Carifta Games - Sabrina Dockery of Lacovia High wins at Champs 2022
Sabrina Dockery of Lacovia High

Sabrina Dockery stole the spotlight from Theianna Lee Terrelonge, while Devonte Howell retained his title in stunning fashion as the first day of the 51st Carifta Games 2024 concluded at the Kirani James Stadium in St. George’s, Grenada.

In the Girls’ 100m Dash U20, fierce competition ensued. Sabrina Dockery of Jamaica seized victory in 11.26 seconds, closely followed by Theianna Lee Terrelonge, also from Jamaica, with a time of 11.32 seconds. Geolyna Dowdye of Antigua and Barbuda secured third place with a time of 11.64 seconds.

Dockery expressed, “I am very excited but still in shock…because I am normally a 400m/200m athlete and for this season only I am 100/200m.”

Terrelonge added, “I would rate this performance 10 out of 10. Our championships in Jamaica just finished a few days ago, and to come out a week after and perform, I would rate it a 10 out of 10.”

Devonte Howell Retains Title, Nyron Wade Impresses in Boys’ 100m Dash U17 at Carifta Games

In a stunning display of speed, Devonte Howell and Jaiden Reid of the Cayman Islands dominated the Boys’ 100m Dash U20. Howell clinched gold with an impressive time of 10.15 seconds to retain his title, while Reid secured silver in 10.34 seconds. Jamaica’s Javorne Dunkley also clocked 10.34 seconds, earning him the bronze medal.

Howell expressed, “I am very happy, but I am even happier we got the quinella.”

Reid shared, “I am very happy for him,” adding they attended the same primary school and always talked about going to the Olympic Games together one day.

In the U17 finals, Jamaica and Guyana, as they did in the 400m finals, shared the titles.

Athaleyha Hinckson of Guyana clinched the girls’ U17 final in 11.44 seconds, with Jamaica’s Adora Campbell close behind in 11.52 seconds. Aniya Nurse of Barbados secured third place in 11.76 seconds.

The Boys’ 100m Dash U17 showcased remarkable speed. Nyron Wade of Jamaica blazed to victory in 10.43 seconds, with Kadeem Chinapoo from Trinidad and Tobago close behind in 10.59 seconds. Jamaica’s Malike Nugent secured third place with a time of 10.74 seconds.

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