Jamaica Dominates U20 Sprint Relays but Suffers Disappointing Disqualifications at Carifta Games
Jamaica Dominates U20 Sprint Relays but Suffers Disappointing Disqualifications at Carifta Games

Jamaica’s athletes have continued their impressive performance at the 50th Carifta Games in Nassau, Bahamas, securing 51 medals at the end of Day Two. The girls’ team took home 13 gold, seven silver, and four bronze medals, while the boys’ team earned 12 gold, eight silver, and seven bronze medals.

50th Carifta Games 2023 Medal Count Breakdown

Host nation Bahamas finished Day Two with 32 medals, including seven gold, nine silver, and 16 bronze, while Trinidad and Tobago followed with 21 medals, consisting of six gold, six silver, and nine bronze. St. Kitts and Nevis and Grenada completed the top five in the medal count standings, with 12 medals and eight medals, respectively.

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The 50th Carifta Games have been nothing short of spectacular, with Caribbean athletes providing lots of entertainment and delivering amazing performances. As the competition heads into its final day at the Thomas Robinson National Stadium, fans can expect even more intense and thrilling competition.

Girls’ Medal Table Standings

  1. Jamaica (24 medals: 13 Gold, 7 Silver, 4 Bronze)
  2. Bahamas (19 medals: 5 Gold, 5 Silver, 9 Bronze)
  3. St. Kitts and Nevis (6 medals: 4 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze)
  4. Trinidad and Tobago (9 medals: 2 Gold, 3 Silver, 4 Bronze)
  5. Cayman Islands (3 medals: 2 Gold, 0 Silver, 1 Bronze)
  6. Belize (2 medals: 2 Gold, 0 Silver, 0 Bronze)
  7. Grenada (6 medals: 1 Gold, 2 Silver, 3 Bronze)
  8. Dominica (1 medal: 1 Gold, 0 Silver, 0 Bronze)
  9. British Virgin Islands (1 medal: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 0 Bronze)
  10. Bermuda (5 medals: 0 Gold, 3 Silver, 2 Bronze)
  11. Barbados (2 medals: 0 Gold, 2 Silver, 0 Bronze)
  12. Saint Lucia (2 medals: 0 Gold, 2 Silver, 0 Bronze)
  13. Guyana (3 medals: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 2 Bronze)
  14. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (2 medals: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze)
  15. Antigua and Barbuda (1 medal: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 0 Bronze)
  16. Turks and Caicos Islands (2 medals: 0 Gold, 0 Silver, 2 Bronze)
  17. Guadeloupe (1 medal: 0 Gold, 0 Silver, 1 Bronze)

Boys’ Medal Table Standings

  1. Jamaica (27 medals: 12 Gold, 8 Silver, 7 Bronze)
  2. Bahamas (13 medals: 2 Gold, 4 Silver, 7 Bronze)
  3. Trinidad and Tobago (12 medals: 4 Gold, 3 Silver, 5 Bronze)
  4. Guyana (3 medals: 2 Gold, 1 Silver, 0 Bronze)
  5. Barbados (2 medals: 2 Gold, 0 Silver, 0 Bronze)
  6. St. Kitts and Nevis (6 medals: 1 Gold, 3 Silver, 2 Bronze)
  7. Grenada (2 medals: 1 Gold, 1 Silver, 0 Bronze)
  8. Antigua and Barbuda (1 medal: 1 Gold, 0 Silver, 0 Bronze)
  9. U.S. Virgin Islands (1 medal: 1 Gold, 0 Silver, 0 Bronze)
  10. Guadeloupe (3 medals: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 2 Bronze)
  11. French Guiana (2 medals: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze)
  12. Saint Lucia (2 medals: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze)
  13. Curaçao (1 medal: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 0 Bronze)
  14. British Virgin Islands (1 medal: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 0 Bronze)
  15. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (1 medal: 0 Gold, 1 Silver, 0 Bronze)
  16. Martinique (1 medal: 0 Gold, 0 Silver, 1 Bronze)
  17. Bermuda (1 medal: 0 Gold, 0 Silver, 1 Bronze)

The 50th Carifta Games 2023 Medal Combined Count Standings: Day 2

RankTeamGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Jamaica25151151
2Bahamas791632
3Trinidad and Tobago66921
4St. Kitts and Nevis54312
5Grenada2338
6Cayman Islands2013
7Barbados2204
8Guyana2226
9Belize2002
10Dominica1001
11British Virgin Islands1203
12St. Lucia0404
13Saint Vincent and the Grenadines0224
14U.S. Virgin Islands1001
15Antigua and Barbuda1102
16Turks and Caicos Islands0022
17Guadeloupe0134
18French Guiana0112
19Curaçao0101
20Martinique0011
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Anthony Foster
Anthony Foster is a renowned Jamaican sports journalist, honored twice as the Jamaica sports journalist of the year (in 2004 and 2005). His journalistic achievements are globally recognized. Notably, he authored an award-winning article on Usain Bolt, the iconic 6-time Olympic champion, 11-time World champion, and record holder for the sprint double. This significant piece was published in the Jamaica Gleaner in 2004. Anthony's extensive coverage includes prestigious events such as the Olympic Games in Beijing 2008, London 2012, and Rio 2016. He has also provided coverage for seven (7) World Athletics Championships held between 2007 and 2022, alongside various other international sporting events. Noteworthy mentions comprise his coverage of the 2007 World Cup of cricket and his cherished experience reporting on the 2004 clash between his favorite football team, Argentina, and the USA.

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