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3 Stake Claim to 2022 CARIFTA GAMES meet in Kingston

February 08, 2022 4:18 PM | Osbert Francis (Administrator)
February 08, 2022 12:50 PM | Osbert Francis

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands- Following the completion of last Saturdays Track & Field Meet (February 5) staged at the Truman Bodden Stadium, by the  Cayman Islands Athletic Association (CIAA), three athletes  have  staked strong claims to be considered for selection to represent the country at the 2022 Annual Carifta Games to  be staged in Jamaica at their National Stadium, in Kingston between the 15th and  18th April 2022.

Leading the pack was veteran Carifta Games representative, Ashantae Graham who leapt to a distance of 5.43m to better  the  qualifying standard of 5.39m. Another Carifta Games representative, Brianna Smith easily passed the 9.73m qualifying standard for the U20 Girls Shot Put with a distance  of 10.44m. Promising male High Jumper, Josh Gardner, looked impressive in the U20 Boys High Jump when he bettered the qualifying height for consideration (1.93m) by equaling his Personal Best of 1.95m.

Other  Personal Bests were recorded  by Aliyanna Fisher and  Camerin Porter in the U20 and  U17 Girls Discus respectively, while Rashawn Robinson (11.66) and Aaliyannah  Anderson  (12.59) flirted  with  the Carifta qualifying standards for the  U17 Boys and Girls 100m events.

Full results of the Meet can be found on the Associations website,

The next Meet is scheduled for Saturday 12th February and entry forms are available on the Association’s website.

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