#Champs2023: Boys to tackle 400m hurdles final at Champs on Friday

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The finals have been set for each of the Boys’ 400m hurdles at the ISSA/Grace Kennedy Championships at the National Stadium.

In class 2, Deandre Gayle of Jamaica College’s (JC) time of 53.13 seconds leads the way to the final.

The other finalists include Requel Reid of Calabar High, the Kingston College (KC) pair of Taj-Oneil Gordon and Jordan Taylor, Demarco Bennett of Excelsior High, Orando Pine of Edwin Allen, JC’s Rojay Black and Mona High’s Kevin Bliss.

In the class 1 equivalent of the event, Edwin Allen High’s Tyrece Hyman is the fastest qualifier with a time of 51.26 seconds.

St Elizabeth Technical’s Shamer Blake, KC’s Antonio Forbes, Daneil Wright of Excelsior High, Herbert Morrison’s Trevoy Smith, Theo Morgan of Edwin Allen, St Jago’s Jaheene Bell and JC’s Princewell Martin.

The final of the Boys’ Class 2 400m hurdles will take place on Friday at 5:48pm, while the class 1 finalists will grace the track at 6:00pm.

Athena Clarke , OBSERVER Online reporter

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