Carifta Games 2022 medal table after Day 2 | Loop Jamaica

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Jamaica’s Roshawn Clarke clears a hurdle on his way to the gold medal in the Boys’ Under-20 400m hurdles on day two of the 49th staging of the Carifta Games at the National Stadium in Kingston on Sunday, April 17, 2022. (PHOTO: Marlon Reid).

Jamaica are firmly on top to extend their uninterrupted dominance of the Carifta Games to 36 years when the 49th edition of the Games ends today at the National Stadium in Kingston.

The host nation entered the final day with 25 gold, 19 silver, and 10 bronze for a medal haul of 54.

Jamaica are well clear of second-place the British Virgin Islands with three gold, one silver, and a bronze for a total of five.

Jamaica’s best-ever medal haul is 86, which was achieved at the 2016 Games in Grenada and equalled in 2017 in Curacao.

See the medal tally at the end of Day 2 below:

MEDAL TALLY

1. Jamaica – 25 (gold) 19 (silver) 10 (bronze) – 54
2. British Virgin Islands – 3 (gold) 1(silver) 1(bronze) – 5
3. Bahamas – 2 (gold) 6 (silver) 3 (bronze) – 11
4. Trinidad and Tobago – 2 (gold) 5 (silver) 8 (bonze) -15
5. Guyana – 2 (gold) 3 (silver) 0 (bronze) – 5
6 .Barbados – 1 (gold) 2 (silver) 3 (bronze) – 6
7. Cayman Islands – 1 (gold) 1 (silver) 2 (bronze) – 4
8. Dominica – 1(gold) 1 (silver) 0 (bronze) – 2
9. Grenada – 1(gold) 0 (silver) 2 (bronze) – 3
10. Antigua & Barbuda – 1 (gold) 0 (silver) 2 (bronze) – 3
11. US Virgin Islands – 1 (gold) 0 (silver) 0 (bronze) – 1
12. French Guiana – 1 (gold) 0 (silver) 0 (bronze) – 1
13. St Vincent & the Grenadines – 0 (gold) 1 (silver) 3 (bronze) – 4
14. St Lucia – 0 (gold) 1(silver) 0 (bronze) – 1
15. Belize – 0 (gold) 1 (silver) 0 (bronze) – 1
16. Turks and Caicos Islands – 0 (gold) 0 (silver) 1 (bronze) – 1
17. Guadeloupe – 0 (gold) 0 (silver) 1 (bronze) – 1
18. St Kitts & Nevis – 0 (gold) 0 (silver) 1(bronze) – 1
19. Bermuda – 0 (gold) 0 (silver) 1(bronze) – 1
20. Martinique – 0 (gold) 0 (silver) 1(bronze) – 1
21. Suriname – 0 (gold) 0 (silver) 1(bronze) – 1

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