Fort de France, Martinique (Sporting Alert) — The following the is order of events for Sunday’s Day Two at the 2014 Carifta Games at the Stade Municipal Pierre Aliker in Martinique.
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The championships, which has been the starting point of several World and Olympic champions and medallists from the Caribbean, including world sprint double record holder Usain Bolt, is entering its 43rd staging this year.
After dominating the opening day on Saturday, defending champions Jamaica go in search of more medals on Sunday with over 15 finals set for the day.
Amongst the finals on the schedule for Sunday are the also exciting 4x100m sprint relays, while after winning 100m U-20 gold medal on day one, Jamaica’s Jevaughn Minzie starts his quest to not only seal the sprint double in his final Carifta Games, but also break Usain Bolt’s meeting record of 19.93 seconds over the 200m.
The three day championships will conclude on Easter Monday, with several of the Jamaican athletes also scheduled for a quick turnaround to compete at the annual Penn Relays, which will take place April 24-26 at the University of Pennsylvania at Franklin Field.
DAY TWO ORDER OF EVENTS
|9H00||110m Hurdles Octathlon Boys (5)||Long Jump Heptathlon Girls (5)|
|9H10||400m Hurdles U-18 Girls Semis||Shot Put U-18 Boys Final|
|9H20||400m Hurdles U-20 Girls Semis|
|9H30||400m Hurdles U-18 Boys Semis|
|9H45||400m Hurdles U-20 Boys Semis|
|10H00||800m U-18 Girls Heats|
|10H15||800m U-18 Boys Heats|
|10H30||00m U-20 Girls Heats||High Jump Octathlon Boys (6)|
|10H45||800m U-20 Boys Heats||Javelin Heptathlon Girls (6)|
|11H00||200m U-18 Girls Heats|
|11H10||200m U-18 Boys Heats|
|11H20||200m U-20 Girls Heats|
|11H30||200m U-20 Boys Heats|
|16 H 00||4 x 100m U-18 Girls Semis||High Jump U-18 Boys Final|
Long Jump U-18 Girls Final
Javelin Octathlon Boys (7)
|16H15||4 x100m U-18 Boys Semis|
|16H30||4 x100m U-20 Girls Semis|
|16H40||4 x100m U-20 Boys Semis|
|17H00||400m Hurdles U-18 Girls Final|
|17H15||400m Hurdles U-20 Girls Final||Javelin U-20 Boys Final|
|17H30||400m Hurdles U-18 ans Boys Final||Triple Jump U-20 Girls Final|
Pole Vault open Boys Final
|17H45||400m Hurdles U-20 Boys Final|
|18H00||200m U-18 Girls Semis|
|18H10||200m U-18 Boys Semis|
|18H20||200m U-20 Girls Semis|
|18H30||200m U-20 Boys Semis|
|18H40||800m Heptathlon Girls (7)|
|18H55||1500m Octathlon Boys (8)|
|19H15||Long Jump U-20 Boys Final|
Discus U-20 Girls Final
|19H25||3000m Girls Open Final|
|19H50||3000m U-18 Boys Final|
|20H15||4 x 100m U-18 Girls Final|
|20H25||4 x 100m U-18 Boys Final|
|20H35||4 x 100m U-20 Girls Final|
|20H45||4 x 100m U-20 Boys Final|