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What is the final medal standings at the 50th Carifta Games? How many medals did Jamaica win?

Jamaica wins 50th Carifta Games 2023 Medal Standings

Jamaica finished as the winner of the 50th Carifta Games 2023 medal standings, accumulating a total of 78 medals to top the contest for another year. Bahamas and Trinidad and Tobago were also among the leading countries following the Caribbean powerhouses, but they were unable to get close to their rivals, who proved too strong in the end.

The Jamaicans finished with 40 golds, 22 silvers, and 16 bronzes to overwhelm the challengers in the medal table rankings. The girls' team contributed 42 medals, including 20 golds, 11 silvers, and 11 bronzes, while the boys' team had 36 total medals, consisting of 20 golds, 11 silvers, and five bronzes.

In the meantime, the host country, the Bahamas ended the three-day 50th Carifta Games with a total of 46 medals, including 10 golds, 13 silvers, and 23 bronzes, while Trinidad and Tobago finished with 25 medals in total, consisting of nine golds, 10 silvers, and 12 bronzes.

In total, 21 countries won at least one medal, with the smallest medal haul being two bronzes won by Haiti, French Guiana, and Curaçao.

The 50th Carifta Games 2023 continued the tradition of showcasing some of the talents of young athletes in the Caribbean, with Jamaica once again proving to be a dominant force in the competition. Congratulations to all the medalists and participants who made this event a success.

Men's Medal Table Standings

RankTeamCodeGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1JamaicaJAM2011536
2BahamasBAH671225
3Trinidad and TobagoTTO44715
4Saint Kitts and NevisSKN4127
5Cayman IslandsCAY2013
6BelizeBIZ2002
7GrenadaGRN1348
8GuyanaGUY1135
9DominicaDMA1001
10US Virgin IslandsISV1001
11BermudaBER0426
12Saint LuciaLCA0303
13BarbadosBAR0303
14Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesVIN0112
15British Virgin IslandsIVB0101
16Antigua and BarbudaANT0101
17Turks and Caicos IslandsTKS0033
18GuadeloupeGLP0011

Women's Medal Count Table

RankTeamCodeGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1JamaicaJAM20111142
2Trinidad and TobagoTTO56516
3BahamasBAH461121
4BarbadosBAR2327
5GuyanaGUY2103
6US Virgin IslandsISV2002
7GuadeloupeGLP1225
8Saint LuciaLCA1225
9Saint Kitts and NevisSKN1124
10GrenadaGRN1102
11Antigua and BarbudaANT1001
12MartiniqueMRQ0224
13British Virgin IslandsIVB0202
14French GuianaFGU0112
15CuraçaoCUW0112
16Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesVIN0101
17HaitiHAI0011
18BermudaBER0011

Complete Medal Table Standings

RankTeamCodeGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1JamaicaJAM40221678
2BahamasBAH10132346
3Trinidad and TobagoTTO9101225
4Saint Kitts and NevisSKN52411
5BarbadosBAR26210
6GrenadaGRN24410
7GuyanaGUY3238
8US Virgin IslandsISV3003
9GuadeloupeGLP1236
10Saint LuciaLCA1528
11Cayman IslandsCAY2013
12BelizeBIZ2002
13British Virgin IslandsIVB0303
14Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesVIN0213
15Antigua and BarbudaANT1102
16Turks and Caicos IslandsTKS0033
17MartiniqueMRQ0224
18BermudaBER0437
19French GuianaFGU0112
20CuraçaoCUW0112
21HaitiHAI0022

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Gary Smith, Lead Sports Writer

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