Jamaica's athletes win 17 medals at Pan Ams

 17 TRACK AND FIELD MEDALS AT PAN AMS.

Jamaica's track and field athletes continued their preparation for the IAAF World Championships as they picked up a total of 17 medals at the 2019 Pan Amedrican Games which concluded on Sunday in Lima, Peru. The haul  consists of six gold, five silver, and six bronze.

Dacres

A breakdown sees the women winning the lion's share of 12 medals with five gold with only one gold going to Fedrick Dacres. 

They will now continue their preparation with meets coming up with the finbal day of selection being September 6.

Jamaica’s track and field medals breakdown:

Gold:

Fedrick Dacres – Men’s discus throw

Elaine Thompson – Women’s 100m

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce – Women’s 200m

Shericka Jackson – Women’s 400m

Natoya Goule – Women’s 800m

Danniel Thomas-Dodd – Women’s shot put

Silver:

Demish Gaye – Men’s 400m

Traves Smikle – Men’s discus throw

Tajae Gayle – Men’s long jump

Aisha Praught-Leer – Women’s 1500m

Shanieka Thomas-Ricketts – Women’s triple jump

Bronze:

Kemar Mowatt – Men’s 400m hurdles

Megan Tapper – Women’s 100m hurdles

Rushell Clayton – Women’s 400m hurdles

Jamaica – Women’s 4x400m relay

Kimberly Williamson – Women’s high jump

Tissanna Hickling – Women’s long jump

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