Nail Biting Tie for Nevis Primary School Track Crown

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Over 10,000 spectators from St.Kitts-Nevis and the rest of the world graced the new Nevis Athletics Grounds and the brand new Mondo track to witness the 26th Gulf Primary School Championships. The commissioninf of the track in addition to the staging of the annual Mini Olympics is being descrived as one of the most significant and historic events in the history of Nevis. Photo by: Ryan Delano

by Monique Washington

The 2018 Gulf Insurance Interprimary School Championship track and field meet ended in a nail biting tie between Charlestown and Joycelyn Liburd primary schools, both sharing the top spot honours

Wednesday was an exciting day at the newly built multi million dollar MONDO track as eight primary schools in Nevis took part in the Championships.

The event was held under the patronage of Jamal Hamilton and Latoya Jones.

Thousands gathered at the new track at Long Point dressed in their greens, reds, blues, yellows, maroons, oranges, purples and baby blues supporting either St. Thomas, St.James, Violet O’ Jeffers Nicolas, Elizabeth Pemberton, Ivor Walters, Charlestown, Joycelyn Liburd and Maude Cross Preparatory primary school

The races went on into the late evening. After the last event Charlestown Primary began its celebrations not knowing how close the final score was. That shocked the crowd as both Joycelyn Liburd and Charlestown were crowned champions dethroning the two times champions St. Thomas Primary which placed second.

The last time Charlestown won the championship it was also a tie, shared with the St. Thomas Primary School.

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