By anguillian May 8, 2017 11:46 Updated

Athletes (Photo submitted)

Anguillian athletes enjoyed a “Golden Weekend” when some 37 athletes travelled to St. Martin to compete in the 16th Avenir Sportif Track Classic on Saturday, 29th April.
This event featured athletes from St. Martin, St. Maarten, St. Barthes, Guadeloupe, Martnique and Anguilla.

Team Anguilla excelled in various events as evidenced by the results below:
Under 12 Girls
Sage Connor Gold 50ms 7.41
Jasmin Alcantara Silver 50ms 7.76
Monae Gumbs Bronze 50ms 7.82 5th 1000ms
Junicia Connor 8th 1000ms
Jadia Fleming 7th 1000ms
Under 12 boys
Keante Brooks Gold 50ms 7.62
Shaquille Watty Gold 50ms 7.62
Jemar Willock Gold 1000ms
Mario Hodge Silver 1000ms
Jhakia Dascent Bronze 50ms
Nazario Gumbs 5th 1000ms
Under 14 Girls
Akiarra Pina Richardson Gold Shot Put 8.79ms PB
Shaquanique Hanley Gold 1000ms
Akoyah Phillips Gold 100ms13.20PB sec Silver Long jump 4.24pb , Bronze Shot Put
Frankahja Fleming Silver 100ms13.64
Iyesha Carty Bronze Long Jump 4.22
Mikayla Carty Silver 1000ms
Carsheda Pemberston 4th 100ms and Long Jump
Under 14 Boys
Omar Hodge Gold Shot put 10.23pb and Bronze 1000ms
Keyondre Azille Bronze long Jump 4.67pb
Aliquoy Gumbs 4th Long jump 4.65pb
Tajhjani Brooks 6th 1000ms
Calique Julius 6th long jump

Under 16 Girls
Sethreanda Williams Silver 100ms 13.49 and Bronze long Jump 4.36m
Adriana Charles Bronze 1000ms
Mavicia Buchanan Bronze Shot Put 7.49m and 5th 100ms

Under 16 Boys
Zaquarii Gumbs Gold Long Jump 5.52 and Silver 100ms 12.49PB
Junaro Dupie Bronze 100ms 12.76 PB

Under 18 Girls
Tritania Lowe Gold Long Jump 5.54m and Silver 100 12.64 PB
T-kailah Richardson Gold 100ms 12.50

Under 18 Boys
Shaquan Ryan Gold Long Jump 5.75m
Saymon Rijo Gold 200ms 23.07 and Silver 100ms
Davin Fleming Gold 400ms 53.46 and Bronze 100ms
Gary Villegas Silver 1500ms
Keith Richardson Silver Shot Put 12.99m
Ryan Gumbs Silver Long Jump 5.25m and Bronze in the 1500ms

Our overseas athletes also turned in stellar performances over the weekend, when Artesha Richardson eclipsed Rosanna Browne’s 200m National Record of 24.80 by creating a new National Record of 24.37 in the 200m at the Bobcat Classic in San Marcos, Texas. Rosanna’s record stood since 1991.
Not to be outdone Rechelle Meade set a new school record in long jump at the University of Idaho with a leap of 6.09.
Congratulations to all of our athletes as they continue to improve.

– Press Release
(Published without editing by The Anguillian newspaper.)

By anguillian May 8, 2017 11:46 Updated


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