Teneil Campbell won her first gold medal and Trinidad and Tobago’s fourth medal cycling medal on Saturday in a thrilling climax to the women’s road race at the CAC Games in Barranquilla, Colombia.

Caitlin Chang dedicated her silver medal to her teammates for the support they provided before she went on to become the first ever Jamaican to win a fencing medal at a CAC Games.

Jamaica’s male squash team picked up a bronze medal in the team competition after going down 2-1 to Mexico on Thursday.

Jamaica’s Gleneve Grange might not be a medal favourite in the shot put when track and field action begins at the CAC Games on Friday but as far as she is concerned a good performance in Colombia could propel her to greater things.

Jamaica’s Alia Atkinson won a bronze medal in the 50-metre freestyle on Wednesday at the CAC Games in Colombia.

 Jamaican world record holder Alia Atkinson has insisted she simply ran out of gas after finishing third in the 100m butterfly at the 2018 CAC Games in Barranquilla, Colombia.

While the Reggae Girlz fashioned a 2-1 win over hosts Colombia in their final group game of the 23rd Central American and Caribbean Games in Barranquilla, the victory was bittersweet as it was not enough to see them into the next round. 

When the competition in boxing begins at the CAC Games in Colombia on Wednesday, lightweight Sanjay Williams will be attempting to accomplish something no Jamaican boxer has managed to do in almost 30 years, win a medal.

The Bahamas’ Joanna Evans has been the lone figure for the Bahamas, littering the medal tables at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games in Barranquilla, Colombia. 

After missing the medal podium in the women’s 100 metre freestyle at the Eduardo Movilla Aquatic Complex in Barranquilla, Colombia on Sunday night, the idea that Alia Atkinson may not have enough gas in the tank for the number of events she was doing, shot across the minds of Jamaicans fans, but not for long. 

Alia Atkinson won Jamaica and her second gold medal at the 23rd Central American and  Caribbean (CAC) Games, claiming the women’s 50-metre butterfly A final in 26.60 seconds on Saturday at the Eduardo Movilla Aquatics Complex. 

Jamaica’s Reggae Girlz are on the verge of crashing out of the Central American and Caribbean Games group stage after suffering a second 2-1 defeat in the tournament, this time at the hands of Costa Rica. 

Alia Atkinson, the only Caribbean swimmer to ever win a medal in the 100-metre breaststroke at the Central American and Caribbean Games, is now also the winningest athlete in the event ever. 

Jamaica’s senior women’s football team, the Reggae Girlz, will seek to lift themselves with a positive result against Costa Rica to put themselves back in contention for top honours in the Central American and Caribbean Games, at the Estadio Julio Torres Moderno on Saturday, July 21, beginning at 4:00 p.m. 

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