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Carifta Games javelin record
breaker, Tyrik Horsford, took the
spotlight once again at NCG/ Nation-
al Association of Athletics Admin-
istrations (NAAA) National Junior
Championships over the weekend
after sealing a hat-trick of gold
medals in the Under-16 field events.
Horsford, 15, completed the treble
with a gold in the Boys U-16 shot put
on Sunday after tossing the iron ball
This followed a double he claimed
on Saturday, the opening day, with a
gold in the discus (54.66m) and
another gold in the javelin, during
which he hurled the 600g spear
Horsford left Randolph Isaac of
Burnley trailing behind for second in
both the discus and shot put events,
where the latter recorded marks of
48.43 and 15.31m, respectively. Kareem
Peters, Horsford s Zenith teammate
was the runner-up in the javelin with
a 45.35m effort.
Horsford s hat-trick saw him con-
tribute significantly to Zenith s haul
of gold medals on the day. Zenith cap-
tured a total of 15 gold medals (28
medals), courtesy also of Carifta
medallists Asha Hames (Girls U-18)
and Vandell Joseph (Boys U-18), both
of whom also claimed the javelin titles.
Apart from the 15 gold medals,
Zenith also clinched seven silver and
six bronze medals, and may have even
copped more had it not been for the
club s athletes missing on the relay
events. They were forced catch earlier
flights to Tobago earlier.
Among the other top performers
for Zenith and on a whole was Akanni
Hislop, the Carifta triple medallist,
who won both the Boys U-18 100m
and 200m titles, as he did last year.
He dominated both tracks taking the
100m in 10.48 seconds and the 200m
NGC/NAAA JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP
in 20.96 seconds.
Similarly, two-time World Jun-
iors finalist Jonathan Farinha of
Abilene Wildcats also defended
the Boys U-20 100m and 200m
titles, clocking 10.42 and 20.87
The championships was the
last opportunty for this country s
junior athletes to secure standards
set for the World Youth Cham-
pionships (Under-18) which takes
place in Cali, Colombia from July
15-19 and the Pan American Jun-
ior Championships (Under-20)
set for Edmonton, Canada from
July 31 to August 2.
However, securing the stan-
dards does not automatically earn
an athlete a spot on the national
team for either events, nor does
the inability to secure the stan-
dards rule them out of selection.
The NAAA is expected to name
int national teams by tomorrow.
Horford dominates Under-16 class
1 Odion Graham, Toco Tafac, 7:17.79
1 Abilene Wildcats (Judah Taylor, Jamoul
Pierre, Jeremiah Hamilton, Jacob St Clair),
2 Memphis Pioneers (Kadeem Campbell,
Kobe John, Alexei Nicholas, Jesse
3 Cougars (Recardo Prescott, Jaden St
Louis, Jedaiah Hinds, Ashton Gill), 3:23.61
1 Memphis Pioneers (Kafi Ottley, Jeminise
Parris, Jerisa James, Thyla-Marie Scott),
2 Abilene Wildcats (Ishawn Francis,
Kadisha Francois, Jodiah McSween,
Aaliyah Mitchell), 4:01.48
3 D'Abadie Progressive (Brittany Thomas,
Delish Paul, Aquilla St Louis, Kezia Crooks),
1 Iley Bruce, Dovers, 16:16.80
2 Kriston Yahkarhim, Palo Seco, 19:05.10
1 Precious George, Warriors, 54.85m
2 Jonathan Hazelwood, Zenith, 43.46m
1 Ian West, Point Fortin New Jets (100m -
11.46; long jump - 6.62m; shot put - 13.10m;
high jump - 1.83m; 400m - 51.68; 110h -
15.78), 6,225 pts
1 Dovers T&F (Kushaun Joachim, Joash
Huggins, Keston Black, Aaron Brewster),
2 Concorde AC (Keston Wickham, Shomari
John, Dillon Bernard, Micaiah Joseph),
3 Memphis Pioneers (David Pierce,
Kadeem Campbell, Alexei Nicholas, Jesse
1 Memphis Pioneers (Zoe Ifill, Jeminise
Parris, Kafin Ottley, Thyla-Marie Scott),
2 Abilene Wildcats (Tia Honore, Kadisha
Francois, Jodiah McSween, Jael
3 Concorde (Ana-Lise Hassett, Kadesha
Prescott, Miochaela Neils, Shania Charles),
200m finals (0.8)
1 Akanni Hiselop, Zenith, 20.96
2 Jalen Purcell, Simplex, 21.78
3 Jerod Elcock, Abilene, 21.93
1 Kirlon Ashby, Zenith (100m - 11.75; long
jump - 6.22m; shot put - 10.62m; high jump
- 1.68m; 400m - 53.89; 110h - 15.62), 4,822
1 Abilene Wildcats (Karl Bailey, Judah
Taylor, Ronaldo Moore, Jerod Elcock),
2 Memphis Pioneers (Renaldo Alleyne-
Noeriga, Kobe John, Clement Campbell,
Bevon Gordon), 42.66
3 Dovers T&F (Gyasi Young, Leon Joseph,
Dariel Bernard, Akeeni Spencer), 45.65
Girls 800m run
1 Kershel McIntyre, Cougars, 2:23.22
2 Shania Francis, FAS, 2:25.79
3 Shania LeMatrie, Rebirth, 2:31.37
1 Kieanne Blackman, Memphis Pioneers,
2 Makida Alexander, Warriors, 26.91m
3 Peaches Stewart, Falcons, 26.34m
1 Concorde (Akilah Lewis, Michaela Neils,
Safiya Wyke-Cooke, Shania Charles), 49.58
2 D'Abadie Progressive (Brittany Thomas,
Alisha St Louis, Jada Clarke, Aquilla St
3 Speed Factory (Morisha Arthur, Renee
Stoddard, Jendayo Noel, Karista Thomas),
1 Memphis Pioneers (Shahim Laptiste,
Kyelon Margot, Jabari Samuel, Kirvon
2 Piont Fortin New Jets (Remy CHarles,
Timothy Frederick, Hakeem Montano,
Brandon Monsegue), 45.73
3 Concorde (Kelvin McDonald, Shakeel
John, Arista Small, Renaldo McEachnie),
1 Memphis Pioneers (J'Da Browne, Deleth
Charles, Rae Ann Serville, Jeneil Morris),
2 Cougars (Melissa Boxhill, Caliyah
Wallace, Joanna Rogers, Shanique
3 Concorde (Safiya Wyke-Cooke, Akilah
Lewis, Olufemi Banswell, Sherene
SELECT NATIONAL JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS
Memphis Pioneers' Johanna Parris competes in the girls long jump
competition on day one of the NAAA junior championships at the Hasely
Crawford Stadium, Port-of-Spain yesterday. PHOTO: ABRAHAM DIAZ
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