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Christopher Taylor

 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0
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Photo: Christopher Taylor (left) leans at the line to stop the clock at 20.49 to finish first in the Men's 200m at the Jamaica International Invitational Meet at the National Stadium on Saturday. LaShawn Merritt (centre) finished second in 20.70 and Alex Wilson of Switzerland (right) finished sixth in 20.95.




 |  Written by Oshae Hudson  |  0
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Photo: University of Technology athlete Junelle Bromfield will headline a strong Jamaican Girls team to the Carifta Games to be held at the Ergilio Hato Stadium, Willemstad, Curacao from April 15-17.

The Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) has released a 84 member squad for the 46th staging of the Carifta Games to be held at the Ergilio Hato Stadium, Willemstad, Curacao from April 15-17. The 2016 squad achieved a record, 86 medal haul as Jamaica claimed their 30th straight hold on the title, a streak that probably won’t ever be broken.

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Photo: Christpoher Taylor blows away the field in the U-20 Boys 400m final at the Carifta Trials on Sunday. Taylor clocked a sparkling 45.41s to win the event.





Several of the nation’s junior track and field athletes had impressive victories during the Jamaica Administrative Athletics Association's (JAAA), two day Carifta Trials held on Saturday and Sunday inside the National Stadium.

 |  Written by Oshae Hudson  |  0
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Photo: Yardie Sports Senior Athletics writer - Oshae Hudson

As I sat inside the National Stadium, watching as jubilant supporters streamed into the facility on Saturday afternoon, something said to me, it was definitely looking to be a day we will always remember. Drenched in sunshine, there was the mire of supporting colours, noise and excitement. A mega race to the line for Champs 2016 was waiting to unfold— it just didn't get any better. Truly it didn't.

 |  Written by Christopher Lynch  |  0
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Actions heat up on the third day of the ISSA/Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Championship with five scheduled finals and qualifying in the 100 meters and 1500 meters for all classes.

All the athletes are listed and expected to grace the track in the highly anticipated Class One Boys 100m.

Jhevaughn Matherson is listed for heat three lane 4, Nigel Ellis from St Elizabeth Technical will run out of heat one, lane 4 and St Jago High Raheem Chambers is listed for heat three, lane 4.

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Photo: Christopher Taylor of Calabar High storms away from the field in heat one the Class 2 Boys 400m on his way to breaking the record and setting a new mark of 46.33s.

While there were no points on offer on day one of the 106th staging of the ISSA/Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Track and Field Championships inside the National Stadium on Tuesday, the fans were still treated to some good performances from the athletes on show as the first record of the five day meet was broken in the Class Two Boys 400m.

 |  Written by Christopher Lynch  |  0
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Photo: Christopher Taylor of Calabar and Jhevaughn Matherson of Kingston College are both on the verge of breaking World Youth records this year.

Arguably two of Jamaica's best male youth athletes, Christopher “Cubby” Taylor and Jevaughn “Smashing” Matherson could break World Youth records this season. The World Youth records are held by athletes aged 17 or younger.

With a lot of championship this year for both athletes to contest, they could join the likes of Usain Bolt and Jaheel Hyde to be individual World Youth record holders.