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Flow CARIFTA Games 2017: Day 3 Schedule

EZRA STUART, ezrastuart@nationnews.com

Added 16 April 2017


Rivaldo Leacock won bronze in the Under-20 boys' 400m hurdles. (Picture by Nigel Browne)

SCHEDULE for the final day of the 46th Flow CARIFTA Games on Monday, April 17, in Willemstad, Aruba.

9:00: Girls 100 Metre Hurdles Under-18 Semi-finals

9:20: Girls Long Jump Under-20 Final

9:24: Boys High Jump Under-20 Final

9:26: Girls Javelin Throw Under-18 Final

9:30: Boys 110-Metre Hurdles Under-18 Semi-finals

9:55: Boys 4x400 Metre Relay Under-18 Semi-finals


 15:00: Girls 100-Metre Hurdles Under-18 Final

15:05: Boys Discus Under-18 Final

15:10: Girls 100-Metre Hurdles Under-20 Final

15:15: Boys 110-Metre Hurdles Under-18 Final

15:25: Boys 110-Metre Hurdles Under-20 Final

15:30: Girls Triple Jump Under-18 Final

15:35: Girls High Jump Under-18 Final

15:40: Girls 200 Metres Under-18 Final

15:45: Boys 200 Metres Under-18 Final

15:50: Girls 200 Metres Under-20 Final

15:55: Boys 200 Metres Under-20 Final

16:10: Girls 800 Metres Under-18 Final

16:20: Boys 800 Metres Under-18 Final

16:30: Girls 800 Metres Under-20 Final

16:40: Boys 800 Metres Under-20 Final

16:45: Girls Javelin Under-20 Final

17:25: Boys 5000 Metres Under-20 Final

17:40: Boys Triple Jump Under-20 Final

17:45: Boys Shot Put Under-20 Final

17:55: Girls 4x400 Metre Relay Under-18 Final

18:05: Boys 4x400 Metre Relay Under-18 Final

18:15: Girls 4x400 Metre Relay Under-20 Final

18:25: Boys 4x400 Metre Relay Under-20 Final

19:15: Closing ceremony


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