Team Jamaica has swept both sets Boys’ under-17 and under20 100m Hurdles as well as the Girls’ under-17 and under20 110m Hurdles, winning 4 gold and 3 silver medals, at the CARIFTA games underway on The Cayman Islands.
Deshaun Lamb clocked 13.54 to set a new boys’ under-17 110m hurdles CARIFTA record ahead of his teammate Niel Matthew Sutherland finishing second in 13.61.
Kay-lagay Clarke won the girls under-17 100m hurdles in a time of 13.68 followed by her teammate Crystal Shaw who won the silver medal in a time of 13.72
In the girls’ under-20 100m hurdles, Ackera Nugent won the gold in 13.24 while teammate hit a hurdle and finished last.
Rasheed Broadbell won the boys’ under-20 110m hurdles gold in a time of
13.26 to leading his teammate Vashaun Vascianna to win the silver medal with time of 13.32.