By Kimberly Allen, TrackAlerts.Com Writer
A total of 23 medals came home to the English-speaking Caribbean after the 2015 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships held in Edmonton, Canada from July 31- August 2.
Jamaica, who was at the top of the medal table for the English Speaking Caribbean group, left with a total of 12 medals. This consisted of a gold which was collected by the males in the 4x100M, after the team ran a time of 40.15s. Also they collected 4 silver medals and 7 bronze medals. Five (5) out of this 12 was collected on the field.
Trinidad and Tobago with their golden girl collected three (3) medals. With a gold, which Khalife St. Forte collected in the female 100M in 11.31s, a silver that Portious Warren got in the women's shot put and a bronze medal in the men's 4x100M.
The Bahamian team also collected three (3) medals which consisted of two (2) silvers. One in the long jump and the other from male sprint relay team. Their third medal came from their female sprint relay team which was a bronze.
Sada Williams of Barbados collected the only silver medal they got in the female 400M. Their other two medals came from Tia-Adana Belle in the female 400H and Sada Williams in the 200M. Both ladies collected bronze medals giving Barbados a total of 3 medals.
The Cayman Islands who only collected one medal was also apart of the medal table. Jamal Walton won gold for his country in the 400M with a time of 46.09s. Spice Island Grenada also collected one medal. Their javelin sensation and national record holder, Anderson Peters collected a silver medal with a throw of 72.11m in the javelin, to place his country a place on the medal table..