The athletics season is very much upon us. And today at the National Stadium the pupils of St Giles Primary gave of their best as they sought glory for their respective houses. Last year’s champions Brewster House surrendered their title very early to Adams House as the colour blue was a dominant factor in basically every event.
Barbados TODAY was there to capture the thrills and occasional spills and brings some of the action in this pictorial review.
Adams House are the new champions at St Giles. (Pictures by Morissa Lindsay)
Tyrese Clarke of Green House slammed the field to win the under-13 boys 200m ahead of Shawn Jack of Blue House.
Tyrek Dixon as he throws 44.40 for Yellow House in the under-13 boys cricket ball event.
Serena Edwards of Yellow House broke the under-13 girls cricket ball throw record with a distance of 38.31 to erase the previous 38.13m.
Rianna Maloney (second left) winning ahead of Yellow House’s Tianna Applewhaite and Tia Edwards of Blue House.
Redonte Graham ran a brilliant final leg to anchor Green House to victory in the 4x100m relay.
Javier Norville of Blue House (right) had stiff competition from Jaheim Farley of Green House but was able to hang on for the win in the under-nine boys division 150m.
Amaria Williams of Blue House won the under-13 girls long jump with a leap of 3.87m.
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