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Rising track and field stars!

Three of the stars that bagged gold medals at the Sagicor Junior Championships which took place on the weekend at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo. From clockwise are:

Precious Rogers of Toco TAFAC produces a big leap (5.45m) to win the Girls Under 18 long jump, and secured gold in the 100m hurdles in 15:49 seconds.

PILAR MC SHINE completes the double in the Girls Under-20 age distance races. She won the 800m in 13.02 sec and 1,500m in 4:52.07 sec.

Monique Cabral was the toast in the sprint events inwhich she raced away with both titles. She won the 100m in (10.78 sec) and in the 200m she did 24.01 sec.

Photos: NOEL SALDENHA & ANTHONY HARRIS

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