Raheem Chambers (left) of Belmont Park Primary looks back at his rivals as he hits the line in a personal best 11.98 seconds to win the Class-One boys' 100 metres on yesterday's final day of the Insports-Swizzzle Primary Schools Track and Field Championships at the National Stadium. Raje Fearon (right) of St Francis Primary was second in 12.21. Chambers went on to complete the sprint double winning the 200m in a meet-record 24.13 seconds.
Naggo Head successfully defended their Institute of Sports (Insports)-Swizzzle Primary Schools Track and Field Championships title at the National Stadium yesterday.
Naggo Head amassed 156 points finishing ahead of New Providence (95), St Catherine (77), Spanish Town (74), Portsmouth and Friendship (72), St Benedict's and Waterford (68), Greater Portmore (56), Angels (53) and Belmont Park (49).....source