Boys and Girls Champs Order of Events, Live Stream – Day 4

KINGSTON, Jamaica (Sporting Alert) — Day Four of the Jamaica High School Boys and Girls National Championships continues on Friday with fans gearing up for what is expected to be a very entertaining day.

The live streaming online coverage of Champs 2014, starts at 2:30 PM EST time, but you can follow the live results and other updates by clicking the respective links below.

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“Friday is always my day to start Champs. Lots of entertainment from the stands and the action on the track heats up,” said a fan, who reveals she was cheering for Calabar High School (an all boys HS) to win the boys title this year.

Jamaica is world-known for it’s sprinting and most of the country’s top sprinters, including world record holder Usain Bolt, Olympic and World champions Shelly Ann Fraser-Pryce and Veronica Campbell-Brown, all got their starts at these championships.

This is why, come Friday night, all eyes will be fixed down the straight-away, where the boys and girls 100m final, for all classes, will take place.

There is a lot of hype surrounding the Class One Boys decider with a host of sprinters targeting the Yohan Blake’s age group meeting record.

Youngster Christopher Taylor will also race in the 400m, as he target lowering his own Class Three record of 48.71, set on the first day.

Friday, March 28 – Boys and Girls Champs Order of Events

8:30 am Triple Jump Open Girls Final
8:30 am 100m Hurdles Hep. Open Girls
8:35 Javelin Throw Open Girls Final
8:35 Shot Put Throw 1 Boys Prelims
8:40 High Jump 1 Boys Prelims
8:45 70m Hurdles 4 Girls Semi-Final 2014 Order of Events
ISSA Boys & Girls Championships

9:10 80m Hurdles 3 Girls Semi-final
9:15 100m Hurdles 2 Girls Semi-Final
9:25 100m Hurdles 1 Girls Semi-Final
9:35 100m Hurdles 3 Boys Semi-Final
9:55 110m Hurdles 2 Boys Semi-Final
10:15 110m Hurdles 1 Boys Semi-Final
10:30 Long Jump 3 Girls Prelims
11:00 High Jump Heptathlon Open Girls
1:05 pm Discus Throw 2 Girls Final
1:10 Long Jump 3 Boys Final

1:15 Medal Presentation
Pole Vault Boys / Long Jump Class 2 Girls
Long Jump Class 4 Boys / Decathlon Boys / Javelin Girls

1:35 400m 3 Girls Semi-Final
1:40 High Jump 4 Girls Final
1:45 400m 3 Boys Semi-Final
1:55 400m 2 Girls Semi-Final
2:05 400m 2 Boys Semi-final
2:15 400m 1 Girls Semi- Final
2:25 400m 1 Boys Semi-Final
2:40 100m 4 Girls Semi-Final
3:00 100m 3 Girls Semi-Final
3:05 Discus Throw 3 Girls Final
3:10 100m 3 Boys Semi-Final
3:15 Triple Jump 2 Boys Prelims/Final
3:20 100m 2 Girls Semi-Final
3:30 100m 2 Boys Semi-Final
3:40 100m 1 Girls Semi-Final
3:50 100m 1 Boys Semi-Final
4:05 1600m Medley Relay Open Girls Prelims
4:35 1600m Medley Relay Open Boys Prelims

5:10 – 6:00 Ceremony For Honourees

6:05 Medal Presentation
High Jump Class 1 Girls / Discus Class 2 Girls
Long Jump Class 3 Boys

6:10 Pole Vault Open Boys Final
6:10 Discus Throw 2 Boys Prelims
6:15 High Jump 1 Girls Final
6:20 Triple Jump 1 Boys Final
6:20 Shot Put Throw Heptathlon Open Girls
6:25 1500m 3 Girls Final
6:30 1500m 3 Boys Final 2014 Order of Events
ISSA Boys & Girls Championships

6:35 1500m 2 Girls Final
6:45 1500m 2 Boys Final
6:50 1500m 1 Girls Final
7:00 1500m 1 Boys Final

7:10 Medal Presentation
Discus Class 3 Girls / Triple Jump Class 2 Boys
1500m Girls Classes 3 & 2 / 1500m Boys Classes 3 & 2

7:25 400m Hurdles Open Girls Final
7:35 400m Hurdles Open Boys Final

7:40 Medal Presentation
1500m Class 1 Girls & Boys

7:45 100m 4 Girls Final
7:50 100m 3 Girls Final
7:55 100m 3 Boys Final
8:05 100m 2 Girls Final
8:10 100m 2 Boys Final
8:20 100m 1 Girls Final
8:25 100m 1 Boys Final

8:30 Medal Presentation
Triple Jump Class 1 Boys / High Jump Class 4 Girls
100m Girls Classes 4, 3 & 2
400m Hurdles Girls & Boys / 100m Boys Classes 3 & 2

8:40 200m Heptathlon Open Girls

8:45 Medal Presentation
100m Class 1 Girls & Boys

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