Kevroy Venson was in record-breaking form at Saturday’s SW Isaac Henry Invitational on at the National Stadium in Kingston.
The Calabar 2nd year Class 1 athlete was the only one to break four minutes in the 1500m open. He ran 3:53.88 to beat the previous meet record of 4:04.19 set in 2017 by former Kingston College’s (KC) Nicholas Elliott.
Venson’s teammate Kimar Farquharson finished second in 4:04.66 and Jevanne Davy of EXED 4:06.26.
It took Latanya Johnson, running untouched, five minutes, 05.11 seconds to win the female event.
Troy Whyte of GC Foster College won the men’s 400m hurdles in a record 52.58 seconds, beating UWI’s Oshaine Levy, 53.76. The previous record was 53.30.
Safhia Hinds of St. Jago won the Class 2 girls’ 400m in 56.50.
Shanise Gordon of GC Foster College topped the women’s 3,000m run in 11:23.34.
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You made a mistake, part of your article say,..
Safhia Hinds of St. Jago broke the Class 2 girls’ 400m record, running 56.50 to beat the previous mark of 56.33. (she can’t run 56.50 to beat the previous mark of 56.33)
congratulations mr venson
Nice to see a home grown athlete doing so well at middle distance.
@Tessa Millings-Campbell str888t?
Just goes to show how special Kemoy Campbell was at Champs in 2010 running all by himself and still setting the record of 3:45.54.