Dethroned ISSA Grace/Kennedy Boys and Girls’ champions Calabar have once again found themselves at the centre of the storm after members of the student body were caught making derogatory chants on camera.

In the video making the rounds on social media, a large number of students, seemingly at a general assembly in the school’s auditorium, utter disparaging chants that suggested members of the Kingston College community were a derogatory term used to describe homosexuals.

It was Kingston College that claimed bragging rights in the latest instalment of the rivalry, after ending the seven-year dominance of the Red Hill Road-based institution, last weekend at the boys' championship.  The videos have already been widely condemned.  The school has already quickly apologized for the event, with a delegation of teachers and students expected to head to Kingston College tomorrow as part of a conciliatory outreach effort.

The organization found itself under fire, ahead of the championships, for the handling of disciplining high school track students Christopher Taylor and D’ejour Russell following allegations of assault made by a physics teacher.

  Although the incident happened in December, the teacher had suggested that the students not be allowed to participate in Champs after being allowed to take part in track and field events despite being suspended for five days by the school.     

Kingston College scored a massive 395.5 points to break the Calabar stranglehold on the ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys’ and Girls’ Athletics Championship at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica on Saturday while Edwin Allen continued their run of wins after holding of a big challenge from Hydel High School. 

One of the races of the five-day-long ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys’ and Girls’ Athletics Championships was always going to be the class one Boys’ 800 metre and it was. 

Kingston College’s (KC) Wayne Pinnock added to his ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys’ and Girls’ Athletics Championship gold medal in the long jump with another in the boys’ class one 110-metre, the two coming in record-breaking fashion. 

Oblique Seville and Michael Stephens ran impressive times to qualify for the semi-finals of the Class I 100ms on Thursday’s third day at the ISSA Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Championships at the National Stadium in Kingston.

Kingston College were the best team at the Gibson McCook Relays, prompting SportsMax.tv track and field analysts Leighton Levy to wonder about the usual dominance of Calabar High School.

Calabar High School won the first relay of the 43rd staging of the Gibson McCook Relays at the National Stadium on Saturday, thanks in large part to a storming backstretch from Christopher Taylor. 

Calabar standout Kemar Farquharson beats Kingston College's Ari Rogers to the line.

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