You can watch the boys compete for gold at 9:00 pm. On the other hand, Class 3 girls are expected to compete in the final at 8:52 pm
Jordan Rehedul of Kingston College and Nastassia Fletcher of Hydel High have been some of the shining lights in the ISSA/Boys’ and Girls’ Athletics Championships. They are currently leading the Class 3 400m final heading into Thursday’s final. The event is being held in the National Stadium.
Fletcher delivered dominant performances in semi-final one but she is expected to face stiff competition strong from Excelsior High’s Breana Brown. Many people believe that Brown is more likely to win on Thursday.
Muschett High’s Shanoya Douglas is also in the mix.
Rehedul delivered the best performances in the three semi-finals that were held in the boys’ event. he led the way with a time of 51.07 seconds. His teammate Eshanee Porter also impressed by winning semi-final three with the second-fastest time of the day a time (51.09).
Christopher Ellis of Calabar High will give the KC boys a run for their money. Ellis recorded a winning time of 51.51 seconds in the semis.
The other finalists include Akeem Honeyghan of Maggotty High, Marko Callaghan of Jamaica College, Jevari McKoy of Ferncourt High, St Jago’s Rushaine Richards and St Mary High’s Rasheed Grant.
You can watch the boys compete for gold at 9:00 pm. On the other hand, Class 3 girls are expected to compete in the final at 8:52 pm.