Day 1 Morning RESULTS

Men’s DISCUS-Qualifying  (65.50m or at least the 12 best advance to FINALS)

34th Fedrick Dacres (JAM) 50.69m (17th-Group A)

Women’s SHOT PUT-Qualifying (18.40m or at leaf 12 best advance to FINALS)

8th Cleopatra Borel (TTO) 18.20m (4th-Group A)

25th Danniel Thomas (JAM) 16.99m (14th-Group B)

Women’s 100M Preliminary Round (First 2 in each heat and next 2 fastest advance to HEATS in the afternoon session)

Heat 2-1st Sunayna Wahi (SUR) 12.09 sec


100m hurdles

2nd Akela Jones (BAR) 13.00 sec- 1124 points

High jump

4th Akela Jones (BAR)1.89m-1093 points

After two events

4th Akela Jones (BAR) 2217 points

Day One Evening Results

Day One Evening Results

Women’s HAMMERQualifying 

(72.00m or at 12 best to advance to FINALS)

30th-Daina Levy (JAM) 60.35m (x. 60.35, x) (16th-Group A)

Men’s 400mHeats 

(First 3 in each heat and the next 3 fastest to SEMIFINALS)

Qualified semifinals

1st-Kirani James (GRN) 44.93 (1h6), 2nd Machel Cedenio (TTO) 44.98 (1h1), 4th Bralon Taplin (GRN) 4515 (1h2), 4th Rusheen McDonald (JAM) 45.22 (2h6), 6th Steven Gardner (BAH) (1h7)/Lalonde Gordon (TTO) (1h4) 1h4, 27th Javon Francis (JAM) 45.88 (3h3)

Did not qualify for Semifinals

20th Chris Brown (BAH) 45.56 (4h4), 24th Fitzroy Dunkley (JAM) 45.66 (3h3), 26th Winston George (GUY) 45.77 (5h6), 35th Deon Lendore (TTO) 46.15  (6h5), 45th Brandon Valentine-Parris (VIN) 47.62 (7h3), dq Alonzo Russell (BAH)

Men’s LONG JUMP Qualifying 

(8.15m or at least 12 best advance to FINALS)

12th-Damar Forbes (JAM) 7.85 (7.85, 7.68, 7,62) (5th Group B)

16th-Tyrone Smith (BER) 7.81 (7.78, 7.81, 7.67 (10th-Group A)

No mark-Aubrey Smith (JAM) x, x, x, (Group A)


Cleopatra Borel (TTO)

Women’s HEPTATHLON-Shot put

10th-Akela Jones (BAR) 14.09 (800 points)

Standing after the shot out

3rd Akeal Jones (BAR) 3017 points

Women’s HEPTATHLON200m

13th-Akela Jones (BAR)-24.35 (947 points)

Standing after the 200m-

3rd Akela Jones (BAR) 3964 points

10:40pm Women’s 100m-Heats

(First 2 in each heat and the next 8 fastest advance to the SEMIFINALS)

Qualified for semifinals

1st Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (JAM) 10.96 (1h4), 2nd Michelle-Lee Ahye (TTO) 11.00 (1h6), 11th Elaine Thompson (JAM) 11.21 (1h7), 15th Christania Williams (JAM) 11.26, 20th Semoy Hackett (TTO) 11.35 (3h7)

Did not qualify for semifinals

27th Kelly-Ann Baptiste (TTO) 11.42 (4h5), 27th Tahesia Harrigan Scott (IVB) 1.54 (5h4), 39th Tynia Gaither (BAH) 11.56, 53rd Brenessa Thompson (GUY) 11.72 (7h2), 60th Sunayna Wahi (SUR)

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Anthony Foster is a renowned Jamaican sports journalist, honored twice as the Jamaica sports journalist of the year (in 2004 and 2005). His journalistic achievements are globally recognized. Notably, he authored an award-winning article on Usain Bolt, the iconic 6-time Olympic champion, 11-time World champion, and record holder for the sprint double. This significant piece was published in the Jamaica Gleaner in 2004. Anthony's extensive coverage includes prestigious events such as the Olympic Games in Beijing 2008, London 2012, and Rio 2016. He has also provided coverage for seven (7) World Athletics Championships held between 2007 and 2022, alongside various other international sporting events. Noteworthy mentions comprise his coverage of the 2007 World Cup of cricket and his cherished experience reporting on the 2004 clash between his favorite football team, Argentina, and the USA.


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