At the just concluded Caribbean Union of Teachers 17th Biennial Student Athletic Championships at the National Sports Centre in Bermuda July 13 – 15, 2018, a total of 11 records were broken with Trishanie Warner from St. Kitts breaking five of these.
She now holds the Girls 8-and-Under 800 metres, the 9-10 Girls 800 metres, the 11-12 Girls 800 metres, and the 13-14 Girls 800 metres.
Trishanie Warner is also the new record holder in the Girls 15-and-Over 800 metres with a new time of 2 minutes 20.76 seconds.
Bermuda’s Sancho Smith is the new record holder in the Under-15 Boys 800 metres with a time of 2 minutes 06.22 seconds, while Layla Haynes from Barbados is the new Girls 1000-metre record holder after clocking 3 minutes 08.47 seconds.
The new record holder in the Girls Under-15 500-gramme javelin throw is Bermuda’s Eleanor Richmond with a toss of 35.82 metres, while the new Girls Under-13 Girls 3-kilogramme shot putt record holder with a toss of 9.79 metres is Samiya Dell of Barbados.
Orlando Carrington from Guyana is the new Under-9 Boys 4-3/4oz cricket ball throw record holder with a throw of 44.75 metres, while Anthony Chin Jr from the Cayman Islands is the Boys Under-11 long jump record holder with a top leap of 4.70 metres.
Winning the 2018 CUT Games is Bermuda with 412 points, Barbados second with 384 points, and St. Kitts third with 244 points.