Sunday 21 July, 2019

Trinidad & Tobago scores 24 medals at CARIFTA Games 2019

Trinidad and Tobago swept 24 medals at the CARIFTA Games in the Cayman Islands over the weekend. 

57 athletes in all represented the nation from April 20 to 22 at the Tru­man Bod­den Sports Com­plex in George Town. Jay­den Scott won T&T's first medal on Saturday, winning bronze in the men's Un­der-17 shot put. 

Trinidad and Tobago placed third overall in medal count, earning four gold medals, eight silver, and 12 bronze.

Below are the medal winners: 

 

GOLD 

Devin Augustine (Men's U17 100m)

Shaniqua Bascombe (Women's U17 200m)

Tyriq Horsford (Men's U20 Javelin)

Safiya John (Women's Open Heptathlon) 

 

SILVER

Shaniqua Bascombe (Women's U17 100m)

Akilah Lewis (Women's U20 100m)

Antonia Sealy (Women's U20 Javelin) 

Antonia Sealy (Women's Open Heptathlon) 

Kelsey Daniel (Men's U20 Triple Jump)

Reneisha Andrews (Women's U17 4x100m relay)

Leah Bernard (Women's U20 4x100m relay)

Jessiah Jones (Men's U17 4x400m relay)

 

BRONZE
 

Jayden Scott (Men's U17 Shot Put)

Rae Anne Serville (Women's U20 400m)

Kymoi Noray (Women's U20 Javelin)

Tamika Badal (Women's 400m Hurdle)

Anson Moses (Boys Open Octathlon)

Veayon Joseph (Men's U17 Javelin)

Kelsey Daniel (Men's U20 Long Jump)

Ianna Roach (Women's U20 Shot Put)

Tamia Badal (Women's U20 4x400m)

Jayden Scott (Men's U17 Discus)

Anthony Diaz (Men's U17 4x100m relay)

Malika Coutain (Women's U17 4x400m)

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