Calabar sets the pace and qualifies for the High School Boys' 4x400 Championship of America at Penn Relays 2023! 🏃‍♂️🏆 #trackandfield #pennrelays #highschoolsports #calabar"

Philadelphia, USA – Penn Relays 2023 High School Boys’ 4×400 Championship of America final will take place at Franklin Field, featuring some of the top high school relay teams from the United States and Jamaica on Friday (28 April). The race promises to be a fiercely contested event, with nine teams vying for the coveted title and bragging rights.

Jamaican teams, including Calabar, Kingston College, Edwin Allen, St. Jago, and St. Elizabeth Tech, have a history of success in the competition, with Calabar holding the record for the fastest time of 3:03.79, set in 2018. On the other hand, US teams, such as DeMatha Catholic, Seton Hall Prep, Bullis School, and Bishop Loughlin, will aim to give the Jamaicans a tough fight.

The High School Boys’ 4×400 Championship of America final is a prestigious high school track and field event, showcasing young athletic talent from around the world. With fans eagerly anticipating an exciting and unforgettable race, all eyes will be on the track to see who will emerge as the top high school 4×400 relay team.

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AICalabar (JAM)1
Shadane Smith
Craig Prendrgast
Kewarny Fletcher
Kevin Brooks
AHKingston College (JAM)2
Raheem Richards
Amal Glasgow
Marcinho Rose
Shammari Jennings
AGDeMatha Catholic (MD)3
Anthony Waterman
Myles Dixon
Daden Grogan
James Long
AFSeton Hall Prep (NJ)4
Nick Devita
Ryan Matulonis
Russ Webb
Xavier Donaldson
AEEdwin Allen (JAM)5
Tyrece Hyman
Delano Kennedy
Ryheem Mighten
Theo Morgan
AABullis School (MD)6
Julian Roberson
Alexander Lambert
Ethan Long
Quincy Wilson
ABBishop Loughlin (NY)7
Jelani Johnson
Kyaire Lawson
Rashuan Uche
Wesley Noble Jr.
ACSt. Jago (JAM)8
Raheem Pinnock
Jaheen Bell
Deshaun Gordon
Javaughn Pinnock
ADSt. Elizabeth Tech (JAM)9
Enqurie Webster
Odaine Thompson
Rickoy Hunter
Jasauna Dennis

By Anthony Foster

Is a two-time Jamaica sports journalist of the year (2004 and 2005) and world-renowned journalist. One of his award-winning articles was on Usain Bolt, 6-time Olympic champion, 11-time World champion and sprint double record holder, was published in the Jamaica Gleaner in 2004. Anthony has covered Olympic Games in Beijing 2008, London 2012 and Rio 2016; Six (6) IAAF World Athletics Championships between 2007 and 2019 and several other international sporting events, including the 2007 World Cup of cricket and his favourite football team, Argentina vs the USA in 2004.

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