Despite the absence of some of the island’s top high school athletes, Jamaica’s head coach Marlon Gayle believes the defending champions will be a strong, competitive force at the 48th edition of the Carifta Games later this month.

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. 

Wayne Pinnock jumped to 8.05 metres at the 2019 ISSA Boys' and Girls' Athletics Championship, the second best effort by a boy his age from Jamaica behind only James Beckford. Leaping over the eight-metre mark is no small feat, but SportsMax and Pinnock saw it coming. Hear his story.

Kingston College’s Wayne Pinnock created history when he destroyed the Class I Boys long jump record on Wednesday, day two of the ISSA Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Championships (Champs) at the National Stadium in Kingston.

Jamaica’s Wayne Pinnock won his country’s first medal at the IAAF World U20 Championships in Tampere, Finland on Wednesday.

Jamaica’s Chrisanni May and Shaquena Foote both advanced to the semi-finals of the 800m Tuesday as the IAAF World Under20 Championships got underway in Tampere, Finland.

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