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Jamaica's 4x100 Women's Team
Jamaica’s national senior female relay teams won two and were narrowly beaten in a third race the USA vs The World Series at the Penn Relays at Franklin Field on Saturday.

The Jamaican women retained their 4x100m title, added the 4x400m and just missed winning a third win but were beaten to the line in the 4x200m by the USA, losing by one seven hundreds of a second. Meanwhile the men were not as lucky, getting two second places in the 4x100m and 4x200, losing both times to the USA and were third in the 4x400m.

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Kingston College team exchanges baton in their race
Jamaican high school boys’ teams will have big boots to fill if they are to emulate their female counterparts on Saturday’s final day of the 121st Penn Relays Carnival at Franklin Field, Philadelphia.
Jamaican high school girls won three events on Saturday, Edwin Allen High girls won two events, the 4x100m and 4x400m while Holmwood Technical won the 4x800m.

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Calabar
The temperatures were cold but the action was hot on the track as the Jamaican high school boys dominated on the Saturday’s final day of competition at the 121st staging of the Penn Relays Carnival in Philadelphia.

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Edwin Allen 4x100 Relay Winning Team
Edwin Allen high retained their 4x100m/4x400m Championships of Americas double while Holmwood Technical won their ninth 4x800m on Friday at the 121st Penn Relays carnival at Franklin Field in Philadelphia.

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