Velocity Fest
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Velocity Fest 10 is an approved World Athletics Continental Tour Challenger Level Event. The meet is scheduled for 5 pm to 8 pm at the National Stadium on April 2, 2022.

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The entry fee is J$1,000

The schedule below – Velocity Fest 10

Time Gender Event Round
17:00 Women 100m Semi-Final
17:00 Men High Jump Final
17:00 Men Long Jump Final
17:00 Men Shot Put Final
17:15 Men 100m Semi-Final
17:45 Women 400m Hurdles Final
17:45 Women Discus Throw Final
17:55 Men 400m Hurdles Final
18:00 Women Triple Jump Final
18:05 Women 400m Final
18:15 Men 400m Final
18:30 Men Discus Throw Final
18:35 Women 800m Final
18:40 Men 800m Final
19:00 Women 200m Final
19:10 Men 200m Final
19:15 Men Javelin Throw Final
19:35 Men 110m Hurdles Final
19:45 Women 100m Hurdles Final
19:55 Women 100m Final
20:00 Men 100m Final

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