28 Medals For Jamaica on Opening Day of Carifta Games
Perennial champions Jamaica, as expected dominated on the opening day of the FLOW Carifta Games in Curacao yesterday (April 15).
With 28 medals already earned, Jamaica sits comfortably top the medal table.
Jamaica ended the day with 12 gold, 10 silver and 6 bronze.
Trinidad and Tobago finished the day in second with nine medals comprising of 4 gold and five bronze.
The Bahamas are third with six medals – 2 gold, three silver and bronze.
The girls earned 17 of Jamaica’s 28 medals with seven gold, seven silver and three bronze), while the boys’s team accounted for 11 (5 gold, three silver and three bronze).
Jamaica have won the games for 32 straight years and 40 times of the games’ 45-year history.
The last time Jamaica lost was in 1984 when The Bahamas won at home.
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