Sabrina Dockery and Theianna Lee Terrelonge - Carifta Games 2024 medal standings

The latest Carifta Games 2024 medal standings after Day 1 are as follows. At the close of the first day’s competition at Kirani James Stadium in St. George’s, Grenada, on Saturday (30), defending champion Jamaica leads the standings with a total of 28 medals.

The regional powerhouse has already garnered 12 golds, nine silvers, and seven bronze medals, thus far positioning itself as the only nation with a double-digit medal tally heading into the second day of competition.

Meanwhile, Guyana, enjoying a highly productive day in the sprints on Day One, has collected three gold medals to date, while the Bahamas has secured two golds, contributing to a haul of seven medals overall in the standings.

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Cayman Islands, Guadeloupe, and Antigua and Barbuda have also clinched gold medals so far. Trinidad and Tobago, with a count of four silvers and three bronzes, has amassed a total of seven medals in the latest standings.

To date, a total of 14 countries have won at least one medal at the Carifta Games 2024.

Cayman Islands1102
Antigua and Barbuda1023
Trinidad and Tobago0437
Saint Kitts and Nevis0101
Turks and Caicos0011

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