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Edwin Allen

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Digicel Grand Prix,Champs 2017,Kingston College,Calabar High,Edwin Allen,St.Jago High,Hydel High,Spot Valley High,Rusea's High,Holmwood Technical High,

Photo: Christopher Taylor points to the clock as he pilot's home Calabar High School to a record breaking win in the last track event of the Digicel Athletics Grand Prix Series Finale at the National Stadium on Saturday. Calabar won the event in 3:09.96 seconds to erase the 3:10.84 seconds set way back in 2015 by St. Elizabeth Technical High School.

The National stadium was host to a feast of exciting and thrilling performances as the curtains came down on the third staging of the Digicel Grand Prix on Saturday.

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Christopher Taylor,Jhevaughn Matherson,Calabar High,Kingston College,Champs 2017,Edwin Allen,Kevona Davis,Renee Shaw,

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.

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Hydel High,Holmwood Technical,Edwin Allen,Milo Western Relays,ISSA/Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Championships,Champs 2017,

Photo: Hydel High dominated the girls sprint hurdles while following home the "Big Two", Edwin Allen and Holmwood Technical in the Relays at the Milo Western Relays at the Catherine Hall Stadium on Saturday.

Three relay records along with a few individual event records were rewritten as the nation’s junior and senior athletes put on a fine display at the Milo Western Relays on Saturday.

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Nathaniel Bann,Champs 2017,Kingston College,Jamaica College,Calabar,St. Jago,Edwin Allen,Holmwood,

Photo: KC's Nathaniel Bann leading the field in the Class One Boys 800m at the JC-Danny Williams/Pure Water Development Meet at Jamaica College. Bann has returned from two years of injuries and is looking to get ready for Camps 2017.

A host of high school athletes rolled out on Saturday at the 24th staging of the JC-Danny Williams/Pure Water Development Meet at Jamaica College as they continue to hone their skills and get in shape for another exciting season of athletics.

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Edwin Allen,Champs 2016,JC/Pure Wata Development Meet,Shellece Clarke,

Photo: Shellece Clark blowing away the field in her heat of the Class 2 Girls 100m at the JC/Pure Water Development Meet at Jamaica College on Saturday.

The silent warrior or heavyweight amongst Class two female sprinters, whatever title is assigned to the outstanding Shellece Clark, from the barns of the Frankfield based institution, Edwin Allen, it is pretty much a perfect fit.

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Penn Relays,LIME,Kingston College,Calabar,Edwin Allen,

Kingston, Jamaica – The LIME Foundation continued its proud tradition of helping to send Jamaican athletes to the annual Penn Relays Classics in the USA, with a handover yesterday morning of $3.6 million to 24 teams.

As Jamaica’s prowess on the junior athletics stage continues its steady upward march, the Foundation has been stepping up its support over the years.

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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.

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


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).

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Paula-Ann Gayle,Edwin Allen,Champs Fever 2015,

Photo: Paula-Ann Gayle

It was a time of great jubilation and celebration at the end of Boys and Girls Championship 2014 as Edwin Allen High school from Frankfield, got their second title ever in the competition's history.

Edwin Allen girls, showed great determination and confidence from the start and went on to seal the title with a massive 337.50 points. St Jago High placed second with 263 points. Third was Hydel High on 229 points while defending champions Holmwood Technical finished fourth with 211.50 points; and Vere Technical finished fifth on 141.