Kingston College

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Sanya Richards-Ross,Kingston College,Penn Relays,Jamaica College, Akeem Bloomfield,St. Jago,Jhevaughn Matherson,

Photo: Sanya Richards-Ross celebrates with members of the Kingston College track and field team at the Penn Relays

The giants of North Street, Kingston College and St Jago High from Monk Street in Spanish Town, were left celebrating historic victories inside the Franklin Field Stadium on day three of the 122th staging of the Penn Relays on Saturday, while Jamaica College pulled off a massive upset to stun favourites Calabar High in the High School Boys 4x400m, as the curtains came down on yet another fantastic staging of the prestigious relays.

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Alfred Francis,Champs 2016,Puma,Kingston College,Calabar High,Wolmers,

 

Photo: Puma representative in Jamaica, Alfred 'Frano' Francis, displays the Bolt Evo Disc Laceless Spike, at the launch of the ISSA/Grace Kennedy Track an Field Championships at the Spanish Court Hotel last week.

 

 

 

 

Addressing the launch of the 106th staging of the annual ISSA/Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Athletics Championships at the Spanish Court Hotel last week,Puma Jamaica Representative Mr Alfred 'Frano' Francis revealed that Champs will be graced by the new, laceless Puma running spikes.

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Gibson-McCook Relays,Kingston College,Calabar High,Jamaica College,St. Jago High,Edwin Allen High,Holmwood Technical,

Photo: Chadayne Walker anchoring Kingston College to victory in the Class One Boys 4x200m at last year's Gibson-McCook Relays.

 

 

 

 

The Gibson-McCook Relays now steps into its "Ruby" year of existence and fans can expect a pleatra of high quality "gifts" through performances set to be unleashed in the 13 championship events, plus other individual events.

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Tyreke Wilson,Calabar High,Champs 2016, Kingston College,

Photo: Calabar High Class Two sprinter Tyreke Wilson is hunting to gold medals at Champs 2016.

Calabar High school sprinter Tyreke Wilson is working overtime to convert the two silver medals he won at the ISSA/Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Championship in 2015, to two gold medals in 2016.

Faced with the same opposition that relegated him to two runner up spots last year, teammates, Class Two 100m champion Dejour Russell and 200m champion Christopher Taylor, he is still positive that his fortunes will change when the championships get underway in a few weeks.

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Akeem Bloomfield,Kingston College,Champs 2016,

Photo: Kingston College 400m Class One record holder Akeem Bloomfield

As Champs 2016 creeps onto the horizon, Akeem Bloomfield carries his own international ambitions close to his heart.

Yardie Sports caught up with the standout junior athlete as he watched his teammates in action, from the stands, at the recently held Youngsters Goldsmith Meet.

When quizzed about his expectations of the ongoing season, Bloomfield indicated that he is thinking big this season.

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 Jhevaughn Matherson,Kingston College,Champs 2016,Raheem Chambers,St.Jago,

Photo: Jhevaughn Matherson of Kingston College is being interview by Oshae Hudson of Yardie Sports

He may be unsure of what his schedule will be like at the upcoming ISSA/Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Championships, but Kingston College’s Jhevaughn Matherson is keen to seize the chance to test himself against the best Class One sprinters after recovering from an injury that took him out during the Championships last year in his final year at Class Two..

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Champs 2016,Dejour Russell,Youngster Goldsmith Meet,Calabar,Kingston College,

Photo: Dejour Russell of Calabar leads all challengers in the Class 2 Boys 110m Hurldes at the Digicel/Puma Youngster/Goldsmith Meet on Saturday. Russell won the event in 11.41s.

Reigning Class Two 100m and 110m hurdles champion, Dejour Russel of Calabar shone bright at the Digicel/Puma Youngster Goldsmith Meet on Saturday, taking the unique double at the National Stadium in Kingston.

He won the 110m hurdles final in 14.11 seconds ahead of teammates Micheal Stephens 14.25 seconds and Orlanda Bennett 14.28 seconds.

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