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A Display Outstanding Performance!!!

Jamaica College Displays Outstanding Performance in ISSA Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Championships.

Fought to the end… we are proud of our Collegemen.

In a display of unwavering determination and remarkable athleticism, Jamaica College (JC) showcased its prowess in the recent ISSA Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Championships held in Kingston, Jamaica. Despite facing stiff competition, JC emerged as a formidable contenders, securing an impressive second-place finish overall.

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The journey to success began with a symbolic march from the hallowed halls of Jamaica College to the grandeur of the stadium, where athletes and supporters alike converged with a shared sense of pride and purpose. This spirited march set the tone for what would be an exhilarating five days of intense competition and electrifying performances.

From the outset, Jamaica College demonstrated its dominance, seizing an early lead on day one of the championships. With a combination of talent, discipline, and sheer determination, JC athletes left spectators in awe as they showcased their skills across various track and field events.

Rounding out the top 10 boys’ schools are Calabar High (194), Excelsior High (122), St Jago High (111.5), Wolmer’s Boys (66), St Elizabeth Technical (59), St George’s College (53), Munro College (45), and Edwin Allen High (29).

In the girls’ section, St Jago High (171), Holmwood Technical (149), Wolmer’s Girls (128.5), Immaculate Conception (105), St Catherine High (67), Excelsior High (64), St Elizabeth Technical (51), and St Mary High (46.5) complete the top 10 girls’ schools.

However, it was Kingston College (KC) who ultimately clinched the top spot. Jamaica College looked to challenge the North Street boys but only amassed 278 points after five days of fierce competition. Despite falling short of the coveted first-place position, JC’s performance was nothing short of commendable, earning them well-deserved recognition and admiration. In the girls’ division, Edwin Allen High reclaimed the ISSA title with a stellar display of talent and skill. Amassing 335.5 points, Edwin Allen unseated last year’s champion Hydel High for their 10th title. Despite a valiant effort from Hydel, who fought to the very end, they only managed to rack up 326 points, falling short of retaining their title.

Overall, the ISSA Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Championships proved to be a thrilling spectacle of athleticism, sportsmanship, and camaraderie. Jamaica College’s commendable performance underscored their status as one of the nation’s premier sporting institutions, inspiring future generations of athletes to strive for greatness. As the dust settles and the cheers fade, the legacy of JC’s performance in the championships will endure, serving as a source of inspiration for athletes and supporters alike. With their heads held high and hearts full of pride, Jamaica College emerges from the championships stronger and more determined than ever to continue their legacy of excellence in the world of track and field.