#Champs 2023: KC's Tahj-Marques White adds 200m gold to 400m
Tahj-Marques White of Kingston College adds 200m title to 400m title at Champs 2023.

KINGSTON, Jamaica— Tahj-Marques White added the Class 2 boys’ 200m title to the 400m title he won on Thursday after leading a Kingston College 1-2 on Saturday's final day of the ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys’ and Girls’ Athletics Championships at the National Stadium.

White clocked 21.44 seconds (-2.5m/s) with his teammate Nyrone Wade second in 21.96 seconds, just ahead of Wolmers Boys’ Ainsley McGregor who was given the same time.

Jamaica College’s Malique Smith Band won the Class 1 final with a personal best 20.90 seconds (-2.7m/s) as he finished ahead of St Elizabeth Technical’s Javorne Dunkley- 21.40 seconds and Jamaica College’s Jaiden Reid- 21.52 seconds.

Shaun Lewis of St Elizabeth Technical won the Class 3 gold medal with 22.90 seconds (-1.9m/s), just ahead of St Jago High’s Rayj Reece- 22.93 seconds and Jamaica College’s Malique Dennis- 22.96 seconds.

-Paul A Reid

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