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Photo: Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce ran a world leading 10.87s to win the 100m at the Velocity Fest Track Meet on Saturday.





Reigning Olympic champion Elaine Thompson-Herah and former Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce continued their fine form as the Velocity Fest Track and Field Series continued at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica on the weekend.

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Photo: Canadian javelin thrower Jarrett Chong, despite being the lone competitor in the event was able to focus and deliver a new personal best of 67.26m on his very first attempt.





Despite a very low spectator turnout and a small number of entrants, all of the athletes who performed at the inaugural staging of the Jamaica Administrative Athletics Association (JAAA) Under-18 Invitational Meet were happy to be associated with the event.

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A new champion will be crowned on Monday at Kensington Cricket Ground in Kingston at the final of the 25th Kingston Wharves Under 15 Cricket Competition when former champion St. Elizabeth take on first time finalist Kingston in their 50-over a side match-up starting at 9:30 am.

The two semi final matches were played on Friday at Seaview Cricket Ground at Whitehouse in Westmoreland between St. Elizabeth and Westmoreland and at Ultimate Cricket Ground in Discovery Bay St. Ann between St. Ann and Kingston.