 5th.

In the build up to the 105th staging of the annual Boys and Girls championship, it was always being promoted amongst many pundits that Monk Street, Spanish Town based, St Jago High School was in with a legitimate chance to ambush the defending champions, Edwin Allen High School and regain their hold on the girls title.

 |  Written by Oshae Hudson  |  0
Champs Fever 2015,Natalliah Whyte,Saqukine Cameron,

Photo: Natalliah Whyte comforts Saqukine Cameron after winning gold in the Girls 200m finals at the ISSA Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Championships. Cameron who was one of the favourites for the event finished 3rd.

Sports has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does. It speaks to youth in a language that they can understand. Sports can create hope where once there was only despair.

 |  Written by Oshae Hudson  |  0
Champs Fever 2015,STATHS,Michael Ohara,Ayesha Champagnie

Photo: Champs 2015 Super Athlete Ayesha Champagnie tallied 30 points for her school St. Andrew Technical High School (STATHS) at the ISSA/Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Championships.

It is the amount of points accumulated at Champs that determines who stands tall at the end of each staging of the annual ISSA Boys and Girls Championship, but there is a sense of pride and accomplishment that comes with being crowned individual overall champion and also for the class in which you participate.

 |  Written by Oshae Hudson  |  0
Champs Fever 2015,Michael Ohara,Jaheel Hyde,

Photo: Michael Ohara of Calabar wins the Class One Boys 110m hurdles ahead of rival Jaheel Hyde of Wolmers, third is Seanie Selvin of Calabar. Levaughn Battick of Kingston College placed 5th.

Fresh into his first year in Class One, Michael O’Hara was tipped to give his school valuable points in their bid for the Boys title at Champs 2014, however it went all downhill for him when he was disqualified from his 100m semi-final after picking at the start of the race.

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Champs Fever 2015,Kingston College,Calavar,Edwin Allen,Hydel

Photo: Holmwood Technical team captain and triple gold medalist Lisa Buchanan

With the curtains, now down on another thrilling and spectacular, staging (105th) of the ISSA Boys and Girls Championships, fans and track and field lovers the world over are still trying to catch their collective breaths after being witnesses to some very outstanding moments over the five days and 15 records set at Champs 2015.

 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0
Champs Fever 2015,Calabar,Kingston College,St.Jago,

Calabar is indeed in pole position after Day 4 of the 105th staging of the ISSA/Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Championships.

Boasting a 23 points lead and the calibre of athletes the defending champions have in finals on Day 5, one cannot fault those who believe its over.

Supporters of a rejuvenated Kingston College believe that they can steal the title on the last day having secured quality entries in many of the finals on the last day.

Calabar's two representatives are expected to finish in the top 3 or 4 in the Javelin Open

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Champs Fever 2015,Edwin Allen,Calabar,Kingston College,

CHAMPS 2015- DAY TWO ROUND UP

Track Action

Action pack 200m heats

It was a double take for defending girls champions Edwin Allen in the 200 Meter Dash Class 4, with Shanique Rowe (25.00) and Kevona Davis (25.08) top qualifiers for the finals. They were joined by one of the event favourites St. Jago's Joanne Reid (25.13), Mount Alvernia High pair of Soyinne Grenyion 25.16 secs and Shannakay Andrews (26.04). The final field is completed by Nattesha Palmer Holmwood Technical (25.82) and Dorian Nelson Excelsior High (26.04).

 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0
Junelle Bromfield,STETHS,Champs Fever 2015,

Photo: Junelle Bromfield

“From the starting block”- Junelle Bromfield

School: St. Elizabeth Technical High School

Events: 800, 1500, 400, 400H, 4* 400 relay

Class: 2

2014 champs performance- Class 2 : 800 m gold, 4th Place in 1500m and a member of STETHS 4x400 metre relay squad which placed fifth in the event.

2015 Season Build up –JC invitational St Elizabeth Technical High School's Junelle Broomfield won with 2:17.75, beating Vere Technical's Britnie Dixon (2:20.95) and Kara Grant of Spaulding, third in 2:22.29.

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Usain Bolt Foster Classics,Twayne Crooks,Kingston College,Champs Fever 2015

The world fastest man, Usain Bolt, took to the track at the GC Foster Classics on Saturday as he participated in the 400m in the final event is the six-meet Digical Athletic Gran Prix Series. Bolt looked tired as he crossed the finishing line, winning his heat in a time of 46.38.

“I am very pleased with the run and it’s my first 400 Meter of the season and I hope I don’t have to run anymore," he laughed.

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Sasha-Gay Whyte,Britnie Dixon,Vere Technical,Champs Fever 2015,

Photo: Sasha-Gay Whyte and Britnie Dixon

You will know who they are when you see them, as the sign of champions is written across their faces. Young Britney Dixon and Sasha-Gay Whyte are two of the of the most humble junior track athletes you will come across.

Britnie Dixon's running style is very distinct, and when she lines up at the start line in the colours of Vere she brings back memories of former star and national record holder Inez Turner and Evette Turner, who represented their alma Mata, Vere Technical well over 25 years ago at Champs.

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