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Edwin Allen broke two sprint relays records while Kingston College (KC) won three of four 4x100m finals at Gibson McCook Relays at the National Stadium on Saturday, February 18.

Twin sisters Tina and Tia Clayton along with Srena Cole and Britney Johnson carried Edwin Allen Class Three to an impressive 44.59, erasing their mark of 44.76, set in 2018.

St. Jago finished second in 45.61 while Immaculate ended third in 46.92.

In Class 2, Edwin Allen with Kevona Davis took victory in a new record time of 44.75. They finished ahead f St. Jago 45.26 and Holmwood 46.16.

St. Jago topped Class 1 in 45.62 ahead of Holmwood, 45.87 and Edwin Allen 46.25

Holmwood, thanks to a brilliant run on the anchor, stole the show in the Class 4 girls’ 4x100m. They took victory in 48.86, just ahead of Immaculate 48.90 and Edwin Allen 48.91.

In the boys’ KC won Class 2 in 41.18 ahead of Calabar 41.48 and St. Jago 41.55.

KC also topped Class 3 in 43.71 ahead of Calabar 43.83 and Jamaica College (JC) 43.95

KC also won Class 4 in 45.64 ahead of St. Jago 47.03 and Jamaica College (JC) 47.39.

In the boys, Calabar got disqualified from the Class 1 boys’ 4x100m final, passing out of the zone. Wolmer’s got the victory in 40.50 ahead of St. Jago 40.54 and Kingston College (KC) 40.59.

MVP with Nigel Ellis and Jevaughn Minzie won the men’s 4x100m final in 38.89 ahead of GC Foster College 39.05 and Speed Unit 39.23.

Sprintec with Shashalee Forbes, Sharon Simpson, Natasha Morrison and Anastasia Le-Roy won the women’s event in 44.29.
Jamaica Masters were also winners in 45.74 while the National Team topped the Special Olympic section in 46.13.


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