Fast track

There were record-breakers and eye-catchers at today’s first day of the two-day Powerade-sponsored Barbados Secondary Schools Athletics Championship at the National Stadium.

The likes of Harrison College’s Mario Burke sizzled, Mary Fraser of Darryl Jordan once again showed she is in a class by herself and Matthew Clarke brought joy to Combermerians past and present.

Barbados TODAY brings a pictorial review of today’s action.

Sada Williams of Coleridge and Parry won the under-20 girls 400m comfortably.
Sada Williams of Coleridge and Parry won the under-20 girls 400m comfortably.
Hayley Matthews of Harrison College won the under-20 girls javelin with a throw of 42.60m.
Hayley Matthews of Harrison College won the under-20 girls javelin with a throw of 42.60m.
Mary Fraser won the under-17 girls 400m ahead of Tiana Bowen of Lester Vaughan.
Mary Fraser won the under-17 girls 400m ahead of Tiana Bowen of Lester Vaughan.
Members of the St Michael School's winning 4x100m relay team.
Members of the St Michael School’s winning 4x100m relay team.
Michael Nicholls of Lester Vaughan won the under-20 boys 110m hurdles easily.
Michael Nicholls of Lester Vaughan won the under-20 boys 110m hurdles easily.
Akayla Morris of The Lodge School equalled the record in the under-15 girls 200m.
Akayla Morris of The Lodge School equalled the record in the under-15 girls 200m.
Tamia Battershield of Coleridge and Parry won the junior girls 75m hurdles.
Tamia Battershield of Coleridge and Parry won the junior girls 75m hurdles.

 

(Photographs by Morissa Lindsay)

 

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