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Champs 2014 points standings  Sunday, March 30, 2014

 Boys (Final Points)
1. Calabar High 305
2. Kingston College 208.50
3. Jamaica College 190
4. St. Jago High 158.50
5. St Elizabeth Technical Hi 123
6. Wolmer’s High School for 97.50
7. Edwin Allen High 51
8. Munro College 50
9. Holmwood Technical High 47
10. St. George’s College 46
11. Cornwall College 45
12. Petersfield High 31
12. Excelsior High 31
14. Bog Walk High 23
15. Spaldings High 20
16. Bellefield High 18
17. Manchester High 16
18. Oberlin High 11
19. Herbert Morrison Technical 10
19. Cedric Titus High 10
21. St. Andrew Technical High 9
21.Spot Valley High 9
23. Buff Bay High 7.50
24. Godfrey Stewart High 7
25. Gaynstead High 6
25. Mavis Bank High 6
25. Mannings High 6
28. William Knibb Memorial Hi 5
28. Campion College 5
30. Ardenne High 4
30. Newell High 4
32. Kemps Hill High 3
32. Lennon High 3
34. Mona High 2
34. Glenmuir High 2
34. Old Harbour High 2
34. Tacius Golding High 2
34. York Castle High 2
34. Dinthill Technical High 2
34. Vere Technical High 2
41. Claude McKay High 1
41. Donald Quarrie High 1

Girls (Final points)
1. Edwin Allen High 337.50
2. St Jago High 263
3. Hydel High 229
4. Holmwood Technical High 211.50
5. Vere Technical High 141
6. Wolmer’s High School for 89
7. Manchester High 79
8. St Elizabeth Technical 65
9.Convent of Mercy Alpha 50
10. Rusea’s High 38
11. Immaculate Conception Hig 34

13. St Andrew Technical High 27
14. The Queens School 26
15. Excelsior High 19
16. Petersfield High 14
17.St Catherine High 12
17. Holy Childhood High 12
19. Papine High 10
20. Buff Bay High 9.50
21. Dinthill Technical High 8
22. Spaldings High 7
22. Balaclava High 7
22. Glengoffe High 7
22. Herbert Morrison Technical 7
26. Oberlin High 6
27. Camperdown High 5
27. Lennon High 5
29. Hampton School for Girls 4
29. St Hugh’s High 4
31. Ardenne High 3
31. Mavis Bank High 3
31. Guys Hill High 3
34. Happy Grove High 2
34. Mona High 2
34. Denbigh High 2
34. Kellits High 2
38. Lacovia High 1
38. Merl Grove High 1

Track & Field Athletes

Usain Bolt Red Devil at Manchester United Rio Ferdinand Testimonial

ROLAND GARROS MEN’S FINAL CEREMONY JUNE 9, 2013

Usain Bolt, Jamaica's World's Fastest Sprinter presents Championship Trophy Cup to Rafael Nadal, 8-time Roland Garros Grand Slam Champion June 9th, 2013

Usain Bolt, Jamaica’s World’s Fastest Sprinter presents Championship Trophy Cup to Rafael Nadal, 8-time Roland Garros Grand Slam Champion June 9th, 2013

USAIN BOLT presented the 8th Roland Garros Championship Cup to 8 time winner, Rafa Nadal  June 9, 2013

USAIN BOLT presented the 8th Roland Garros Championship Cup to 8 time winner, Rafa Nadal June 9, 2013

Bobsled

Cool Runnings

Boxing

Cricket

West Indies vs England at Lords June 25 1963 exactly 50 years ago this day

Football (soccer)

Jamaica Golf Courses

Tennis

Dustin Brown Jamaican playing in 2013 Wimbledon

Jamaican Olympians Throughout History Couples Resort

 In the 1938 OLYMPICS, Jamaica wins
its first international multi-sports gold medals
at Panama City, Panama
in Track & Field, Lawn Tennis, Water Polo and WeightLifting
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<>Seventeen-year-old Arthur Wint
wins 
the 800 metres race
<>G.B. ”The Flying Farmer” Grant
becomes Jamaica’s first double gold medalist
with victories in the 1500 and 5,000 metres race
<>Donald Leahong wins the men’s singles on the Lawn Tennis court
<>Harry Dayes, later to be a well-known solicitor,
and veteran Loris Leyden, win the mixed doubles.
<>
Leyden becomes the first Jamaican female gold medalist
<>The Water Polo team features John Rogers,
later to be a well-known swimming coach
<>
O.G. Charley: Michael, Dennis, Lloyd & Max’s dad,
wins the heavyweight Weight-Lifting gold
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Edgar Williams wins the Weight-Lifting
gold medal in the middle weight classified