Additional Info

  • Profile:
    Event: 100m, 200m & 400m
    D.O.B: January 6, 1986
    P.O.B: Jamaica
    Coach: Not Listed
    Weight: Kgs
  • Career Highlights:

Up to the staging of the 10th World Junior Championships, Grossetto, Italy in 2004, the record for most medals at these Championships was held by Germany’s Katrin Krabbe, 5 medals. Jamaica’s Anneisha McLaughlin, a student of Holmwood Technical High, has garnered six (6) medals and has thus earned that covered record.

Anneisha MclaughinAt the age of 14 years 9 months, Anneisha McLaughlin competing at the 8th World Junior Athletic Championships in Santiago, Chile, ran 54.14 seconds on the third leg of the 4 x 400 metres relay to assist in giving Jamaica a silver medal.

At the 9th World Junior Championships before her home Crowd at the National Stadium, Kingston, Jamaica, Anneisha added two (2) more medals - a silver medal in the 200m with a run of 22.94 seconds, and running the third leg in the 4 x 100m relays as Jamaica sped to gold in a World Junior Championships record of 43.40 seconds

In 2004 in Italy at the 10th World Junior Championships, the Holmwood Technical High student again won the silver in the 200 metres in 23.21 seconds and won her 5th and 6th medals in the relays, silver in the 4 x 100m and bronze in the 4 x 400m relays.


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