North Georgetown overpowers rivals

-records tumble on final day

By Emmerson Campbell

The rain at the Providence National Stadium did not put a damper on yesterday’s events as Stephan James and other athletes set the track ablaze with their record breaking performances which saw North Georgetown triumphing.

One day after smashing Keith Roberts’ decade-old 200-metre record, James, the 2012 under-23 400m South America’s bronze medallist broke former national athlete, Tai Payne’s 10-year-old 400-metre under-20 record en route to winning his third gold medal of this year’s 52nd annual National Schools Cycling, Swimming and Track and Field …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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