CARIFTA Games 2024 Medal Standings - Day 2

ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada — Jamaica, the defending champion, has maintained its dominant lead in the CARIFTA Games 2024, after Day 2 at the Kirani James Stadium. At the end of the competition on Sunday, 31 March, the Jamaican team has collected a total of 49 medals, including 24 gold, leaving its closest rival, the Bahamas, trailing with 25 medals.

The Jamaican athletes’ impressive performance also earned them 15 silver and 10 bronze medals, which kept them on track to match or top the 78 medals won last season

Out of the competing Caribbean nations, 17 have secured at least one medal, showing the depth and competitiveness of talent across the region.

Read more: Carifta Games 2024 Results: Day 2 Afternoon Session Finals-Only

Furthermore, athletes from nine countries have had the honor of standing at the top of the podium with gold medals shining around their necks.

The Bahamas sits comfortably in second place with 25 medals in total, including seven golds, nine silvers and nine bronze medals, while Guyana rounds out the top three, albeit with a significant gap, holding 5 medals in total, but four gold medals.

Trailing behind are Trinidad and Tobago, and Grenada, the host nation, which has gathered 15 and 9 medals, respectively.

CARIFTA Games 2024 Medal Standings – Day 2

RankCountryGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1JAMAICA24151049
2BAHAMAS79925
3GUYANA4015
4GUADELOUPE2013
5TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO16815
6GRENADA1449
7CAYMAN ISLANDS1113
8ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA1023
9BELIZE1012
10VIRGIN ISLAND (USA)0303
11SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS0033
12ARUBA0202
13BARBADOS0123
14MARTINIQUE0011
15TURKS AND CAICOS0011
16BERMUDA0011
17DOMINICA0011

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