KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES – Desroy Jordan of the Georgetown Secondary School went into the lead after three kilometres and never relinquished it, running away with the 2018 Boys individual title in 2018 St. Vincent and the Grenadines Inter-Secondary School Cross Country championships, held at the decommissioned E.T. Joshua airport in Arnos Vale.
Jordan crossed the finish line in 36:26.70 minutes, and was followed in second place by Handel Roban of the St. Vincent Grammer School in a time of 37:35.70 minutes, Aletio Williams of the Central Leeward Secondary School in third place in a time of 37:59.40 minutes, and in fourth place was Jamal Creese of the Thomas Saunders Secondary School in a time of 38:08.50 minutes.
St. Martin Secondary School emerged as the overall team champions with a total time of 2 hours 41 minutes 08.40 seconds, the Petit Bordel Secondary School was second overall in the team standings with a total time of 2 hours 50 minutes 19.20 seconds, and third overall in the team standings was the St. Vincent Grammer School with a total time of 2 hours 50 minutes 13.10 seconds.
Running for St. Martin’s Secondary School was Newman Peters who placed sixth overall in a time of 38:45.00 minutes, Reginald Lewis placed eighth overall in a time of 40:03.90 minutes, Vandell Charles cross the line in eleventh overall in 40:47.20 minutes, and coming in thirteenth overall was Kyle Alfonso in a time of 41:32.30 minutes.
The Petit Bordel Secondary School quartet of runners were ZielS pring who placed tenth overall in a time of 40:19.00 minutes, Cleon Westfield in a time of 42:11.80 placed fifteenth overall, Alroy Solomon placed twentieth overall in a time of 43:39.10, and placing twenty-third overall was Steveon Williams in a time of 44:09.30 minutes.
For the St. Vincent Grammer School, placing second overall was Handel Roban in a time of 37:35.70 minutes, seventh overall was Deneilson James in a time of 39:08.60 minutes, twenty-eighth overall was Kevie Frederick in a time of 45:28.00 minutes, and thirty-sixth overall was Maleik Ferdinand in a time of 48:00.80 minutes.