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Clayton Brown

 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0

The varsity stadium was buzzing with black green and gold, as the Jamaica's athletes secured four Gold medals on the second day of the 3rd NACAC Senior Athletics Championships happening in Toronto, Canada.

2018 Athletics World Cup champion and Commonwealth Games Bronze medalist, Stephanie Ann Mcpherson took full control of the women's 400, leading from gun to tape, and crossed the line in 51.15s  to secure the first gold medal for Jamaica. Her teammate Christine Day, 53.04s was good enough for  fifth in that event.

 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0
Obrien Wasome,Champs Fever 2015,Jamaica College,Clayton Brown

Photo: Clayton Brown and Obrien Wasome, members of JC's 'jumpers squad' are looking towards goal medals at champs.

When Obrien Wasome leapt a distance of 16.12 metres at the Queens/Grace Jackson Invitational Meet in Kingston Jamaica on Saturday January 31st, 2015, he became the first Jamaican schoolboy to clear a distance of 16 metres in the triple jump.