Bahamas: The NACAC Federation presents the 50th Edition of the CARIFTA Games Live from beautiful Nassau, The Bahamas. These games represent the largest junior track and field competition in the world.
With representation of 28 countries from around the region, these games celebrate strength, resilience, talent and pride. The CARIFTA games held annually have produced world champions and Olympians and represent the premier athletics event for juniors in this hemisphere.
Aruba lights up during an opening ceremony of the 50th edition of the Carifta Games in the Bahamas. Caranan is glad to have a fanatic grandstand, and the Aruba athletics delegation participating in the parade and Carifta Games that begin in Nassau, Bahamas.
It’s a blue uniform with colornan gel and cora a luci, my grandmas, the tour participant. Tomorrow diasabra tomorrow, and the competition begins for Aruba. Adhunto and schedule of e dos dianan of competition.
- 09:05 Mount – High Jump Final (U-17)
- 09:40 Kyon – 100m Heats (U-17)
- 11:25 Lyon – 400m Semi-Finals (U-20)
- 16:50 Crisis – 1500m Final (U-17)
- 17:00 Wyndel -1500m Final (U-17)
- 17:10 Vera – 1500m Final (U-20)
- 17:20 Yeshua – 1500m Final (U-20)
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- 10:15 Wyndel – 800m Semi-Finals (U-17)
- 10:30 Vera – 800m Semi-Finals (U-20)
- 10:35 Hayley – Long Jump Final (U-20)
- 11:00 Dayna – 200m Heats (U-17)
- 11:10 Kyon – 200m Heats (U-17)
- 11:20 Eljoenai – 200m Heats (U-20)
- 15:15 Mount – Long Jump Final (U-17)
- 17:55 Raydrick – 3000m Final (U-17)
CARIFTA Games Medal Standings
- 1st – Jamaica – 2 gold, 1 bronze
- 2nd – Bahamas – 1 gold, 1 bronze
- 3rd – Trinidad – 2 silver
- 4th – BVI – 1 silver
- 5th – Grenada – 1 bronze
This year’s game features more than 600 athletes from 28 countries competing. “The food is amazing, the people are friendly,” says Jamara Patterson of Grenada as she chats trackside, minutes after completing the semifinal round of the Under 20 400m semifinal.