WEDNESDAY’S SCHEDULE

Wednesday's schedule

SWIMMING

Men's 200 m Individual Medley

4:30 am - Keanon Dols

ATHLETICS

Women's 400m Heats

4:30 am – Junelle Bromfield

4:38 am – Tiffany James

4:46 am – Roneisha McGregor

Men's 800m Heats

5:29 am – Navasky Anderson

Men's 400m Heats

6:20 am – Anthony Cox

6:28 am – Nathon Allen

6:52 am – Jevaughn Powell

Men' s High Jump Final

1:00pm – Romaine Beckford

Men's 100m Semi-Final

1:10 pm – Conroy Jones

1:18 pm – Keamr Bailey-Cole

Women's 100m Semi-Final

1:35 pm – Remona Burchell

1:43 pm – Elaine Thompson-Herah

1:51pm – Natalliah Whyte

Women's Shot Put Final

2:05 pm – Danniel Thomas-Dodd/Lloydricria Cameron

3:30 pm Men's 100m FINAL

3:45 pm – Women's 100m FINAL

BADMINTON

Men's Singles Round of 64

4:30 am – Joel Angus

Mixed Doubles Round of 64

11:00 am – Samuel Ricketts/Tahlia Richardson

Women's Singles Round of 64

11:30 am – Katherine Wynter

Men's Singles Round of 64

12:30pm – Samuel Ricketts

Mixed Doubles Round of 64

1:00 pm – Katherine Wynter/Joel Angus

BOXING

Light Heavyweight Quarter-Final

3:45 pm – Jerone Ennis

JUDO

Men's +100kg Elimination Round of 16

­­– Steven Moore

LAWN BOWLS

Men's Singles Sectional Play

2:30 am – Robert Simpson

5:30 am – Robert Simpson

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