Observing Champs 2014

Friday, March 28, 2014    

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Jamaica Observer Photo Editor Bryan Cummings captures Day Three action of the 104th ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys' and Girls' Athletics Championships at the National Stadium.

Marlena Eubanks

Marlena Eubanks of Edwin Allen High on her way to victory in the Girls Class One 800m semi-finals.

Jevaugn Minzie

Bog Walk High's Jevaugh Minzie in action during the Boys' Class One 100 metres first round.

Tyreke Wilson

Calabar High Boy's Class Three 100m favourite strides to victory in preliminary action.

Shauna Helps

Wolmer Girls Class Two sprint double favourite Shauna Helps powers to victory in the earlier rounds.

Raheem Chambers

St Jago High's Boys' Class Two double sprint hopeful Raheem Chambers cruises to victory.

Basil Bingham

Calabar High's Basil Bingham won gold in the Boys' Class One discus.

Class 4 Long Jump

Hydel High's Shade Parr in her winning leap of the Girls Class Four long jump.





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