After the 5000m: the 4x400m relays, the last event of the 2013 CARIFTA Games #carifta2013 #cariftalive
The rain has really started to come down on the Thomas A Robinson as the Under-20 boys continue to circle the track in the 5000m race at the 2013 CARIFTA Games.
Final bell rings in the Under-20 Boys 5000m.
The first of the four 4x400m relays are underway. #cariftalive #carifta2013
Ahead after the first lap is Bahamas, followed closely behind by Jamaica and British Virgin Islands in the Under-17 girls 4x400m relay at the 2013 CARIFTA Games.
Jamaica took the took the lead after the second lap, with the Bahamas in third.
The Bahamas is chasing down British Virgin Islands to pull ahead for second.
Approaching the final stretch in the pouring rain, Jamaica is out front with a lead of about 20metres.
The British Virgin Island surged ahead of the Bahamas at the finish line to place second behind Jamaica in the Under-17 girls 4x400m relay at the 2013 CARIFTA Games.
Up next is the Under-17 Boys 4x400m relay.
And they are off: Competitors in the Under 17 Boys 4x400m relay at the 2013 CARIFTA Games.
The Bahamas is out front at the end of the first lap with Jamaica chasing.
Coming off the stagger, Jamaica is out front, ahead of the Bahamas and Barbados.
Barbados is gaining steam on the Bahamas as the runners enter the third leg of the race.
Jamaica has a good lead, however Denard Rolle of the Bahamas is making a push on the last stretch.
Bahamas ran down Jamaica on the transition to the final leg in the 4x400m relay.
On the back stretch, Jamaica pulled back in front, with the Bahamas holding behind.
Bahamas is making a final push and running down the Jamaican at the line.
The Bahamas wins ahead of Jamaica and Barbados.
The stadium is going wild at that hot race between Bahamas, Barbados and Jamaica in the Under-17 Boys 4x400m relay.
Up next, the Under-20 Girls 4x400m relay.
The Under-20 Girls 4x400m relay just started.
Jamaica is ahead on the final stretch with the Bahamas and Barbados following behind.
Off the stagger, Jamaica is out front with Bahamas and Barbados juggling for second.
Running on the inside is Barbados, approaching the final curve with Bahamas right beside.
Bahamas exchanged first going into the third lap, just ahead of Barbados. Jamaica has a 30m lead out front.
Barbados handed off first going into the final leg, ahead of Bahamas. Jamaica has opened up a sizable lead.
The Jamaican athlete looks relaxed coming onto the final stretch securing Jamaica's gold medal.
Barbados secures the silver with the Bahamas following in third for the bronze medal.