Trishanie Warner breaks five of her own records; St. Kitts place third at CUT championships
Photo 1 – Trishanie Warner receives her award for Sportswoman of the Year 2017 from Dr. Patrick Martin
By: Erasmus Williams
Basseterre, St. Kitts, July 16, 2018 – St. Kitts finished third with 244 points in the just concluded Caribbean Union of Teachers 17th Biennial Student Athletic Championships at the National Sports Center in Bermuda.
Bermuda was first finishing with 412 points, with Barbados second with 384 points.
A total of 11 records were broken with Trishanie Warner from St. Kitts breaking 5 records on her own.
Photos Caption: – The St. Kitts-Nevis Team
She now holds the Girls 8 & Under 800 Meter Run the 9-10 Girls 800 Meter Run, the 11-12 Girls 800 Meter Run, 13-14 Girls 800 Meter Run and the Girls 15 & Over 800 Meter Run records with a time of 2:20.76.
Bermuda’s Sancho Smith is now the record holder in the Under 15 Boys 800 Meter Run when he was clocked at 2:06.22, while Layla Haynes from Barbados is the Girls 1000 Meter Run Open record holder after clocking 3:08.47.
Bermuda’s Eleanor Richmond is the record holder in the under 15 Girls Javelin Throw 500g with a top toss of 35.82m, while the new Under 13 Girls Shot Put 3kg record hold with a toss of 9.79m is Samiya Dell from Barbados.
Orlando Carrington from Guyana is the new Under 9 Boys Cricket Ball Throw 4-3/4oz record holder with a toss of 44.75m and Anthony Chin Jr from Cayman Islands is the Under 11 Boys Long Jump record holder with a top leap of 4.70m.