Giving their best

Two days of exciting track and field action in the 2015 Barbados Secondary Schools Athletics Championship (BSSAC) came to a climax this evening with new kings and perennial queens.

A number of records were set, several sporting rivalries were renewed, and others were started, as the youngsters gave of their very best. Some competed at the top of their form, while others gave their all despite carrying niggling injuries. At the end of the day parents, coaches, organisers, sponsors and volunteers could feel proud with their contribution to another showcase of Barbadian talent.

Barbados TODAY brings a pictorial review of our children’s efforts.

The Lodge School's dynamic 4x400m relay team.
The Lodge School’s dynamic 4x400m relay team.
Akeila Knight of Combermere won the under-20 girls 800m.
Akeila Knight of Combermere won the under-20 girls 800m.
Mario Burke of Harrison College (right) won the under-20 boys 200m ahead of Combermere's Ramarco Thompson (second right).
Mario Burke of Harrison College (right) won the under-20 boys 200m ahead of Combermere’s Ramarco Thompson (second right).
Joint victrix ludorum Akayla Morris was unstoppable in the under-15 girls 100m.
Joint victrix ludorum Akayla Morris was unstoppable in the under-15 girls 100m.
Ashantia Phillips of Graydon Sealy Secondary won the under-20 girls high jump.
Ashantia Phillips of Graydon Sealy Secondary won the under-20 girls high jump.

 

(Photographs by Morissa Lindsay)

 

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