#Champs2023: KC’s Rehedul leads field in Class 3 Boys 400m prelims
Kingston College’s (KC) Jordan Rehedul

KINGSTON, Jamaica – In the preliminary round of the Class 3 Boys 400m at the ISSA/Grace Kennedy Boys’ and Girls’ Champs, Kingston College’s (KC) Jordan Rehedul advanced to the next round as the fastest qualifier.

Rehedul took command of heat one and cruised to the line in 51.63 seconds. Holmwood Technical’s Antonio Allen claimed the second automatic spot in 54.95.

Ferncourt High’s Jevari McKoy won heat three in impressive fashion in 51.84 seconds. He was followed by Kyle Thompson of Jamaica College in 55.25 seconds.

The Calabar High pair of Christopher Ellis (52.56) and Malik Gayle (53.32), Maggoty High’s Akeem Honeyghan (51.70), Eshanee Porter of KC (52.94) and St Jago’s Rushaine Richards (52.51) were also winners in their respective heats.

The Class 3 Boys 400m semis will take place on Wednesday at 10:03 am.

Athena Clarke , OBSERVER Online reporter

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