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Calabar's Taylor clocks first record at Champs 2014

Tuesday, March 25, 2014 | 5:39 PM    

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KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Calabar High School’s Christopher Taylor broke the first record at the 2014 staging of the Inter-Secondary Schools Boys and Girls Championships now underway at the National Stadium in Kingston.

Taylor ran a blistering 48.72 seconds in Heat 1 of the Class 3 boys 400m to erase the previous record of 49.13 held by Nathaniel Bann of Kingston College.

In an interview after the race, Taylor said he feels confident that he can cut his time down to 48 seconds. He also added that he is looking forward to running 21 seconds in the 200m.

Heats for the 200m will begin on Wednesday.

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