“Come Gold with Us” – Bahamas medal winners at CARIFTA 50

The 50th edition of the Carifta Track and Field Championship has ended with The Bahamas winning a total of 41 medals (8 Gold, 13 Silver, 20 Bronze).

Here are the medalist from each event.

Gold – KADEN CARTWRIGHT U20 Boys Javelin – 64.07m
Gold – JAMIAH NABBIE U17 Girls 100m – 11.67s
Gold – KAMERA STRACHAN U17 Girls Javelin – 46.07m CARIFTA Record
Gold – JAMIAH NABBIE U17 Girls 200m – 23.67s
Gold – CAYDEN SMITH U17 Boys 200m – 21.70s
Gold – 4×100 U17 Boys – 41.46s
Gold – 4x400m Mixed – 3:24.62s
Silver – OTTO LAING U20 Boys 110mh – 13.49s* Move into 1st place after a protest was won disqualifying Demario Prince of Jamaica, later moved back to silver when the appeal judges realized they disqualified the wrong athlete from Jamaica Shaquane Gordon who placed 3rd. 
Silver – LANAISHA LUBIN U20 Girls Triple Jump – 12.40m
Silver – JAVONYA VALCOURT U20 Girls 400m – 52.12s
Silver – ISHMAEL ROLLE U17 Boys 100m – 10.62s
Silver- CARLOS BROWN U20 Boys 100 – 10.38s
Silver – DARVINIQUE DEAN U17 Girls 400mh – 1:02.50s
Silver – DIOR-RAE SCOTT U17 Girls Javelin – 45.13m
Silver – LAVARDO DEVEAUX Octathlon Boys – 5,197 Points
Silver – BAYLI MAJOR U17 Girls Triple Jump – 11.60m
Silver – LAQUAN ELLIS U20 Boys Triple Jump – 14.92m
Silver – 4×100 U17 Girls – 46.43s. Moved up to Silver with the Disqualification of Jamaica
Silver – 4×100 U20 Boys – 39.78s
Silver – 4×400 U17 Boys – 3:20.47s
Bronze – TERRELL MCCOY U17 Girls Shot Put – 13.31m
Bronze – ERIN BARR U17 Girls 1500m – 4:54.09s
Bronze – ANDREW BROWN U17 Boys 400m – 48.68s
Bronze – LACARTHEA COOPER U20 Girls 400m – 53.12s
Bronze – ADAM MUSGROVE U20 Boys 100m – 10.44s
Bronze – VANESSA SAWYER U20 Girls Javelin – 43.47m
Bronze – MATEO SMITH U20 Boys Long Jump – 7.44m
Bronze – JOSHUA WILLIAMS U17 Boys High Jump – 1.90m
Bronze – REUBEN BAIN U17 Boys Shot Put – 13.78m
Bronze – SHIMAR BAIN U20 Boys 400mh – 52.48s
Bronze – TYLER CASH Pole Vault Boys- 4.45m
Bronze – AKAYA LIGHTBOURNE 3000m Girls – 10:47.01s
Bronze – QUINTON ROLLE U17 Boys 110mh – 14.49s
Bronze – DANIELL NIXON U17 Girls Discus – 31.60m
Bronze – ANDREW BROWN U17 Boys 200m – 22.03s
Bronze – AMARI PRATT U20 Girls 200m – 24.17s
Bronze – ADAM MUSGROVE U20 Boys 200m – 20.96
Bronze – 4×100 U20 Girls – 45.55s
Bronze – 4×400 U17 Girls – 3:51.60s
Bronze – 4×400 U20 Girls – 3:47.68s

Story was updated with Otto Smith moving from Gold to Silver due to the appeal judges making an error and disqualifying Demario Prince who placed first instead of Shaquane Gordon who placed 3rd of Jamaica. April 12th 2023 – 7:06PM